• 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, Kilimanjaro
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Basil, Kilimanjaro

Ocimum kilimandscharicum

An extremely robust and tall l basil from Africa. It likes heat and a long growing season. The spicy tea is used for colds, coughs and arthritis. Rare. This...

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Bergamont
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Bergamont

Monarda didyma

Bee Balm, Oswego Tea, Horsemint. Originally from the Eastern US this stunning Native American herb produces red and purplish whorled flowers which attract...

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Black Cohosh
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Black Cohosh

Cimicifuga racemosa

Bugbane, Black Snakeroot,Squawroot, Bugwort, Rattle Snakeroot ,Rattle weed Rattle root.Graceful, towering plant, fern leaved and white flowered when in...

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Bloody Dock
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Bloody Dock

Rumex Sanguineus

Red veined Dock or Blood wort. Native to the British Isles with striking leaves colored by bright maroon veins. Young leaves make a delicious and...

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Brahmi
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Brahmi

Bacopa monniera

A moisture loving tropical perennial that is almost an aquatic plant and is native to Eastern India. It is a greatly respected memory enhancing herb, nerve,...

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Blood Builder Set
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Blood Builder Set

*2 Nettles *1 Dandelion *1 Chicory *1 Red Clover *1 Fo Ti

$38.00

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Basil, Greek
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Basil, Greek

Ocimum minimum

This Miniature variety of culinary basil does not compromise on flavor. One of the best tasting Basils for cooking and it is the perfect size for a window...

$6.50

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Belladonna, Caucasus
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Belladonna, Caucasus

Atropa caucasica

This Belladonna has striking purple stems. Originally from the northern regions of the Caucases, an area rich in biodiversity. This Belladonna type has...

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Wood Betony
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Wood Betony

Stachys officinalis

This lovely gem is a beautiful addition to the shade garden. Historically used as a nervine tonic and pain reliever. It is high in tannins and starch, and...

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Blood Flower
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Blood Flower

Asclepias curassivica

Mexican Milkweed, Bloodflower, Chinese Milkweed, Ma Li Jin. Originating from the Carribean and South America and used in Native American and Chinese herbal...

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Blueberry Rubel
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Blueberry Rubel

Vaccinium corymbosum

This mid season blueberry is an Antique variety, one of the first blueberry plants selected for its rich tasting fruits. Current research has shown that the...

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Burning Bush
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Burning Bush

Dictamnus albus

Tea made from the dried bark of the root or the leaves calms digestion and dispels heat. Externally, it is helpful for skin diseases and fungal infections....

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Basil, Persian
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Basil, Persian

Ocimum basilicum

Traditionally  known as Reyhan This unique cultivar from Persia and Turkey is very flavorful a cross between lemon and anise flavors but spicier than either...

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Basil, Tree
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Basil, Tree

Ocimum Gratissimum

This unique strain of Basil can grow to 12 feet in height with a strong camphor/clove fragrance. This tropical plant originates from India and West Africa...

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