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10 remarkably useful plants you can find in the wild

Mirabilis jalapa 'Limelight Rose' (four o'clock flower) - sun/ps, 2-3x2-3, avg-moist, blooms april-october, will die if frost, readily self seeds so expect volunteers, also has very deep tubers difficult to remove (so seed & tubers).

Mirabilis jalapa 'Limelight Rose' (four o'clock flower) - sun/ps, 2-3x2-3, avg-moist, blooms april-october, will die if frost, readily self seeds so expect volunteers, also has very deep tubers difficult to remove (so seed & tubers).

"Mullein root to facilitate 'proper alignment'. It may be that there are broken bones that need to line up, or it could be a spinal misalignment.  Matthew Wood says, “It has a moistening, lubricating effect on the synovial membranes… so that it is hydrating to the spine and joints. It is often indicated in back injuries."

"Mullein root to facilitate 'proper alignment'. It may be that there are broken bones that need to line up, or it could be a spinal misalignment. Matthew Wood says, “It has a moistening, lubricating effect on the synovial membranes… so that it is hydrating to the spine and joints. It is often indicated in back injuries."

Peach Tree. Check out Morgan's review of E. Nesbit's The Railway Children here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/morgan-reviews-the-railway-children/

Peach Tree. Check out Morgan's review of E. Nesbit's The Railway Children here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/morgan-reviews-the-railway-children/

Horsetail Horesetail inhabits areas close to rivers and streams throughout North America and can grow up to a foot tall. Look for bright green leafless, tubular stems that grow to a point, and collect the entire plant. Chop and boil the plant and apply the decoction to wounds to decrease bleeding and speed healing. You can also drink horsetail tea to ease stomachaches and treat kidney problems, and the plant can even be used as a natural toothbrush in a pinch.

10 remarkably useful plants you can find in the wild

Horsetail Horesetail inhabits areas close to rivers and streams throughout North America and can grow up to a foot tall. Look for bright green leafless, tubular stems that grow to a point, and collect the entire plant. Chop and boil the plant and apply the decoction to wounds to decrease bleeding and speed healing. You can also drink horsetail tea to ease stomachaches and treat kidney problems, and the plant can even be used as a natural toothbrush in a pinch.

10 remarkably useful plants you can find in the wild

10 remarkably useful plants you can find in the wild

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