Black Cohosh

$799

Black Cohosh

$799

1-Year Warranty

Ships in 5-7 Days if you choose "Ship Now"

Safe to Plant - Now

In stock

Description Reviews

Black cohosh is a perennial plant native to eastern North America

Black cohosh perennials belong to the buttercup family and are known by several other names, including black snakeroot, bugbane, and rattleweed. The plant typically grows up to 8 feet in height and has large, divided leaves that are dark green.

Black cohosh has a vibrant white color to it.

The flowers are white or creamy-yellow and grow in tall, spiky clusters. The root of the plant is the most commonly used part for medicinal purposes and has a dark brown to black color, hence the name. Native Americans have traditionally used it to treat various conditions, including menstrual cramps, hot flashes, and arthritis.

Black Cohosh Flourish in Light.

It thrives in partial to full shade. Choose a location that receives shade for most of the day, with only a few hours of direct sunlight.

Soil: It prefers slightly acidic soil with good drainage. It thrives in rich soil, such as compost or leaf mold.

Water: It requires regular watering, especially during periods of drought. However, it should not be planted in areas prone to flooding.

Temperature: It is native to eastern North America and can grow in various temperatures. However, it prefers cooler temperatures and could be better suited to hot, humid climates.

Companion planting: It grows well with other shade-loving plants, such as ferns, hostas, and wild ginger. Avoid planting it with sun-loving plants that may compete for resources.

Choose a location that provides partial to full shade with well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Water regularly and avoid planting in areas prone to flooding. With the right conditions, it can grow into a beautiful and valuable addition to your garden.

It, also known as Squaw root, is a woodland perennial and yields tiny white flowers that bloom in the spring. Some plants have green or vibrant yellow flowers. The plant needs full shade and is ideal for zones 3-9 hardiness.


The plant also yields dark blue berries that ripen at the start of autumn. It is a beautiful border plant for patios, driveways, and walkways, but it also makes a lovely addition to your flower bed. Its leaves are a rich green hue that contrasts nicely against the lighter-colored flowers.

It looks great against flowers with vivid flowers and adds more shape and texture to the garden space. It also goes by Blue cohosh because it treats female reproductive and hormonal issues. The medicinal plant can help with bloating, night sweats, cramping, and hot flashes.

Native Americans initially used it for contraception, but in modern times, the plant is mainly used to maintain overall female health. Since it is a woodland plant, the soil should be clay, loam, or sandy.

However, the soil should be fertile and full of nutrients for black cohosh to thrive and yield flowers every spring. The plant is also somewhat tolerant to drought, but be sure to keep the soil moderately moist for best results. You can also use it as a natural insect repellent in your garden. Insects don't like the smell of the plant.

However, the Spring Azure butterfly is drawn to it, and this can make your garden a visually appealing and relaxing space. It's, known best for its medicinal purposes is part of the buttercup family. Its tall, billowy, flowered stems emit a sweet fragrance that attracts pollinators.

These statuesque perennials stand up to 7 feet tall. They are easy to care for and can withstand periods of dryness.

Customer Reviews

Be the first to write a review
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)