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Bloodroot
Papaveraceae
Sanguinaria canadensis


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Papaveraceae Family

Sanguinaria Genus

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Bloodroot
Thunder
October 07, 2010
Papaveraceae
Sanguinaria canadensis
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Bloodroot was used as a medicinal herb extensively by the Indian Medicine Men and Women in some North American tribes. It was also a ritual skin paint, or war paint, and used as dye by others

Comment: Bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis

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Thunder
Thunder
October 07, 2010
This looks like Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) Check out these pics altnature.com gallery bloodroot.htm


Jacque G

Washington October 06, 2010
Looks too low-growing to be a clematis. Could be an Anemone, also in the Ranunculaceae.
MrFlores
MrFlores
May 08, 2010
Looks like a type of Clematis.
Ranunculaceae Family

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