Solidago kralii, common name Kral's godenrod, is a plant species first described as a new species in 2003. It is found on sandy hills in oak-pine woodlands of Georgia and South Carolina. It is an herb up to 110 cm tall, with dense resin hairs on the leaves.
- Semple, Sida. 20: 1606, figs. 1–11. 2003.
- Flora of North America, vol 20, p 116.
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