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Lamiaceae
The Mint Family
Plantae
This is a large plant family of mostly shrubs and herbs, distributed all over the world. It includes many well-known herbs (Mint, Sage, Thyme, Basil), ornamental plants (Coleus, Leonotis) and weeds (Henbit, Ground Ivy, Self-Heal).

Square stems
Leaves in pairs up the stem
Flowers in circles round the stem
Flowers with hood at the top and lip at the bottom
Aromatic foliage

but are not trees


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Lamiaceae, The Mint Family
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Scientific Family name.
Hint: Usually ends in "acea"
Full Family List


The Family Lamiaceae
belongs to the Order of Lamiales



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Lamiaceae
Lamiales
Lamiales
Tounge Order (Mints)
Euasterids I
Euasterids I
Real Stars Group One
Asteridae
Asteridae
Class of Stars (Daisies)
Core Eudicots
Core Eudicots
Main, Real, Two First-Leaves (Dicots)
Eudicots
Eudicots
Real, Two First-Leaves (Dicots)
Mesangiospermae
Mesangiospermae
Half Capsule Seed Division
Magnoliophyta
Magnoliophyta
Magnolia Division
Spermatophytes
Spermatophytes
Seed Plants
Euphyllophytina
Real Land Plants
Polysporangiates
Multiple Spore Sub-Kingdom
Stomatophytes
Stomatophytes
Air Pores Sub-Kingdom
Embryophytes
Embryophytes
Multicellular Land Plants
Streptobionta
Streptobionta
Multicellular Plants
Plantae
Plantae
Plants
Eukaryota
Eukaryota
Cells with a Nucleus
Species Number Not Set
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Indian Coleus
  Indian Coleus April 15, 2014
intestinal disturbance and liver fatigue, respiratory disorders, heart diseases and certain central nervous system disorders contains rosmarinic acid, flavonoid glucuronides and diterpenoids. produces forskolin Forskolin may be helpful in controlling the underlying cause of glaucoma [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forskolin[[]] Pickle the roots used for toilet paper sometimes confused with the native plant with similar properties but different uses, boldo. Indian Coleus
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Whorled Plectranthus
  Whorled Plectranthus April 14, 2014
Whorled Plectranthus
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Coleus
  Coleus April 14, 2014
Coleus
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bgirmann
Obedient Plant
  Obedient Plant August 22, 2013
Obedient Plant
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forager
Self-Heal
  Self-Heal July 21, 2012
wounds, ulcers, sores Self-Heal
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forager
Orange Salvia
  Orange Salvia July 16, 2012
Orange Salvia
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forager
Spearmint
  Spearmint July 16, 2012
Spearmint
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forager
forager
Spotted Mint
  Spotted Mint July 16, 2012
Spotted Mint
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forager
Tall Mint
  Tall Mint July 16, 2012
Tall Mint
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forager
Russian sage
  Russian sage June 16, 2012
Popular cultivar 'Blue Spire', which has darker blue flowers, may actually be a hybrid of P. atriplicifolia and P. abrotanoides, although it is typically marketed as P. atriplicifolia. the flowers are eaten fresh the leaves are smoked like tobacco for its euphoriant properties. Russian sage
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CarolMack
CarolMack
Clary Sage
  Clary Sage May 30, 2012
Clary Sage
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chipmunkridge
chipmunkridge
Horsemint
  Horsemint July 23, 2011
Horsemint
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chipmunkridge
Wild Bergamot
  Wild Bergamot July 23, 2011
Wild Bergamot
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chipmunkridge
Wild Bergamot
  Wild Bergamot July 23, 2011
Wild Bergamot
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jesshemeter
Grape like bud spikes turning to small blue flowers
  Grape like bud spikes turning to small blue flowers April 27, 2011
Grape like bud spikes turning to small blue flowers
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manicgardener
Coleus
  Coleus March 03, 2011
