Green Horizons

Volume 4, Number 3
Autumn 1999

Sources of information on growing ginseng and goldenseal

American Ginseng
Write to: Missouri Department of Conservation,
P.O. Box 180, Jefferson City, MO 65102,
American Ginseng: Green Gold
Author: W. Scott Persons. Publisher: Bright Mountain Books, Inc., 138 Springside Rd., Asheville, NC 28803
(A good, very readable guide on ginseng production)
Advances in Goldenseal Production
Horticulture Information Leaflets
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service

Sources of Goldenseal Seeds, Plants, or Roots No. 123,

Advances in Goldenseal Production No. 131,

Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA),
P.O. Box 3657, Fayetteville, AR 72702
Phone: 1-800-346-9140; Fax: (501) 442-9842
This agency makes information available to individuals about many topics dealing with life and technology in rural areas, including ginseng. Materials may be ordered from the toll free number.

Sources of ginseng and goldenseal seeds, roots, or plants

Beersheba Wildflower Gardens,
Stone Door Road,
Beersheba Springs, TN 37305.
Phone: (615) 692-3575
Companion Plants,
7247 No. Coolville Ridge Road,
Athens, OH 45701. Phone: (614) 592-4643
Fax: (614) 593-3092.
Condon Enterprises, Inc.,
4300 W. Stewart Ave.,
Wausau, WI 54401.
Phone: (715) 845-9489
Elixir Farm Botanicals,
Brixey, MO 65618.
Phone: (417) 261-2393.
(Small quantities, only)
Bill E. English,
American Ginseng Gardens,

440 Mtn. Meadow Lane,
Flag Pond, TN 37657.
Phone: (423) 743-3700 (evenings)
Dennis Lindberg,
Ozark Mountain Ginseng,

Rt. 1 Box 1223,
Thayer, MO 65791.
Phone: (417) 264-2448
Nature's Cathedral, Inc.,
1995 78th Street,
Blairstown, IA 52209.
Phone: 1-800-944-0687
Scott Persons,
Tuckasegee Valley Ginseng,

Box 236,
Tuckasegee, NC 28783.
Phone: (704) 293-5189