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Aedwardiansea
Aedwardiansea
  September 15, 2015
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Wild Clarkia
  Wild Clarkia June 19, 2014
Wild Clarkia
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KatieMeow
KatieMeow
Illyrian Gladiolus
  Illyrian Gladiolus April 22, 2014
Illyrian Gladiolus
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Beth
Beth
Queens-Tears
  Queens-Tears November 22, 2013
Queens-Tears
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cynthialou587
cynthialou587
Bittersweet Nightshade
  Bittersweet Nightshade August 12, 2012
Bittersweet Nightshade
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cynthialou587
cynthialou587
Elegant Clarkia
  Elegant Clarkia August 12, 2012
Elegant Clarkia
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Esselean
Esselean
Cape Broom
  Cape Broom July 21, 2012
Cape Broom is a woody perennial shrub and a legume. The species is native to the Mediterranean region, and is considered an invasive plant in most places where it has been introduced. Its reproductive vigour and preference for Mediterranean climates make it a very successful species in California and the Pacific Northwest, where it is considered a severe noxious weed, covering over 40,000 hectares. It is even more widespread in Australia, where it covers 600,000 hectares and is also considered Cape Broom
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forager
forager
Goldenrain Tree
  Goldenrain Tree July 16, 2012
Goldenrain Tree
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Evening Primrose
  Evening Primrose June 16, 2012
This plant opens in 10 seconds, and only at night around 9:30-10:30 Evening Primrose
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forager
forager
Russian sage
  Russian sage June 16, 2012
Popular cultivar 'Blue Spire', which has darker blue flowers, may actually be a hybrid of P. atriplicifolia and P. abrotanoides, although it is typically marketed as P. atriplicifolia. the flowers are eaten fresh the leaves are smoked like tobacco for its euphoriant properties. Russian sage
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purplehaze1011
purplehaze1011
Yellow Flower
  Yellow Flower May 30, 2012
Yellow Flower
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freegarden
freegarden
Tabebuia chrysotricha
  Tabebuia chrysotricha April 19, 2012
Tabebuia chrysotricha
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MrFlores
MrFlores
Old-fashioned Bleeding-Heart,
  Old-fashioned Bleeding-Heart, April 16, 2012
Old-fashioned Bleeding-Heart,
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MrFlores
MrFlores
Veronica
  Veronica April 16, 2012
Veronica
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gardengeek
gardengeek
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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crystalskye
crystalskye
Common Evening Primrose
  Common Evening Primrose September 03, 2011
http://www.complete-herbal.com/details/eveningprimrose.htm Common Evening Primrose
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weprather
weprather
Field Mustard
  Field Mustard May 22, 2011
Field Mustard
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AlyDawn
AlyDawn
Japanese Privet
  Japanese Privet February 07, 2011
[[]]http://www.duke.edu/~cwcook/trees/lija.html[[]] Japanese Privet
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
small purple flower
  small purple flower January 15, 2011
I'm not sure what species this is. It looks like it might be part of the Brassicaceae family, but I'm not sure. small purple flower
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Evergreen Candytuft
  Evergreen Candytuft November 19, 2010
[[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iberis[[]] Evergreen Candytuft
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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
Orange and Red Lantana
  Orange and Red Lantana September 30, 2010
Orange and Red Lantana
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tktikara
tktikara
Yellow Lantana
  Yellow Lantana September 30, 2010
Yellow Lantana
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Biocentric333
Biocentric333
Rocket Plant
  Rocket Plant September 01, 2010
[[]]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eruca_vesicaria[[]]
[[]]http://www.spicesmedicinalherbs.com/arugula-eruca-sativa
.html[[]]
Rocket Plant
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Thunder
Thunder
Goldenrain tree
  Goldenrain tree August 20, 2010
Medicinal Uses: The flowers are ophthalmic. They are used in the treatment of conjunctivitis and epiphora Food Uses: The seeds are edible when roasted, but not commonly consumed Other Notes: In some areas, notably the eastern United States and particularly in Florida, it is considered an invasive species. yellow dye is obtained from the flowers. A black dye is obtained from the leaves. The seeds are used as beads in necklaces etc Cultivation details: Succeeds in any good loamy soil and in dr Goldenrain tree
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Thunder
Thunder
American Witch Hazel
  American Witch Hazel July 12, 2010
Hamamelis virginiana was well known as a medicinal plant by Native Americans. Cherokee, Chippewa, Iroquois, Menominee, Mohegan, and Potowatomi tribes used it as a cold remedy, dermatological aid, febrifuge, gynecological aid, eye medicine, kidney aid, and in other ways (D. E. Moerman 1986). Witch-hazel was subsequently used by the early European settlers in similar ways. A tea of the leaves was employed for a variety of medicinal purposes. The twigs were used as divining rods (water-witching), American Witch Hazel
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Carpetweed
  Carpetweed June 30, 2010
Carpetweed
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gardengeek
gardengeek
Russian Olive Tree
  Russian Olive Tree June 25, 2010
The fruits are edible and sweet, though with a dryish, mealy texture. Russian Olive Tree
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Thunder
Thunder
Common Winterberry
  Common Winterberry June 22, 2010
The berries were used by Native Americans for medicinal purposes, the origin of the name "fever bush". Medicinal Uses: Black alder is tonic, alterative, and astringent. It strengthens the circulation, improves nutrition, and aids in the removal of waste material, thus effectually aiding the vegetative processes. It has been used with good effect in jaundice, diarrhoea, gangrene, and all diseases attended with great weakness. It has also been of service in dropsy. Two drachms of the po Common Winterberry
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Thunder
Thunder
Holly
  Holly June 21, 2010
The ancient Romans used holly in their winter Saturnalia festivals. When early Christians celebrated the birth of Jesus in December, they too "decked the halls with boughs of holly" to avoid attracting unwanted attention. As the population of Christians grew, holly lost its pagan association and became a symbol of the Christmas season and has even been featured on United States postage stamps. Medicinal Uses: Holly leaves were formerly used as a diaphoretic and an infusion of them was Holly
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