Herb Gardening for the Home Gardener

Many of the plants we grow such as annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees are herbs in the true sense of the word. With an increased interest in recent years in continental or gourmet cooking, the word “herb” is nearly always thought of by home gardeners to mean the “culinary” herb.

The Herb Garden

The herbs I have grown are listed below with instructions for growing them. Perhaps inexperienced gardeners, as well as those who have not yet had the pleasure of growing these interesting plants, will give some thought to starting a small herb garden. Some people even start an indoor herb garden in their kitchen. Even a small plot 4 by 6 feet will grow all a small family would need. If not grown for use in cooking, herbs are worth growing for pleasant aromatic foliage and some of them for the beauty of the flowers as well. Herbs can be used fresh for garnish in salads and to perk up the flavors of bland vegetables or to add flavor to meats and stews in which case one needs only to nip off a few leaves when wanted.

To dry herbs for winter use cut off tops of the leafy varieties in midsummer and wash them off with cold filtered water. Hang them up just long enough for the drops of water to evaporate, then tie the stems together and place in a paper bag with stem ends at the opening and close the bag with a rubber band. Use a paper clip as a hook through the band and place the other hooked end over your line where you are going to hang the herbs to dry, indoors. After 2 or 3 weeks remove from paper bags, crumble the leaves and place on a shallow pan and dry out in the oven with the setting at “warm” or at least not over 100 degrees. Some herb enthusiasts dry them by spreading them out on trays or sheets of hardware cloth covered with cheesecloth and place in a dry area. To dry seed heads allow them to grow until seeds are mature and ready to drop from the plant. Cut seed heads on a very dry day and spread on clean paper (not newspaper). It is better to keep them in the sun the first day as little insects, which may have been secreted in the heads, will leave as the seeds dry out. Store herbs in glass jars or other airtight containers in a cool place.

HERBS TO GROW FROM SEED

BASIL, SWEET (Ocimum basilicum) Both green and ‘Dark Opal’ basil are attractive plants for the garden. I prefer to plant the seed where it is to grow directly to -the garden in mid-May. Germination usually occurs in 7 to 10 days. Basil is not difficult to transplant. Grows to 18 inches; space 12 inches between plants. ‘Dark Opal’ has beautiful deep red foliage and lovely pink flowers and is excellent to use along a walk or as a solid bed for decoration in the garden. Basil is very good to use to flavor tomato juice and tomato pastes.

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CHERVIL (Anthriscus cerefolium) Although this plant will germinate in the fall and live over the winter I would advise the inexperienced gardener to grow it as an annual, sowing the seed to the garden in mid-May (in this area). Grows to 2 feet and should be spaced 8 inches apart. Grows quickly and is mature in 6 weeks. Resents transplanting. Fresh leaves can be frozen in small packets after washing carefully. Excellent to flavor egg dishes.

BORAGE(Borago officinalis) This has pinkish blossoms that turn blue like the perennial pulmonaria. It is an annual and should be planted directly to the garden in early May in the North. Growing to 2 feet it should be spaced 10 inches apart. Germinates in 7 -to 10 days. Resents transplanting except when quite small. It is excellent used in tossed salad to add a most elusive flavor.

CHIVES (Allium scboenoprasum) This is a perennial plant growing from bulblets. They are really very easy to grow from seed. Mine, started under the fluorescent lights as well as in the greenhouse in the spring germinated in 10 days. The tiny little plants look like fragile spears of grass. When transplanted they wilt slightly. Even during a continued drought they grow very well. Mature plants grow to 12, inches; space 6 inches apart. They are very hardy even in cold locations. Flowers are pretty enough so that chives can be grown as a border or in the rock garden. Fine in salads, egg dishes and sauces of all kinds. Potted up, chives will grow on a sunny windowsill in winter.

DILL (Anethum graveolens) This is an easily grown annual with feathery foliage. Blossoms are tiny and pale yellow. Grows to 21/2 feet in my garden and germinates in 7 to 10 days planted at the same time as tender vegetables. Resents transplanting. May be spaced as close as 4 inches apart. Self-sows readily. Fine for use in pickling and to flavor meats.

