|'Goldenmosa' is an easy to grow bushy, compact perennial, which does best in average soil (not too fertile) and full sun. Leaves are wrinkled, narrow, and lance-shaped. Late summer to fall flowers are brilliant yellow, held in 12" long conical panicles resembling golden feathers. Grows to 30" tall and spreads 18". Contrary to popular belief, goldenrod does not cause sinus problems, rather another, less noticeable plant (ragweed) that blooms at the same time, is the culprit. Great with black-eyed susan, mexican sage or other salvias, autumn joy sedum and pennisetum.