Coleus
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tktikara
tktikara
Dotted Horsemint
  Dotted Horsemint September 30, 2010
Grows 3 to 4 ft tall. Can contain anywhere from 2-7 heads per stem. It grows on road shoulders, in old fields and thin woods, and in disturbed areas. It is partial to sandy soils. More information can be attained here- [[]]http://www.floridata.com/ref/m/mona_pun.cfm[[]] Dotted Horsemint
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sebastian23
Ocimum Tenuiflorum- Sweet Holy Basil/Tulsi - White discoloration
  Ocimum Tenuiflorum- Sweet Holy Basil/Tulsi - White discoloration July 22, 2010
It may be a product of over watering. I can produce closeups if necessary. Please help me save my baby! Ocimum Tenuiflorum- Sweet Holy Basil/Tulsi - White discoloration
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sebastian23
Ocimum tenuiflorum  -  Sweet Holy Basil - Tulsi
  Ocimum tenuiflorum - Sweet Holy Basil - Tulsi July 22, 2010
This photo was taken by the caretaker of the plant, and I can ask for closeups if necessary. Ocimum tenuiflorum  -  Sweet Holy Basil - Tulsi
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sebastian23
sebastian23
Ocimum tenuiflorum  -  Sweet Holy Basil - Tulsi
  Ocimum tenuiflorum - Sweet Holy Basil - Tulsi July 22, 2010
This photo was taken by the caretaker of the plant, and I can ask for closeups if necessary. Ocimum tenuiflorum  -  Sweet Holy Basil - Tulsi
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Thunder
Thunder
Sweet Basil
  Sweet Basil July 15, 2010
Medicinal Uses: Basil has been occasionally used for mild nervous disorders and for the alleviation of wandering rheumatic pains- the dried leaves, in the form of snuff, are said to be a cure for nervous headaches. An infusion of the green herb in boiling water is good for all obstructions of the internal organs, arrests vomiting, and allays nausea. The seeds have been reckoned efficacious against the poison of serpents, both taken internally and laid upon the wound. They are also said to cure Sweet Basil
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Purple Salvia
  Purple Salvia June 16, 2010
Purple Salvia
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Heal All
  Heal All June 15, 2010
Prunella Vulgaris, or Heal All Plant, has been used for over 500 years for all kinds of wounds, open sores, inflammation, sore throats and most any kind of skin ailment. A cold water infusion of the freshly chopped or dried and powdered leaves is a very tasty and refreshing beverage, weak infusion of the plant is an excellent medicinal eye wash for sties and pinkeye. It is taken internally as a medicinal tea in the treatment of fevers, diarrhea, sore mouth and throat, internal bleeding, and weak Heal All
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Thunder
Spotted Bee Balm
  Spotted Bee Balm June 15, 2010
Native Americans made a tea from the leaves of spotted horsemint to treat flu, colds, and fever. It increases sweating. Essential oils from horsemint are high in thymol, which is an effective fungicide and bactericide and also used to expel hookworms. Medicinal Uses: Dotted horsemint was used by the Meskwaki to treat colds and catarrh in a mixture with the leaves of Ranunculus delphinifolius and the disk florets of Helenium autumnale. This plant, along with other plants were ground into a powde Spotted Bee Balm
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Thunder
White Sage
  White Sage June 14, 2010
Today the leaves and stems of Salvia apiana are gathered, dried, and used for smudging by many tribes around the country. The Chumash and other California Indian people are concerned about over-harvesting and disrespect of this plant for commercial purposes. Medicinal Uses: The Cahuilla, Costanoan, Diegeño, Kawaiisu, and Maidu tribes of California used white sage or chia seeds to clean and heal their eyes (Strike 1994). One method was to place a few Salvia seeds in their eyes at bedtime. White Sage
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Entheogen
Entheogen
Diviner's Sage
  Diviner's Sage June 11, 2010
