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Laurel Clock Vine
  Laurel Clock Vine April 17, 2014
The tea has been claimed to be able to detoxify the harmful effects of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes. Microwave-dried leaves displayed stronger antioxidant properties than fresh leaves. Laurel Clock Vine
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chelleid
chelleid
Chatham Island Forget-Me-Not
  Chatham Island Forget-Me-Not October 01, 2013
Chatham Island Forget-Me-Not
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Producer
Producer
Chicory
  Chicory June 13, 2012
Wikipedia: Root chicory contains volatile oils similar to those found in plants in the related genus Tanacetum which includes Tansy, and is similarly effective at eliminating intestinal worms. All parts of the plant contain these volatile oils, with the majority of the toxic components concentrated in the plant's root.[16] Chicory is well known for its toxicity to internal parasites. Studies indicate that ingestion of chicory by farm animals results in reduction of worm burdens,[17][18][19] whi Chicory
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Nigella Love-in-a-mist
  Nigella Love-in-a-mist May 28, 2012
Nigella Love-in-a-mist
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TheMurph56
TheMurph56
Glory of the Snow
  Glory of the Snow May 08, 2012
Glory of the Snow
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MrFlores
MrFlores
Veronica
  Veronica April 16, 2012
Veronica
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jemgal
jemgal
Borage
  Borage November 15, 2011
the tiny blue flowers have 5 blue leaves the stems are fuzzy but the stalks are bristled but not too sharp Borage
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jesshemeter
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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nookworm
Mazus
  Mazus April 13, 2011
Mazus
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Seaka
Seaka
Sand Sage
  Sand Sage March 01, 2011
Sand Sage
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LikeLeaves
LikeLeaves
Shoo-Fly Plant
  Shoo-Fly Plant October 25, 2010
Shoo-Fly Plant
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Taube Lace Cap Hydrangea
  Taube Lace Cap Hydrangea October 09, 2010
Hydrangea flowers bloom from early spring through late fall. The coloration depends on the pH of the soil. Acidic soil will produce flowers which appear to be blue, neutral pH will produce pale petals, and alkaline soils produce flowers which appear pink to purple. The hydrangea is known as a hyperaccumulator and the change in pigment depends on the amount of aluminum ions present in the soil. The roots and leaves of certain Hydrangea species are known to have some medicinal value. However, it i Taube Lace Cap Hydrangea
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tktikara
tktikara
Plumbago
  Plumbago September 28, 2010
More information on this plant can be found here- [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumbago[[]] Plumbago
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cynthialou587
cynthialou587
Serbian Bellflower
  Serbian Bellflower September 25, 2010
Serbian Bellflower
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Thunder
Tower of Jewels
  Tower of Jewels July 09, 2010
Cultivation: does best in well-draining arid, neutral sandy soil in a sunny location. Red bugloss is hardy to 5 degrees Fahrenheit (-15 degrees C). It self-sows freely so deadhead spent flowers if you do not wish to have any volunteer plants next season. This is a fast growing tall plant so provide stake for support. Tenerife bugloss is low maintenance; deer would not go near it. It is monocarpic and will produces many seeds before it dies. USDA Hardiness Zones : 9-11 Propagation: From Se Tower of Jewels
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Bellflower
  Bellflower July 09, 2010
Cultivation: These plants should be planted in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil in a sunny or partially shaded position, 12 to 18 inches apart. The young leaves of C. persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is susceptible to attack by slugs. C. Glomerata 'Superba' should be divided and replanted often to keep it growing actively. Some of these plants may need to be supported with stakes or some other device. All blooms should be picked off as soon as they've faded to encourage a longer flowering perio Bellflower
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gardengeek
White Beard-Tongue - Garden Penstemon
  White Beard-Tongue - Garden Penstemon June 25, 2010
[[]]http://www.botany.wisc.edu/garden/UW-Botanical_Garden/Pe
nstemon_d.html[[]]
White Beard-Tongue - Garden Penstemon
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gardengeek
Delphinium
  Delphinium June 25, 2010
Delphinium
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Pride of Madeira
  Pride of Madeira June 20, 2010
