|Apocynum cannabinum in flower|
Apocynum cannabinum (commonly known as Indian hemp) is a species of plant. It is also known as Dogbane, Amy Root, Hemp Dogbane, Rheumatism Root, and Wild Cotton. It is native to all of North America. It blooms from June to August. This species is found in moist lowlands, near stream edges, and near pond edges. It likes to grow in sandy or gravelly soil. Its height is 1–4 feet.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Apocynum cannabinum at USDA PLANT Database
- Apocynum cannabinum at Kansas Wildflowers and Grasses Archived 2008-02-21 at the Wayback Machine
- Apocynum cannabinum at Evergreen Native Plant Database[permanent dead link]