Aug 17, 2021
Join botanically inclined herbalists Howie Brounstein and Steven Yeager as they venture out to the meadows in the middle elevation zones of the Western Cascades. Here, you will learn about Rudbeckia occidentalis, commonly called Western Cone Flower. You may be familiar with Rudbeckia's close garden relative, Black-Eyed Susan. Rudbeckia is both a helpful supportive herb and a great lesson in etymology. The roots can be used similarly to echinacea or dandelion and are a lovely alterative ally.
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