LAVENDER (Lavandula). I have had excellent success with germinating seeds of lavender giving a four-week pre-chilling period in the coldframe before bringing into the greenhouse with germination in 14 days. This year sown under the lights the seeds germinated in 15 days with no pre-chilling period. This is a hardy perennial with gray foliage and spikes of fragrant lavender flowers, which when dried are used to perfume the linen chest and for sachets. Dry easily when hung free in a dry garage or attic.

MARJORAM, SWEET (Majorana hortensis) This is a perennial in frost-free sections of the South but is grown as a hardy annual in the North. Sow seed indoors with germination in 7 to 10 days. Grows to 12 inches; space 6 inches apart. Plants may be potted up and grown in the greenhouse or sunny window over -the winter. Adds a delicate flavor to lamb, fish, salads and soups.

MINT (Mentha spicata) This mint is very easy to grow. It is a hardy perennial and spreads by root stolons. Sown indoors seed germinates in 10 to 15 days. It grows to 2 feet and is rather sprawling, inhabits. Space 12 inches apart. Is at its best in good rich soil. Fine to use for mint jelly and in mint juleps, lemonade and other fruit drinks.

SAGE (Saivia officinalis) This is a hardy perennial in our location and is often grown in gardens for its pretty foliage and spikes of bluish flowers. A seed sown indoors germinates in 14 days. Grows to 2 feet and should be spaced 12 inches apart. It can be sown outdoors in May with germination in 21 to 30 days. Fine herb for dressings for chicken, turkey, pork and for flavoring sausages.

SAVORY, SUMMER (Satureja bortensis) This is an easily grown annual being best planted in mid-May in our location directly to the garden where it is to grow with germination in 7 to 10 days. Grows to 12 inches tall; space 5 or 6 inches apart. Good to flavor fish dishes, beans and soups.

SESAME (Sesamum orientale) This herb has whitish colored leaves and pretty pink flowers. Needs warmth for germination and should not be planted into the garden until -the soil and air are very warm; about 70 degrees. This would be in late May in our location. Germination will take place in 3 to 7 days. Although they grow 21/2 to 3 feet they need but 9 or 10 inches between plants as they do not branch. Seeds are used to flavor breads, crackers and cookies.

THYME (Thymus vulgaris) This is a hardy perennial being of somewhat shrubby growth. Leaves are cut for drying before the blossoms are open. It is easily grown from seed sown indoors with germination in 21 to 30 days. Grows slowly when young. Grows to 12. inches; space 8 inches apart. It needs rich soil. Thyme is used for flavoring soups and poultry dressing.

A list of common herbs we use within our garden or for medical remidies.

