|HERBS & FLOWERS
HARDY PERENNIAL-ZONES 5-9
1 ft. to 3 ft. X 6 in. to 12 in
Showy edging plant with glossy dark green
leaves and rosy flowers. Infusion quiets upset
stomach and promotes appetite. Once
enjoyed considerable reputation in the
treatment of gout and snakebites.
Mature Height: 8-10 ft. Mature Width: 8-10 ft.
Studies have shown that the little berry from the
Goji shrub is one of the most nutritious and
powerful foods in the world! Goji, from the
Himalayas, is packed full of antioxidants, amino
acids and essential fatty acids.
|GAURA "ROSY JANE"
Gaura lindheimeri ‘Rosy Jane’
HARDY PERENNIAL- ZONES 5-9
Compact grower to 24 in. tall and wide.
A superior selection for its exceptionally low
branching, compact habit and airy white flowers
edged with bright picotee pink. Good for mixed
perennial borders, containers & cut flowers.
Tolerates drought, heat & humidity.
HARDY PERENNIAL – ZONES 4-9
SEMI SHADE – SOME SUN
Height: 10-12 inches. Width: 12-14 inches
Leaves are medium-sized and change from peach to gold to
champagne-gold over the season and feature a strong white veil
overlay. Free-flowering maroon stems with light peach flowers
most of the season. Protect from hot afternoon sun to prevent
Alum-root, as its name would indicate, is a powerful astringent of
such intensity as seldom to be administered internally.
HARDY PERENNIAL VINE
SUN – PART SHADE
Well known flavoring for beer.
Important medicinally for its calming
effect. A pillow stuffed with hops
flowers will overcome insomnia.
Tall, fast growing vine.
HARDY PERENNIAL- ZONES 4-8
24-36 inches high; 20 inches wide
Horehound candies, once the sovereign remedy
for coughs, are still remembered by some.
Infusion is useful for weak stomach, lack of
appetite and persistent bronchitis
PERENNIAL ZONE 4-9
SUN – PART SHADE
Height: 6-12 in. Width: 6-12 in.
(Johnny-jump-up)Old English favorite.
Charming purple, lavender and yellow
flowers held former romantic connotations
between courting couples. Flowers are
edible. Medicinally for dropsy, respiratory
catarrh and skin eruptions.
HARDY PERENNIAL-ZONE 5-11
Height from 2 1/2' to 6' and older plants can
reach a Width of up to 3'
A mid to late summer bloomer, also known as
Rose Mallow, or Swamp Mallow. It produces
large and showy disc-shaped flowers. The plant
habit is bushy enough to give a shrub like
A 2008 USDA study shows consuming Hibiscus
Tea lowers blood pressure
HARDY PERENNIAL ZONES 4-9
Height 3 ft. to 6 ft.
Spread1 ft. to 3 ft
This clump-forming perennial bears striking,
sunflower-like yellow blooms on long stalks from
midsummer to early autumn.
Tolerates drought, but does better if regularly
watered. Tolerates wide range of soils, including poor
ones. Tolerates some light shade, but plants grown in
too much shade tend to require support. Remove
spent flowers to extend the blooming season. Attracts
HARDY PERENNIAL-ZONES 3-9
Height: From 1 to 8 feet. Width: 2-3 feet
Slightly bitter leaves are finely chopped on salad,
game meats, soups and stews. Helps digestion.
Essential oil used in perfumery. Showy spikes of blue
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Blanket Flower “Arizona Red Shades”
HARDY PERENNIAL- Zones 3-10
Height: 8-12 inches. Width: 12-16 inches
Tea of root for gastroenteritis, chewed powdered root
applied to skin disorders. Sore nipples of nursing
mothers bathed in tea made from the plant, also used
for sore eyes. Masses of large, deep red blossoms are
produced all summer, even under hot and dry
conditions. Very floriferous. Occasional yellow
accents and centers as tips mature.
Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'
HARDY SHRUB- ZONES 4-9
Growing 4 to 6 feet in height and width,
Once established, it produces enormous, 12-inch, globe-
shaped flowerheads of snowy white starting in early
summer and increasing in size until mid- to late summer
The name hydrangea comes from the Greek word
meaning "water vessel", very appropriate due to its action
on our water processing organs. Hydrangea is indigenous
to the United States. Most of hydrangea’s health benefits
come from the root, which is usually collected in the fall.
The most common use for hydrangea is for the kidneys
and bladder because of its effective diuretic quality which
helps increase the flow of urine. This takes impurities out
of the system and lessens the likelihood of infection along
the entire urinary tract, which includes the kidneys, bladder,
prostate (in men) and urethra.