Posts Tagged ‘Echinacea’

Echinacea Student Contributor Leila Plummer

PLANT MONOGRAPH ON ECHINACEA PURPUREA Leila Plummer Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine 2013 Echinacea purpurea (Following are common names for Echinacea sp.: Echincacea, Purple Coneflower, Comb Flower, Black Sampson, Missouri Snakeroot, Kansas Snakeroot, Indian Head, Cock Up Hat, Droops, Hedgehog, Red Sunflower, Scurvy Root, Rattlesnake Weed). Energetics: a wet, cooling, spicy and sweet plant (from…

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Native Texas Edible and Medicinal Wildscape Article

Abstract:  Wildscaping and Wild Cultivation of native plants offer areas for wildlife and habitat preservation.  This article explores several native Texas plants that may be used in Wildscapes or even Wild Cultivated as sources of food and first aid remedies, or even a potential wild crop. The uses come not just from ethnobotanical information, but modern day research…

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