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Estafiate (Artemisia ludoviciana). A plant that was used in Spain (Artemisia absinthum) and in the New World. Best for stomach and intestinal upset. Also used in ceremonies.

Estafiate (Artemisia ludoviciana). A plant that was used in Spain (Artemisia absinthum) and in the New World. Best for stomach and intestinal upset. Also used in ceremonies.

Plante indestructible d'Albert Mondor: LAMIASTRUM 'Variegatum' (galeobdolon) - Faux lamier - Golden Nettle

LAMIASTRUM ‘Variegatum’ (galeobdolon) – Faux lamier – Golden Nettle

Plante indestructible d'Albert Mondor: LAMIASTRUM 'Variegatum' (galeobdolon) - Faux lamier - Golden Nettle

Sassafras Tea, the Original Hillbilly Tonic. Learn about the Sassafras tree and how to make Sassafras Tea

Sassafras Tea, the Original Hillbilly Tonic. Learn about the Sassafras tree and how to make Sassafras Tea

Common mallow -- Malva neglecta- A nutritious edible plant  (zone 3-8).  "  All parts of the mallow plant are edible -- the leaves, the stems, the flowers, the seeds, and the roots (it's from the roots that cousin Althaea gives the sap that was used for marshmallows)."

Common mallow -- Malva neglecta- A nutritious edible plant (zone 3-8). " All parts of the mallow plant are edible -- the leaves, the stems, the flowers, the seeds, and the roots (it's from the roots that cousin Althaea gives the sap that was used for marshmallows)."

Cenizo (Leucophyllum frutescens). Indigenous to the Americas. The leaves and flowers can be made into a tea to treat respiratory ailments.  The root was used historically as a treatment for scarlet fever.

Cenizo (Leucophyllum frutescens). Indigenous to the Americas. The leaves and flowers can be made into a tea to treat respiratory ailments. The root was used historically as a treatment for scarlet fever.

This plant brought over with the colonists and is naturalized in all 50 US states. Refrigerant, diuretic, deobstruent and somewhat astringent. Applied to a bleeding surface, the leaves are of some value in arresting hemorrhage. The fresh leaves are applied in the form of a poultice. Rubbed on parts of the body stung by insects, nettles, etc., or as an application to burns and scalds, the leaves will afford relief and will stay the bleeding of minor wounds.

This plant brought over with the colonists and is naturalized in all 50 US states. Refrigerant, diuretic, deobstruent and somewhat astringent. Applied to a bleeding surface, the leaves are of some value in arresting hemorrhage. The fresh leaves are applied in the form of a poultice. Rubbed on parts of the body stung by insects, nettles, etc., or as an application to burns and scalds, the leaves will afford relief and will stay the bleeding of minor wounds.

Sabal minor (Jacq.) Pers., Dwarf palmetto, Palmetto, Bush palmetto  Arecaceae (Palm Family); Native Habitat: Lowlands; swamps; river terraces; Use Ornamental: Accent tree or shrub, Winter-hardy   Use Wildlife: Cover, Fruit-birds, Fruit-mammals, Nectar-insects, Nesting site   Interesting Foliage: yes  Deer Resistant: Moderate; perennial shrub evergreen, 3-6 ft., Water Use: Medium, Light Requirement: Sun , Part Shade , Shade, Soil Moisture: Dry , Moist

Sabal minor (Jacq.) Pers., Dwarf palmetto, Palmetto, Bush palmetto Arecaceae (Palm Family); Native Habitat: Lowlands; swamps; river terraces; Use Ornamental: Accent tree or shrub, Winter-hardy Use Wildlife: Cover, Fruit-birds, Fruit-mammals, Nectar-insects, Nesting site Interesting Foliage: yes Deer Resistant: Moderate; perennial shrub evergreen, 3-6 ft., Water Use: Medium, Light Requirement: Sun , Part Shade , Shade, Soil Moisture: Dry , Moist

Galinsoga parviflora - Guasca, Galinsoga ou picão branco: um ótimo tempero e flores comestíveis

Galinsoga parviflora - Guasca, Galinsoga ou picão branco: um ótimo tempero e flores comestíveis

Purslane Recipes - "it’s that stuff that grows like, well, weeds in your garden, in your grass, in the cracks of the sidewalk … just about anywhere. But I’ll bet you didn’t know that you could eat it."

Purslane Recipes - "it’s that stuff that grows like, well, weeds in your garden, in your grass, in the cracks of the sidewalk … just about anywhere. But I’ll bet you didn’t know that you could eat it."

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