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About Wild Bloodroot

Emerges in early spring with the leaf curled around the flower stem, soon unfurling as the flower blooms. Each stem has one distinctive, deeply scalloped 5–9” leaf and a 2” white flower with a yellow center. The flowers close at night, and last a day or two.

About Bloodroot

Nice as a group in a woodland setting. Disappears in midsummer, returning next spring. The red sap in the stem and roots is used as a dye, originally by many Native American peoples, and gives the plant its name. Polk County, Wis., source. There's more bloodroot in Unusual & Rare Plants.

Pot Size & Price
4.5-in. pot
Sunlight Exposure
Partial Sun shade
Plant Traits
Minnesota Native
Stock Notes
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