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Agastache - attracts dozens of bumblebees, butterflies and bees.

Agastache - attracts dozens of bumblebees, butterflies and bees.

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Use caution with Tiger Eyes Sumac... I guess I know to keep mine in the container now. Glad I read this.

This is a lemonade berry you can find on hikes in the San Gabriel Mtns. Yum!

This is a lemonade berry you can find on hikes in the San Gabriel Mtns. Yum!

Purple sage along the Moenkopi Trail in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area right outside of Las Vegas, Nevada.

Purple sage along the Moenkopi Trail in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area right outside of Las Vegas, Nevada.

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"I love this evergreen combination of bamboo muhly, firecracker fern (Russelia equisetiformis), and some variety of palm, with Yucca rostrata..."

Papaver somniferum - Opium Poppy (seed pods). The seeds, commonly known as poppy seeds, are edible and widely used as a flavorful accent in breads and pastries. Poisonous – Although it has medicinal uses in refined, carefully dosed amounts, the milky sap, especially from the green poppy pods, is poisonous and contains codeine, morphine, protopine, and other poppy alkaloids. Typically, only plants grown in warm, arid locations produce significant amounts of narcotic substances in their sap.

Papaver somniferum - Opium Poppy (seed pods). The seeds, commonly known as poppy seeds, are edible and widely used as a flavorful accent in breads and pastries. Poisonous – Although it has medicinal uses in refined, carefully dosed amounts, the milky sap, especially from the green poppy pods, is poisonous and contains codeine, morphine, protopine, and other poppy alkaloids. Typically, only plants grown in warm, arid locations produce significant amounts of narcotic substances in their sap.

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