* Agave utahensis is a rosette-shaped agave having blue-green sharp-spiked leaves. It is an uncommon plant of the United States' desert southwest, in the states of Utah, Nevada, Arizona and California.
* Hippocrepis emerus or the scorpion senna is a species of perennial plant belonging to the genus Hippocrepis in the Fabaceae family. * This plant occurs in northeastern Spain and in central Mediterranean countries up to northern Europe and to Asia Minor...
Sinensis has in vitro effects that may be indicative of antiallergic activities, possibly due to the saponins in fruits. Gleditsia sinensis has been used in China for at least 2000 years as a detergent.
Quantity: 1.24 lb
Common Name: Chinese Honeylocust, Soap Bean, Soap Pod
* Common names in other Namibian language groups Oshiwambo Otjiherero Kavango languages Omuwombamenje Caprivi languages Setswana Afrikaans Lemoendoring Deutsch Khoekhoegowab Bushman languages Gruenhaarbaum ?Khas
* It is largely confined to very infertile , excessively well-drained, sandy habitats where competition from larger-growing species is minimized by the harsh growing conditions, as in the Florida scrub .
* Quercus turbinella is a species of oak known by the common names Sonoran scrub oak and shrub live oak . It is native to northwestern Mexico and the southwestern United States from far eastern California to southwest Colorado , Rio Grande New Mexico...
* Roots yield up to 6% gutta-percha, a non-elastic rubber used as an electrical insulator and in making plastics etc. * This is one of the most common species in the genus. Its growth is quite variable under both cultivated and wild conditions.
* Gambel oak ( Quercus gambelii ) is a deciduous small tree or large shrub widespread in the foothills and lower mountain elevations of the central southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico : its range is centered on the Colorado Plateau –...
* Rough gray bark, bright green leaves; native to Monterey County, California * Cupressus goveniana is a species of cypress endemic to coastal California in the United States , where it is found in small, scattered populations, not in large forests.
* Grown for its masses of glorious, delicate, white, slightly fragrant flowers in May; of open, spreading habit; native to the southeastern United States but hardy nearly everywhere; dark green leaf sometimes a golden yellow in fall.
* Trees are very drought tolerant and are planted on slopes in its native range in order to prevent soil erosion. The leaves are scale-like, 2-5 mm long, and produced on rounded (not flattened) shoots.
It is native to the southeastern United States , occurring on the coastal plain from Delaware south to central Florida , and west to southeast Louisiana . * The American Turkey Oak ( Quercus laevis ) is a member of the red oak group of oaks .
It is usually found in small, scattered populations, not in large forests, at altitudes of 900-2000 m. * Cupressus bakeri , the Modoc Cypress , Siskiyou Cypress or Baker Cypress , is a species of cypress native to the United States , in a restricted area...
Common Name: Siskiyou Cypress, Modoc Cypress, Baker's Cypress, Wolf Siskiyou Cypress
It is native to eastern Asia from the Himalaya east to Japan * Evergreen except in cold climates; delicate compound leaves, reddish when new, later blue-green; attractive white flowers in panicles atop the stems, followed by beautiful bright red berries;...
It has also been used as a lining in shoes to absorb moisture and to keep the feet warmer. It grows at 970–2300 m altitude. The bark is employed as a tinder and is also made into a slow match or can be shredded, bound into bundles and used as a torch...
Botanical Name: Juniperus monosperma
Common Name: Cherrystone Juniper, Oneseed Juniper, Single-seed Juniper
* When the bark or leaves are cut they secrete a reddish resin, one of several sources of substances known as dragon's blood. Dragon's blood has a number of traditional medical uses, although dragon's blood obtained from Dracaena draco was not known until...
The leaves are long-stalked and uniquely divided into two leaflets about 1 1/2 inches long. Named for Ferdinand Roemer, a German geologist who collected specimens in the New Braunfels, Texas, area from 1845-47.