Among the rare species are the ivy (Hedera helix), which is here at its easternmost limits; the dwarf birch (Betula humilis); the dwarf willow (Salix myrtilloides); the twinflower (Linnaea borealis); the Scrofulariaceae Pedicularis sceptrum-carolinum; the Ranunculaceae Isopyrum thalictroides; the Fabaceae Lathyrus laevigatus; the marsh saxifrage (Saxifraga
hirculus); and the marsh felwort (Swertia perennis), as well as a dozen orchids.
Specifically, these bases correspond with positions 310-761 in Saxifraga
mertensiana (Kuzoff et al.
Reproductive ecology of Saxifraga
oppositifolia: phenology, mating system, and reproductive success.
Almost all of the single-species patterns showed significant aggregation (21 of 24 patterns), and values of [Mathematical Expression Omitted] differed consistently between species across the six quadrats, with means [+ or -] 1 SE for Phleum, Cerastium, Saxifraga
, and Valerianella of 1.08 [+ or -] 0.04, 1.43 [+ or -] 0.04, 2.42 [+ or -] 0.33, and 3.52 [+ or -] 0.92, respectively.
Many of these species have good wind dispersal mechanisms, but Penstemon, Saxifraga
, Carex mertensii and C.
0.3 Cardamine hyperborea 3 0.8 Cochlearia officinalis Equisetum arvense 3 Equisetum variegatum 1.5 Polygonum viviparum 3 0.8 Saxifraga
hirculus 0.3 Stellaria sp.
Rhywogaethau eraill sy'n cael eu gwarchod yma ydi'r tormaen siobynnog (Saxifraga
cespitosa; tufted saxifrage), canwraidd y mynydd (Polygonum vivipara;Alpine bistort) a'r rhedynen gelyn (Polystichum lonchitis; holly fern).
Maximum altitudinal distribution of few selected climate sensitive species, namely, Bistorta affinis, Fragaria nubicola, Geranium pratense, Pleurospermum candollei, Podophyllum hexandrum, Rhodiola heterodonta, Saussurea obvallata, Saxifraga
sibrica, and Sedum ewersii, was studied in the valley.
Herb/grass layer was dominated by Poa annua followed by Polygonum amplexicaule, Sambucus wightiana Viola spp., Ajuga parviflora, Saxifraga
ciliata andPodophyllum emodi.
BEST OF THE BUNCH - Saxifraga
THESE pint-sized flowering perennials look great in rock gardens and scree beds or, in the case of several varieties, planted en masse in the front of borders to add colour in late spring and early summer, acting as valuable ground cover.
Sempervirens and saxifraga
are good choices and, of course, there's edelweiss, with its soft woolly blooms and silvery foliage.
Er cymaint y rhyfeddodau oedd o'm cwmpas, wedi dod yma i weld rhai o flodau'r Arctig Alpau oeddwn i, ac yn benodol i chwilio am y tormaen siobynnog (Saxifraga
cespitosa; tufted saxifrage).
Cystone[R] is traditionally used for relief of a variety of urological problems including nephrolithiasis and is comprised of the following substances: shilapuspha (Didymocarpus pedicellata) 130mg, Pasanabheda (Saxifraga
This white flower, with a lavender band on its reverse narrowly beat Saxifraga
Anneka Hope shown by Kevock Garden Plants.