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Pink Clarkia?
  Pink Clarkia?


Sensitive Plant
  Sensitive Plant
Medicinal Uses: In Ayurveda, the plant is described as a plant which folds itself when touched and s


Sensitive Partridge Pea
  Sensitive Partridge Pea
Traditional medicinal used among indigenous people, and were also used by early settlers, most notab


Violets
  Violets
In Macer's Herbal (tenth century) the Violet is among the many herbs which were considered powerful


Mayweed Chamomile
  Mayweed Chamomile
In 1995, it could be found in almost all of the lower 48 states. Mayweed is an annual bushy, ill-sce


Field Garlic
  Field Garlic
Medicinal Uses: The whole plant is antiasthmatic, blood purifier, carminative, cathartic, diuretic,


Chrysanthemum
  Chrysanthemum
Used for thousands of years to reduce fever and the feverish discomforts of colds and headaches, thi


Rose of Sharon
  Rose of Sharon
Rose of Sharon was first introduced into North America before 1600. Medicinal Uses: The leaves are


Hibiscus
  Hibiscus
The hibiscus has had a long history of use in Africa and neighboring tropical countries. Its fragran


Lace-Cap Hydrangea
  Lace-Cap Hydrangea
Medicinal Uses: The leaves, roots and flowers are antimalarial, antitussive and diuretic. They are s


Mistletoe
  Mistletoe
Medicinal Uses: Although Mistletoe leaves are reputed to be an effective remedy for high blood press


Mimosa
  Mimosa
Silk tree was introduced to the U.S. in 1745. Silk tree continues to be a popular ornamental because


Rocky Mountain Beeplant
  Rocky Mountain Beeplant
Medicinal Uses: Beeplant leaves may have been crushed and placed on bites from poisonous insects. So


Purple Loosestrife
  Purple Loosestrife
1800s brought to North America by settlers for flower gardens. Seeds were also present in ballasts o


Mescal
  Mescal
Plants bloom only once in their life, the blooming spike is so large and grows so fast that it saps


Bartlettina
  Bartlettina
Planted as an exotic ornamental for its amazing flowers. Oddly this plant is still quite uncommon in


RedBud
  RedBud
Early settlers sometimes used redbud blossoms as a salad food. Redbud bark was used to treat common


Passion Flower
  Passion Flower
Passionflower has been used by Native Americans for centuries, the Cherokee valued it for its healin


Pumpkin
  Pumpkin
Americans dried strips of pumpkin and wove them into mats. They also roasted long strips of pumpkin


Gerbera Daisy
  Gerbera Daisy
The first scientific description of a Gerbera was made by J.D. Hooker in Curtis's Botanical Magazine


Blue Ginger
  Blue Ginger
a tropical plant which resembles ginger in growth and habit, but is actually a relative of the wande


Bougainvillea
  Bougainvillea
Cultivation: Likes rich loamy, well-drained soils but is tolerant and adapts to many soil types. Giv


Common Mullein
  Common Mullein
Medicinal Uses: An infusion is taken internally in the treatment of a wide range of chest complaints


Mayapple
  Mayapple
Medicinal Uses: The root is used as a medicinal herb, it is antibilious, cathartic, cytostatic, hydr


Partridge Pea
  Partridge Pea
Medicinal Uses: Cherokee Drug (Sports Medicine): root medicine used to keep ball players from tiring


Daisy Fleabane
  Daisy Fleabane
Ancient Europeans believed that the odor of this genus repelled fleas, thus the name fleabane. This


Japanese Camellia
  Japanese Camellia
In Japan, where the Camellia or Tsubaki has such a long-gardened history, the language of flowers is


Spiderwort
  Spiderwort
A number of the species flower in the morning and when the sun shines on the flowers in the afterno


Throatwort
  Throatwort
Trachelium caeruleum L. plants can often be found on mortars of walls of the historic centre of Brag


Southern Magnolia
  Southern Magnolia
Magnolias have long been known and used in China. References to their medicinal qualities go back to


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