Abscess Root
Acacis
Acacia Bark
Acacia Catechu
Acacia (false)
Acacia (gum)
Aconite
Adder’s Tongue (American)
Adder’s Tongue (English)
Adonis
Adrue
Agar-Agar
Agaric
Agave
Agrimony
Agrimony (Hemp)
Agrimony (Water)
Alder, Black American
Alder, Common
Alder Buckthorn
Alder, Tag
Alecost Alexanders
Alkanets
Allspice
Almonds
Aloes
Alstona
Alstonia Bark
Amaranths
Amaranth, Wild
Ammoniacum
Anachusa
Anemones
Anemone Pulsatilla
Anemone (Wood)
Angelica
Angelica Tree
Angostura (True)
Anise
Anise (Star)
Annatto
Antirrhinum
Apple Apple (Balsam)
Apple (Bitter)
Apple, Custard
Aploppas
Apocyrum
Apricot
Aralias
Araroba
Arbutus (Strawberry Tree)
Arbutus, Trailing
Archangel
Areca Nut
Arenaria Rubra
Arnica
Arrachs or Oraches
Arrach (Garden)
Arrach (Halberd-Leaved)
Arrach (Wild)
Arrowhead
Arrowroot
Artichoke, Jerusalem
Artichoke, Globe
Artichoke, Chinese
Artichoke, Cardoon
Arum
Asafetida
Asarabacca
Asclepias
Ash
Ash, Bitter
Ash, Manna
Ash, Mountain
Ash, Prickly
Ash, Wafer
Asparagus
Asphodel
Aubergine
Auricula
Avens
Avens (Mountain)
Avens, Water
Azadirachta
Bael
Balm
Balm of Gilead
Balmony
Balsam of Gilead
Balsam of Peru
Balsam of Tolu
Balsam, White
Bamboo Brier
Banana
Baneberry
Barberry, Common
Barberry, Nepal
Barberry (Indian)
Barley
Bartsia, Red
Basil, Bush
Basil, Sweet
Basil, Wild
Bayberry
Bean, Kidney
Bearberry
Bearsfoot (American)
Bearsfoot (British)
Bedstraw, Lady’s
Bedstraw (Hedge)
Beech
Beetroots
Belladonna
Benne
Benzoin
Bergamot
Betel
Bethroot
Betony, Wood
Betony, Water
Bilberry
Bindweeds
Bindweed, Greater
Bindweed, Jalap
Bindweed, Sea
Bindweed, Syrian
Birch, Common
Birthwort
Bistort
Bitter Apple
Bitter Root
Bittersweet
Blackberry
Blackberry, American
Black Current
Black Haw
Black Root
Bladderwrack
Blites
Blite, Sea
Blite, Annual Sea
Blite, Strawberry
Bloodroot
Bluebell
Blue Flag
Blue Mallow
Bogbean
Boldo
Boneset
Borage
Box
Boxwood, American
Brooklime
Broom
Broom, Butcher’s
Broom, Dryer’s
Broom, Spanish
Broom-Corn
Bryony, Black
Bryony, European White
Bryony, White
Buchu
Buckbean
Buckthorns
Buckwheat
Bugle, Common
Bugle, Yellow
Bugleweed
Bugloss, Viper’s
Bullace
Burdock
Burnet, Great
Burnet, Lesser
Burnet Saxifage
Burning Bush
Burr Marigold
Burra Gookeroo
Butcher’s Broom
Butter Snakeroot
Butterbur
Buttercup, Bulbous
Butternut
Cabbage Tree
Cacao
Cactus
Cajuput
Calabar Bean
Calamint
Calamus Aromaticus
Calisaya
Calotopis
Calumba
Camellia
Campanula
Camphor
Campion
Canadian Hemp
Canchalagua
Candytuft, bitter
Canella
Capsicum
Caraway
Cardamoms
Cardoons
Caroba
Carrot
Carrot, Wild
Cascara, Amarga
Cascara Sagrada
Cascarilla
Cashew Nut
Cassava
Cassia (Cinnamon)
Castor Oil Plant
Catechu, Pale
Catechu Pallidum
Catechu, Black
Catmint
Catnep
Catsfoot
Caulophyllum
Cayenne
Cedar, Yellow
Cedron
Celandine, Greater
Celandine, Lesser
Celery (Wild)
Centaury
Centaury, Chilian
Cereus, Night Blooming
Chammoniles
Chaste Tree
Chaulmoogra
Cheken
Chenopodiums
Cherry Laurel
Cherry Stalks
Cherry, Wild
Cherry, Winter
Chestnut, Horse
Chestnut, Sweet
Chickweed
Chicory
Chimaphila
China
Chiretta
Chives
Chrysanthemum
Cicely, Sweet
