Flip pages >>

Black Snakeroot

BLACK SNAKEROOT or BUGBANE
Cimicifuga racemosa Crowfoot  Family  Ranunculaceae
May - June Common
Description: From 3 to 8 feet tall. Leaves are divided into groups of 3 toothed pointed segments. Flowering stalk may reach 3 feet tall with clusters of white, petals and sepals fall early leaving bushy tufts of stamens. Also known as Black Cohosh

Location: Rich woods, wooded roadside banks
 
 
Black Snakeroot
Black Snakeroot

WILD FLOWERS  |  FLOWER INDEX  |  FAMILY INDEX  | FLOWERING SHRUBS & TREES  |   EMAIL  |  LINKS  |  INTRODUCTION
 
 
 

Copyright © 2001 by Jackie Milburn
site designed & created by: mtnwildflowers.com
varocksplus@hardynet.com

page 29