What plant is that?

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Elm-leaved GoldenrodElm-leaved Goldenrod flower stalk
Elm-leaved Goldenrod flowers Elm-leaved Goldenrod leaves
Upper left photo: Peter Dziuk, via Minnesota Wildflowers,
https://www.minnesotawildflowers.info
Upper right and lower right: Katy Chayka, via Minnesota Wildflowers, https://www.minnesotawildflowers.info
Lower left: R. W.  Smith, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

The mystery plant for February is a perennial which grows to 1-3 feet tall.  The main stem is green and mostly glabrous. The leaves are alternate and grow to 3-4 inches long, 1-1.5 inches wide and are sharply toothed . The basal leaves are sometimes lacking.  The lower cauline leaves soon drop off  and the central stem produces a terminal panicle-like inflorescence.  The floral rays are bright yellow.

It’s. . .

Botanical Name:
 
Solidago ulmiflora
Common Name:
  Elm-leaved Goldenrod
Family:
  Asteraceae (Aster Family)
Habitat:
  Woods, Dry soil , Fields, Forest edges