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K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

K-State Research and Extension Bookstore

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Kansas State University
Manhattan KS 66506-3402

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Lawn and Garden » Ornamentals

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  • MF2611
    Evening Primrose

    Evening primrose opens its flowers only in evening. Oil from seed is the most common medicinal product. Good source of gamma-linolenic acid; potential to reduce seizure threshold.

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  • MF2636
    All Heal/Self Heal

    Research suggests the plant possesses antibiotic, hypotensive and antimutagenic qualities. acid. Rich in natural antioxidant compounds, contains more rosmarinic acid than rosemary.

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  • MF2626
    Round-headed Lespedeza

    The plant (bush clover) contains several biologically active compounds and is worthy of more research. Pharmaceutical preparations are manufactured in Europe from this plant.

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  • MF2617
    Marsh Mallow

    Some believe marshmallows were originally made from the root of this plant, cooked with sugar and whipped until they were fluffy. Marsh mallow is a beautiful plant in the landscape.

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  • MF2615
    Joe Pye Weed

    This herb is named after a New England medicine man who used it to induce sweating in people with typhus fever. The flowers are very nice.

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