Cineraria Maritima
Cinnamon
Cinnamon, White
Cinquefoil
Clary, Common
Clematis
Clivers
Clover, Red
Cloves
Club Moss
Coca, Bolivian
Cocculus, Indicus
Cocillana Bark
Cocklebur
Coffee
Cohosh, Black
Cohosh, Blue
Colchicum
Cole Seed
Colocynth
Coltsfoot
Columbine
Columbo, American
Combretum
Comfrey
Compass Plant
Condurango
Contrayerva
Convolvulus, Field
Coolwort
Copaiba
Coriander
Corkwood Tree
Corn Cockle
Cornflower
Corn, Indian
Corn Salad
Corn Silk
Corsican Moss
Costmary
Coto
Cotton Root
Couchgrass
Cowhage
Cowslip
Cow-Wheat
Cramp Bark
Cranesbill Root, American
Crawley Root
Crosswort
Croton
Crowfoot, Celery-Leaved
Crowfoot, Upright Medow
Cubebs
Cuckoo-pint
Cucumber
Cucumber, Squirting
Cudbear
Cudweed
Cumin
Cup Moss
Cup Plant
Curare
Currant, Black
Currant, Red
Cyclamen, Ivy-Leafed
Daffodil
Dahlias
Daisy, Common
Daisy, Ox-Eye
Damiana
Damiana, False
Damson
Dandelion
Datura
Deer’s Tongue
Delphinium
Devil’s Bit
Dill
Dita Bark
Docks
Dodder Dog Rose
Dog’s Mercury
Dogwood, Jamaica
Dragon’s Blood
Dropwort, Hemlock Water
Dropwort, Water
Dyer’s Greenweed
Dyer’s Madder
Echinacea
Egg Plant
Elaterium
Elder
Elder, Dwarf
Elder, Dwaft, American
Elecampane
Elm, Common
Elm, Slippery
Embelia
Ephedra
Ergot
Eryngo
Eucalyptus
Euonymus
Eupatoriums
Euphorbia, Euphorbium
Evening Primrose
Everlasting Flowers
Eyebright
Fennel
Fennel, Dog
Fennel, Florence
Fennel Flower
Fennel, Hog’s
Fennel (Water)
Fenugreek
Ferns
Fever Bush
Feverfew
Feverfew (Corn)
Fig, Common
Figwort, Knotted
Figwort, Water
Fireweed
Firs
Fleur De Luce
Fluellin
Fool’s Parsley
Five-Leaf Grass
Flag (Blue)
Flag (Yellow)
Flax
Flax, Mountain
Flax, Perennial
Fleabane, Canadian
Fleabane, Common
Fleabane, Great
Forget-Me-Not
Foxglove
Frankincense
Fringe Tree
Fritillary, Common
Frostwort
Fuchsia
Fumitory
Fungi
Galangal
Galbanum
Gale, Sweet
Galls
Gamboge
Garlic
Gelsemium
Gentians
Geranium
Germander, Sage-Leaved
Germander, Wall
Germander, Water
Ginger
Ginger, Wild
Ginseng
Gipsyweed, Common
Gladwyn, Stinking
Glassworts
Gleditschia
Globe Flower
Gnaphaliums
Goa
Goat’s Beard
Goat’s Rue
Gold Thread
Golden Rod
Golden Seal
Good King Henry
Gooseberry
Goosefoots
Gorse, Golden
Goutweed
Grape, Mountain Grasses
Gravelroot
Greenwood (Dyers’)
Grindelia
Ground Ivy
Ground Pine (American)
Ground Pine (European)
Groundsel, Common
Guaiacum
Guarana
Guelder Rose
Hair Cap Moss
Hardhack
Hart’s Tongue
Hawkbit, Autumnal
Hawkbit, Rough
Hawkweed, Wall
Hawkweed, Wood
Hawkweed, Mouse-Ear
Hawthorn
Heartsease
Hedge-Hyssop
Hedge Mustard
Heliotrope
Hellebore, Black
Hellebore, False
Hellebore, Green
Hellebore, White
Hemlock
Hemlock, Water
Hemp, Enc. Britannica, 1856
Hemp, Agrimony
Hemp, Canadian
Hemp, Indian
Henbane
Henna
Hepatica
Herb Paris
Hog’s Fennel
Holly
Holly, Sea
Hollyhock
Honeysuckles
Hops
Horehound, White
Horehound, Black
Horse Chestnut
Horsemint
Horsenettle
Horseradish
Horsetails
Hound’s Tongue
Houseleek
Hyacinth, Grape
Hyacinth, Wild
Hydnocarpus
Hydrangea
Hydrocotyle
Hydrophilia
Hyssop
Hyssop, Hedge
Hysteronica
Iceland Moss
Ignatius Beans
Indian Hemp
Indian Physic
Indigo
Indigo (Wild)
Ipecacuanha
