In places closer to the cliffs or rock outcrops there are also semisteppe bathas dominated by Phlomis
brachyodon and Sarcopoterium spinosum
Verbascoside has been shown as the major anti-oxidant constituent in experiments with methanolic extract of Phlomis
Free-radical-scavenging principles from Phlomis
, or Jerusalem sage, has wrinkly, felted green leaves - and produces 2ft stalks with whorls of buttery yellow flowers on top.
Iridoid and phenylpropanoid glycosides from Phlomis
Grow maritime plants such as achilleas, armeria, dianthus, eryngium, genista, mesembryanthemums, phlomis
potentilla, sedum and stachys.
Assessment of the antibacterial activity of phenylethanoid glycosides from Phlomis
lanceolata against multiple-drug-resistant strains of Staphylococcus aureus.
In return, she was presented with a phlomis
samia, a yellow herbaceous plant grown at the Morpeth centre since 1985, to take back to her own garden in the shadow of Alnwick Castle.
Other plants that will benefit from a light trim this spring are evergreen hedges and hydrangeas, phlomis
and grey-leaved artemisia.
Use with Bush morning glory phlomis
, salvia, and santolina.
Our previous studies on endemic Scrophularia lepidota (Scrophulariaceae) and Phlomis
brunneogaleata (Lamiaceae) showed broad-spectrum antiprotozoal potential of several iridoid and phenylethanoid glycosides (including compounds 8-12), and also compound 13 for the first time (Kirmizibekmez et al.
Try Senecio, Phlomis
and Olearia for those bitterly cold spots.