I love green gold because it provides an excellent filler for arrangements. It adds structure, height, and and elegance with its tiny yellow flowers. I always find the width and branch habit of green gold to be helpful in the process of bouqueting. It is the first flower I pick up, and I work in all the other flowers around it.
Green gold can be planted in the fall. It overwinters along with other flowers such as bachelor's buttons, larkspur, and nigella. It is great to have green gold as one of the first flowers to bouquet with in the spring. And don't forget- it also dries well!