was one of the herbs, mixed with chamomile, coltsfoot and carob syrup to produce herbal tobacco.
Caption: Clockwise from top left: Breadseed poopy, nasturtium, garden sage and santolina
, yarrow, anise hyssop, and clary sage.
Nor-ahs Unique Blends 337 Santolina
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With a bit of luck we'll have had some heat and sunshine by August and lavender, sage, phlomis and santolina
will be at their Mediterranean best.
Buolos mentions that the plant, Santolina
chamaecyparissus is used in North Africa as a remedy against intestinal worms and as a spasmolyticum, among other uses.
The PNM Santolina
Solar Energy Center is the larger of the two solar projects, consisting of 10.
is a small plant with silvery leaves and tight yellow flowers.
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.
In summer, Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote' is perhaps the most reliable variety of English lavender, whose dark blue fragrant flowers and aromatic grey-green foliage are perfect with any silver foliage subjects, such as Santolina
chamaecyparissus and Helichrysum italicum.
Esto indica que hay mayor concentracion de los pinenos en la senal cromatografica de monoterpeno 1, identificada como la santolina
tireno (Ramon et al.
Studied material: Junin de los Andes (Neuquen), Santolina
chamaecyparissus (Asteraceae, lavender cotton), ornamental, 13-XII-2009, several dozen of viviparous female apterae.
Specific essential oil compounds of Tansy from Pancevo industrial zone were: germacrene-D, [alpha]-cadinol, longiborneol, pinocarvone, santolina
alcohol, spathulenol, a-thujone and undecane (Table 2).