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American False Hellebore

Definition of the noun American False Hellebore

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American false hellebore is the vernacular name of the Veratrum viride ssp. viride, a subspecies of Veratrum.

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Google previewThe Magician's Dictionary (2012)

by Edward Rehmus

various old world and new word names: Christmas rose, Stinking Hellebore, American False Hellebore, Indian Poke and Itch Weed. HELL -HOUND — There have been many. Cerberus and Orthos, the guardians of the Gates ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Country Living, 40th Anniversary Edition (2012)

by Carla Emery

American False Hellebore Anemone (wind flower): Nemerosa is poisonous. Angel's Trumpet (Datura): All parts poisonous. Arrowgrass Azalea: All parts very dangerous—nausea and vomiting, depression, hard to breathe, prostration, fatal ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1904)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

Poke-weed shoots and American false hellebore are the principal plants used in this manner. Toadstools , perhaps ...

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American False Hellebore

American False Hellebore

Veratrum viride. Family: Liliaceae (commonly known as the Lily family). This liliaceous beauty can grow up to 2 meters tall (6.6 feet)! Grows in moist forest openings, meadows, and avalanche slopes; from montane to subalpine zones.

Photo credit: Forest Service - Northern Region

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