Seaside goldenrod is a common marsh plant, important for pollinators such as Monarchs as they migrate down to Mexico. Credit: Steve Droter

“My favorite wetland plant would be seaside goldenrod. You see it everywhere,” says Simmons. “It’s color in a sea of green. These flecks of yellow add to the landscape and helps create that picturesque scene that we’re so grateful to have.”

Seaside goldenrod is a common marsh plant, important for pollinators such as Monarchs as they migrate down to Mexico. Credit: Steve Droter

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