spiraea tomentosa

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Related to spiraea tomentosa: Spiraea douglasii
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Pink flower fingers form an upward steeple. Leaves soft and light golden colored on underside. Both leaves and flowers used for bowel problems and stopping bleeding.
Edible Plant Guide © 2012 Markus Rothkranz
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stolonifera, Ilex verticillata, Salix candida, Spiraea tomentosa, and Vaccinium corymbosum are infrequent locally.
On the way he contended with suspicious Umpqua Indians, a broken rib, and plants whose hostility, he noted with botanical precision: "My feet tonight are very painful and my toes cut with the burned stumps of a strong species of Arundo and Spiraea tomentosa." His reward was to be the first European to view a sugar pine: "this most beautiful and immensely large tree," he noted in his journal.