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Sweet Tea Olive
  Sweet Tea Olive
used to protect clothes from insects neuroprotective, free-radical scavenging, antioxidative effects


Mandragora Turcomanica
  Mandragora Turcomanica


Lilium Formosanum
  Lilium Formosanum


Lantana
  Lantana


Bougainvillea x buttiana 'Madonna'
  Bougainvillea x buttiana 'Madonna'
The sap of the Bougainvillea can cause skin rashes similar to Toxicodendron species.


Rosemary Grevillea
  Rosemary Grevillea


Sand Sage
  Sand Sage


Taube Lace Cap Hydrangea
  Taube Lace Cap Hydrangea
Hydrangea flowers bloom from early spring through late fall. The coloration depends on the pH of the


Sego Palm
  Sego Palm
Medicinal Uses: The leaves are used in the treatment of cancer and hepatoma. The terminal shoot is a


Japanese pittosporum
  Japanese pittosporum
This genus, Pittosporum, contains over 200 species of trees and shrubs native to the tropical region


Angelís Trumpet
  Angelís Trumpet
It has been used as an admixture plant in ayahuasca brews as well as in poisons and medicines in S.


False Solomon Seal
  False Solomon Seal
The young shoots, while still tender and stripped of their leaves, can be simmered in water and eate


Coffee Bean
  Coffee Bean
Medicinal Uses: Coffee consumption has been linked to breast size reduction and taking regular hits


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


Lilac
  Lilac
Lilacs in the United States date back to the mid 1750's. They were grown in America's first botanica


Marsh Hibiscus
  Marsh Hibiscus
Medicinal Uses: Demulcent, Emollient, Nervine, and Stomachic. The leaves and roots abound in mucilag


Common Buttonbush
  Common Buttonbush
It was cultivated as early as 1735 as a honey plant. A decoction of the inner bark was used by Nativ


White Sage
  White Sage
Today the leaves and stems of Salvia apiana are gathered, dried, and used for smudging by many tribe


Big Sagebrush
  Big Sagebrush
Before the present Ute, Navajo, Apache, and Hopi tribes occupied these lands, the Fremont people who


Apache Plume
  Apache Plume
Medicinal Uses: The roots dug in the fall are boiled in water for coughs, drunk morning and evening.


Adam's Needle
  Adam's Needle
Medicinal Uses: A root poultice or salve treats skin sores and sprains. A decoction may be used to e


Spanish Bayonet
  Spanish Bayonet
Food Uses: the immature fruit is cooked. A bitter taste, but most of the bitterness is in the skin.


American Beautyberry
  American Beautyberry
The roots, leaves and branches of the American beautyberry were used by the Alabama, Choctaw, Creek,


Harriman's Yucca
  Harriman's Yucca
This plant has a deep taproot (at least 30' long). Yuccas are widely grown as ornamental plants in g


Bird of Paradise
  Bird of Paradise
It was first introduced to Europe in 1773, when it was grown at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Sinc


Prickly Pear Cactus Rose
  Prickly Pear Cactus Rose
Prickly pears also produce a fruit that is commonly eaten in Mexico, known as "tuna"; it a


Wax Currant
  Wax Currant
Medicinal Uses:The plant was used medicinally by the Okanagan-Colville, Shoshoni and Thompson Indian


Lantana
  Lantana
It has been cultivated for more than more than 300 years Leaves and roots are popular folk remedies.


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