Epimedium


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Related to Epimedium: Epimedium grandiflorum, MACA
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Intestinal absorption mechanisms of prenylated flavonoids present in the heat-processed Epimedium koreanum Nakai (Yin Yanghuo).
Osteoblastic proliferation stimulation activity of Epimedium koreanum Nakai extracts and its flavonol glycosides.
With the plant popped out of the ground, resting perennials such as epimedium, Asiatic primulas and Iris can be split in to generous clumps and replanted immediately.
Advances in the study on the treatment of osteoporosis with Epimedium brevicornum and its compound prescription.
Epimedium or `Bishop's Hat' is another group of evergreen creepers that will do well in shade.
Epimedium, commonly called Barrenwort or Bishop's Mitre, is a close relative of our spiky berberis and mahonia and can be a wonderful addition to the shady corners of your garden for almost 12 months of the year.
The effect of the extracts of Epimedium brevicornum Maxim.
Dioscorea batatas, Epimedium koreanum, Poria cocos and Zizyphi jujuba) used in traditional Korean medicine for improvement of memory and cognition in old age were tested for cholinesterase inhibitory properties using the Ellman colorimetric method.
The pills contain the herbal aphrodisiacs epimedium grandiflorum, turnera diffusa, ilex paraguariensis and sarsaparilla.
They include all ferns, Epimedium, Pulmonaria, Lamiums, Arum italicum, Convallaria, hardy Geraniums, Hostas, Polygonatum, Symphytum grandiflorum, Cyclamen, Leucojum, Anemone nemorosa, Brunnera, Trachystemon, Cimicifuga, Hyacinthoides, Galium, Ruscus and of course Helleborus.
There are plenty which do well, including Tiarella, Trillium, Tolmiea, Vinca, Viola, cyclamen, foxglove, lily-of-the-valley, anemone, Aquilegia, Bergenia, many hardy ferns, Epimedium, Heuchera, hellebores, hostas, Mahonia, Primula, Pulmonarias, rhododendrons and Symphoricarpus.
Expert tip A woodland setting is perfect for growing shade-loving ground-hugging plants such bergenia, heuchera, epimedium, hosta, lamium, tiarella, violets, lungwort and vinca or periwinkle.
PLANT ladyOs mantle, hardy geraniums, bugle, heuchera and epimedium to create a woven tapestry of flowers and foliage.
PLANT lady's mantle, hardy geraniums, bugle, heuchera and epimedium to create a woven tapestry of flowers and foliage.
Pachysandra or Vinca are suitable, but it could also be Epimedium, Ferns, Hosta, Daylilies or Astible.