Mediterranean-|LOOKING plants with silvery or hairy foliage - santolina (cotton lavender), verbascum, phlomis
(Jerusalem sage) stachys (lamb's ears), ballota, convolvulus and lavender are all hardy.
Stipa tenuissima | |Mediterranean-looking plants with silvery or hairy foliage - santolina (cotton lavender), verbascum, phlomis
(Jerusalem sage) stachys (lamb's ears), ballota, convolvulus and lavender are all hardy
Novel Ingredient Services, West Caldwell, NJ, offers EstroG-100, a blend of Cynanchum wilfordii (cinnamic acid), Phlomis
umbrosa (shanzhiside methyl ester), and Angelica gigas nakai (nodakenin).
Phytochemistry and biological activities of Phlomis
The EstroG-100[R] botanicals (Cynanchum wilfordii, Phlomis
umbrosa, and Angelica gigas Nakai) have for centuries each been used traditionally in Asia for promoting health.
Three extracts were eventually pinpointed for their combined beneficial effects on both menopause and female sexual dysfunction: Phlomis
umbrosa, Cynanchum wilfordii, and Angelica gigas Nakai (Korean Angelica).
In the longer term, consider planting drought-resistant species in your borders such as grasses, Mediterranean type shrubs such as thymes or phlomis
, or sedums and other plants with spiky or succulent leaves.
Making one is easy if you choose Mediterranean-style plants including lavender, euphorbias, cistus, santolina and phlomis
, which provide plenty of nectar and pollen.
Also look out for plants with thick or waxy leaves, like aeoniums and agaves, or leaf hairs which make them look grey, such as phlomis
BEGIN A PURPLE LOW-WATER BORDER Plant these drought-tolerant perennials in hues of purple and lilac to make a fine display this summer: Achillea millefolium 'Lavender Beauty', Cistus x purpureas, lavender, Phlomis
tuberosa, salvia, and Verbena bonariensis.
Geranium nepalensis, Thymus serphyllum, Polygonum aviculare, Polygontan parencoies, Phlomis
bracteosa, Taraxirum officinalis.
On the other hand, the production of anemone, boletus edulis, phlomis
, flower bulbs, ferns, winteraconite, erica, heather leaves, linden, snowdrops, broom, beech leaves, carob beans, balm, mistletoe, chamomile, and palms either decreased or remained relatively constant.