Sandy: This is the second time I had to draw goldenrod and both times were hopeless. I doubt if my right hand could do it justice either. The bush-like stalks have vibrant yellow orange – goldenrod – color of tiny petals that form small clusters of flowers, creating golden splayed fingers of flowers. In the center of each flower are miniature petals surrounding long trumpet-like filaments that extend out.
(After cutting cooked meat (chicken, beef, lamb) with a dinner knife, I finally entrusted my left hand with a sharp knife to cut mushrooms then chopped an onion. Yay! fingers still intact. I did not dare cut the ciabatta for fear of drawing blood, plus it would be a shame to waste perfectly good garlic bread.)