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Golden Seal Plant Plants

Sale price$49.99

Quantity 25 Plants

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Brittany Carr
Nice golden seal

This plant was packaged very well, and I received it fast. Delighted with my purchase.

It grows freely in the wild and is concentrated in eastern North America, especially south of Georgia, west of Alabama, Minnesota, and Arkansas.

It grows well in well-drained, rich soil containing humus. It cannot perform well in clay soil that holds water for a long time.

Golden Seal Plant Needs Lots Of Shade

Another noted requirement when growing is to ensure enough shade cover because it doesn’t require too much light. The shade cover should be between 75 to 80 percent to prevent direct sunlight. In addition, after planting, ensure you do mulching to minimize too much moisture loss.

If Planted By Seed Golden Seal Plant Takes 6 Years To Mature

These can be set out in three ways: seeds, roots, or rhizomes. It will take the seedling close to 2 years to germinate and close to 6 years to reach maturity. Ours is fully matured.

Seedlings grown from propagation from the root or rhizome take less than four years to reach maturity. Golden Seal plants require much care when germinating and should be given close attention.

Harvesting Golden Seal Plant

Harvesting it requires carefully digging up the root using a shovel and rinsing it with clean water. After harvesting, leave it in the sun to dry before storing it because if you keep it fresh, it will grow molds.

It is from the buttercup family and has a yellow underground rhizome that contains a yellow sap used for medicinal purposes. It thrives well during spring and produces two large hairy leaves with 5 to 7 lobes.