Cultivation: This is a good plant for seaside gardens. Plant in full sun. It is drought tolerant and often seeds itself out. Hardy to about 25 degrees F. Propagation: Easily propagated from seed Other Notes: Attracts hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. Pride of Madeira
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Polyanthus Primrose
  Polyanthus Primrose June 17, 2010
There primroses are a hybrid cross between the cowslip (Primula veris) and the English primrose (Primula vulgaris) bred 300 years ago Cultivation: Primroses have common cultural needs, namely moist soil and cool growing conditions. They thrive in full sun in cool-summer areas, but usually need partial shade elsewhere. And while they generally need moist soil, most also require good drainage. Propagation: The plants multiply rapidly and may need to be divided every other year. Division may be d Polyanthus Primrose
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Birdseye Speedwell
  Birdseye Speedwell June 15, 2010
The genus name Veronica is of apparent unknown derivation. It may refer to Saint Veronica of Christian beliefs. Oddly enough, there may not even be an actual person attached to that title. The name "veronica" comes from the Latin "ver(a) icon" or "true image". St. Veronica was believed to have wiped the face of Christ before his crucifixion. The image of Christ's face was supposedly transferred to the towel. The name "veronica" is a bastardization of the L Birdseye Speedwell
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gardengeek
Blue Penstemon
  Blue Penstemon June 08, 2010
Native Americans long used penstemon roots to relieve toothache. Greek for "five stamen" The staminode takes a variety of forms in the different species; while typically a long straight filament extending to the mouth of the corolla, some are longer and extremely hairy, giving the general appearance of an open mouth with a fuzzy tongue protruding and inspiring the common name beardtongue. Blue Penstemon
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Blue Eyed Grass
  Blue Eyed Grass June 01, 2010
Sisyrinchium is native to sand plain prairies, one of the world's most imperiled ecotypes. Places like Cape Cod or the Jersey Pine Barrens are delicate ecosystems home to this and many other rare and endangered species. Amerindians used root tea for diarrhea (in children); plant tea for worms, stomachaches. Several species used as laxatives. (Foster & Duke) The root is astringent. An infusion is used to treat diarrhea in adults and children. The leaves are eaten as a cooked green to regulat Blue Eyed Grass
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Asiatic Dayflower
  Asiatic Dayflower May 30, 2010
The leaves are depurative, diuretic, and febrifuge. Used as a throat gargle to relieve sore throats and tonsillitis. A decoction of the dried plant is used to treat bleeding, diarrhea, fever etc. Leaves, flowers and young shoots - raw or cooked. Chopped finely and added to salads or cooked as a potherb. A sweet taste with a mucilaginous texture A bright blue dye is obtained from the petals. In Japan there is a sizeable dye industry devoted to the plant Asiatic Dayflower
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Wild Blue Flax
  Wild Blue Flax May 29, 2010
Stems were steeped for stomach disorders and roots steeped for eye medicine. The whole plant was also used to make an eye medicine by mashing and soaking it in cold water. Poultices of the crushed fresh leaves were used to reduce swellings, especially for goiter and for gall trouble. Early settlers made a poultice of the powdered seed, corn meal, and boiling water, mixing this into a paste for infected wounds and mumps Seeds can be roasted, dried, or ground or used in other cooked foods. Shouldn Wild Blue Flax
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BLUE MOON HYGRANGEA
  BLUE MOON HYGRANGEA May 09, 2010
BLUE MOON HYGRANGEA
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GRANDPA OTT'S BLUE MORNING GLORY
  GRANDPA OTT'S BLUE MORNING GLORY May 09, 2010
GRANDPA OTT'S BLUE MORNING GLORY
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SPIDERWORT
  SPIDERWORT May 07, 2010
SPIDERWORT
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terrahbell
VIRGINIA BLUE BELL
  VIRGINIA BLUE BELL May 07, 2010
Virginia Cowslip, Lungwort Oysterleaf, Wild Bluebells, Roanoke Bells five petals fused into a tubular shape pinkish bulb that shifts into a blue-violet color as it ripens into a flower. Needs insects to fertilize the seeds. Not capable of self-fertilization The flower is commonly pollinated by butterflies, larger bees don't fit in the trumpet. The flowers die well before June. == Kingdom: Plantae (unranked): Angiosperms (unranked): Eudicots (unranked): Asterids Order: (unplaced) VIRGINIA BLUE BELL
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Blue Flax
  Blue Flax April 16, 2010
Blue Flax
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