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Lawn and Garden » Ornamentals

Displaying 51 to 55 of 89 Publications.

  • MF2610
    MF2610
    Calendula

    Historically, calendula blossoms were used to color broth, rice and other foods as a substitute for saffron, but is now primarily used as skin cream, oil or lotion.

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  • MF2633
    MF2633
    White Sage

    This sage is different than the common garden sage, which is known for its culinary and medicinal uses. White sage is often used in ceremonies, but rarely used internally.

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  • MF2614
    MF2614
    Feverfew

    Recently laboratory research and clinical trials have shown the usefulness of this plant as a preventative treatment for migraine headaches. Fresh leaves may cause dermatitis.

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  • MF2618
    MF2618
    Milk Thistle

    Milk thistle is quite attractive in the flower garden and the blooms attract butterflies. Approved in Europe for treatment of upset stomach and liver and gallbladder ailments.

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  • MF2608
    MF2608
    Borage

    Bees enjoy the prolific flowers of this green and prickly plant. The fresh leaves may cause contact dermatitis. Borage leaves contain potentially liver-toxic alkaloids.

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