Coltsfoot exists as a low groundcover and spreads itself very efficiently using it’s creeping scaly rhizome.
Coltsfoot leaves can be eaten and are high in zinc, but it is predominantly for it’s cattarrh relieving properties.
We have used the dried leaves as a smoke to stop an asthma attack and we find that it works as well, if not faster than a tincture.
It has been declared a weed in some states, so it is best to check first.
Tubestock potted plant. (Seasonal Only)