Blue Cohosh is an effective medicinal and has sadly been over harvested from the wild. This woodland native needs preservation.

I would recommend starting with one plant as it can be tricky to grow. It likes rich, woodland shade, and really loves to grow with other native woodland medicinals like Goldenseal, Bloodroot, and Black Cohosh as well as ferns and Solomon’s Seals.

Blue Cohosh is a dramatic and weird plant! In spring, it arises early and goes through a riot of shapes and shoots – pruples, greys, yellows, and finally attractive blue-green leaves. I love planting it with plants like Yellowroot and Stoneroot, which also get similarly weird and dramatic flowers!

All of our plants and seedlings are grown organically and are timed size-wise and transplanted for optional growth and production.