Botanists have not determined whether Salvia divinorum is a cultigen or a hybrid; native plants reproduce vegetatively, rarely producing viable seed. Most of the plant's local common names allude to the Mazatec belief that the plant is an incarnation of the Virgin Mary, with its ritual use also invoking that relationship. More Entheogenic Plants: [[]]http://healthyhomegardening.com/Blog.php?pid=94[[]] Diviner's Sage
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Lavender Mint
  Lavender Mint June 10, 2010
Lavender Mint
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jrow
Green Coleus
  Green Coleus June 04, 2010
Green Coleus
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Thunder
Thunder
Purple Deadnettle
  Purple Deadnettle June 02, 2010
Evidence of red dead-nettle has been found in Bronze Age deposits, and it seems likely that this plant was introduced to Britain with early agriculture. Folklore: Believed by some old wives to be a plague of the fields sent to punish the unrighteous. The whole plant is astringent, diaphoretic, diuretic, purgative, and styptic. A decoction of the plant is particularly useful for checking any kind of hemorrhage; whilst the fresh bruised leaves can be applied to external cuts and wounds The dried Purple Deadnettle
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Spearmint
  Spearmint May 08, 2010
Spearmint
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Jessica0513
Spearmint
  Spearmint May 03, 2010
Spearmint
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Henbit
  Henbit April 16, 2010
Henbit Deadnettle is an edible mint. [[]]http://healthyhomegardening.com/Plant.php?pid=1051[[]] [[]]http://healthyhomegardening.com/Plant.php?pid=113[[]] Henbit
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gardengeek
Lemon Balm
  Lemon Balm October 12, 2009
Lemon Balm
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Blossom
Blossom
Scarlet Sage
  Scarlet Sage October 08, 2009
Scarlet Sage
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gardengeek
Mountain Monardella
  Mountain Monardella September 11, 2009
Mountain Coyote Mint or Mountain Pennyroyal Pennyroyal Tea. Mountain Monardella
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tobolonoble
False Nettle, AKA Giant Hyssop, Horsemint
  False Nettle, AKA Giant Hyssop, Horsemint September 06, 2009
False Nettle, AKA Giant Hyssop, Horsemint
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tobolonoble
Caryopteris (aka Bluebeard)
  Caryopteris (aka Bluebeard) August 14, 2009
Blueish/Silvery leaves with delicate blueish/purple flowers. Though VERY drought tolerant, giving it an occasional deep soaking during dry periods will keep the plant producing those colorful blue flowers. This perennial shrub-like plant will fill out to a full shrub appearance within one season of planting and is WONDERFUL where there is very little water in soil. A plant definitely to be considered in the Xeroscape yard designs. Caryopteris will return from cold winters Caryopteris (aka Bluebeard)
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Basil
  Basil August 14, 2009
Scientific studies have established that compounds in basil oil have potent antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-viral, and anti-microbial properties.In addition, basil has been shown to decrease the occurrence of platelet aggregation and experimental thrombus in mice. It is traditionally used for supplementary treatment of stress, asthma and diabetes in India. Basil, like other aromatic plants such as fennel and tarragon, contains estragole, a known carcinogen and teratogen in rats and mice. While h Basil
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Coleus
  Coleus August 06, 2009
Coleus
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Obedient Plant
  Obedient Plant August 06, 2009
Cultivars include: * 'Alba' - White flowers. * 'Crown of Snow' - White flowers * 'Pink Bouquet' - Rose pink flowers * 'Rosea' - Pink flowers. * 'Rosy Spire' - Lavender-pink flowers. * 'Summer Snow' - Pure white flowers. * 'Variegata' - Pink flowers, leaves green variegated with white * 'Vivid' - Bright pink flowers. Obedient Plant
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gardengeek
Red Salvia
  Red Salvia August 06, 2009
maybe "Scarlet King" Salvia splendens Red Salvia
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heidbenati
Swedish Ivy, Swedish Begonia, Creeping Charlie
