African marigold: Tagetes erecta African marigold seeds were advertised for sale in Boston in 1760. The plant is native to Mexico and Central Ameri...View full details
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Blackberry Lily: Iris domestica Iris domestica is native to North America. Its common name, blackberry lily, comes from the seed pods which form af...View full details
Cow Horn Okra: Abelmoschus esculentus Abelmoschus esculentus is believed to have originated around Ethiopia and was cultivated by the ancient Egypt...View full details
Four O'Clock: Mirabilis jalapa Mirabilis jalapa is native to the Andes Mountains in South America. In 1596, seeds were brought to England from Peru...View full details
Globe Amaranth: Gomphrena globosa Gomphrena globosa is mentioned in a letter written by John Custis, of Williamsburg, in 1742. Commenting on globe ...View full details
Great Blue Lobelia: Lobelia siphilitica Lobelia siphilitica is native to the eastern United States and was used and valued for its medicinal benefi...View full details
Silver Dollar Plant: Lunaria annua Lunaria annua was brought to North America from Europe. It was growing in American colonial gardens as early as ...View full details
Swamp Rose Mallow Hibiscus moscheutos is a marshland plant native to eastern and southern portions of North America. It has been growing in America...View full details