A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. Members contain a pseudoguaiane sesquiterpene. San-fang-feng is the root of E. grijisii used in DRUGS, CHINESE HERBAL.
An order of insect eating MAMMALS including MOLES; SHREWS; HEDGEHOGS and tenrecs.

Properties of fructan:fructan 1-fructosyltransferases from chicory and globe thistle, two Asteracean plants storing greatly different types of inulin. (1/3)

Remarkably, within the Asteraceae, a species-specific fructan pattern can be observed. Some species such as artichoke (Cynara scolymus) and globe thistle (Echinops ritro) store fructans with a considerably higher degree of polymerization than the one observed in chicory (Cichorium intybus) and Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus). Fructan:fructan 1-fructosyltransferase (1-FFT) is the enzyme responsible for chain elongation of inulin-type fructans. 1-FFTs were purified from chicory and globe thistle. A comparison revealed that chicory 1-FFT has a high affinity for sucrose (Suc), fructose (Fru), and 1-kestose as acceptor substrate. This makes redistribution of Fru moieties from large to small fructans very likely during the period of active fructan synthesis in the root when import and concentration of Suc can be expected to be high. In globe thistle, this problem is avoided by the very low affinity of 1-FFT for Suc, Fru, and 1-kestose and the higher affinity for inulin as acceptor substrate. Therefore, the 1-kestose formed by Suc:Suc 1-fructosyltransferase is preferentially used for elongation of inulin molecules, explaining why inulins with a much higher degree of polymerization accumulate in roots of globe thistle. Inulin patterns obtained in vitro from 1-kestose and the purified 1-FFTs from both species closely resemble the in vivo inulin patterns. Therefore, we conclude that the species-specific fructan pattern within the Asteraceae can be explained by the different characteristics of their respective 1-FFTs. Although 1-FFT and bacterial levansucrases clearly differ in their ability to use Suc as a donor substrate, a kinetic analysis suggests that 1-FFT also works via a ping-pong mechanism.  (+info)

Cloning and functional analysis of a high DP fructan:fructan 1-fructosyl transferase from Echinops ritro (Asteraceae): comparison of the native and recombinant enzymes. (2/3)

Inulin-type fructans are the simplest and most studied fructans and have become increasingly popular as prebiotic health-improving compounds. A natural variation in the degree of polymerization (DP) of inulins is observed within the family of the Asteraceae. Globe thistle (Echinops ritro), artichoke (Cynara scolymus), and Viguiera discolor biosynthesize fructans with a considerably higher DP than Cichorium intybus (chicory), Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke), and Dahlia variabilis. The higher DP in some species can be explained by the presence of special fructan:fructan 1-fructosyl transferases (high DP 1-FFTs), different from the classical low DP 1-FFTs. Here, the RT-PCR-based cloning of a high DP 1-FFT cDNA from Echinops ritro is described, starting from peptide sequence information derived from the purified native high DP 1-FFT enzyme. The cDNA was successfully expressed in Pichia pastoris. A comparison is made between the mass fingerprints of the native, heterodimeric enzyme and its recombinant, monomeric counterpart (mass fingerprints and kinetical analysis) showing that they have very similar properties. The recombinant enzyme is a functional 1-FFT lacking invertase and 1-SST activities, but shows a small intrinsic 1-FEH activity. The enzyme is capable of producing a high DP inulin pattern in vitro, similar to the one observed in vivo. Depending on conditions, the enzyme is able to produce fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) as well. Therefore, the enzyme might be suitable for both FOS and high DP inulin production in bioreactors. Alternatively, introduction of the high DP 1-FFT gene in chicory, a crop widely used for inulin extraction, could lead to an increase in DP which is useful for a number of specific industrial applications. 1-FFT expression analysis correlates well with high DP fructan accumulation in vivo, suggesting that the enzyme is responsible for high DP fructan formation in planta.  (+info)

2-(penta-1,3-diynyl)-5-(3,4-dihydroxybut-1-ynyl)thiophene, a novel NQO1 inducing agent from Echinops grijsii Hance. (3/3)

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Echinops plants, also known as globe thistles, are a genus of prickly, herbaceous plants that belong to the family Asteraceae. The name Echinops comes from the Greek words echinos (hedgehog) and ops (face), which refers to the spiky appearance of the plant's flowers.