  Swedish Ivy, Swedish Begonia, Creeping Charlie August 04, 2009
This plant is commonly grown as a house plant, however ours is growing on the yard... There is also the Plectranthus verticillatus (Swedish ivy) also considered a house plant in the family Lamiaceae (Labiatae), but native to South-east Africa. Swedish Ivy, Swedish Begonia, Creeping Charlie
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heidbenati
Basil - Manjericão
  Basil - Manjericão July 31, 2009
Basil (a mint, is a tender low-growing herb. Basil is a culinary herb prominently featured in Italian cuisine, and also plays a major role in the Southeast Asian cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. The plant tastes somewhat like anise, with a strong, pungent, sweet smell. There are many varieties of basil. That which is used in Italian food is typically called sweet basil, as opposed to Thai basil, lemon basil and holy basil, which are used in Asia. While most common varieties Basil - Manjericão
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lorincook
Summer Savory
  Summer Savory July 31, 2009
Annual Sun to Partial Shade Cultivation Sow seeds in spring, thinning to every six inches. Plants need a sunny location and look good in rock gardens. Uses Use summer savory to flavor beans, peas, pork, game and sausages. Finely chopped leaves can be added to soups and stews near the end of their cooking time. The herb makes a flavorful oil or vinegar. Medicinally, it is used as a tonic and digestive. Dried foliage and flowers are used in arrangements. Summer sav Summer Savory
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gardengeek
Bergamot Mint
  Bergamot Mint July 30, 2009
Looks like a member of the Valerianacea family Bergamot Mint
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lorincook
mammoth Leaf Basil (also called Large Leaf Basil)
  mammoth Leaf Basil (also called Large Leaf Basil) July 26, 2009
Family: Lamiaceae (lay-mee-AY-see-ee) (Info) Genus: Ocimum (OSS-ih-mum) (Info) Species: basilicum (bass-IL-ee-kum) (Info) Bloom Color: White/Near White Bloom Time: Mid Summer Late Summer/Early Fall USDA Hardiness Zone: 9 to 11 AHS Heat Zone: Not defined for this plant Light Range: Sun to Full Sun pH Range: 5.5 to 7 Soil Range: Sandy Loam to Clay Loam Water Range: Normal to Moist 'Mammoth' basil has monstrous leaves, and good flavor and aroma. Bush mammoth Leaf Basil (also called Large Leaf Basil)
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Blue Mint
  Blue Mint July 11, 2009
Scrophulariaceae? Lamiaceae? Blue Mint
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Bluebeard, Caryopteris
  Bluebeard, Caryopteris July 11, 2009
Caryopteris incana AKA: Blue Mist, Blue Spirea, Bluebeard Bluebeard was formerly placed in the Verbena family (Verbenaceae). The name Bluebeard comes from the fact that the bottom the five petals has specialized into a drooping frilled beard. he flower are pollinated by butterflies and bumblebees. The fruit is a four-valved capsule containing four seeds. Bluebeard, Caryopteris
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ladybug
common selfheal, heal-all, heart-of-the-earth
  common selfheal, heal-all, heart-of-the-earth July 10, 2009
common selfheal, heal-all, heart-of-the-earth
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Horsemint, Nettle-Leaf Giant Hyssop
  Horsemint, Nettle-Leaf Giant Hyssop July 09, 2009
The plant was used medicinally by several Native American groups, especially the leaves. The species name "urticifolia" refers to the fact that it looks very similar to stinging nettle. You can tell them apart by their stems. The mint has a square stem. Horsemint, Nettle-Leaf Giant Hyssop
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Catmint - Nepeta
  Catmint - Nepeta July 08, 2009
Nepeta cataria (Catnip, True Catnip, Catmint or Field Balm) is a 50100 cm tall herb resembling mint in appearance, with greyish-green leaves; the flowers are white, finely spotted with purple. It has been introduced to many countries, including the United States. A lemon-scented cultivar, N. cataria 'Citriodora', looks exactly like true catnip but has the scent of lemons and can be used like Lemon balm. Nepeta grandiflora (Giant Catmint or Caucasus Catmint) is lusher than true catnip and has Catmint - Nepeta
