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St. John's Wort - Unknown
Hypericaceae


forager
forager
Flower Petal # 5
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Color 2    
Type Categories Useful Parts

Herb


Hypericaceae Family

Other Names for this Plant

Tipton's weed, Chase-devil, Klamath weed.


Location

Utah.

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Hypericaceae
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Malpighi Order
Oxid Clad
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Fabidae
Bean-Like Class
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General Information

Hypericaceae

Hypericum
Hypericum perforatum
Herbal treatment for mild forms of depression.
Previously been classified as Guttiferae or Clusiaceae.
Approximately 370 species of the genus Hypericum exist worldwide.
The common name comes from its traditional harvesting on Saint John's day, 24 June.
Hypericum is derived from the Greek words hyper (above) and eikon (picture)
Perforatum refers to the small oil glands in the leaves that look like holes, which can be seen when they are held against the light.
When flower buds (not the flowers themselves) or seed pods are crushed, a reddish-purple liquid is produced.





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Comment: St. John's Wort - Unknown

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forager
forager
July 25, 2012
Yes, is does have woody stems, and is a sub-shrub.
kkelly
kkelly
July 25, 2012
does this plant have very woody stems and almost shrub-like

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