Veronicastrum virginicum (Black Root)

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Leftandeia Virginica (Black Root) It is perennial, with a simple, straight, smooth, herbaceous stem, and grows from three to four or five feet in height.  The leaves are short petioled, whorled in fours to sevens, lanceolate, acuminnate, and finely serrated.  The flowers are white, nearly sessile, and very numerous.  Calyx four-parted corolla small and nearly white; stamens, two.  The fruit is a many-seeded capsule.

  • English
  • Beaumont’s Root
    Black Root
    Bowman’s Root
    Culver’s root
    culver’s-root
    Blackroot
    Bowman’s-root
    Tall-speedwell
    Virginia Culver’s root
    Tall speedwell

  • French
  • véronique de Virginie

  • Swedish
  • Kransveronika

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