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Salvia Mint
  Salvia Mint July 08, 2009
Salvia Mint
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Catmint
  Catmint July 05, 2009
Catmint
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Unknown Purple Salvia Mint
  Unknown Purple Salvia Mint July 03, 2009
Unknown Purple Salvia Mint
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lorincook
Perilla (Shiso)
  Perilla (Shiso) June 16, 2009
Family: Lamiaceae (lay-mee-AY-see-ee) Genus: Perilla (per-IL-uh) Species: frutescens (froo-TESS-enz) Perilla, or Shiso, is a genus of annual herb that is a member of the mint family, Lamiaceae. In mild climates the plant reseeds itself. The most common species is Perilla frutescens var. japonica or shiso which is mainly grown in India and East Asia. There are both green-leafed and purple-leafed varieties which are generally recognized as separate species Perilla (Shiso)
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Lambs Ears Plant - Wooly Betony
  Lambs Ears Plant - Wooly Betony May 28, 2009
Lamb's Ears Plant grows from the center outward after it flowers. Lamb's Ears suffers in hot, humid summers. Stachys affinis produces edible tubers, sometimes called Chinese artichokes. 0e6ORdfWJ4U See also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aRoPNvGS4O0 Lambs Ears Plant - Wooly Betony
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Sweet Marjoram
  Sweet Marjoram May 21, 2009
Aromatic herb belonging to the mint family. Wild marjoram (O. vulgare) is found in both Europe and Asia and has become naturalized in the Americas; the sweet marjoram (O. majorana) used in cooking is widely cultivated. Sweet Marjoram
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DrPerry
DrPerry
Bee Balm
  Bee Balm May 18, 2009
Habit: upright Late Fall Perennial Plant Photo If you're wondering what those attractive stems and pods are in your garden in fall, or if you should pull this plant out as a weed or not, these photos of some key garden perennials in late fall may help. May also have basal growth by then, as you'd see in spring, which may help identify them too. "University of Vermont Extension" Bee Balm
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DrPerry
DrPerry
Catmint
  Catmint May 18, 2009
(tangled stems) Habit: upright Late Fall Perennial Plant Photo If you're wondering what those attractive stems and pods are in your garden in fall, or if you should pull this plant out as a weed or not, these photos of some key garden perennials in late fall may help. May also have basal growth by then, as you'd see in spring, which may help identify them too. "University of Vermont Extension" Catmint
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DrPerry
DrPerry
Perennial Sage ('May Night' shown)
  Perennial Sage ('May Night' shown) May 18, 2009
Habit: panicle Late Fall Perennial Plant If you're wondering what those attractive stems and pods are in your garden in fall, or if you should pull this plant out as a weed or not, these photos of some key garden perennials in late fall may help. May also have basal growth by then, as you'd see in spring, which may help identify them too. "University of Vermont Extension" Perennial Sage ('May Night' shown)
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DrPerry
DrPerry
Lamb's Ears
  Lamb's Ears May 18, 2009
Habit: upright Late Fall Perennial Plant Photo If you're wondering what those attractive stems and pods are in your garden in fall, or if you should pull this plant out as a weed or not, these photos of some key garden perennials in late fall may help. May also have basal growth by then, as you'd see in spring, which may help identify them too. "University of Vermont Extension" Lamb's Ears
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DrPerry
Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie
  Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie May 17, 2009