Globe thistles are native to Europe, Asia, and eastern Africa, and they typically grow in dry, rocky habitats. The plants can reach heights of up to 4 feet (1.2 meters) and have deeply lobed, gray-green leaves that are covered in stiff hairs.

The most distinctive feature of Echinops plants is their large, round flower heads, which are composed of numerous small florets that are surrounded by spiky bracts. The flowers can be blue, purple, or white and appear in the summer and fall.

Echinops plants have been used in traditional medicine for their anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties. However, it's important to note that some parts of the plant, particularly the spines, can be irritating to the skin and mucous membranes, so they should be handled with care.

'Insectivora' is an outdated taxonomic grouping that was once used to classify small, insect-eating mammals. This order included shrews, moles, hedgehogs, and several other related species. However, modern molecular evidence has revealed that this grouping is not monophyletic, meaning it does not include all descendants of a common ancestor. As a result, the order Insectivora is no longer recognized in current taxonomy. Instead, these animals are now classified into several different orders based on their evolutionary relationships.

"RHS Plant Selector - Echinops ritro". Retrieved 5 June 2020. "RHS Plant Selector - Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus". Retrieved ... siculus (Strobl) Greuter Echinops ritro subsp. thracicus (Velen.) Kožuharov The Plant List, Echinops ritro L. Altervista Flora ... Subspecies Echinops ritro subsp. meyeri (DC.) Kožuharov Echinops ritro subsp. ritro Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus (M.Bieb.) ... Echinops ritro, the southern globethistle, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to southern and ...
The Plant List Echinops exaltatus Schrad. Flora of North America, Tall globe-thistle, boulette de Hongrie, Echinops exaltatus ... Echinops, Flora of Europe, Plants described in 1811, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ... One plant can produces several flower heads, each with a very nearly spherical array of white or pale blue disc florets but no ... Echinops exaltatus is the largest of all globe thistles, a branching perennial herb up to 150 cm (60 inches or 5 feet) tall. ...
... is a species of flowering plant in the genus Echinops, native to Central Asia. "Echinops chantavicus ... Plants of the World Online , Kew Science". Plants of the World Online. v t e (Articles with short description, Short ... description is different from Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Echinops, Flora of Central Asia, All stub ...
"Echinops giganteus A.Rich. , Plants of the World Online , Kew Science". Plants of the World Online. Retrieved 2021-11-05. v t e ... Echinops giganteus is a species of plant in the family Asteraceae and is native to Nigeria, Ethiopia and Tanzania. " ... Echinops, Flora of Africa, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ...
"Echinops setifer Iljin; Plants of the World Online; Kew Science". Plants of the World Online. v t e (Articles with short ... Echinops setifer is a perennial globe thistle species of flowering plant in the genus Echinops, native to central and southern ... description, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Echinops, Flora of Japan, ...
"Echinops adenocaulos Boiss". Plants of the World Online. The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. n.d. Retrieved August ... Echinops adenocaulos is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is native to Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Syria ... Flora of Israel Online, Echinops adenocaulos Boiss., קיפודן מצוי includes photos and distribution map v t e (Articles with ... short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with 'species' microformats, Echinops, Taxa named by ...
List of Balkan endemic plants "Echinops bannaticus". The Global Compositae Checklist (GCC) - via The Plant List. Note that this ... Echinops bannaticus, known as the blue globe-thistle, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to ... Echinops, Flora of Europe, Plants described in 1827, All stub articles, Cardueae stubs). ... Media related to Echinops bannaticus at Wikimedia Commons v t e (Articles with short description, Short description is ...
