Containing many varieties, both ornamental and medicinal, Yarrow is a member of the Asteracea family.
The valerian family was introduced to the United States from Europe and has naturalized in cool rich, moist places.
Comfrey is native to Europe and was introduced to North America by settlers for animal fodder.
Chamomile is native to Europe and north and western Asia. It grows well in many environments
Calendula, often referred to as Pot Marigold, is a member of the Asteraceae family.
Native to Europe and Asia, elecampane is a gorgeous member of the Asteraceae family.
Native to the prairies of the Midwest, E. purpurea is one of the showier members of the Asteraceae family.
Native to Europe, this perennial was introduced to North America and is a favorite among felines and herbalists alike.
Blue vervain is an upright plant with square, greenish-red stems and opposite, lance-shaped leaves that are coarsely toothed.
Arnica is in the Asteraceae family and has lance shaped leaves that are light green and somewhat rough in texture.
Anise Hyssop is a popular ornamental plant, a favorite nectar source for pollinators, and a delicious medicinal herb.