Steven Foster's Images of Manfreda virginica, Agave virginica, False Aloe, Rattlesnake-master

Stock images of Manfreda virginica, Agave virginica, False Aloe, Rattlesnake-master. Photos © 2011 Steven Foster. Please contact us for pricing and terms at sfoster@stevenfoster.com or call +1-479-253-2629.

Twenty-four images of Manfreda virginica also known as Agave virginica, False Aloe, or Rattlesnake-master, a member of the Asparagaceae (Asparagus Family), or the Agave Family (Agavaceae), native to dry soils, glades, and prairies in the southeast and Midwest, extending south to Texas. The root was used as a snake bite remedy. American Indians used diuretic root tea for dropsy. Root nibbled for severe diarrhea, worms and as a laxative.

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Please contact Steven Foster for pricing and terms at sfoster@stevenfoster.com or call +1-479-253-2629.