Fern-leaved Biscuitroot (Lomatium dissectum) Seed Packet WW

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Yet another lovely wildflower with numerous medicinal applications - used extensively by Native Americans for traditional medicine and currently also by herbalists and naturopaths. Besides offering health benefits, this plant is a lovely and interesting addition to your outdoor space. A basal mound of feathery, fern-like leaves sprout early in the spring lending a bright-green airiness to your garden. Soon after, showy, tall flower stalks emerge and culminate in large umbels suggestive of burgundy fireworks. It’s an important resource for early season pollinators. Because it grows and flowers earlier in the season, it also goes dormant earlier. So it is best planted with other perennials or annuals that will remain green after this plant goes dormant. Considered drought tolerant.

  • Family: Apiaceae
  • Height: foilage 1-2 ft, flower stalks 3 ft (+)
  • Annual/Perennial: perennial
  • Sun/Shade: full sun to partial shade
  • Bloom time: March-May
  • Zones: 5-9 Habitat: a variety of habitats but usually found in open, drier sites. Stratification: 8-12 weeks

*CONSULT A PROFESSIONAL FOR MEDICAL USE. NEVER CONSUME PLANTS WITHOUT PROPER ID*

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