• 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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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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Yerba Mate
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Yerba Mate

Ilex paraguariensis

Originating from South America, Mate‰Ûª is a popular tea and a healthful alternative to coffee. It is a very rich source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids,...

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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...

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Passion Flower
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Passion Flower

Passiflora incarnata

This plant is an important sedative use to treat insomnia, anxiety, restlessness and nervous disorders. It is also anti-spasmodic and can help deaden nerve...

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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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Wild Yam
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Wild Yam

Dioscorea villosa

This twining perennial vine native to the hardwood forest of the eastern U.S. is an effective anti-spasmodic for the digestive system and the uterus....

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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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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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Stoneroot
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Stoneroot

Collinsonia canadensis

Traditionally the astringent rhizomes and roots are used internally for kidney and urinary stones, cystitis, diarrhea, gastroenteritis and hemorrhoids....

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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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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...

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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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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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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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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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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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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...

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Wintergreen
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Wintergreen

Gaultheria procumbens

Eastern Teaberry, Checkerberry. This shiny-leaved, aromatic ground cover with it's bright red berries and delicate, bell shaped white flowers is native to...

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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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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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