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- Shady/Dry Garden
- 12 - Ar Actea racemosa (Cimicfuga) - Black cohosh. 9 - Aa Ageratina altissima ( Eupatorium rugosum) - White snakeroot.
- PLANTS NOT FAVORED BY DEER In a matter of moments, a
- Chrysanthemum coccineum Painted Daisy. Chrysanthemum x superbum Shasta Daisy. Chrysanthemum parthenium Feverfew.
- Discourage Deer
- Actaac (Cimicfuga) .................................... Bugbanes. Adenophora lilifolia .................
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- Cimicfuga (Bugbane). Cornus (Bunchberry). Dicentra (Bleeding Heart).
- SEED PRICE LIST 2011
- ACTAEA RACEMOSA (CIMICFUGA). BUGBANE. 420.
- FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM, BLACK COHOSH, Cimicfuga
- Holistic Wellness - materia medica of medicinal herbs.
- Cimicfuga, Chocoholic - Cimicifuga 'Chocoholic' PPAF
- Beautiful purplish-black, lacy foliage adds wonderful texture and color to the shade garden. This shorter version of Cimicifuga grows a manageable 2-3' tall.
- Black Cohosh-Actaea (Cimicfuga) Racemosa - Northeast Herbal
- Northeast School of Botanical Medicine of Ithaca, New York offers a comprehensive, practical, hands-on education in herbal medicine.
- Black Cohosh [NCCAM Health Information]
- Apr 1, 2011 What the science says about the safety of black cohosh and its use for treating menopause symptoms, plus resources for more information.
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