Although the name is taken from a sedge and the peculiar dwarf cypress, it is a typical cushion bog dominated by Donatia fascicularis, with the addition of Drosera unifolia, Gaultheria
pumila and Astelia pumila.
cernuay and Gaultheria
vaccinioides in Bolivia, other species disperser are Nectandra sp.
Natural salicylate salts and esters can be extracted from willow bark (Salix alba and Salix nigra), aspen bark (Populus tremuloides), and wintergreen leaves (Gaultheria
Other natives that do well under redwoods include salal (Gaultheria
shallon) and evergreen huckleberry (Vaccini-um ovatum).
For deep shade under evergreen or low tree canopies try the dense bushy box, and holly with glossy, spiny leaves, and for smaller evergreens Daphne laureola - yellowgreen flowers in early spring, and Gaultheria
shallon - suckering, small pink flowers in spring followed by purple fruit and thriving on acid soil.
And Tom, who owns Thomas Angel Gardens, said: "You'll know you have acid soil if your garden has flourishing rhododendrons." The best growers in acid soil are the flowering shrubs amelanchier, gaultheria
or pieris and many heathers.
phillyreifolia (Pers.) Sleumer determined by DAPI PCR and DNA sequencing.
It features a unique blend of homeopathic, natural ingredients, including elderberry, eucalyptus, gaultheria
I don't know that if I had read the study "Cinnamon Polyphenol Extract Affects Immune Responses by Regulating Anti--and Proinflammatory and Glucose Transporter Gene Expression in Mouse Macrophages," I would've had a little more faith in its combination for the immune-modulating properties and pain-relief capacity of my blend of wintergreen (Gaultheria
procumbens), helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum), clove (Syzygium aromaticum), and Mentha piperita.