Agastache


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Related to Agastache: Agastache mexicana, Agastache rugosa
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Abbreviations refer to plants important to the slope of the correlation: Aga = Agastache hybrid; Age = Ageratina aromatica; Bu = Buddleja davidii.
The exotic species which are only found as cultivated plants in Colombia for their medicinal, culinary or ornamental uses represent another important group; 13 species belonging to Agastache, Hysoppus, Lavandula, Melissa, Mentha, Ocimum, Origanum, Rosmarinus, Salvia, Satureja and Thymus were analyzed.
The Hannibal Woods site contains several vascular plants that are rare or uncommon in central Nebraska, including Agastache nepetoides (catnip giant hyssop), Arabis hirsuta var.
Headspace analysis of the volatile oils of Agastache.
They've put together a selection of Agastache Golden Jubilee, Berkheya Zulu Warrior, Coreopsis Unwins Gold, Dianthus Sweetness and Penstemon Violet Dusk - all new for 2003.
Agastache Apricot Sprite is a bit of a messy plant which sends up masses of apricot spikes all summer long.
We encountered nine species considered as threatened or endangered in Wisconsin (Wisconsin DNR 1993): Agastache nepetoides, Asclepias purpurescens, Besseya bullii, Camassia scilloides, Cypripedium candidum, Gentiana alba, Hypericum sphaerocarpum, Parthenium integrifolium, and Polytaenia nuttallii.
Also for planting in the background, Anise hyssop, Agastache Foeniculum, makes a bold garden accent with tall spikes of purple flowers that attract bees.
Se examinaron las revisiones taxonomicas de los siguientes generos: Agastache (Lint y Epling, 1945; Sanders, 1987), Asterohyptis (Epling, 1932; Turner, 2011), Clinopodium (Epling y Jativa, 1964), Cunila (Garcia-Pena, 2008), Hedeoma (Epling y Stewart, 1939; Irving, 1968), Lepechinia (Epling, 1948), Monarda (McClintock y Epling, 1942; Turner, 1994b), Salvia subg.
According to the TCM theory, Cortex Phellodendri, Rhizoma Atractylodes, Agastache rugosa and Gypsum Fibrosum with the following active constituents, C.
It's hard to say who'll love 'Orange Nectar' agastache more, you or the hummingbirds.
graveolens, Agastache rugosa were reported to exhibit synergistic activity with ketoconazole against filamentous fungi (Pyun and Shin 2006; Shiota et al.
Agastache are aromatic, herb-like plants best grown from seed as annuals.