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Sticky Monkey Flower, Mimulus aurantiacus, is flowering plant native to North America from Southwestern Oregon through most of California. It grows 4 feet tall, has deep green sticky leaves and it's flowers are roughly about 2 cm long. They are honey plants pollinated by bees and hummingbirds. Its flowers and roots treat a number of ailments but useful as an anitspetic helping minor scrapes and burns to heal quickly.
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