• 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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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...

$8.50

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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...

$8.50

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Blue Cohosh
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Blue Cohosh

Caulophyllum thalictroides

Traditionally used by American Indian women who drank an infusion made from the root two weeks before childbirth. It can increase the effectiveness of...

$8.95

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Calamus Root
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Calamus Root

Acorus Calamus

We are pleased to be offering the Native American species of Calamus, a semi-aquatic plant whose root has been revered and utilized both medicinally and...

$7.95

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Echinacea narrowleaf
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Echinacea narrowleaf

Echinacea angustifolia

This plant is native to the prairie land of the Western US.The most challenging Echinacea to grow in a garden setting, it is a slow growing plant easily...

$7.50

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Echinacea Tennesseensis
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Echinacea Tennesseensis

Echinacea tennesseensis

Tennessee Purple Coneflower is limited to a small range in SC and TN. It is now listed as a federally endangered species. For this reason it needs to be...

$7.50

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Goldenseal
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Goldenseal

Hydrastis canadensis

This East Coast Woodland herb was traditionally used in numerous ways by Native Americans and Settlers alike.Goldenseal is a very bitter anti -microbial...

$8.50

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Jack In the Pulpit
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Jack In the Pulpit

Arisaema triphyllum

Indian's turnip. Interesting plant with a with a hooded purple striped spathes, grows to 3 ft. Native to the Eastern woodlands. Enjoys a moist, shady...

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Kashmir Tree Mallow
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Kashmir Tree Mallow

Lavatera cachmeriana

Another introduction in line with my GIANT plant Fetish. This unusual cultivar originates from the Himalaya of Kashmir, often found growing at extremely...

$7.50

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Oregon Grape
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Oregon Grape

Mahonia nervosa

A Shiny,Green evergreen shrub with Holly shaped leaves . Native to the Pacific Northwest. Oregon Grape has a bitter and cold energy that serves as a gentle...

$7.50

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Partridge Berry
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Partridge Berry

Mitchella repens

Squaw vine. Winter Clover. This rare and beautiful plant must have the shade of hardwood trees. Traditionally used by North Native American tribes to ease...

$9.50

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Rattlesnake Master
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Rattlesnake Master

Eryngium yuccifolium

This unusual and decorative plant is native to the wetlands and prairies of the southern United States. The fresh root was pounded and used by Native...

$7.50

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Rhodiola
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Rhodiola

Rhodiola rosea

Rhodiola rosea has been categorized as an adaptogen by Russian researchers. Studies show improvements in depression and schizophrenia. It also suggests that...

$10.95

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Sage, Diviners
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Sage, Diviners

Salvia divinorum

The sacred Diviners sage is probably one of the worlds rarest cultivated plants. It is not found growing in the wild. It was used by the Mazatec Indians for...

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Showy Milkweed
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Showy Milkweed

$8.50

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Slippery Elm
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Slippery Elm

Ulmus rubra

Perennial tree. Native to North America. The fresh inner bark makes a good survival food. Native Americans used this bark in the treatment of hemorrhoids...

$10.00
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Solomon's Seal
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Solomon's Seal

Polygonatum biflorum

A graceful woodland lilly with sweet scented cream flowers. The powdered root is used for swelling, bruising and inflammation. American Indians used the...

$7.50

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Tibetan Gentian
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Tibetan Gentian

Gentiana tibetica

Qin Jiao, Yellow Gentian. Another rare specimen from the Himalayas of Tibet and Western China. This hardy perennial has an attractive rosette of fleshy,...

$8.50

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Tobacco Tree
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Tobacco Tree

Nicotiana glauca

Originally from Argentina and Bolivia. This Tobacco is now widely naturalized in dry desert areas around the globe. The leaves are mild enough to provide a...

$7.95

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Virginia Snakeroot
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Virginia Snakeroot

Aristolochia serpentaria

This endangered east coast woodland plant is the food of choice for the endemic pipevine swallowtail butterfly. The aromatic root was traditionally used as...

$12.95

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