Solidago canadensis (Solidago canadensis) belongs to the Asteraceae (the Aster family). It is a perennial herb that is native to North America. This herb grows in abandoned farmlands, pastures, fields, thickets, prairies, waste areas and along roadsides, and up to a height of 120-150 cm. This leaves are alternate, narrow lanceolate, sharply-toothed and stalkless to short-stalked. The masses of tiny yellow flower-heads bloom in large branched terminal pyramidal panicles from August to October. They are attractive to bees and butterflies.