About Wild Carolina Puccoon
The genus name means “stone seed,” referring to the very hard seeds.
Bright orange-yellow 1” flowers with five petals splayed outwards around a tubular base. Stems, with light white hairs, rise in groups of five above lance-shaped leaves. Flowers give way to very hard seeds. “Puccoon” indicates it was used as a dye. Minnesota native wild flower. Sherburne County, Minn., source.
Pot Size & Price
1 gal. pot