Xanthorhiza simplicissimaA deciduous woody groundcover spreading by underground stems, primarily grown for its bright green foliage. The genus name is derived from greek – xanthos = yellow, rhiza = root, named for the bright yellow color of the roots.
|Habit:||Spreading, suckering, flat-topped groundcover with vertical stems, dense|
|Color:||Bright green turning to medium green|
|Hardiness:||Zone 5b USDA|
|Habitat:||New York – Florida – Texas - Kentucky|