Solidago virgaurea ssp. asiatica, a
perennial grown to 30-80cm in height, inhabits sunny parts of fields
and mountains. Radical leaves are gone in general when in flower;
the other leaves on stems are in the shape of an oval-like oblong of
7-9cm in length; the base is becoming narrow to connect to the
winged portion of the petioles. Flower heads, approximately 1.3cm
yellow, attach the branch tops in the way of scattered
inflorescence. Bloom time: August-November.