Out of Stock until Spring 2022

Hydrastis canadensis

Listed as a vulnerable species in Pennsylvania, the Goldenseal, is a woodland perennial native to Eastern North America. This unique plant has one large, palmately lobed basal leaf. The flower stalk, which usually contains two additional leaves, is topped by a white to greenish-white, single flower. Flowers are cross-pollinated by small native bees. A single tight cluster of red berries soon follows. Birds or small mammals may eat the berries and help distribute its seeds. This would make a great addition to a woodland or shade garden.

Sun Exposure

Part to Full Shade

Bloom Time

May to June

Soil Moisture

Moist to Medium

Plant Height

12 Inches


Small Native Bees

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