Globe thistle is the host plant of weevil Larinus vulpes. Species include: Echinops adenocaulos Echinops bannaticus Echinops ... Echinops ruthenicus) Echinops sahyadricus Echinops setifer Echinops sphaerocephalus Echinops spinosissimus Echinops ... Echinops giganteus Echinops gmelinii Echinops graecus Echinops humilis Echinops latifolius Echinops longisetus Echinops nivens ... tournefortii Echinops tschimganicus Echinops setifer in Japan Echinops adenocaulos in north Africa Echinops adenocaulos before ...
... is a species of plant in the family Araliaceae. It is found in Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico. It is ... World Conservation Monitoring Centre (1998). "Oreopanax echinops". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. 1998: e.T38916A10155917 ... Vulnerable plants, Taxonomy articles created by Polbot, Cloud forest flora of Mexico, All stub articles, Araliaceae stubs). ...
... , the Sahyadri globe thistle, is a species of flowering plant. It is a medium sized forb belong to the ... Echinops sahyadricus is distributed in the northern Sahyadri Mountains from Nashik District, Pune District, and Satara District ... "Echinops sahyadricus (Sahyadri Globe Thistle)". iNaturalist. Retrieved 2021-09-14. Mishra, Lalatendu (26 October 2020). "New ... The species is morphologically similar to Echinops echinatus, but E. sahyadricus has a larger inflorescence and leaves with ...
neumayeri (Vis.) Kožuharov Echinops spinosissimus subsp. spinosissimus The Plant List, Echinops spinosissimus Turra Altervista ... Echinops (Echinops spinosissimus) Flora silvestre del Mediterráneo, Echinops spinosissimus Turra photos v t e (Articles with ... Echinops spinosissimus is a European species of plant in the tribe Cardueae within the family Asteraceae. It is native to ... 3, 34:129-132 Flowers in Israel, קיפודן סורי, קיפודן דביק Plants for a Future, Echinops spinosissimus - Turra. Cretan Flora ...
Echinops). The plant species mentioned can also serve as sources of nectar. This bee nests in empty smaller snail shells like ... The building material used is chewed plant parts (plant mortar) from the edges of the leaves of Sanguisorba minor and ... Echinops spaerocephalus, Cirsium vulgare, Cirsium arvense, Carduus crisous, Cichorium intybus, Picris hieracioides, Leontodon ...
Echinops longifolius A.Rich. Eclipta prostrata (L.) L. Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms Eichhornia natans (P.Beauv.) Solms ... The highest diversity of plant species can be found in the humid southwest. Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench Abelmoschus ... Articles with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, Flora of Burkina Faso, Lists of plants by ...
The larvae feed on Echinops spinosus. They mine the leaves of their host plant. Jordanita anatolica anatolica Jordanita ...
... is a glandular, woolly perennial herbaceous plant with an average height of 50-100 centimetres (20-39 ... Subspecies Echinops sphaerocephalus subsp. albidus (Boiss. et Spruner) Kozu. Echinops sphaerocephalus subsp. sphaerocephalus ... sphaerocephalus Inflorescence of Echinops sphaerocephalus pollinated by a butterfly Leaf of Echinops sphaerocephalus The Plant ... Echinops, Plants described in 1753, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus, Flora of Europe, Flora of Asia). ...
The larvae probably feed on Echinops spinosus. When fully grown, they mine the leaves of their host plant. C. M. Naumann, W. G ...
It may refer to: Echinops, a genus of plants; synonym Acantholepis (Less.) Argentina, a genus of fish; synonym Acantholepis ( ...
Echinops sphaerocephalus L. Eremanthus sphaerocephalus Baker Eupatorium itatiayense Hieron. Eupatorium maculatum L. Eupatorium ... Honeybees usually collect nectar, pollen, or both from the following species of plants, which are called honey plants, for ... Beekeeping made easy: honey plants at the Wayback Machine (archived 20 October 2012) Honey plants by Connie Krochmal at the ... All the plants of this family are found in the tropics and subtropics. Aspidosperma cylindrocarpon Müll.Arg. Aspidosperma ...
