Other Names: Blue Cardinal Flower, Blue Lobelia, Great Blue Lobelia, Great Lobelia, High-lobelia, Indian Tobacco, Lobelia
Habitat: Perennial herb native to Eastern N. America from Maine to S. Dakota, south to Texas and Missouri. Found growing in moist woods, stream and pond banks, and marshes. A beautiful garden border plant, cultivation is fairly easy, Lobelia prefers light to medium moist, well drained soils and...
Blue Cohosh herb
Near Monteagle Tennessee
Blue Cohosh is a woodland plant that is becoming endangered due to over harvesting. It is difficult to grow from seed, though root divisions do well in simulated woodland environment. Blue Cohosh is a small plant that rarely grows more than 2 1/2 feet ( .60 m) in height.
Blue Cohosh is used in herbal medicine as a uterine tonic, and as an aid in difficult menstruation....
Coon root, Indian paint, Red Puccoon,Red root, Tetterwort
Bloodroot is endangered and should be cultivated. Do not harvest from the wild.
Habitat: (Sanguinaria canadensis)
North American native perennial herb growing in shaded, moist, rich woodlands from Quebec south to Florida and west to Kansas. Endangered species in some areas. Cultivation: cultivation is achieved from seed or root cuttings, prefers...
American Baneberry, Black snakeroot, Bugbane, Bugwort, Cimicifuga, Rattleroot, Rattleweed, Squawroot.
Black Cohosh is endangered and should be cultivated. Do not harvest from the wild.
One of our native North American perennial herbs, black cohosh can be found from southern Canada to the Appalachian Mountains and as far south as Georgia and Missouri. Growing mostly on hillsides and open woods...
Allegheny Blackberry, American Blackberry, Bly, Bramble, Bramble-Kite, Brambleberry, Brameberry, Brummel
(Rubus allegheniensis) Shrub or cane, perennial, native to Eastern N. America from Nova Scotia to Ontario, New York, Virginia and North Carolina south. Found in dry thickets, clearings and woodland margins, fence rows, open meadows, roadsides and waste places.
Medicinal value It is a herbal tea that is used to treat colic, gas, indigestion, hepatitis, and heartburn. It is also a remedy for afflictions of the respiratory system, liver problems and digestive difficulties. This herb also promotes circulation and energy in the body, often stimulates circulation in the pelvic region and also stimulates suppressed menstruation. It is advisable not to be used by pregnant women...