Ground Ivy, Creeping Charlie, Gill-over-the-ground, lierre terrestre Height: Spreading Foliage: Opposite, palmately veined, rounded kidney shaped, bright green, minty odor Flowers: Small bluish-purple, in axillary clusters Bloom time: May to July Habitat: Lawns and orchards, damp shaded areas, spreads from under shrubs and across ground rooting at nodes Soil: Rich moist soil Other: A member of the mint family. Brought by English settlers, used as a household herb. Used to flavor be Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie
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Thai Basil
  Thai Basil May 11, 2009
Genus: Ocimum (OSS-ih-mum) (Info) Species: thyrsiflora (thur-SEE-flor-uh) (Info) Cultivar: Siam Queen Category: Annuals Herbs Height: 18-24 in. (45-60 cm) 24-36 in. (60-90 cm) Spacing: 6-9 in. (15-22 cm) Hardiness: Not Applicable Sun Exposure: Full Sun Danger: Unknown - Tell us Bloom Color: Pink Violet/Lavender Bloom Time: Mid Summer Late Summer/Early Fall Thai Basil
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Common English Lavender
  Common English Lavender May 11, 2009
Strange Purple Rod Flower - mint Common English Lavender
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Horse Mint
  Horse Mint May 10, 2009
Horse Mint
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Flame Nettle or Coleus
  Flame Nettle or Coleus May 08, 2009
Colored Leaves, Mint Plant. AKA Coleus blumei. Flame Nettle or Coleus
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Coleus - Solenostemon 'Electric Lime'
  Coleus - Solenostemon 'Electric Lime' May 08, 2009
Yellow Green Mint Plant Coleus - Solenostemon 'Electric Lime'
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Yellow Archangel
  Yellow Archangel May 08, 2009
Yellow Lamium Flower. Yellow Archangel
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Salvia Lavender Mint
  Salvia Lavender Mint May 04, 2009
This is the same as: healthyhomegardening.com/Plant.php?pid=408 Salvia Lavender Mint
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White Lamium
  White Lamium May 04, 2009
Fluffy Leaf, Little White Trumpet Flowers Maybe: Lamiaceae family Lamium purpureum White Lamium
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Lamium purpureum
  Lamium purpureum May 04, 2009
I'm sure it's Lamium, but I'm not sure if it's purpureum. But I think it is. Magenta Purple Trumpet Bell Flower Lamium purpureum Lamium purpureum
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Henbit Deadnettle
  Henbit Deadnettle April 29, 2009
Member of the Mint Family, Lamiaceae. Winter annual. Some say their name comes from the fact that chickens love to eat them, Hen-food or "Hen-Bit". Has a square stem with strange leaves that look like they are all skewered by the stem in a mini-skirt configuration. The leaves have palmate veination and crinkle around the edges. The leaves are covered with hair-like filaments. The flowers are extremely interesting with a weird trumpetlike snout, and a snap dragon mouth. They are li Henbit Deadnettle
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Basil Seedling
  Basil Seedling April 20, 2009
Basil Seedling
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Red Salvia
  Red Salvia March 18, 2009
Salvia is a genus of plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is one of three genera commonly referred to as sage. When used without modifiers, sage generally refers to Salvia officinalis ("common sage"); however, it can be used with modifiers to refer to any member of the genus. The ornamental species are commonly referred to by their scientific name Salvia. This genus includes approximately 700 to 900 species of shrubs, herbaceous perennials, and annuals with almost world-wide di Red Salvia

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Comment: Red Salvia

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gardengeek
gardengeek

It's in the "Lamiaceae" Family, Labiatae is the old name.
May 12, 2009
21:42:45

Sharron

North Carolina

I have a wonderful "crop" of red saliva every year. The plants drop their seeds and have spread to make a beautiful flower bed. My husband transplants some on them to his garden and the salvia add beatitful red color all summer to his garden. They have become one of our favorite flowers.
April 11, 2009
18:58:05
gardengeek
gardengeek

Salvia Divinorium means "Divine Saviour"...
March 28, 2009
03:43:05

fadinha

paris

Salvia Divinorium
March 19, 2009
22:28:43



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