Plants

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Nasturtium

Nasturtium

Nasturtium (Tropaeolum) literally translates as nose twister. This ornamental flower is good for the garden because it repels many pests, like bugs and beetles. Read More
North American Tiger Lily

North American Tiger Lily

The North American Tiger Lily, Lilium columbianum, can be found in North America in areas such as California, Idaho, Nevada, and southern British Columbia. Read More
Poison Oak

Poison Oak

Poison Oak leaves start out green in the spring and turn bright red in the fall. Poison Oak inhabits coastal headland to elevations of around 4500 feet. Read More
Taproot

Taproot

A taproot is the largest root of a plant from which the smaller roots branch. Plants that have taproots are difficult to remove, such as the dandelion. Read More
Teasel

Teasel

Teasel plants are of the genus Dipsacus, and are a perennial flower easily identified by their spherical and prickly heads. The plants grow from 3 to 8 feet. Read More
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