• 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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Sweet Cicely
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Sweet Cicely

myrrhis odorata

Native to Europe and parts of Asia. The lacey, light green leaves have a fern like appearance with delicate white umbel flowers up to 4 feet in height. The...

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Sweet Flag Licorice
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Sweet Flag Licorice

Accorus gramineus

Sweet Flag Licorice. Acorus gramineus, Dwarf Sedge, Japanese Sweet Flag, Chinese Sweet Flag, Sekisho {Japanese} Shi Chang Pu {Chinese}. This water loving...

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Sweet Grass
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Sweet Grass

Hierochloe odorata

This is the Sweet Grass used by Native Americans to scent hair and clothes and is also burned as in ceremony as an incense. Perennial. Hardy to zone 3.

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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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Sweet Marjoram
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Sweet Marjoram

Origanum majorana

Originating from North Africa, SE Asia and the Mediterranean, this lovely herb was known to the Greeks as ‰ÛÏJoy Of The Mountain‰Û, representing...

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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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Syrian Rue
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Syrian Rue

Peganum harmala

This desert plant, native to South Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean is well known as the source of red dye for Persian carpets. The seed is used as a...

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