The larvae feed on Cirsium ferox and Echinops species. They initially mine the leaves of their host plant. Later, they vacate ...
Echinops, Medicinal plants, Flora of the Indian subcontinent, Plants described in 1832). ... Media related to Echinops echinatus at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Echinops echinatus at Wikispecies Singh B, Gambhir SS ... are reported from the whole plant of Echinops echinatus. An antiinflammatory active flavanone glycoside 5,7-dihydroxy-8,4'- ... Echinops echinatus, the Indian globe thistle, commonly known as Usnakantaka, is a species of globe thistle, found in India, ...
... plant), Plants described in 1893, Garden plants, Flora of Israel, Flora of Jordan, Flora of Palestine (region), Gilead). ... It can be found growing naturally with phlomis, echinops and Eremostachys laciniata. It is a rare and endangered species, due ... It was listed on List of native plants of Flora Palaestina (E-O). It was for many years also found as Iris haynei, to which it ... Iris atrofusca is an accepted name by the RHS and it was last listed in the RHS Plant Finder in 1999. It was verified by United ...
is applied to plants he described. Geni (genealogy) JSTOR Global Plants (biography) Southwest Colorado Wildflowers ... Among his numerous writings were treatises on the genera Echinops and Trifolium. The following are a few of his principal ... G. Radde et A. Becker anno 1876, (1877) Caspian-Caucasus plants, of Gustav Radde and A. Becker from 1876. Plantas Sibiriae ... a work on plant stipules. Grundriss einer Geschichte der Botanik in bezug auf Russland, 1837 - Outline on the history of ...
The process also has a negative impact on the Echinops grijsii population nearby. "Syneilesis hayatae Kitam. , Plants of the ... the plant is glabrous throughout. The leaves are subcoriaceous and gradually elongate from the base of the plant to the upper ... "Red List of Taiwan Vascular Plants, 2017." A medium to large herbaceous plant that can reach a height of 80 to 160 cm, ... The plant is slender, the flower heads are arranged conically, and the serrations along the leaf margin are deeper (approaching ...
They bore the flowers of their host plant and mainly feed on young fruit. After overwintering they feed on last year's fruit, ... The larvae feed on Echinops ruthenicus, Centaurea orientalis, Centaurea salonitana and Cirsium sublaniflorum. ...
This soil composition has resulted in a collection of plant and animal species, even distinct from adjacent vegetation on ... Echinops telfairi, Geogale aurita, and Microgale jenkinsae; and the shrew Suncus madagascariensis. Macrotarsomys petteri and ...
She participated in naming the following plants: Asteraceae Echinops taeckholmianus Amin Asteraceae Launaea subgen. ... "Amin, Amal (1929-) on JSTOR". plants.jstor.org. Retrieved 13 November 2022. International Plant Names Index. Amin. Wikispecies ...
Various tropical desert plant communities are found here, including: Periploca aphylla - Prunus arabica association Euphorbia ... makranica, Zygophyllum acerosum, Zygophyllum subinerme, Moluccella aucheri, Achillea eriophora, Echinops kotschyi, and Iphiona ... Endemic and near-endemic plants including the genus Zhumeria and the species Diceratella canescens, Diceratella floccosa, ... Other wider-ranging native plants include Argyrolobium roseum subsp. roseum, Crotalaria persica, Monsonia nivea, Pycnocycla ...
USDA, NRCS (2014a). "Xanthium". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant Data Team. ... Echinops L. - globethistle Eclipta L. Edmondia Cass. Egletes Cass. - tropic daisy Eirmocephala H.Rob. Eitenia R.M.King & H.Rob ... USDA, NRCS (2014b). "Wedelia". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant Data Team. ... USDA, NRCS (2014c). "Wilkesia". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant Data Team. ...
