Ships in fall.
): Grows 1 to 2' with toothed leaves, small green/white flowers and bright red berries in early summer. Requires north slope in a dense deciduous forest. Grows well with goldenseal and other native woodland plants as companions. Roots are planted in the fall and can be harvested after the 4th to 7th year. Medicinal: Used traditionally as a "cure all" herb. It is known to enhance physical health due to its ability to help the body adapt to stress. Please read more about this herb before using it medicinally. Sustainably grown roots. 10 roots
Comes with our ginseng growing guide, also available here as a pdf
Ginseng is on the Appendix 2 list of the CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species). It is also on the United Plant Savers primary list. Wild stands of these plants are disappearing from the woods of N. America. Whenever we plant these native plants in our woodlands we help ensure their long-term survival. Planting instructions included.