• 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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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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Silver Sagebrush
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Silver Sagebrush

Artemesia Cana

Native from the Sierras, north into Canada. Strongly aromatic. Great for smudgesticks. Traditionally used by the native people of the inter-mountain west as...

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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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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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Heimia
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Heimia

Heimia salicifolia -- Sinicuiche

Glorious little shrubs for the greenhouse or warm regions. Blooms from July to September. Delicate yellow flowers and willow like leaves. Sinicuichi is new...

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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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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...

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Echinacea Paradoxa
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Echinacea Paradoxa

Echinacea paradoxa

Yellow Coneflower native to the Ozark Mountain area. This plant is relatively rare. A good choice for conservationists who would like to increase the...

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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...

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Yerba Mansa
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Yerba Mansa

Anemopsis californica

This creeping herbaceous perennial is useful against flu and arthritis. It is a diuretic and anti-inflammatory. Southwest Native Americans used this plant...

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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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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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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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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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Meadow Arnica
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Meadow Arnica

Arnica chamissonis

This variety of Arnica, which is an indigenous American species, is much easier and more productive to grow in the low elevation herb garden. It yields well...

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Sage, Black
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Sage, Black

Salvia mellifera

Another California Native. This stately sage grows into a substantial shrub up to 10 feet wide. The leaves are aromatic, deep green and textured. It blooms...

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Lemon Grass
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Lemon Grass

Cymbopogon flexuosus

Eastern Indian. The source of lemon grass oil used to flavor teas, ice cream, candy, pastries and desserts. Easy to grow and will produce a good crop of...

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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...

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Sage, Blue
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Sage, Blue

Salvia clevelandii

I love this plant! Beautiful California Native. Tall blue flower spikes with a spicy fragrance. Much loved by butterflies and humming birds. The flower...

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Stevia
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Stevia

Stevia rebaudiana

Native to Paraguay. A remarkable sugar substitute, Stevia's flavor is stable when cooked. You can use it in jams, canned fruits, cakes and cookies. Your own...

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