There are many names of Bloodroot (Sanguinaria Canadensis). It’s native to Eastern and central North America. Moreover, People use this plant to make medicine.
Alternative names of Bloodroot
Scientific name: Sanguinaria canadensis .
Common names: It has common names such as Bloodroot, Canada puccoon, bloodwort, redroot, red puccoon, pauson, tetterwort
|Flower||They have really showy flowers.|
|Domain||They are Eukaryotes.|
|Bloom Time||During March to April|
|Flower color||Flowers are found in particular, White or pink-tinged|
|Seeds||Seeds are brown in color.|
|Plant type||Generally these are Herbaceous perennial|
|Evergreen||Yes, It is evergreen.|
|Leaf||The colour of the leaf is whitish-green.|
|Attracts||It attracts all kinds of bees, ants, native bees and flies,|
Bloodroot plant care
|Water||Do not overwater.|
|Sun||Part shade to full shade is suitable to plant.|
|Maintenance||Medium level of care is good for the plant.|
|pH||6.8-7.2, Acid, Alkaline, Neutral are the suitable pH levels of soil.|
|Drainage||Soil needs to be well-drained.|
|Description||The most suitable condition is Moist to mesic, well-drained as well as humus-rich soils.|
|Moisture||Moist or wet soil is suitable.|
|Type||Clay, as well as loamy soils, are best.|
|Origin/native||It is native to Eastern and central North America.|
How to care for the Bloodroot plant?
It can grow in full sun, but is more often found in semi-shaded although light-wooded areas with moist and acidic soil.
It needs regular water or at least twice a week.
Bloodroot prefers a rich moist soil that is well-drained with high organic matter content. However, moisture is important throughout the growing season
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