Bowmans Root (Gillenia trifoliata) potted plant, organic
Family: Rose (Rosaceae)
Hardy to Zone 4 to 9
(Indian Physic) Herbaceous perennial, perfectly cold-hardy, native to the deciduous forests of southeast through southern US. Traditional usage: Native Americans used as an emetic as per Ipecacuanha and for treating indigestion, colds asthma and hepatitis. Horticulturally exciting due to its low, mounding shape, multiple starry flowers white with reddish highlights, reddish fall foliage and relative rarity. Plant prefers part shade and forest soils, but will tolerate sunny borders and dryish soils.
Potted plant, certified organically grown