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Madder Rubia tinctorum
Climbing evergreen perennial native to the Mediterranean and southern Europe. Hardy to -5 degrees F. The plant is a classic element of the Medieval garden, completely unique, wending its way along the ground or draping on fence or trellis. The yellow, star-like flowers are produced in the second year after which the roots may be dug. Madder root contains the anthraquinone pigment alizarin, which is responsible for its popularity as a fine red dyeplant (The English “red coats” owed their visability to this plant!).
Certified organic, 20 seeds/pktPhoto by H. Zell
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- Grow on a Trellis
- Requires Summer Water
- Useful in Dye Making
Shipping Weight: 0.01 lb
Dimensions: 5"L x 2.625"W x 0.1"H