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24” – 60”
Red Orange Yellow
Native to US:
Scientific Name: Lomatium dissectum
Fernleaf biscuitroot is a flowering plant in the carrot family that is native to the western United States. Most gardeners who plant this wildflower use it as an herb because of its medicinal and edible qualities. The leaves and shoots can be eaten raw or cooked, and they have a taste similar to parsley. In addition, the seeds produced by the plant can act as a great flavoring agent for various types of foods. Fernleaf biscuitroot is a perennial that can tolerate full sun to partial shade. It can grow up to 60 inches tall and produces small yellow flower clusters. Has low water requirements and is fairly drought tolerant. Typically blooms in the spring or summer.
Each wildflower seed packet contains approximately 100 seeds.