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Impatiens capensis POTW
Ornamental Jewelweed
Ornamental Jewelweed. Family: Balsaminaceae. Impatiens glandulifera Royle glandulifera.
Blow your horn for the trumpet shaped flowers of jewelweed! These
Blow your horn for the trumpet shaped flowers of jewelweed! These pretty petals do more than just beautify the wet woodlands.
Glacier Highway ~16 Mile: Ornamental Jewelweed Impatienns
It is the only recorded sighting of Ornamental Jewelweed outside of cultivation in Juneau Ornamental Jewelweed has been known to travel 1-3 miles in a year.
Impatiens pallida Nutt. Pale Jewel-weed
Pale Jewel-weed. Aids to Identification: Pale jewel-weed is a wildflower closely related to our common and ubiquitous touch-me-not or jewelweed (I. capensis).

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Native perspective
At the state parks
Q&A: Joseph T. Malak
So, next time you successfully treat your child's poison ivy with jewelweed or clear up your infant's skin by giving her a probiotic and vitamin D, share that success with your pediatrician. You might spark some interest.
Hummingbirds and butterflies delight in Durham Region
Now that the zinneas are in full bloom and the jewelweed is starting to flower, there's much more to tempt migrants to stop in for a drink and a rest, leading to lots of aerodynamic action as our resident hummer protects "his" property.
Summer Wildflower Walk
Ivy Creek Foundation and Virginia Native Plants Society invite nature lovers and others to walk with botanist Gay Frix to see the spectacular late blooming wildflowers of summer.

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Jewelweed, Poison Ivy Treatment from Nature
Jewelweed is used as a natural poison ivy treatment. Jewelweed descriptions, pictures and products.
Impatiens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Common names include impatiens, jewelweeds, and, somewhat ambiguously, " balsams" and "touch-me-nots".
Jewelweed grows up to five feet tall, branching toward the top, and toughening with age. ThereĆ­s a clear, watery liquid inside, especially in the nodes.
Jewel Weed - Touch Me Not - Impatiens - A Very Effective Poison Ivy
The stem should be crushed and the juice rubbed into the skin affected - symptoms will not appear or will be much less troublesome.
PLANTS Profile for Impatiens capensis (jewelweed) | USDA PLANTS
A PLANTS profile of Impatiens capensis (jewelweed) from the USDA PLANTS database.

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