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Blue Cohosh Plants

Sale price$49.99

Quantity 25 Plants

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Luke Young

This gave my garden an amazingly natural look. I am looking forward to what else I can find.

Wade Bedwell
Blue Cohosh

They have beautiful blooms. They look great where I planted them.

Sara Jennings
Blue Cohosh

The shipping was fast and the packaging was great.

Shirley Scott

Beautiful flowers in the wind.

The Blue Cohosh grows abundantly in the eastern region of the United States, where it receives tons of nourishing rain and can be slightly shaded by dense forests. Its distinctive quality is the azure fruit, which it produces in upright clusters during summer.

Blue Cohosh Is A Member Of The Barberry Family

A member of the Barberry family, it was commonly called Squaw Root by Native Americans of the past. This perennial will grow in all sorts of conditions. You can opt for planting a hedge of Blue Cohosh plants, or you can opt for planting an individual flower in a single pot.

Blue Cohosh Has Stunning Azure-Green Foliage 

This wildflower boasts widespread azure-green foliage that helps dominate any landscape. As spring approaches in early April, this highly desirable type will produce clusters of yellow flowers at branching "Y"s of its stem. Each flower is about half an inch in diameter and has six-pointed sepals.

Blue Cohosh Produces Golden Yellow Blooms

This creeping rootstock will eventually give away its beautiful clusters of yellow flowers in exchange for its berry-like azure fruit. These deep-colored berries will attract a wide variety of wildlife, including birds and even gray squirrels. As the days shorten in the late fall, this perennial's azure-green foliage will transition to a bright greenish-gold hue.

Blue Cohosh Is Hardy To Many Climates 

Blue Cohosh is tolerant of various climates, and its distinctive accents allow it to create necessary contrasts when put with other species. Its large rootstock will produce the required shade for other garden flowers to flourish. This long-lived type is needed for the garden, landscape design, or bordering walkways.