Irises
Iris Pseudacorus
Iris Tenax
Iris Versicolor
Irish Moss
Ispaghul
Ivy, American
Ivy, Common
Ivy, Ground
Ivy, Poison
Jaborandi
Jacob’s Ladder
Jalap
Jamaica Dogwood
Jambul
Jasmines
Jequirity
Jewelweed
John’s Bread
Jujube Berries
Juniper Berries
Kamala
Kava Kava
Kidneywort
Kinos
Knapweed, Black
Knapweed, Greater
Knapwort Harshweed
Knotgrass
Knotgrass, Russian
Kola Nuts
Kousso
Labrador Tea
Laburnum
Lachnenthes
Ladies’s Bedstraw
Lady’s Mantle
Lady’s Slipper
Lady’s Trusses
Larch
Larkspur, Field
Laurel (Bay)
Laurel, Cherry
Laurel, Mountain
Lavenders
Lavender Cotton
Lavender, Sea, American
Lemon
Lettuce, Wild
Life Everlasting (Pearl-Flowered)
Life Root
Lilacs (White and Mauve)
Lilies
Lily, Crown Imperial
Lilly-of-the-Valley
Lily, Modonna
Lily, Tiger
Lily, White Pond
Lime Fruit
Lime Tree
Linseed
Lippia
Lippia Citriodora
Liquorice
Liquorice, Indian
Liquorice, Wild
Litmus
Liverwort, American
Liverwort, English
Lobelia
Logwood
Loosestrife, Purple
Loosestrife, Yellow
Lovage
Lovage, Bastard
Lovage, Black
Lovage, Scotch
Lovage, Water
Love Lies Bleeding
Lucerne
Lungwort
Lupins
Mace
Madder
Magnolia
Maidenhair
Malabar Nut
Male Fern
Mallows
Manaca
Mandioca
Mandrake
Mandrake, American
Manna
Manzanillo
Maples
Mare’s Tail
Marigold
Marigold, Bur
Marigold, Marsh
Marjoram, Sweet
Marjoram, Wild
Marijuana (Hemp, Indian)
Marshmallow
Masterwort
Mastic
Matico
Matte Tea
Mayweed
Mayweed, Scentless
Meadowsweet
Melilot
Melons
Mercury, Dog’s
Mercury, Annual
Mescal Buttons
Mezereon
Milfoil
Milfoil, Water
Milkweed
Mimosas
Mints
Mistletoe
Momordica
Moneywort
Monsonia
Morning Glory
Moschatel, Common
Mosquito Plant
Moss, American Club
Moss, Common Club
Moss, Corsican
Moss, Cup
Moss, Hair Cap
Moss, Iceland
Moss, Irish
Moss, Sphagnum
Motherwort
Mountain Ash
Mountain Flax
Mountain Grape
Mountain Laurel
Mouse-Ear
Mugwort
Mulberry, Common
Mullein, Great
Musk Seed
Mustards
Myrrh
Narcissus
Nasturtium
Nettles
Nightshade, Black
Nightshade, Deadly
Nightshade, Woody
Nutmeg
Nux Vomica
Oak, Common
Oak, Polpody of
Oats
Oleander
Olibanum
Olive Onion
Onion, Potato
Onion, Tree
Opoponax
Orange, Bitter
Orange, Sweet
Orchids
Osier, Red American
Osier, Green
Ox-eye Daisy
Ox-tongue
Paeony
Papaw
Papaw Seeds
Paradise Gains
Paraguay Tea
Pareira
Parilla, Yellow
Paris, Herb
Parsley
Parsley, Fool’s
Parsley Piert
Parsnip
Parsnip, Water
Passion Flower
Patchouli
Papyrus
Peach
Pelargoniums
Pellitory
Pellitory, Dalmatian
Pellitory, Persian
Pellitory-of-the-Wall
Pennyroyal
Pepper
Pepper, Hungarian
Peppermint
Periwinkles
Peruvian Balsam
Peruvian Bark
Pheasant’s Eye
Pichi
Pilewort
Pimpernel, Scaralet
Pine
Pine (Larch)
Pine, White
Pine, (Ground)
Pine, American Ground
Pink Root
Pinus Bark. Hemlock Spruce
Pipsissewa
Pitcher Plant
Plantain, Common
Plantain, Buck’s Horn
Plantain, Hoary
Plantain, Ispaghul
Plantain, Psylllium
Plantain, Ribwort
Plantain, Sea
Plantain, Water
Plantain, Fruit
Pleurisy Root
Ploughman’s Spikenard
Plumbago
Poison Ivy
Poison Oak
Poke Root
Polypody Root
Polyporus of Larch
Pomegranate
Poplar, trembling
Poppy, Plume
Poppy, Red
Poppy, White