International Plant Names Index. B.Fedtsch. D. J. Mabberley The Plant-book: A Portable Dictionary of the Vascular Plants (2nd ... semenovii (1899), Echinops tschimganicus(1911), Gypsophila bucharica(1911), Nephrodium amurense (1918), and Saussurea ... Fedtschenko started organising botanists around Russia to survey plants and report their findings to create a national plant ... The plant collection was later given to the Botanic Garden, and is now one of its most notable collections. By 1902, he was the ...
... amounting to 8,080 taxa of flowering plants. Various plant species are endemic to the Western Ghats, including the palm tree ... Echinops sahyadricus is endemic to the mountains, and the specific epithet sahyadricus is refers to them. The Western Ghats ... It has over 7,402 species of flowering plants, 1,814 species of non-flowering plants, 139 mammal species, 508 bird species, 227 ... The area covers five percent of India's land; 27% of all species of higher plants in India (4,000 of 15,000 species) are found ...
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"RHS Plant Selector - Echinops ritro". Retrieved 5 June 2020. "RHS Plant Selector - Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus". Retrieved ... siculus (Strobl) Greuter Echinops ritro subsp. thracicus (Velen.) Kožuharov The Plant List, Echinops ritro L. Altervista Flora ... Subspecies Echinops ritro subsp. meyeri (DC.) Kožuharov Echinops ritro subsp. ritro Echinops ritro subsp. ruthenicus (M.Bieb.) ... Echinops ritro, the southern globethistle, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to southern and ...
Plants. / Echinops tjanschanicus. Echinops tjanschanicus. October 7, 2014. By Category: Rarium , Sub-Category: Perennials for ...
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... assembly of the exine of Echinops, billed as "the thickest plant cell wall", see Gabarayeva et al. (2018). ... SEED PLANTS† / SPERMATOPHYTA†. Growth of plant bipolar [plumule/stem and radicle/root independent, roots positively geotropic ... The plants grow in acid, nutrient-poor soil like other carnivorous plants (Utricularia, Drosera), however, uptake of nutrients ... EXTANT SEED PLANTS. Plant evergreen; nicotinic acid metabolised to trigonelline, (cyanogenesis via tyrosine pathway); microbial ...
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For long term colour make the most of those spaces by using plants that really earn their keep. If you can find plants with ... To encourage more bumblebees try lupins, catmint, Echinops, Echium and the Lamiums or dead nettles. Many of these will attract ... This easy plant has many virtues and is a great way of getting children interested in the wildlife in your garden.. Whereas ... If you plant an old-fashioned broad leaved everlasting pea in a terracotta pot and allow it to scramble up a willow support, ...
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Echinops Plant B01.650.940.800.575.912.250.100.337 Eclipta B01.650.940.800.575.912.250.100.342 Erigeron B01.650.940.800.575.912 ... Plant Epidermis A18.024.750.200 Plant Bark A18.024.750.650 Plant Stomata A18.024.750.825 Trichomes A18.024.812 Plant Leaves ... Plant Root Cap A18.400.525 Mycorrhizae A18.400.625 Plant Tubers A18.400.750 Rhizome A18.400.875 Root Nodules, Plant A18.450 ... Plant A18.024 Plant Components, Aerial A18.024.249 Flowering Tops A18.024.249.500 Flowers A18.024.249.500.249 Germ Cells, Plant ...
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But if you like thistle type plants a dry garden of teasels, echinops, eryngium etc. looks great. But if you love lupins and ... Your type of plants is of course a matter of taste and zone. Cordylines, palms and flaxes are traditional with or without ... Go for dramatic planting in less expensive containers. With white gravel as a background bright colours would shine out and ... If you mean yard UK-style, i.e. a paved area then to make it more interesting with plants rather limits you to containers but ...
Echinops, Geranium, Helenium, Helianthemum or perennial sunflowers, hellebore, Daylilies, Iris, Monarda or beebalm, Rudbeckia ... I would like to fill the bed with plants but have no idea what would thrive there. Can you help me?. ...
