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Fig
  Fig March 02, 2014
The flower itself is not visible outwardly, as it blooms inside the infructescence. Although commonly referred to as a fruit, the fig is actually the infructescence or scion of the tree, known as a false fruit or multiple fruit, in which the flowers and seeds are borne. It is a hollow-ended stem containing many flowers. Fig
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Amaranthus Tricolour
  Amaranthus Tricolour August 01, 2013
Amaranthus Tricolour
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Scleranthus Biflorus
  Scleranthus Biflorus August 01, 2013
Scleranthus Biflorus
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Mandragora Turcomanica
  Mandragora Turcomanica August 01, 2013
Mandragora Turcomanica
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Mimosa Pudica
  Mimosa Pudica August 01, 2013
http://www.ijpsdr.com/pdf/vol5-issue2/1.pdf Mimosa Pudica
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Lilium Formosanum
  Lilium Formosanum August 01, 2013
Lilium Formosanum
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blue elderberry
  blue elderberry December 06, 2012
blue elderberry can grow as tall as 20 feet but usually only growing to 9. this plant has jagged leaves and this plant was widely used by southern California native americans in a multitude of ways they made flutes, bows, pipes, out of the easy to work with and hollow wood. the berries can make pies, jellies, jams, wines but are toxic if not cooked properly. [[]]http://plants.usda.gov/java/profile?symbol=SANIC5[[]] blue elderberry
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Star Anise
  Star Anise August 28, 2012
Star Anise is a spice that closely resembles anise in flavor, which tastes a little like licorice. Anise is a member of the Apiaceae family. Licorice is a member of the Bean (Fabaceae) Family. Star Anise
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Self-Heal
  Self-Heal July 21, 2012
wounds, ulcers, sores Self-Heal
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Purselane
  Purselane July 16, 2012
Purselane
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Tagetes patula 'Mr. Magestic'/ Fench Marigold
  Tagetes patula 'Mr. Magestic'/ Fench Marigold July 12, 2012
Used to keep away plant eating insects Tagetes patula 'Mr. Magestic'/ Fench Marigold
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Streambank Hollyhock
  Streambank Hollyhock July 09, 2012
Streambank Hollyhock
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Cholla Cactus
  Cholla Cactus June 23, 2012
Cholla Cactus
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Clary Sage
  Clary Sage May 30, 2012
Clary Sage
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Whitetop Sprouts
  Whitetop Sprouts April 03, 2012
This is an edible weed, that is like a strong radish. It is a member of the Brassica family. Whitetop Sprouts
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Pink Azalea
  Pink Azalea September 20, 2010
According to Wikipedia "Azalea plants are very toxic to equines, sheep and goats, but cause no problems in cats or dogs." Their blossoms are also used in a traditional Korean grape wine called Tugyonju. [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azalea[[]] [[]]http://www.azaleas.org/azxintro.html[[]] Pink Azalea
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Rocket Plant
  Rocket Plant September 01, 2010
[[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eruca_vesicaria[[]]
[[]]http://www.spicesmedicinalherbs.com/arugula-eruca-sativa
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Yucca Fruit
  Yucca Fruit August 22, 2010
Yucca Fruit
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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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Bristlecone Pine
  Bristlecone Pine July 19, 2010
Bristlecone Pine
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Broccoli
  Broccoli July 15, 2010
It has been popular in Italy since the days of the Roman Empire. However, records indicate this vegetable was unknown in England until a relatively recent few hundred years ago. It has become popular in the United States only since last century. Broccoli has been grown for more than two thousand years. During the 16th century, Broccoli was grown in Italy and France. It began to be commercially grown in the United States in the 1920s. Medicinal Uses: Diuretic, promotes eye vision. Broccoli is kn Broccoli
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Crimson Clover
  Crimson Clover July 12, 2010
First brought to the United States from Italy in 1819 It has been introduced into the United States, originally as forage for cattle. It is often used for roadside erosion control, as well as beautification, even though it tends to eliminate all other desirable spring and early-summer species of native vegetation in the area, which it is planted. Food Uses: The seeds can be sprouted and eaten in salads. They can also be dried and ground into a nutritious flour. Dried flower heads are a tea subs Crimson Clover
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Indian Pinks
  Indian Pinks July 06, 2010
The Chinese pink has been used for over 2,000 years in Chinese herbal medicine. Medicinal Uses: The whole plant is a bitter tonic herb that stimulates the digestive and urinary systems and also the bowels. It is also anthelmintic, antibacterial, antiphlogistic, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, febrifuge and haemostatic. It is used internally in the treatment of acute urinary tract infections (especially cystitis), urinary stones, constipation, and failure to menstruate. It is used externally Indian Pinks
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Red Poppy
  Red Poppy June 30, 2010
Red Poppy
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Sensitive Partridge Pea
  Sensitive Partridge Pea June 23, 2010
Traditional medicinal used among indigenous people, and were also used by early settlers, most notably the Shakers (Austin). Medicinal Uses: Not commonly used as a modern herbal, but the Cherokee and Seminole people used the plant in several ways medicinally including as a tonic for athletes to keep them from tiring (root). Seminole people also used a plant infusion to treat nausea and stomachaches, a decoction to treat urinary tract infections (Austin). The moistened, bruised leaves were used Sensitive Partridge Pea
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Mistletoe
  Mistletoe June 20, 2010
Medicinal Uses: Although Mistletoe leaves are reputed to be an effective remedy for high blood pressure, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has labeled this herb “unsafe” and does not approve of its use in treating any illnesses. European Mistletoe has a variety of immunological and biological properties and is used for adjuvant treatment of cancer and tumors. For Menopause complaints of breathing difficulties, feelings of anxiety, heart palpitation, hormonal imbalance, hot flushes, and nor Mistletoe
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Rocky Mountain Beeplant
  Rocky Mountain Beeplant June 20, 2010
Medicinal Uses: Beeplant leaves may have been crushed and placed on bites from poisonous insects. Some Native Americans boiled the leaves as food as well as to treat stomach aches A poultice is made of the crushed leaves and used to reduce swelling and boiled with a rusty iron to be made into a drink to treat anemia Food Uses: The leaves and flowers were boiled and eaten by the natives of New Mexico and Arizona. Early Spanish Americans made tortillas from the barely palatable but nourishing see Rocky Mountain Beeplant
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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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Adam's Needle
  Adam's Needle June 13, 2010
Medicinal Uses: A root poultice or salve treats skin sores and sprains. A decoction may be used to ease arthritic pain. Yucca Root treats inflammation, joint pain associated with osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis Food Uses: The flowers of many yucca species are edible and used raw in salads or cooked. Those from Adam's needle are said to taste like Belgian endive. Yucca fruit can be cooked and eaten after the seeds are removed; the large petals are used in salads. Other Uses: Yucca leaves Adam's Needle
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Evening Primrose
  Evening Primrose June 12, 2010
Mwdicinal Uses: Used by the Navajo: Compound infusion of plants used as a wash for sore skin Used by Cherokee: Leaves boiled, fried, and often eaten with greens The Lakota Indians used the seeds as an aromatic. Although this plant has a reputation for being sedating, the Iroquois combined it with other herbs to counteract laziness. Roots were chewed and then the paste rubbed on the arms and legs of athletes to give them great strength. The Cherokee made a tea of this plant to drink for obesity, Evening Primrose
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