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American Beautyberry

A beautiful native plant that propagates easily and has numerous beneficial uses for humans and animals alike.

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Chamberbitter

This small plant is a troublesome and prolific weed for gardeners but has a host of health benefits and has been used by indeginous people and in Traditional Chinese Medicine for generations.

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Chickweed

Edible, nutritious, and medicinal this weed is a springtime favorite of herbalists.

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Dandelion

A common yard “weed” with an iconic yellow flower and puffy white seed heads, every part of the dandelion has a wealth of medicinal benefits.

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Elderberry‌

A small fast-growing tree with striking white flowers and dark purple berries, this plant is world famous for its immune-boosting properties.

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Goat’s Foot

A common tropical creeping vine that grows on the sandy parts of beaches, goat’s foot is salt tolerant and propagates naturally by ocean dispersal (reproduces by sending its seeds, sea beans, floating out by ocean currents).

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Gotu Kola

Often referred to as the “herb of longevity” or “miracle elixir of life,” gotu kola is a staple in traditional Chinese (TCM), Indonesian, and Ayurvedic medicine.

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Japanese Thistle

While it may be a mean looking plant, it is a powerful herbal ally for pollinators, animals, and humans alike.

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Loquat

The Loquat, a tree native to Japan, is easy to identify and is commonly grown in the Southern US as an ornamental and fruit bearing tree. Loquat fruit, seeds, and leaves are full of beneficial plant compounds and have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years.

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Meadow Garlic

A perennial leafy survivor that thrives in grassy areas and produces edible flowering bulbs.

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Mexican Mint

A hardy, ubiquitous, and easy to grow evergreen plant that is good for the garden, kitchen, and apothecary.

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Mint

Mint is a prolific and easy to grow herb. It comes in many varieties and has a long list of medicinal and culinary uses.

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Pepperweed

Well known and used in Cuba for ailments related to the kidneys and respiratory issues.

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Pine

Pine trees are a common tree with a host of medicinal and utilitarian uses. There are seven varieties of pine native to Florida and countless more introduced varieties.

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Rosemary

This aromatic evergreen shrub is currently being researched for its potential benefits to alleviate complications caused by obesity and diabetes, inflammation-associated conditions, and neurological deficits.

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Sea Grape

This small sprawling tree has large tropical looking leaves that make it popular as a landscaping tree in beach communities. The fruits and leaves are edible and have a number of medicinal properties.

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Sea Oxeye

A daisy-like salt marsh flower that is common to Florida beaches.

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Shepherd’s Needles

A common wildflower that grows in fields and lawns across the Southeast, Shepherd’s Needles has a wealth of medicinal and food value.

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Spiderwort

A striking and easily identifiable plant that grows throughout North Florida. Spiderwort blooms throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn.

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Violet

These small shade-loving plants cover our forest floors in spring and autumn. One of the first flowers of the season, violets have a lot to offer pollinators. As a medicinal herb used for thousands of years, they have a lot to offer us too.

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