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Taller ferns are charming companions for large hostas Ligularia and Rodgersia.
Chung, "Highly efficient Ligularia fischeri green extract for the protection against corrosion of mild steel in acidic medium: electrochemical and spectroscopic investigations," Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, vol.
Now the duo have added substantial beds of kniphofia (torch lily), sambuca, ligularia and marigolds, creating what Craig describes as "a firework." Craig has also created a curved, snake-like drystone wall complemented by a seeded grassy area.
Kang, "Inhibitory efficacy of Ligularia fischeri against aldose reductase and advanced glycation end products formation," Food Science and Biotechnology, vol.
Anti-inflammatory effect of Ligularia fischeri, Solidago virga-aurea and Aruncus dioicus complex extracts in RAW 264.7 cells.
In the meantime, I am practising my pronunciation of Ligularia Przewalskii, which is a fantastic clump-forming perennial for damp soil with tall, narrow spikes of yellow flowers above deeply cut dark green leaves.
Purpose: In this study, we aimed to investigate in vitro neurotoxicities of clivorine, one of the PAs found in various Ligularia species, in cultured PCI 2 cells.
Um, "Content of antioxidative caffeoylquinic acid derivatives in field-grown Ligularia fischeri (Ledeb.) Turcz and responses to sunlight," Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol.
Other plants chosen for the courtyard include crinum lilies, ligularia and heliconias.
"People can create a mood in their garden using green, big-leaved plants such as hostas, ligularia and darmera (umbrella plant), which give you weight in a border.