• 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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Native American

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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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Goldenrod
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Goldenrod

Solidago canadensis

This plant Native to the Americas has beautiful Sprays of golden flower that can reach 3 feet forat least .The tea or tincture of the flowering plant is a...

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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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Pennyroyal Dwarf
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Pennyroyal Dwarf

Mentha pulegium

A nice creeping variety that looks good between stepping stones. Has peppermint scented leaves that repel ants and fleas and used for delayed menstruation....

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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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Sweet Violet
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Sweet Violet

Viola odorata

Originating from Eurasia, these sweet woodland perennials are a treat to the eye in early spring. The delicate scalloped leaves form a spreading rosette,...

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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...

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Butterbur (Petasites palmatus)
Butterbur
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Butterbur

Petasites palmatus

Western Coltsfoot Native to moist shady areas of western North America the root and leaf are used for respiratory complaints such as bronchitis, asthma and...

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Hoja Santa, acuo
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Hoja Santa, acuo

Piper auritum

Root Beer Plant. Used as both a culinary herb and medicinally in Mexico and Guatemala. The distinctive root beer flavored leaves are used to wrap various...

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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...

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NavajoTea Plains
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NavajoTea Plains

Thelesperma filifolium

Greenthread, Dep'E Tewa (meaning Coyote Plant). This is an attractive plant with finely divided thread-like leaves and yellow coreopsis-like flowers. Native...

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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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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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Wild Indigo
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Wild Indigo

Baptisia tinctoria

This is the species most commonly used for its medicinal root. The plant is a little trickier in a garden setting. It prefers very good drainage and does...

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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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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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