Saturday, August 16, 2008
This isn't quite what you would expect with a name like Rattlesnake master. At one time, people thought it treated venomous snake bites, and I assume that's how the name came about.
Labels: Florida native plants
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We have that in my Ozarks woods too.
Pablo, I'm always amazed at what grows at RRJ. Such diversity you have.
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