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Amaranth Leaves, Asparagus, Beeweed, Carrots, Chile, Corn, Goosefoot,. Greens, Hominy, Hot Purslane, Navajo Spinach, Prickly Pear Pads,.
Investigations of Paints on Ancestral Puebloan Black-on-white
tions derived from various plants, commonly Rocky. Mountain beeweed (Cleome serrulata Pursh).
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A Look Back in Time: Hidden from view
"[T]he ancient peoples feasted on cactus, bee weed, wild mustard and rose, and assorted grasses. ... "Most BLM budget money is earmarked for mineral exploration and grazing activity on public lands.

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Cleome serrulata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Poultices of bee weed can be used on the eyes.
Sacramento Bee -- Weed Wars
Must be Fly-Weed. Or Bee-Weed. No, It's Butterfly-weed! (Asclepias
Nature: Butterfly-weed, Asclepias tuberosa, is an orange-flowered milkweed that is attractive to the Monarch and other butterflies.
Rocky Mountain Beeweed - FOOD RESOURCE - OREGON STATE

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