I usually have a selection of mandrake roots available. They are priced depending on size shape or age. Also bulk purchases will obviously reduce the price.
By far the most popular is the mandragora officinarum (white) or true mandrake and mandragora autumnalis (black) or autumn mandrake.
Mandragora Turcomanica, Fennish white mandrake, bryony and fennish black mandrake, tamus communis and American mandrake podophylum peltatum .I usually have examples of each in stock.
Planting the mandrake root
When you first get your root take care when you unwrap it .The roots are extremely brittle and can snap easily.
Make sure the mandrake root is planted in a pot that is big enough .Allow at least 50mm of compost at the bottom of the pot .It would be better to plant bigger roots in very deep pots .Hold the root so it is at the centre of the pot and the crown of the root is about 25mm below the top of the compost .Fill the pot up with compost and gently firm it down .If there is top growth make sure the leaves are just above the top of the compost but the top of the root is covered
Mandrake root watering
Pour on a small amount of water to consolidate the soil around the root but do not make the compost sopping wet.