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Botanical Names Epilobium angustifolium
Common Name Fire Weed, willow herb
Key_Name Fire Weed
Identenifying Characteristics perennial
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Stem 0.5 to 3 metres in height
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Flowers - rose, purple or mauve, large - many clustered along the top part of the reddish stems - yellow stamens - 3 cm. or 1.2 in. acro
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Fruit - narrow seed pods that split and release a multitude of tiny, fluffy, white seeds - green or red
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Distribution - throughout BC - burned or logged areas or along roadsides - found in coniferous, d
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Formulas Formula #92 Liver #1 Complete NMFormula #94 Liver #2 Complete NMFormula #96 Liver #3 Complete NM
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History - pioneer growth after a fire or disturbance - leading to its common name - it is the floral emblem of the Yukon - bees produce a delicious honey from the flowers
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Reference The Myth and Truth About Genseng< 11
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