Asarum canadense / Wild Ginger


A heart-leaved groundcover that spreads via ginger-flavored rhizomes. Its foliage is lush and iridescent, lending a tropical quality to a thick patch of the herb. Prefers shade and rich moist soil. Sometimes used as a spice, or candied. Alternate food plant for pipevine swallowtail caterpillars.

Height: <1′  Blooms: April – May

Habitat: Moist shade


Additional information


Quart, Bare Root