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Wild Flower Garden For Beginners

A garden of wild flowers can transform a small area of a garden to one beaming with color. Here are a few selections to let nature bring on the color.

The light blue, bell-shaped blossoms of the Greek valerian or Jacobs ladder (Polemonium reptans) are a pleasing addition to the shaded garden or a spot with some sun. The plants I have observed grow eight to 12 inches high though it is reported to grow somewhat higher. As a boy I looked for it in April or May and knew it as the other bluebell. Actually the name bluebell means very little unless we know something of the background of the individual using it.

The Scotchman’s bluebell is a campanula, while the bluebell of English poetry is really a hyacinth. The wild flower commonly called a bluebell in this country is known botanically as Mertensia virginica. Also called the Virginia cowslip, it is an old favorite that is easily grown if given semi-shade and a good deep garden loam. In the wild it is frequently found in rich, moist soil along streams. It blooms in May.

A happy accident in our garden last season gave us the combination of wild columbine (Aquilegia canadensis) and coral honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens). The honeysuckle was growing on our garden fence with the columbine in front of it. The combination of colors was most pleasing. Actually, the coral honeysuckle is found in the wild only as it has escaped from cultivation. Both plants in our garden are in part shade though both get the mid-day sun. They both bloom in late April or May. The columbine with its scarlet and gold blossoms is one of our loveliest flowers. Easily identified by its resemblance to the cultivated columbine, it is frequently found clinging to a rocky bluff. It reseeds itself readily in the garden.

The last snow bank has hardly disappeared in early spring until we are gladdened by the sight of a drift of bloodroot with its ephemeral white blossoms. In the splendid book on “Wild Flowers of Missouri” it makes reference to the flower buds as being “wrapped in a scalloped graygreen leaf, like a blanketed papoose. Thus protected, it is “pushed up to the sunlight.” Though frequently found in open wood, the bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) adapts itself to varying situations. It is easily grown either from seeds or divisions of the fleshy roots. Though the petals fall quickly, the ileaves hold interest through most of the season.

Few wild flowers have the dainty grace of Dutchman’s breeches. The low cluster of finely cut leaves surmounted by a flower stalk, six or eight inches high, strung with four to six or possibly eight delicate, somewhat heart-shaped white flowers delight the nature lover in his April or May woodland walks.

Other names that admirers have bestowed on this little flower are bachelors kitten, little boys breeches, butterfiy banners. and soldiers caps. The botanical name is Dicentra cucullaria.

Given good drainage and partial shade such as we find in open woods, Dutchmans breeches is easily grown in good garden soil well supplied with leaf mold. It is frequently found growing in rock crevices mostly in a river rock landscape where the roots may penetrate to rich cool soil formed from the accumulation of decayed leaves. In such a location like the river rock landscape, the lichen covered stones make a perfect foil for this airy little wildling.

It grows from a tuber and is easily transplanted when dormant.

The pleasures of wild flower gardening are as real and satisfying as they are intangible and indescribable. To the wild flower lover a clump of bloodroot in an appropriate setting has an appeal equal to that of a good piece of art on canvas.

Digging wild bloodroot

Digging wild bloodroot

Digging bloodroot
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  • 100% Wild Harvested Bloodroot Tincture
  • Tinctures are cold processed and allowed to steep for 6-8 weeks, ensuring maximum potency.
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Our fresh Bloodroot Tincture is made with 100% all natural and wild harvested Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis). It has been allowed to cold cure for at least 6 weeks to ensure maximum strength.

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Image from page 212 of “The American flora : or history of plants and wild flowers : containing their scientific and general description, natural history, chemical and medical properties, mode of culture, propagation , &c., designed as a book of reference

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Title: The American flora : or history of plants and wild flowers : containing their scientific and general description, natural history, chemical and medical properties, mode of culture, propagation , &c., designed as a book of reference for botanists, physicians, florists, gardeners, students, etc.
Year: 1855 (1850s)
Authors: Strong, Asa B
Subjects: Plants Plants Wild flowers Medicinal plants
Publisher: New York : Hull & Spencer
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
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erennial and spin-dle-shaped, wliich, with the whole plant, abounds with a milky juice;ih.QJlowcr-stalk is simple, colored, shining, and unifloral; the leavesare all radical and cut in a peculiar way, forming a good example ofwhat botanists call runcinata; the seeds, on approaching to maturity,become crowned with a fine downy feather, disposed in a sphericalshape. The young leaves of this plant are very much used in thespring as a pot-herb; in some parts of Europe the roots are roastedand substituted for coffee by the poorer inhabitants, who find tliat aninfusion prepared in this way can hardly be distinguished from that ofthe coffee-berry. The root, when dry, is very much wrinkled, shrunk,and brittle, and on being broken presents a shining resinous fracture ;it has a sweetish bitter, herbaceous taste, and yields its medical prop-erties to boiling water. Medical Properties and Uses. Dandelion is generally considered by medical writers as the most active and efficacious of th 138 .^■

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n NAT. ORDER. COMPOSITE. ] 39 lactescent plants; the expressed juice is bitter and somewhat acrid;the root, however, is still more bitter, and possesses greater medicinalpower than any other part of the plant. Taraxacum has long been inrepute as a mild detergent and aperient; it is also diuretic and tonic,and has a direct action upon the liver and kidneys, exciting them whenlanguid, to action. It is most applicable to liejaatic diseases, and de-rangement of the digestive organs generally. In chronic inflammatjonsof the liver and spleen, in cases of deficient biliary secictions, and indropsical affections of the abdominal viscera, it is capable of beingvery beneficial if properly applied; from experience I can speak inits favor. Howard, in his Materia Medica, says he has used it inpulmonary diseases and found it an invaluable remedy. He believesthat if ever any one article cures a confirmed consumption, it willprove to be this. Possessed of such active and extensive medicalproperties,

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Heliotropium anomalum var. argenteum
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Hinahina or Hinahina kū kahakai
Boraginaceae (Borage family)
The variety is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands (Locally common on Niʻihau, Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, and Molokaʻi, but seemingly rare on Maui and Hawaiʻi Island. It may have formerly occurred on Lānaʻi and Kahoʻolawe)
Photo: Oʻahu (Cultivated)

The Hawaiian name hinahina refers to gray or silverish gray foliage of this plant.

When the leaves of koʻokolau (Bidens spp.) were not available, the leaves of hinahina kū hakai were brewed as a tea and believed to be a tonic by early Hawaiians. Dried leaves were used in treatment of diabetes. Too, the leaves along with alena (Boerhavia spp.) were pounded together, water added, and drunk for curing pāʻaoʻao (childhood disease, with physical weakening), ʻea (thrush), and naeʻoikū (severe asthma).

The fragrant white flowers and the succulent leaves were used, providing a long-lived attractive lei by the ancient Hawaiians.

Today, it is still used as a beautiful natural and native component of haku, though the readily available non-native Spanish moss (Tillandsia unsneoides), also called hinahina, is usually substituted.

Hinahina kū hakai was adopted in 1923 as the official flower and lei material for Kahoʻolawe, which is strange since it is not naturally found there, though it may have been in the past.

Etymology
The generic name Heliotropium is derived from the Greek helios, sun, and trope, turning, in reference to an erroneous belief that the flowers to turn to face the sun; leaves and flowers that do this are referred to as heliotropic.

The specific epithet anomalum is from the Latin anomala meaning extraordinary or abnormal.
The subspecies name argenteum means silvery.

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