Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense) keeps its foliage throughout the season and does not go dormant, so it is a good species to plant among the spring ephemerals that do go dormant. Plant one foot apart to form a solid cover in two to three years.
1. Ginseng harvest season is from September 1st to December 31st annually. 2. The ginseng plant must have at least 3 prongs (stems) to be harvested. 3. A ginseng collector/digger must have landowner permission to hunt and harvest on private and public lands. 4. Collectors/diggers must keep accurate harvest records by county and collection date. 5. Collectors/diggers must immediately plant the seeds from collected plants at the place where the plants were collected.