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Three Medicinal Roots to Harvest in the Fall. Yellow dock has the “crisp” leaves with curly edges. In fall their tall greenish inconspicuous flower stalks turn a reddish brown and so flag our attention. First year plants don’t make flower stalks. If in doubt, dig it. (Sorry.) But, a little bit of a dig will reveal its yellow-orange roots which is confirming. At times, I have been a bit confused but the yellow-orange roots are a give-away.

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