Friday, August 24, 2007

New at the Plant Stand: Black-Eyed Susan

Look for the latest flower to be added to the Plant Stand!

Black-Eyed Susan
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)

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