Gaultheria


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Gaultheria

[gȯl′thir·ē·ə]
(botany)
A genus of upright or creeping evergreen shrubs (Ericaceae).
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Asters, sedum & chrysanths Ornamental cabbage Cyclamen & hebe G Gaultheria Crocus Heathers Pansies As this garden's late summer colours fade, the arching red acer provides autumn interest Japanese acers
Deadhead violas to promote a long-lasting display and ease out the stems of the gaultheria to expose the rich berries for all to see.
John's wort, especially in the elderly; moderate inhibitors (rhodiola, gaultheria, uva ursi), echinacea, and other mild 3A4 inhibitors appear to be safer.
Try gaultheria, a hardy, evergreen shrub with small oval glossy green leaves.
Try planting a gaultheria whose flowers in late spring are followed in autumn by clusters of bright, round fruits in shades of red and pale lilac, white, pink, purple or blue, depending on the variety.
Some dwarf, denser shrubs, like Rhododendron impeditum, are also very useful when planted with other acid-loving shrubs like Gaultheria and Vaccinium, all especially good beside a garden pool, as is the ground-hugging rose 'Grouse' which spreads extensively.
Have a berry Christmas THE beautiful evergreen shrub Gaultheria Procumbens, also known as the partridge berry, makes a superb Christmas gift.
Ask for Wintergreen, Gaultheria procumbens, and most garden centres will not be able to help you.
BERRY NICE: Gaultheria mucronata with masses of berries.
If you want colourful berries in your display, look no further than Gaultheria mucr-onata, while the heather Erica gracilis, or 'Cape Heath', has tiny flowers which appear in autumn and continue going until spring.
Key words Local ecological knowledge * nontimber forest products * sustainable resource management * Gaultheria shallon (salal) * Pacific Northwest * harvest.
Other herbs included Anemone quinquefolia (wood anemone), Aralia nadicaulis (wild sarsaparilla), Aster oolentangiensis (sky blue aster), Fragaria virginiana (wild strawberry), Gaultheria procumbens (wintergreen), Geranium maculatum (wild geranium), Helianthus divaricatus (woodland sunflower), Lysimachia quadrifolia (whorled loose-strife), Osmorbiza claytoni (sweet cicely), Polygonatum biflorum (smooth Solomon's seal), Potentilla simplex (old field five-fingers), Rubus flagellaris (dewberry), Smilacina racemosa (false Solomon's seal), Solidago rugosa (rongh stemmed goldenrod), and Viola sororia (common blue violet).