|'Golden Fleece' is an easy to grow clumping perennial with branching shoots, performing best in average soil (not too fertile) and full sun. Leaves are narrow and lance-shaped, up to 12" long. Fall flowers are golden yellow, held in 10" long open panicles. Grows to 18" tall and spreads 24". Contrary to popular belief, golden rod does not cause sinus problem, 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.