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x150 Arrowleaf Balsamroot Seeds – balsamorhiza sagittata


Arrowleaf Balsamroot is a tough, draught hardy plant that also loves full sun but also tolerates partial shade. It is a native wild plant, often inhabiting vast open prairies that few other plants thrive as well in. The large taproot has a luscious balsam aroma, hence its name, and every part of the plant has been historically used medicinally or for food. The plants may take a few years to fully establish and may take 3 years to flower for the first time. They are a hardy but slow growing plant.

To establish Balsamroot, sew the seeds in early fall and allow them to stratify naturally over winter. They may require 2 to 3 months of stratification, so if you live in a warm climate without a prolonged freeze, artificially stratify in a fridge or freezer.

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Each seed lot has been portioned with 10-20% more seed than the advertised quantity, just to pad against potential miscount or infertility.
>> SEED LOTS will be mailed in a regular paper mailing envelope to save on shipping costs.

The photos on this listing are of the seeds you will receive and some of the plants that they came from. These are not stock photos.

We collect, clean, sort, count, and sell seed as a chance for others to propagate healthful, medicinal, and edible plants. We factor prices based on our time and resources, nothing more. We do not try to compete with wholesalers and re-sellers.

We STRONGLY encourage everyone to save seeds of their own! It’s practical, free, and addicting 🙂

Additional information

Weight .1 oz
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 2 in