PlantFiles is getting a new look! Just in time for spring, we're rolling out a new look for the best online plants database. It will also work with your smart phones and mobile devices, so now you can take it with you on garden center visits or botanical garden tours. Questions or comments? Please post them here.
I have a customer that is interested in this particular plant and I am wondering how to process it. If it can be dried and what parts of it are useable because it is going to be used as a tea, or tincture.