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Tobacco
  Tobacco March 11, 2014
Tobacco
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Goldfish Plant
  Goldfish Plant March 02, 2014
Goldfish Plant
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Monstera deliciosa
  Monstera deliciosa March 02, 2014
edible fruit. a fruity taste similar to jackfruit and pineapple. The unripe green fruits can irritate the throat and the latex of the leaves and vines can create rashes in the skin, because both contain potassium oxalate: that is the reason why the fruits have to be consumed when the scales lift up. The fruit may be ripened by cutting it when the first scales begin to lift up and it begins to exude a pungent odor. It is wrapped in a paper bag and set aside until the scales begin popping off. Monstera deliciosa
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gardengeek
gardengeek
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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kylemoolman
kylemoolman
  April 11, 2013
[[]]http://www.plantinfo.co.za/index.php?category=&plant
=603&tpl=plantdetails[[]]
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gardengeek
gardengeek
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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Biloba
  Biloba July 25, 2012
Biloba
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Esselean
Esselean
Wild Tobacco
  Wild Tobacco July 21, 2012
Wild Tobacco has become a widespread invasive weed in Cook Islands, Fiji, Hawai‘i, New Caledonia, Norfolk Island, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Réunion Island, Mauritius, Madagascar, Australia, India and several southern African countries. Handling the plants can cause irritation and nausea. The dust from the plant can cause respiratory problems if exposure is prolonged. Because of its ability to affect human health and because of its aggressive and fast growing character it is illegal in some Wild Tobacco
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forager
forager
Ginko
  Ginko July 16, 2012
The Ginko dates back to the Permian, about 270 million years years ago. The dinosaurs came on to the scene about 230 million years ago. The dinosaurs then went extinct about 65 million years ago. in China; some planted trees at temples are believed to be over 1,500 years old. tolerates pollution and confined soil spaces. They rarely suffer disease problems, even in urban conditions, and are attacked by few insects Hiroshima, Japan, six trees growing between 1–2 km from the 1945 atom bomb expl Ginko
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uknown
  uknown June 17, 2012
uknown
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Esselean
Esselean
Heath Banksia
  Heath Banksia May 19, 2012
The Heath Banksia is an attractive shrub with bright orange/red flowers. It is a good bird attracting plant especially the nectar eating types. In summer when the flowers are dripping with nectar you can smell the almost sickeningly sweet scent a mile away. The nectar can be sucked from the flowers or flowers can be dunked in water to produce a sweet drink. Dead Banksia flowers are to some Australian kids what pine cones are to children in other parts of the world. Children love collecting the Heath Banksia
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GLLOCK161
GLLOCK161
Large White flowers
  Large White flowers September 01, 2011
Large White flowers
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usmc41371
Buffalo bur nightshade
  Buffalo bur nightshade July 21, 2011
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dr-Haases-Natural-Health-Impro
vement-Center/157946007567528#!/media/set/?set=a.24842245851
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Buffalo bur nightshade
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LaurenceHolbrook
LaurenceHolbrook
Tall Meadow Rue
  Tall Meadow Rue June 30, 2011
Tall Meadow Rue
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Dinglydell
Dinglydell
Dragon Arum
  Dragon Arum June 09, 2011
Dragon Arum
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Moss
  Moss May 15, 2011
Moss
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Moss
  Moss May 15, 2011
Moss
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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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Lychee Fruit
  Lychee Fruit March 25, 2011
The fresh fruit has a delicate, whitish pulp with a perfume flavor that is lost in canning, so the fruit is mostly eaten fresh. The outside of the fruit is covered by a pink-red, roughly-textured rind that is inedible but easily removed to expose a layer of sweet, translucent white flesh. The Lychee contains on average a total 72 mg of Vitamin C per 100 grams of fruit.[10] On average nine lychee fruits would meet an adult’s daily recommended Vitamin C requirement. A cup of Lychee fruit provides Lychee Fruit
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yutongshi
yutongshi
spanish blue-bells
  spanish blue-bells November 25, 2010
spanish blue-bells
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tktikara
tktikara
Duckweed
  Duckweed September 30, 2010
Read detailed information about this plant here - [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemnaoideae[[]] Duckweed
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
pineapple weed
  pineapple weed September 16, 2010
The flowers you see, however bitter tasting, have been gathered raw as food for children. The plant can also be used as a temporary, yet effective insect repellent. [[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamomilla_suaveolens[[]] pineapple weed
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
California Mountain Lilac, Ceanothius concha
  California Mountain Lilac, Ceanothius concha August 26, 2010
[[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceanothus[[]] California Mountain Lilac, Ceanothius concha
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jlosey
Mountain Laurel
  Mountain Laurel August 23, 2010
Mountain Laurel
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Green Ephedra
  Green Ephedra July 19, 2010
Ephedra is a genus of gymnosperm shrubs, the only genus in the family Ephedraceae and order Ephedrales. These plants occur in dry climates over a wide area mainly in the northern hemisphere, across southern Europe, north Africa, southwest and central Asia, southwestern North America, and, in the southern hemisphere, in South America south to Patagonia. The Chinese name is má huáng, which means "yellow hemp". Ephedra is also sometimes called sea grape (from the French rai Green Ephedra
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Thunder
Thunder
Cayenne
  Cayenne July 15, 2010
The origin of this herb, now used as food and medicine in most countries of the world, is uncertain. Cayenne was not mentioned in writings from ancient Egypt (1500 BC), Greece (455 BC to 50 BC), Rome (25 BC to 150 AD), Persia (13th century), India and China, so historians claim Cayenne peppers originated from the Americas, most likely from the banks of the Amazon. It is impossible for modern botanists to say where cayenne grew in some ancient time as a wild plant, because it has been domesticate Cayenne
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Thunder
Angel’s Trumpet
  Angel’s Trumpet July 06, 2010
It has been used as an admixture plant in ayahuasca brews as well as in poisons and medicines in S. America Brugmansia suaveolens is widely used amongst the Ingano and Siona Indians of the warmer Amazon lowlands. It is used as a medicine and a narcotic. Plants containing atropine and scopolamine have also been used for centuries in other parts of the world and the alkaloids themselves have been used in modern western medicines for over one hundred years. Medicinal Uses: This plant has been use Angel’s Trumpet
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Thunder
Split Leaf Philodenron
  Split Leaf Philodenron July 06, 2010
Windowleaf was formerly grown in greenhouses in England for the edible fruits, called cerimans or monsteras, and is still cultivated for that purpose (outdoors) in parts of Central America, Australia, California and South Florida. Plants need especially ideal conditions, consisting of high humidity, constantly warm temperatures and bright, indirect light, before they will produce fruit. Plants cultivated for fruit are usually grown on the ground in half shade, like pineapple Medicinal Uses: The Split Leaf Philodenron
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gardengeek
Yew Tree
  Yew Tree June 25, 2010
The Yew Tree is poisonous, except for the ripe red berries. The seeds are toxic. Yew Tree
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Thunder
Thunder
Coffee Bean
  Coffee Bean June 21, 2010
Medicinal Uses: Coffee consumption has been linked to breast size reduction and taking regular hits of caffeine reduces the risk of breast cancer. Coffee appears to reduce the risk of alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, diabete mellitus type 2, cirrhosis of the liver, and gout. It increases the risk of acid reflux and associated diseases. Some health effects of coffee are due to its caffeine content, as the benefits are only observed in those who drink caffeinated coffee, wh Coffee Bean
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