New at the Plant Stand: Black-Eyed Susan
Look for the latest flower to be added to the Plant Stand!
The roots but not seedheads can be used much like Echinacea. It is an astringent used as in a warm infusion as a wash for sores and swellings. The Ojibwe used it as a poultice for snake bites and to make an infusion for treating colds and worms in children.
It's also pretty, and a great late summer/early autumn splash of color for most environments.
This joina our other herbs and plants currently for sale: amaranth, basil, corn cockle, dandelion, geranium, hawkweed, lavender, mallow, mugwort, mustard, oregano, orchid, parsely, poppies, rosemary, sage, and yarrow - and will look great in one's home or garden.
Affordably priced, and only five prims. Can be modified and transferred, making it great for a gift.
Available at Livingtree (160, 166, 25)