What plant looks like goldenrod?
Herein, is ragweed and goldenrod the same plant?
Ragweed and goldenrod are not only different species, but they don't share the same genus or tribe, either; they are both part of the Asteraceae family, but so are sunflowers, daisies, artichokes, and over 23,000 other species of plants.
Subsequently, question is, what plant looks like ragweed? goldenrod
Secondly, what does the plant goldenrod look like?
Leaves on the goldenrod plant are smooth and have slightly jagged edges. Goldenrod stems are sturdy and do not branch out like some of their potentially toxic look-alikes. With the exception of white goldenrod, all the other species of this plant boast bright yellow flowers.
Can people be allergic to goldenrod?
Goldenrod does not cause seasonal allergies. The most likely cause of your allergies is ragweed pollen. Ragweed is a rather insignificant-looking weed that blooms at the same time as goldenrod.