... ree - A plant which is woody, branched, and perennial, like a shrub, but of larger size, generally exceeding ten feet in ... of the genus Echinops; the cotton-thistle, of the genus Onopordon; and the sow-thistle, of the genus Sanchus. The name is also ... tomato - A plant and its fruit; the Lycopersicum (or Solanum) esculentum. The fruit, which is called also love-apple, is ... tobacco - 1. A plant, a native of America, of the genus Nicotiana, much used for smoking and chewing, and in snuff. As a ...
Echinops (Globe Thistle) Echinops (Globe Thistle) is a trouble-free and low-maintenance plant that brings outstanding contrast ... Time of Planting: Lilies are best planted in the fall or early spring. If youre planting bulbils (small, black bulb-like ... Plant the Bulbs: The general rule of thumb for planting depth is three times the height of the bulb. This can be around 6-8 ... Planted in spring or fall, they thrive in full sun to part shade locations and do great as potted plants or as cut flowers. ...
Images and growing advice about plants, shrubs and climbing plants which will thrive in dry conditions. ... The 20 best drought resistant plants for dry soil. ... A similar plant is Echinops, with silver blue foliage and ... Most grey and silver leaved plants cope well with dry conditions and look good planted together - silver planting ideas, tips ... Drought-resistant plants and shrubs are amongst some of the most colourful and attractive garden plants, and there are lots to ...
... medicinal plants have a significant part in reducing the severity of malaria due to their widespread use. As a result, more ... In vivo antiplasmodial and toxicological effect of crude ethanol extract of Echinops kebericho traditionally used in treatment ... Plant extracts were found to have very good, good, and moderate anti-malarial activity in mice with rodent Plasmodium species. ... A review of the traditional use of southern African medicinal plants for the treatment of malaria. Cock IE, Selesho MI, van ...
This plant should only be grown in full sunlight. It prefers dry to average moisture levels with very well-dra ... This plant should only be grown in full sunlight. It prefers dry to average moisture levels with very well-drained soil, and ...
  • The planting features Cercis canadensis , Robinia pseudoacacia and Sorbus 'Pink Pagoda' trees beneath and alongside, which are planted everyday favourites - Echinops , Agapanthus , Veronicastrum , Echinacea and Miscanthus in colours that are soft and subtle. (rhs.org.uk)
  • Echinops ritro, the southern globethistle, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to southern and eastern Europe (from Spain east to Turkey, Ukraine, and Belarus), and western Asia. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Echinops , family Asteraceae , comprises 200 species of annual and perennial herbaceous plants native to Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Africa. (consultaplantas.com)
  • A perennial herbaceous plant of the asteraceae (complex-flowered) family. (medprep.info)
  • A plant genus of the family ASTERACEAE. (bvsalud.org)
  • Most of the plant species used were from the Asteraceae and Fabaceae families with eight species each. (bvsalud.org)
  • Pale blue Scutellaria incana, with the globular inflorescences of Echinops bannaticus and the white umbellifer Selinum wallichianum in the foreground. (hauserwirth.com)
  • Echinops is a genus of about 130 species of flowering plants found in tropical and North Africa, the Mediterranean basin and West Asia, extending eastwards to China and Japan. (civilsdaily.com)
  • Either low growing, billowing mounds of tiny flowers like Gypsophila or Geranium , or look for taller plants like Verbena bonariensis , Sanguisorba , Thalictrum and Fennel, that have a transparent quality, allowing you to see through to what is behind as well as in front. (rareplantfair.co.uk)
  • As far as I'm aware, the Echinops cultivars sold as perennials are not prone to invasiveness. (nargs.org)
  • A retail and mail-order plant nursery specializing in unusual and hard-to-find perennials, ornamental grasses, shrubs, trees, and vines. (diggingdog.com)
