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Missouri Botanical Garden
Some type of wasp or fly was very attracted to this plant.
less than a meter tall
several blooms of upward growing white bundles
a/k/a black snakeroot or fairy candle. ...
The TOXIC berries are not yet white. This was right in a patch with
Perennial plant with large compound leaves. Leaves have a serrated edge. ...
White flower spire with three leaflets and coarsely serrated leaf margins
Tall gracefully curved multi-flower spike (white) with triplet compound and ...
thought to repel insects, hence he common name 'bugbane.'
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