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Black Cohosh, Actaea Racemosa is resistant to rabbits, deer and is incredibly fragrant

It requires moist/wet soil and has an average growth time. It is used to ward off pests and create contrast in gardens. Black Cohosh is green and bushy at the bottom, with long stems that candle into gorgeous white flowers. Black Cohosh is also known as Actaea racemosa in the scientific world. They tend to thrive best in hardy planting zones 3-8. It is native to the eastern parts of the United States. Typically it can be seen growing in small woodland openings. They are perennials that will grow each year. The Black Cohosh is a fast-growing perennial and will thrive in various soil types; This flower will be beautiful in gardens and natural areas around a home; It will add lots of life and character to all gardens. It will also do great in the regions that have a lot of rainfall.

Black Cohosh, Actaea Racemosa Is a Fast Growing Perennial and Thrives in Various Soil Types 

The flowers on this plant will not have petals. They tend to appear like a tight cluster of 55-100 white stamens surround a white stigma. It can grow well in full sunlight, fully shaded areas, and partially shaded areas. It is very versatile when it comes to soils and will do well in most types. This flower will look great in flower gardens and a very natural look in natural areas. It will give a beautiful bloom and resemble tiny white pearls; This will add a unique touch when growing and adding a great shade of green. Not only will this plant look great in the garden, but it also has lots of medicinal uses that Native Americans often used; they believed that the extract of the plant has analgesic properties, as well as sedative and anti-inflammatory properties.

 Black cohosh requires consistently moist soil to thrive. However, it is important not to overwater or allow the soil to become waterlogged, as the plant may be prone to root rot and other diseases. Be sure to plant black cohosh in well-draining soil or an elevated area, such as a raised bed.

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Hardy Planting Zone: USDA Hardiness Zones 3 - 8

Mature Height: 48-72" tall (4-6 feet), 24-48" wide

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Black Cohosh-Actaea racemosa Hardy Planting Zones- 3-8 Sun or Shade ??Partial Shade Mature Height - 5-8' Mature Width- 2-4' Bloom Season ??Summer Gardener Status- Beginner
Planting Zones 3-8
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Black Cohosh

    I never had a hard time taking care of this plant. It grows well in my yard without experiencing any signs of dryness and too much moisture.

  • 5

    I love having this around my house. Helps with sickness

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