Family: Clusiaceae Description: Perennial flower 30-90 cm (1-3 ft.) tall. Petals are yellow with black spots on edges, usually in groups of five. Stamens are also yellow and are found in bushy clusters. Flowers from June through October Location: Found in waste areas and open fields. Very common. Ranges throughout North America. Parts used and Uses: Leaves Leaves contain antidepressant compounds that regulate levels of dopamine, interleukins, melatonin, monoamine-oxides, and serotonin. Flowers Used fresh in olive.
8-11-18: Another exciting mini-reunion at Monmouth Park today! Click pic to enlarge; here for the photo album which also contains a picture of the autographed Program from our very first "Day at the Races" in 2013. Click here for a walk down memory lane and view the pics of us kids back then. 8-10-18: As one illustrious part of Fr. Joe's Jesuit journey at Cristo Rey ends, another now begins as new Jesuit avenues open.
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