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"Solidago: A Golden Haven for London Pride & Gold

Background imageSolidago Collection: London Pride & Gold. Rod

London Pride & Gold. Rod
SAXIFRAGA URBIUM (LONDON PRIDE) and SOLIDAGO VIRGAUREA (GOLDEN ROD) depicted with various butterflies

Background imageSolidago Collection: Goldenrod meadows-Piegan, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Goldenrod meadows-Piegan, c1910. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Goldenrod meadows-Piegan, c1910. Two girls standing in a field of goldenrod

Background imageSolidago Collection: Field cuckoo bumblebee (Bombus campestris) feeding on Goldenrod (Solidago). Monmouthshire

Field cuckoo bumblebee (Bombus campestris) feeding on Goldenrod (Solidago). Monmouthshire, Wales, UK. September

Background imageSolidago Collection: Lesser paper wasp (Polistes dorsalis) on Goldenrod (Solidago sp)

Lesser paper wasp (Polistes dorsalis) on Goldenrod (Solidago sp)
Lesser paper wasp (Polistes dorsalis) on Goldenrod (Solidago sp.) flower, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Background imageSolidago Collection: European goldenrod, Solidago virgaurea

European goldenrod, Solidago virgaurea. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imageSolidago Collection: Wood ragwort, Senecio ovatus

Wood ragwort, Senecio ovatus. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imageSolidago Collection: Comfrey, Symphytum officinale, and savory

Comfrey, Symphytum officinale, and savory, Satureja subspicata. Handcoloured woodblock engraving of a botanical illustration from Adam Lonicers Krauterbuch, or Herbal, Frankfurt, 1557

Background imageSolidago Collection: Curtis British Entomology Plate 45

Curtis British Entomology Plate 45
Lepidoptera: Cucullia asteris (Starwort Shark) [Plant: Solidago virgaurea (Common Golden-rod)] Date: 1824-39

Background imageSolidago Collection: Sidesaddle Goldenrod, 1917. Creator: Mary Vaux Walcott

Sidesaddle Goldenrod, 1917. Creator: Mary Vaux Walcott
Sidesaddle Goldenrod, 1917

Background imageSolidago Collection: Solidago plant, X-ray

Solidago plant, X-ray

Background imageSolidago Collection: Heath bumblebee (Bombus jonellus) queen feeding on goldenrod flowers (Solidago), Monmouthshire

Heath bumblebee (Bombus jonellus) queen feeding on goldenrod flowers (Solidago), Monmouthshire, Wales, UK. September

Background imageSolidago Collection: Group of Hawthorn (Crataegus sp) with berries in late autumn under a cloudy sky, Millingerwaard

Group of Hawthorn (Crataegus sp) with berries in late autumn under a cloudy sky, Millingerwaard, gelderland, the Netherlands

Background imageSolidago Collection: Downy Woundwort, Stachys germanica

Downy Woundwort, Stachys germanica
Plate 83/11, illustration of Downy Woundwort from Deutschlands Flora (1841) by Jacob Sturm (1771-1848). Date: 1841

Background imageSolidago Collection: Illustration, Lycaenidae -- Hesperiidae

Illustration, Lycaenidae -- Hesperiidae -- Lycaena Virgaureae, Lycaena Phlaeas, Thecla Rubi, Thecla Pruni, Zephyrus Betulae, Zephyrus Quercus, Spilothyrus Alcaea, Hesperia Alveus, Hesperia Malvae

Background imageSolidago Collection: Goldenrod botanical engraving 1843

Goldenrod botanical engraving 1843
A Flora of the State of New York by John Torrey Vol. 1 - Carroll and Cook Printers Albany, NY 1843

Background imageSolidago Collection: Autumn Bouquet- Asters, Cosmos, Gaillardia, Goldenrod in watering can. Mini gourds

Autumn Bouquet- Asters, Cosmos, Gaillardia, Goldenrod in watering can. Mini gourds, pumpkins, corn, Melampodium IL

Background imageSolidago Collection: Early morning on a misty morning on the Connecticut River in Lunenburg, Vermont

Early morning on a misty morning on the Connecticut River in Lunenburg, Vermont

Background imageSolidago Collection: Golden Rod (Solidago sp. )

Golden Rod (Solidago sp. )
Golden Rod (Solidago sp.) flowering in Summer

Background imageSolidago Collection: Goldenrod (Solidago Cloth of Gold )

Goldenrod (Solidago Cloth of Gold )
Goldenrod flowers (Solidago Cloth of Gold )

Background imageSolidago Collection: Old Estonian house, Folklore Park, near Tallinn, Estonia, Baltic States, Europe

Old Estonian house, Folklore Park, near Tallinn, Estonia, Baltic States, Europe

Background imageSolidago Collection: Solidago Virgaurea

Solidago Virgaurea
GOLDEN ROD

Background imageSolidago Collection: Solidago Virga-Aurea

Solidago Virga-Aurea
(var. genuina) COMMON GOLDEN-ROD


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"Solidago: A Golden Haven for London Pride & Gold. Rod" In the picturesque landscapes of Monmouthshire, a vibrant dance of nature unfolds as the field cuckoo bumblebee delicately feeds on the nectar-rich blossoms of the majestic goldenrod, Solidago. Its striking yellow flowers stand tall, attracting an array of fascinating creatures like the lesser paper wasp and its intricate patterns against this golden backdrop. Amongst these enchanting scenes lies European goldenrod, Solidago virgaurea, spreading its beauty with grace. Wood ragwort and comfrey join in this botanical symphony alongside savory herbs, creating a harmonious blend that entices both insects and admirers alike. As if frozen in time by Curtis British Entomology Plate 45's exquisite illustration, Sidesaddle Goldenrod from 1917 captures the essence of elegance within each delicate petal. Even an X-ray reveals the intricate structure beneath its surface—a testament to nature's remarkable craftsmanship. Witnessing such natural wonders is not limited to bees alone; even Heath bumblebee queens find solace amidst these radiant blooms in Monmouthshire. Their presence adds another layer of charm to this already mesmerizing tapestry. But let us not forget Downy Woundwort with Stachys germanica as it gracefully intertwines with Solidago—two species blending seamlessly together like brushstrokes on a canvas. This captivating sight becomes even more magical when accompanied by fluttering Lycaenidae and Hesperiidae butterflies illustrated so beautifully. Solidago stands as a symbol of resilience and beauty—a haven where London Pride meets gold rods reaching towards the sky. It invites us all to appreciate nature's artistry while reminding us that there is always something extraordinary hidden within every seemingly ordinary plant or creature we encounter along our journey through life.