Non-Culinary Herbs

This rich range of herbs may not be edible, but they possess many other garden-worthy qualities beyond being simply beautiful.

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Witch Hazel Bark
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<em>Hamamelis Virginiana</em>

The bark of witch hazel is extensively used in medicines to relieve bruises, sore muscles, and inflammation. The shrub is unprepossessing until it flowers in the fall, yielding a soft sweet perfume.

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