|Apoynum medium||Dogbane Family||Apocynaceae|
|June - August||Common|
Description: From 1 to 4 feet tall. Leaves are elliptical, flowers bell shape white to whitish green in color. Intermediate dogbane is between Spreading Dogbane and Indian Hemp. When stems or leaves are crushed a white milk like substance oozes from damaged area. The fibers from this plant was used by the American Natives to lash stone points to shafts.
Location: Fields, roadsides and shores
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