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 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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Mayapple Root

Scientific Name: Podophyllum peltatum
Common Name:  Mayapple
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Where To Plant: Wooded shady rich woodland
Soil Types: Average loamy soil

Perennial growing 1-2 feet high in moist woods and clearings, can grow in 100% shade to 50% shade, does best with 70% shade. Umbrella-like leaves that are waxy emerge in early April, and a white flower follows, April-May. An egg-shaped edible fruit occurs after flowering. Mayapple is used in medicine. Mayapple usually grows in patches in the wild and the early foliage is lush and attractive. Plant 2 inches deep in moist soil and mulch. Mayapple's wild range from Maine to Florida west to Texas.

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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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