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Doria inornata (Lunell) Lunell
Solidago inornata, is a rare North American plant species in the sunflower family. It is native to the states of Minnesota and North Dakota in the north-central United States. It was first described in 1911 from specimens collected near Pleasant Lake in Benson County.
Solidago inornata is a small perennial herb up to 10 cm (4 inches) tall. Leaves are lance-shaped. Flower heads are each about 3 mm high. Leaves are lance-shaped, firm and rigid. The plant produces only a few flower heads compared to other species of goldenrod, the heads borne in branching arrays at the tops of the stems..
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