Herb Root Catalog

 Some of Our Herb Roots:

  Black Cohosh

  Blue Flag - Out


  Cardinal Flower

  Ginger, Wild


  Indian Pink

  Jack-in-the-Pulpit - Out

  Mallow, Swamp Pink - Out

  Mallow, Swamp White - Out


  Orris root

  Passion Flower

  Solomon's Seal

  Solomon's Seal False

  Solomon's Seal Variegated - Out

  Sweet Flag

  Trillium, White

  Turtlehead, White
  Yellow Flag

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Wild Ginger Root

Scientific Name: Asarum canadenseGinger Wild
Common Name:  Wild Ginger
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A creeping perennial about 6 inches high can be used as ground cover. Wild ginger does well in moist areas, it likes moisture and can tolerate damp soil almost as well as wild geranium. Its leaves are heart shaped and its flowers are maroon. Although small, they are quite pretty with urn shaped blooming April-May. The root is aromatic and smells like ginger, its roots were used by American Indians for medicinal purposes and is still used somewhat today. Its range is rich woods from Canada to South Carolina and west to Okalahoma. Plant roots 1-2 inches deep and mulch.

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Any statement made concerning medical conditions treated with this herb is not intended as sound medical advice. The seeds are NOT to be ingested only planted. Herbs need to taken only with the guidance of a trained physician or established herblist.


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