Often forms large colonies in the wild. Will self-seed under optimum growing conditions. As with many of the early spring wildflowers, Mayapple goes dormant in summer.Common name:
1.00 to 1.50 feetDifficulty level:
easy to growPlanting & Care
Mayapples can either be grown from Rhizomes or from seeds. If growing from Rhizomes bury them about 3 cm deep. The seeds should be fresh and sown into flats, under glass, in a shaded part of the garden in august or September.
Seeds can take from one to six months to germinate. Once you see seedlings let them grow for a year; transplant to individual pots and allow the Mayapple to grow for a further year, then transplant into the garden in spring or autumn.Sunlight:
Part shade to full shadeSoil:
well-drained soil Water:
Apply any organic fertilizerCare:
- The ground that Podophyllum plants grow in should be mulched in spring (wood chips) and autumn (leaf mild) to protect the plant.
- As they like a moist soil they should be watered frequently.
- If you require more plants then they can be propagated by division once the plant has finished flowering.
- Long history of medicinal use.
- Mayapple, or Podophyllum peltatum, is a flowering perennial plant.
- It s also called American mandrake, wild mandrake, and ground lemon.
- the poisonous leaves and roots in water to make a liquid insecticide for their crops.
- May-apple has culinary uses, too.
- Mayapple, Indian apple, Wild mandrake, Pomme de mai, Podophylle pelt.
- Use Ornamental: Sometimes cultivated in woodland gardens.
please consult appropriate doctor / physian befor use
Thursday, 17 October 2019
i am very excited on seeing a live plant online.
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