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wanted: wanted: united plant savers?

Posted by boredsogarden 8 VA (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 8, 14 at 13:41

I was hoping to join...or start...a chain of like-minded individuals to exchange, propagate, and continue the preservation of plants. I am going off of the "United Plant Savers List of Herbs and Analogs" here. Threatened herbs are below. Please let me know if you have them, and I will let you know what I have. Then, if we could keep the chain going...that would be wonderful! :)
[Alphabetical by Common Name]

American Ginseng
Panax quinquefolia

Arnica sp.

Black Cohosh
Cimicifuga racemosa

Sanguinaria Canadensis

Blue Cohosh
Caulophyllum thalictroides

Cascara sagrada
Rhamnus purshiana

Echinacea spp.

Elephant Tree
Bursera microphylla

Euphrasia sp.

Gentiana sp

Hydrastis canadensis

Coptis sp.

Helonias Root
Chamailirium luteum

Kava, Wild Hawaiian
Piper methysticum

Lady�s Slipper Orchid
Cypridium sp.

Lobelia inflate

Lomatium dissectum

Oregon Grape
Mahonia aquifolium

Ligusticum porteri, L. sp.

Partridge Berry
Mitchella repens

Chimaphila umbellata
Slippery Elm
Ulmus rubra

Aralia racemosa, A. californica

Collinsonia canadensis

Drosera rotundifolia

Trillium (a.k.a. Beth Root)
Trillium erectum

True Unicorn
Aletris farinosa

Turkey Corn
Dicentra canadensis

Venus� Fly Trap
Dionaea muscipula

Virginia Snake Root
Aristolochia serpentaria

Zingiber officinale

White Sage
Salvia apiana

Wild Indigo
Baptisia tinctoria

Wild Yam
Dioscorea villosa

Yerba Mansa
Anemopsis californica

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RE: wanted: wanted: united plant savers?

Great idea. I don't have any of the list present.

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