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Xanthorhiza






XANTHORHIZA APIIFOLIA.--Yellow-root. Pennsylvania, 1776. A small growing

shrub, with yellow creeping roots, from which suckers are thrown up

profusely. The leaves are irregularly pinnate, and the minute flowers,

which are borne in large, branching spikes, are of a peculiar dark

purple colour. It prefers a cool, moist situation.






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