Traditional and only source of lightfast blue dye in Europe before indigo began to be imported. Harvest dye-producing leaves during the plant’s first season when it forms a leafy rosette close to the ground.

Woad dye is being investigated as a possible biodegradable alternative for inkjet print cartridges.

Will bolt the second year sending up a fragrant spike of tiny yellow flowers. The 36–60" taproot makes the plant hard to eradicate once established. Considered a noxious weed in several western states. Biennial. Entire websites are devoted to its control and destruction! Also known as asp of Jerusalem.

Pot Size & Price
6 plants in a pack
Sunlight Exposure
Full Sun
Plant Traits
New This Year
Stock Notes
Restocks On Saturday