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Chelone glabra - Wikipedia


Chelone glabra (white turtlehead) is a species of plant native to North America. Its classification at the family level has in the past been controversial, but as a ...

Turtlehead (Chelone glabra) - US Forest Service


It is part of the Figwort family (Scrophulariacea) and has the scientific name Chelone glabra. In Greek mythology, there was a nymph named Chelone who ...

Chelone glabra - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden


Chelone glabra, commonly called turtlehead, is a stiffly erect, clump-forming, leafy-stemmed, Missouri native perennial which typically grows 2-3' tall and occurs ...

Chelone glabra (White turtlehead) | NPIN


Nov 11, 2015 ... Synonym(s): Chelone chlorantha, Chelone glabra var. chlorantha, Chelone glabra var. dilatata, Chelone glabra var. elatior, Chelone glabra ...

A Modern Herbal | Balmony - Botanical.com


Balmony. Botanical: Chelone Glabra (LINN.) Family: N.O. Scrophulariaceae. Description; Constituents; Medicinal Action and Uses; Dosages.

Plants Profile for Chelone glabra (white turtlehead)


... Images; Synonyms; Classification; Legal Status; Wetland; Related Links. Chelone glabra L. Show All Show Tabs white turtlehead. Image of Chelone glabra ...

White Turtlehead (Chelone glabra linifolia) - Illinois Wildflowers


Chelone glabra linifolia. Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae). Description: This perennial plant is about 2-3' tall and unbranched or sparingly branched.

Chelone glabra Turtlehead from North Creek Nurseries


Chelone glabra. Turtlehead. Spikes of elegant white flowers top shiny green foliage in late summer and early fall. Grows best in moist meadows, stream banks , ...

Prairie Moon Nursery :: Seeds :: Chelone glabra (Turtlehead)


Turtlehead is named for its pretty white blossoms which resemble a turtle head poking out from its shell. It is an important host plant providing larval food for the ...