• 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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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...

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Gypsywort
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Gypsywort

Lycopus europaeus

European Bugleweed, Water Horehound, Ou Di Sun. This species originating from Europe is one of the only plant remedies for an overactive thyroid gland. It...

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Pulsatilla
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Pulsatilla

Anemone pulsatilla

Wind flower. Pasque flower. The fresh plant tincture of Pulsatilla is used to calm nervous disorders associated with menopause, PMS, or insomnia. Take in...

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Tobacco, Hopi
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Tobacco, Hopi

Hopi Tobacco. A Northern hardy Tobacco strain of Tobacco with lush Green leaves and a high nicotine content. Used ceremonially by the Hopi People....

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California Poppy
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California Poppy

Eschscholzia californica

Gold Poppy. This California wild flower with it's bright orange 2 inch wide cup shaped flowers, bloom above lacy blue-green foliage in the early spring....

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Joe Pye Weed
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Joe Pye Weed

Eupatorium purpureum

Gravel Root .Traditionally the roots were used by the North American Indians and pioneers to induce sweating and as a valuable remedy for kidney problems...

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Sage Brush
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Sage Brush

Artemesia tridentata

Big sage Brush, High Desert Sage. This shrubby member of the artemesia family has been used in ceremony by Native peoples for generations. Sage brush can be...

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Twin Leaf
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Twin Leaf

Jeffersonia diphylla

Beautiful plant native to the eastern hardwood forest with a pair of vibrant leaves and a striking white flower. The root has been used as an expectorant...

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Cranberry " Ben Lear"
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Cranberry " Ben Lear"

Vaccinium macrocarpon

This is the true cranberry which produces quantities of nutritious red berries full of vitamins minerals and antioxidants. Cranberries are one of the best...

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Lily Of The Valley
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Lily Of The Valley

Convallaria majalis

This hardy groundcover has a spice-scented creeping rhizome with fragrant white flowers in the late spring followed by scarlet berries. This plant was...

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Sage, Lyreleaf
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Sage, Lyreleaf

Salvia lyrata

Cancer Weed. A plant with Dandelion like leaves. An American folk remedy for cancer. Native Americans used the roots for sores and the teas have been used...

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Wild Ginger
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Wild Ginger

Asarum caudatum

The root oil has been used in perfumes. The root, itself, is a digestive tonic prescribed for colic and flatulence. Native Americans used it as a...

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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...

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Mayapple
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Mayapple

podophyllum peltatum

American mandrake. Traditionally used by Native Americans to treat syphilis, hepatitis, fevers and constipation. A derivative of mayapple has proven...

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Sassafras
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Sassafras

Sassafras albidum

Traditionally, the Spring harvested root bark of Sassafras was used in the manufacture of root beer. It was also a folk remedy for cleansing the blood and...

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Witch Hazel
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Witch Hazel

Hammamelis virginiana

This deciduous shrub has smooth bark and fragrant late Fall flowers. A distillation of the leaves and flower bearing twigs is a powerful astringent and...

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All Heal
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All Heal

Prunella vulgaris

Sweet, low growing perennial with a creeping habit and upright flowering stems with compact purple flowers all summer. Prefers part shade and ample...

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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...

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Mugwort, Native Californian
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Mugwort, Native Californian

Artemesia douglasii

Moonwort, Kaat {Karuk Name}. One of my favorite local plants found growing from Northern Baja throughout California and much of the mountain west. Usually...

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Spikenard
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Spikenard

Aralia californica

Spikenard has an adaptogenic effect like ginseng, toning the entire system against stress and particularly strengthening for the respiratory, digestive and...

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