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Cassava, Mandioca
  Cassava, Mandioca
Cassava is the third largest source of food carbohydrates in the tropics, after rice and maize.


Cape Broom
  Cape Broom
Cape Broom is a woody perennial shrub and a legume. The species is native to the Mediterranean regio


Sand Sage
  Sand Sage


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


Tartarian Honeysuckle
  Tartarian Honeysuckle
Honeysuckles (Lonicera, pronounced /lɒˈnɪsərə/; syn. Ca


Colorado Blue Columbine
  Colorado Blue Columbine
Aquilegia caerulea is a species of Aquilegia flower native to the Rocky Mountains from Montana south


Purple Flower Bunch
  Purple Flower Bunch
Looks like Verbena


Valerian
  Valerian
Both leaves and roots can be eaten, the leaves either fresh in salads or lightly boiled, the roots b


Burdock, rhubarbe sauvage
  Burdock, rhubarbe sauvage
Biennial - Arctium lappa Height: Up to 5 ft. Foliage: Large, petiolate, the first year forming


Vetch (on phlox), vesce jargeau
  Vetch (on phlox), vesce jargeau
Bloom: Summer Bloom (predominant season in USDA zone 4): sum=summer (July), fall (late Aug, early


White Clover, trèfle blanc
  White Clover, trèfle blanc
Height: Spreading by underground and above ground stems Foliage: Alternate, trifoliate, nearly


Low Hop Clover, trèfle rampantv
  Low Hop Clover, trèfle rampantv
Bloom: Summer Bloom (predominant season in USDA zone 4): sum=summer (July), fall (late Aug, early


Dandelion, pissenlit
  Dandelion, pissenlit
Height: Up to 12 in. Foliage: Variable in shape from lobeless or entire to deeply lobed with s


Goldenrod, verge d'or
  Goldenrod, verge d'or
Height: Up to 4 ft. Foliage: Alternate, simple, lanceolate, sessile, serrate Flowers: Yellow


Dock, patience à feuilles obtuses
  Dock, patience à feuilles obtuses
Height: Up to 3 ft. Foliage: Leaves broad, with nearly entire slightly wavy margin Flowers: Smal


Tall Buttercup, renoncule âcre
  Tall Buttercup, renoncule âcre
Bloom: Summer Bloom (predominant season in USDA zone 4): sum=summer (July), fall (late Aug, earl


Broadleaf Plantain, plantain majeur
  Broadleaf Plantain, plantain majeur
Height: Up to 8 in. Foliage: Alternate in rosettes, all basal, elliptic to broadly ovate, stro


Purple Loosestrife, salicaire commune
  Purple Loosestrife, salicaire commune
Height: Up to 2 ft. Foliage: Opposite or in whorls of 3, sessile, lanceolate Flowers: Red-pu


Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie
  Ground ivy, Creeping Charlie
Ground Ivy, Creeping Charlie, Gill-over-the-ground, lierre terrestre Height: Spreading Foliage:


Bedstraw, gaillet
  Bedstraw, gaillet
Bloom: Summer These perennials are especially appropriate for the East Coast, Plains and Central U


Northern Willowherb
  Northern Willowherb
Bloom: Summer Bloom (predominant season in USDA zone 4): sum=summer (July), fall (late Aug, early


Horsetail, prèle des champs
  Horsetail, prèle des champs
Height: 12- 18 in. Foliage: Small, scalelike, whorled leaves forming sheaths at the join


Field Bindweed, liseron des champs
  Field Bindweed, liseron des champs
Height: Up to 10 ft. Foliage: Alternate, simple, entire, ovate-oblong with cordate bases, long pet


Canada Thistle, chardon du Canada
  Canada Thistle, chardon du Canada
Height: Up to 4 ft. tall Foliage: Alternate, oblong or lancolate, crinkled edges and spiny margins


Mouse-ear Chickweed, céraiste vulgaire
  Mouse-ear Chickweed, céraiste vulgaire
Bloom: Summer Bloom (predominant season in USDA zone 4): sum=summer (July), fall (late Aug


Wild Chicory, chicorée sauvage
  Wild Chicory, chicorée sauvage
Height: Two to three ft. Foliage: Alternate, clustered at base, long petioles, irregularly


Yellow rocket, wintercress
  Yellow rocket, wintercress
Height: Up to 2 ft. Foliage: Dark green, glossy and thick; lower leaves have 1-4 pairs of late


Ragweed
  Ragweed
The flowers look like that of a sage plant. its pollen produces severe and widespread allergies.


Flix Weed
  Flix Weed
This pest causes problems by: How to get rid of it:


Dandelion Weed
  Dandelion Weed
This pest causes problems by: How to get rid of it:


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