Potato
Potato, Prairie
Potato, Wild
Prickly Ash
Primrose
Primrose, Evening
Primulas
Prunes
Psyllium Seeds
Pulsatilla
Pumpkin
Purslane, Green
Purslane, Golden
Pyrolas
Quassia
Quebracho
Queen’s Delight
Quince
Quince, Japaese
Quinoa
Quinsy-Wort
Radish
Ragwort
Rampion
Rape Seed
Raspberry
Rattle, Dwarf Red
Rattle, Yellow
Red Clover
Red Root
Red Sage
Rest-Harrow
Rhatany Rhododendron, Yellow
Rhubarbs
Rice
Rocket, Garden
Rosemary
Roses
Rosin-Weed
Rue
Rue, Goat’s
Rushes
Rupturewort
Sabadilla
Safflower
Saffron
Saffron, Meadow
Sages
St. John’s Wort
Salep
Salsafy
Salvias
Samphire
Samphire, Golden
Sandalwood
Sandspurry, Common
Sanicle, Wood
Sarsaparilla, American
Sarsaparilla, Caracao
Sarsaparilla, Jamaica
Sarsaparilla, Indian
Sarsaparilla, Wild
Sassafras
Sassy Bark
Saunders, Red
Savine
Savory, Summer
Savory, Winter
Saw Palmetto
Saxifrage, Burnet
Saxifrage, Greater Burnet
Scabious, Field
Scabious, Lesser
Scabious, Devils’s Bit
Scammony
Scopolia
Scullcaps
Scurvy Grass
Sea Fennel
Sea Lavender
Seaweed
Sedge, Sweet
Self-Heal
Senega
Senna
Senna, Bladder
Sensitive Plant
Shallot
Sheep’s Sorrel
Shepherd’s Purse
Siegesbeckia
Silverweed
Simaruba
Skirret
Skunk-Cabbage
Slippery Elm
Smartweed
Smilax, China
Snakeroot
Snakeroot, Button
Snapdragon
Snowdrop
Soap Tree
Soapwort
Soapwort Root, Egyptian
Solamon’s Seal
Sorrel, Common
Sorrel, French
Sorrel, Mountain
Sorrel, Sheep’s
Sorrel, Wood
Southernwood
Southernwood, Field
Sow-Thistles
Spaghnum
Spearmint
Spearwort, Lesser
Speedwell, Common
Speedwell, Germander
Spikenard, American
Spikenard, Californian
Spikenard, Ploughman’s
Spinach
Spinach, New Zealand
Spindle Tree
Spergularia
Spurges
Squaw Vine
Squill
Squirting Cucumber
Star Anise
Star of Bethlehem
Stavasacre
Stonecrops
Stone Root
Storax
Stramonium
Strawberry
Strophanthus
Sumachs
Sumbul
Sundew
Sunflower
Swamp Milkweed
Tag Alder
Tallow Tree
Tamarac
Tamarinds
Tansy
Tapioca
Tarragon
Tea
Teazles
Thapsia
Thistles
Thornapple
Thuja
Thyme, Basil
Thyme, Cat
Thyme, Garden
Thyme, Wild
Tiger Lily
Toadflax
Toadflax, Ivy-Leaved
Tobacco
Tolu Balsam
Tonka Beans
Tonquin Bean
Tormentil
Tragacanth
Traverllers’ Joy
Tree of Heaven
Turkey Corn
Turmeric
Turpeth
Unicorn Root, False
Unicorn Root, True
Uva Ursi
Valerian
Valerian, American
Valerian, Indian
Valerian, Red-Spur
Verbena, Lemon
Vernal Grass, Sweet
Veronicas
Vervain
Vine
Violet, Dog
Violet, Hairy
Violet, Sweet
Violet, Water
Virginia Creeper
Wafer Ash
Wahoo
Wake Robin, American
Wallflower
Wall Rue
Walnut
Walnut, White
Water Betony
Watercress
Water Dock
Water Dropwort
Water Fennel
Water Soldier
White Pond Lily
Wild Carrot
Wild Cherry
Wild Ginger
Wild Indigo
Wild Yam
Wild Mint
Willow, Black American
Willow, White
Willow-Herbs
Wintergreen
Winter’s Bark
Winter’s Bark, False
Witch Hazel
Woad
Wood Anemone
Wood Betony
Woodruff, Sweet
Wood Sage
Wood Sanicle
Wood Sorrel
Wormseed, American
Wormseed, Lavant
Wormwoods
Woundwort, Hedge
Woundwort, Marsh
Yam, Wild
Yarrow
Yellow Dock
Yellow Flag
Yellow Parillia
Yerba Reuma
Yerba Santa
Yew
Zeodary

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