• Echinacea purpurea or Purple Coneflower
  • Passionflower Passiflora incarnata
  • Evening Primrose "Ozark Sundrops"
  • Chinese Leopard Flower or Blackberry Lilly
  • Yellow Dotted Mint Monarda punctuata
  • Dandelion with a pollinator friend
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Basil, Indian Subja [Barbari Tulsi]
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Basil, Indian Subja [Barbari Tulsi]

Ocimum basilicum subja

Babari Tulsi This is another cultivar, in our growing collection of medicinal Basils, which is found throughout India. The seeds are used in a milk based...

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Belladonna, Turkmenistan
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Belladonna, Turkmenistan

Atropa komarovii

Another very rare species of Belladonna from Central Asia. This species is a bit taller than European Belladonna and has lovely yellow flowers with purplish...

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Bitter Melon
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Bitter Melon

Momordica charantia

Bitter melon is gaining a reputation in the West for its ability to control both diabetes and Aids. In clinical trials, bitter melon fights viruses, lowers...

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Bloodroot
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Bloodroot

Sanguinaria canadensis

Redroot,Red puccoon, Red Indian paint. This is another lovely woodland plant, becoming endangered in it's native habitat, well worth growing in the Shade...

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Boneset
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Boneset

Eupatorium perfoliatum

This plant, an Eastern North American native, has been used as an excellent remedy for colds and intermittent fever, especially flu with body aches. Medical...

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Butterbur (Petasites palmatus)
Butterbur
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Butterbur

Petasites palmatus

Western Coltsfoot Native to moist shady areas of western North America the root and leaf are used for respiratory complaints such as bronchitis, asthma and...

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holybasil
Basil, Holy (Tulsi)
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Basil, Holy (Tulsi)

Ocimum sanctum or Ocimum tennuiflorum

Tulsi, Sacred Basil,Pagoda Tulsi, East Indian Basil. Grows well in Full sun and light, well-drained, fertile soil. Susceptible to frost. By continually...

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Belladonna
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Belladonna

Atropa belladonna

All parts of this plant are potentially toxic. The dry leaf contains atropine and scopolamine, which are narcotic and antispasmodic. A preparation of the...

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Bergamont, Wild
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Bergamont, Wild

Monarda fistulosa

Lavender Bergamont, Bee Balm and Horsemint. Native to much of North America, this lovely lavender blooming bergamont is highly attractive to many types of...

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Blessed Thistle
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Blessed Thistle

Cnicus benedictus

Holy Thistle, Spotted Thistle. Native to Southern Europe, this annual herb originally got its name because it was Highly acclaimed as an all around healing...

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Blue Vervain
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Blue Vervain

Verbena hastata

Beautiful , stately perennial can grow to 6 feet. Native to North America it enjoys a moist location flowering in summer with narrow spikes of intensely...

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burdock
Burdock
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Burdock

Arctium lappa

Burdock is known for it's large taproots which are commonly eaten in Asia as a medicinal food with significant blood purifying properties. Traditionally...

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Ban Xia
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Ban Xia

Pinellia ternata

The tubers of this plant have been used in traditional Chinese medicine to fight conditions characterized by dampness and phlegm. Historically used to...

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Bleeding Heart
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Bleeding Heart

Dicentra formosa

One of my favorite NW native plants the Pacific Bleeding Heart can be found  primarily in coastal...

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