• 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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Wild Blue Indigo
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Wild Blue Indigo

Baptisia Australis

Rattle Bush. Easier species to cultivate and medicinally interchangeable with true wild indigo. Blue/green clover-like leaves can grow up to 5 feet tall...

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Culvers Root
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Culvers Root

Veronicastrum virginicum

A North American Native known for it's beautiful spikes of showy white flowers during the second year. Traditionally harvested for the roots which must be...

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Maca
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Maca

Lepidium peruvianum

Featured herb of 2013 Native to the high Andes Mountains.This radish like root has been used for thousands of years by the Inca people. It is highly...

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Sage, Scarlet
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Sage, Scarlet

Salvia coccinea

Beautiful annual sage with profuse bright scarlet blooms, which hummingbirds and butterflies love. Will over-winter in mild coastal areas and southern...

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Willow Purple
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Willow Purple

salix purpurea

Originally from Europe, this willow variety has attractive purple catkins in the spring. All willow varieties can be coppiced (repeatedly pruned) for basket...

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Echinacea Pallida
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Echinacea Pallida

Echinacea pallida

This species is native to the central plains states. Lovely rosette of narrow ,slightly fuzzy leaves with a 3 foot bloom of pretty pale pink/lavender...

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Montana White Sage
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Montana White Sage

Artemisia ludoviciana

Western Mugwort. This bitter, sharp flavored herb is used in South Western cooking and to make smudge sticks. Great for wreath making. Commonly used by...

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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...

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Yerba Del Lobo
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Yerba Del Lobo

Helenium hoopesii

Mountain Sneezeweed. This Mountain plant grows in moist valleys and along creeks above 6000 feet in parts of the Sierra Mountains, the Southern Cascade...

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Aztec Sweet Herb
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Aztec Sweet Herb

Lippia dulcis

This Mexican herb has been used since the time of the Aztecs for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma and colic. The leaves contain the intensely sweet...

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Evening Primrose, "OzarkSundrops"
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Evening Primrose, "OzarkSundrops"

Oenothera missouriensis

Huge showy yellow flowers 3-6 inches wide open every evening . This type of evening primrose is very low growing about 8 inches tall and not nearly as...

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Oca
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Oca

Oxalis tuberosa

New Zealand Yam.This delicious tuber is almost as widely grown as the potato in the Andes region of South America. Oca plants produce quantities of smaller...

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Spotted Bee Balm
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Spotted Bee Balm

Monarda Punctata

Yellow Dotted Mint. Originating from the southern and Eastern US, this unusual monarda can grow to 4 feet tall with inch long yellow blooms spotted with...

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Elder, American
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Elder, American

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Black Cottonwood
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Black Cottonwood

Populus trichocarpus

 Balsam Poplar, Tacamaha, Balm of Gilead. This stately tree which is native to the steam banks and river bottoms of the west, all the way into Alaska can...

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Gayfeather
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Gayfeather

Liatris spicata

Attractive and easy to grow plant well loved by bees ,butterflies and many other pollinators with distinctive and beautiful purple spike flowers. A poultice...

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Passionflower, Blue
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Passionflower, Blue

Passiflora caerula

Blue Passionflower, Passiflora caerula. Originating from South America, this type of passionflower is primarily enjoyed for its vigorous growth, unusual...

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Sweet Gum
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Sweet Gum

Liquidambar styraciflua

A beautiful tree with great Fall colors. The leaves release a fragrance when crushed, but the bark has even more perfume as it contains the resin called...

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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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Hedge Rose
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Hedge Rose

Rosa rugosa

This is the species rose which has giant rose hips in the fall and is an excellent source of vitamin C. The large size of these hips makes for easy picking...

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