Arrowleaf Balsamroot

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A long-lived, drought tolerant , broadleaf with sunflower-like blossoms that can be found throughout colder, dry areas of the western United States, most abundantly in mountain areas up to 9,000 ft. Blooms May – July. The leaf blades are arrow-shaped, and fuzzy on the top side. It has a large taproot that can be cooked and eaten. Nearly all parts of this plant were used as food by Native Americans. Slow to establish and fall seeding is recommended.

Latin Name

Balsamhoriza sagittata

Origin

Native

Life Span

Annual

Season

Warm

Forage

Good for sheep

Seeds Per Pound

55,000

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