02. Where in the World habitat and range for Blue Cohosh Blue Cohosh is found in hardwood forests of... Blooms April to May The small flowers of Blue Cohosh are not very noticeable, even in the sparse... The flowers of this species of Blue Cohosh are blooming before the leaves open. Flowers. The distinctive dark purple flowers. This species of Blue Cohosh blooms before the leaves are... Closer view of a flower. Blue Cohosh is a natural contraceptive used by native americans Blue Cohosh KSF April 17, 2008 Flowers. Copyright © 2005, Steven Wayne Rotsch _MG_9893 Blue Cohosh.jpg Ordering info 5x7 print - $15.00 8x10... Larger Image of Lucky Mojo Blue Cohosh Herb Pack Order Magic Spell Ingredients from Lucky Mojo Curio... The distinctive greenish flowers of Caulophyllum thalictroides . Early May. Caulophyllum thalictroides Blue Cohosh Root Wild Crafted Cut & Sifted a. quick look information at a... Leaves when they're still rather dark, as they unfurl. Later in the season they turn green. Last year's fruit in early May. A nice sideways view of a flower. Leaf. Blue Cohosh - Blue Cohosh has a very dark blue almost purple hue with a very small, yellow flower.... Back to Species Page Research Back to NYMF Table of Contents How to Use the Encyclopedia Glossary... Leaf. Blue Cohosh , like Black Cohosh (Black Snake Root) , is widely believed to Protect Objects and... Copyright © 2005, Steven Wayne Rotsch _MG_9898 Blue Cohosh.jpg Ordering info 5x7 print - $15.00 8x10... A nice sideways view of a flower. Overall plant. In this species the flowers are in bloom at the same time that the leaves are fully... Caulophyllum thalictroides (Berberidaceae) - This plant was used by native-american women for easing... Caulophyllum thalictroides (Berberidaceae) - This plant was used by native-american women for easing... Blue Cohosh Features Small, yellow-green to brown, six-pointed flowers (not showy), followed by deep... Larger Image of Lucky Mojo Blue Cohosh Herb Pack Order Magic Spell Ingredients from Lucky Mojo Curio... Leaves just unfurling. The blue berries (not edible).