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1 2 Herb Robert

Herb Robert

by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

2 0 Stinging Nettle

Stinging Nettle

by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Native medicinal & edible

0 0 Chamomile


by solleone2010Camaiore, Toscana, Italy

0 0 Valerian


by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

2 1 Self-Heal


by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom


0 0 Yarrow


by annekschmittPennsylvania, USA

3 1 Heartsease/Wild Pansy

Heartsease/Wild Pansy

by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom


0 2 Comfrey


by skye.helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Bocking 14

0 0 False Daisy

False Daisy

by sghosh91Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Peet Bhringaraj, medicinal

1 0 Comfrey


by birdlady6000Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada

1 0 St. Johns-wort

St. Johns-wort

by chesterbperrySignal Mountain, Tennessee, USA

Mountain side

0 0 St John's Wort

St John's Wort

by KarenSaxtonBelmopan, Belize

Yellow flowered medicinal

11 3 Assassin Bug

Assassin Bug

by pamsaiSifundza seLubombo, Swaziland

Seen on an Adenium flower in an abandoned

1 0 Greater plantain

Greater plantain

by SuzannaSetiawatyJawa Barat, Indonesia

2 3 blue cohosh

blue cohosh

by AnnaWhipkeyIndiana, USA

spring wildflower with greenish flower

1 1 Nodding Trillium

Nodding Trillium

by AnnaWhipkeyIndiana, USA

found in a gorge in midwestern hardwood forest

1 0 Judean Wormwood

Judean Wormwood

by Bernadette Sدهب, جنوب سيناء, Egypt

Fragrant desert herb used

2 2 Akarkara herb

Akarkara herb

by Harsha SinghHimachal Pradesh, India

This herb (leaf) is used as a

0 0 Purple Coneflower

Purple Coneflower

by HeatherMillerDecatur, Georgia, USA

1st picture is color corrected after the shot.

0 2 Purple Loosestrife

Purple Loosestrife

by JVMPittsburgh, Pennsylvania


1 1 Calendula, pot marigold

Calendula, pot marigold

by KristalWatrousCollege township, Pennsylvania, USA

Cultivated in my garden. Planted from seed.

0 1 Spotting


by ZahirAbdulLatheefBengaluru (ಬೆಂಗಳೂರು), Karnataka, India

Has a distinctive smell. It's dried and powdered to be used in Indian curries. ...

0 1 Spiral Ginger

Spiral Ginger

by SatyenMehtaMadhya Pradesh, India

A medicinal

1 0 Snakeroot


by NuwanChathurangaAlawwa, Sri Lanka

It is one of the 50 fundamental herbs used ...

1 0 (Chinese) Peony

(Chinese) Peony

by StephanieSJBerkeley, California, USA

in UC Botanical Garden's Chinese Medicinal ...

0 0 Lesser Celandine

Lesser Celandine

by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Pilewort - early spring flower

1 0 Osbeckia octranda

Osbeckia octranda

by SachindraUmeshSri Lanka

Osbeckia octandra ( Heen bowitiya in Sinhala) is used as a Ayurvedic/

0 0 St. John's Wort

St. John's Wort

by JamieGibsonEthingtonMissouri, USA

A medicinal

0 0 Spotting


by LittlebarkUSA

Maybe it's dwarf ginsing

3 0 Achiote, Annatto

Achiote, Annatto

by YoliePuerto Rico, Puerto Rico

Achiote (Bixa orellana) is a shrub or small tree originating from the tropical ...

0 0 Cleavers


by nernostendorfCincinnati, Ohio, USA

Cleavers is a leggy plant who's most distinguishing characteristic is it's ...

0 0 Texas Vervain

Texas Vervain

by AmyGabyMassingillTexas, USA

Petals are bluish lavender, lilac, or rarely white.

0 3 Spotting


by SarahHueneckeDuluth, Minnesota, USA

New at identifying, specifically looking for

0 0 Oregano/Navadna dobra misel

Oregano/Navadna dobra misel

by UrsulaDomžale, Zahodna Slovenija, Slovenia

Also called wild marjoram and divji majaron/origano in slovenian.

0 0 Aloe vera

Aloe vera

by HalleyRaiMadhyamanchal, Nepal

this is a herb and a

1 0 Tataruman


by Jason AlexanderDaerah Khusus Ibu Kota Jakarta, Indonesia

Hydrangeaceae. It is an important herb in ...

0 0 Common Selfheal

Common Selfheal

by Charlotte.FletcherCharlotte, North Carolina, USA

perennial herb, in the mint family, 1 foot ...

0 1 great mullein

great mullein

by AnnaWhipkeyIndiana, USA

throughout the world, the value of Great Mullein as a proven

0 0 Valerian


by Jen Draude-WilsonNashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA

Valerian, in pharmacology and herbal

0 0 Bunchberry


by LucasJMooreOntario, Canada

Produces scarlet fruit in late summer which is edible raw and cooked. Seeds ...

2 0 Herb-Robert


by OliviaGNordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

Herb-Robert has been used in traditional ...

1 2 Common Rue

Common Rue

by Marta RubioTexeiraLeuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium

cultivated as both a medicinal

1 2 Cleome Herb ~ Samwa

Cleome Herb ~ Samwa

by Bernadette SEgypt

The cleome herb is called samwa in Arabic ...

0 0 Narrowleaf plantain

Narrowleaf plantain

by PhotoginTNHohenwald, Tennessee, USA

The plant is a rosette-forming perennial

1 1 Clary Sage

Clary Sage

by Christine Y.Connecticut, USA

The flowers are lilac in color and are produced in whorls on the top of the ...

0 0 Chickweed, Common

Chickweed, Common

by addiemNorth Carolina, USA

. Edible weed great in salads. Medicinal ...

0 0 Dotted Loosestrife

Dotted Loosestrife

by KostasZontanos

Lysimachia punctata is described from Holland. It is distributed in west, ...

0 0 Kangaroo Paw

Kangaroo Paw

by Aonach_EagachAdelaide, South Australia, Australia

Yellow variety of kangaroo paw, Haemodoraceae family which is a small group of ...

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