Rhodiola rosea is Dioecious – Male and Female Plants

Some people are confused as they have seen both yellow and red flowers. Rhodiola rosea has male and female plants and both start out with yellow flowers. The male flower eventually withers away, and after pollination the yellow female flower turns green – then orange – then red; and finally brown as the flower becomes a seed pod.

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