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- Dogbane: Correspondences
- Apocynum androsaemifolium Folk Names: Gender: Feminine Planet: Element: Deity: Power: Love...
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- Controlling Hemp Dogbane
- Controlling Hemp Dogbane. HEMP DOGBANE is a perennial weed that reproduces by seed, by crown buds, or by over- wintering rootstocks.
- Identification and Control of Hemp Dogbane (Apocynum
- Identification and Control of Hemp Dogbane. (Apocynum cannabinum) in Virginia . CONTROL IN CORN.
- HEMP DOGBANE is a perennial weed that
- HEMP DOGBANE is a perennial weed that reproduces by seed, by crown buds, or by over- wintering rootstocks.
- Plant guide for Jones' waxy dogbane (Cycladenia humilis var. jonesii)
- Plant Guide. JONES' WAXY. DOGBANE.
- APOCYNACEAE - DOGBANE FAMILY
- APOCYNACEAE - DOGBANE FAMILY. Plant: herbs, woody vines, shrubs and trees. Stem: often with milky juice.
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- Tag and release a monarch butterfly at Hawk Mountain
- Other native plants available for sale will include butterfly host plants such as butterfly weed and dogbane, and butterfly nectar plants such as cardinal flower and grey goldenrod.
- Butterflies: Walk and Talk teaches you about butterfly anatomy Saturday in
- For example, the Zebra Swallowtail caterpillar is hosted by the Pawpaw flowers in New Quarter and the adult butterflies feed on the nectar of Dogbane, Joe Pye Weed, Buddleia, Blueberry, and Privet.
Suggested Web Resources
- Dogbane - Apocynum cannabinum L.
- The common name, Dogbane, refers to the plant's toxic nature, which has been described as "poisonous to dogs." Apocynum means "Away dog!
- Apocynum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Apocynum, commonly known as Dogbane and Indian Hemp, is a genus of the plant family of the Apocynaceae with seven species.
- Cordage - Dogbane
- Dogbane Cordage. Very good cordage can be made from Dogbane.
- DOGBANE - NativeTech: Indigenous Plants & Native Uses in the
- Food: Although a relative of milkweed, dogbane is much more toxic. Medicine: The roots are used for heart stimulants.
- Dogbane Cordage - YouTube
- Feb 9, 2009 Hemp Dogbane (aka Indian Hemp) is a common North American plant that has been used for making cordage for thousands of years.
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