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  • MF2625
    MF2625
    Red Clover

    Red clover is a common forage crop. Demand is high for quality red clover blossoms, but harvest is labor-intensive. Historically valued for its use in controlling coughs.

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  • MF2611
    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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  • MF2618
    MF2618
    Milk Thistle

    Milk thistle is quite attractive in the flower garden and the blooms attract butterflies. Approved in Europe for treatment of upset stomach and liver and gallbladder ailments. 4-page, b/w.

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  • MF2620
    MF2620
    Narrow-Leaved/Pale Purple Coneflower

    Echinacea pallida has been approved by European physicians for use against fevers and colds. E. angustifolia is more in demand and has been more extensively used historically.

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  • MF2608
    MF2608
    Borage

    Bees enjoy the prolific flowers of this green and prickly plant. The fresh leaves may cause contact dermatitis. Borage leaves contain potentially liver-toxic alkaloids.

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