  • There are so many species from such a lot of genera that I thought I'd start a board that was more general - Panayoti and others have been rapping on spiny plants on the Cactus discussions and I love pricklies (although Monica doesn't so I have to keep them out of touch with one another) but above all I think thistles of all sorts are the great gems. (nargs.org)
  • Many plants are called thistles and have in common prickliness. (gardenista.com)
  • Globe thistles (Echinops ritro) put on a cooling blue display, are very attractive to hummingbirds and other pollinators. (blogspot.com)
  • The daisies, sunflowers, asters, thistles, and others of this group with all their relatives consist of more genera (over 800) than any other plant family. (gardeningcalendar.ca)
  • Species: Echinops,compositia. (growsonyou.com)
  • Researchers have discovered a new species of Echinops Sahyadricus (Sahyadri Globe Thistle) from the Rajgad Fort in the Sahyadri Mountains. (civilsdaily.com)
  • The new species is unique because of the size of its composite inflorescence which measures up to 9 cm in diameter that is relatively large compared to other Echinops species found around the world. (civilsdaily.com)
  • Aside from saxaul, the flora is represented by two rare species of plants, recommended for protection at the regional level: Krylov's ferule (Ferula krylovii Korov. (orexca.com)
  • What is amazing is that only half of these species are readily available in the nursery trade and only five species of Hydrangea provide us with the hundreds of unique plants (cultivars) in which to beautify our gardens. (blogspot.com)
  • The species is not a spectacular garden plant with its small mostly fertile flowers, but there are some noteworthy cultivars that are worth growing. (blogspot.com)
  • This study aimed to document the medicinal plant species used by experienced TMP in treating snakebite envenomation in selected post-conflict parts of Uganda. (bvsalud.org)
  • RESULTS: Sixty plant species from 28 families were documented with high consensus among the isolated indigenous Ik tribe of Kaabong district. (bvsalud.org)
  • Temperatures are cool to chilly (30-50° F / 0-10° C). It is time for bare-root planting of trees, shrubs, and roses, pruning of non-spring bloomers, soil amendment, and odd jobs like sprinkler repair. (oaktrees.org)
  • Buy and plant (late January) bare-root trees and shrubs like camellias, azaleas, and rhododendrons. (oaktrees.org)
  • Take hardwood cuttings from woody perennial vines and shrubs to root for new plants. (oaktrees.org)
  • Your garden's beautiful plants and shrubs should be a masterpiece, not a feast for the neighborhood deer herd. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • Purple flowers, purple foliage plants, vines, and shrubs have a soothing effect when used in the landscape. (meadowview.com)
  • Echinops - Globe Thistle The Globe Thistle is very interesting if one likes thorny, prickly plants. (backyardgardener.com)
  • Globe Thistle is a plant that grows 2 to 5 feet tall with spikey foliage that deters deer. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • Some interesting plants can be found here, such as the heterophyllous poplar (Populus diversifolia), Zaisan globe-thistle (Echinops zaissanicus), a South Altaian endemic wormwood (Artemidia), saltwort (Chenopodiacea), elms (Caragana arborescens), irises (Iridaceae), and tulips (Tulipa). (orexca.com)
  • Also known as Globe Thistle, Echinops produce globular, spiky violet-blue flower heads on 2-3' plants. (gardentrends.com)
  • Echinops ritro and the subspecies E. ritro subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • Subspecies Echinops ritro subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • siculus (Strobl) Greuter Echinops ritro subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • RHS Plant Selector - Echinops ritro subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • I also feel there is room for more lace-cap selections, especially selections made from plants like H. arborescens subsp. (blogspot.com)
  • Kožuharov The Plant List, Echinops ritro L. Altervista Flora Italiana, Cardo pallottola meridionale, Echinops ritro L. Flora of North America, Echinops ritro Linnaeus Biota of North America Program, 2014 county distribution map RHS A-Z encyclopedia of garden plants. (wikipedia.org)
  • The Smooth Hydrangea, Hydrangea arborescens (Eastern U.S, Zone 3), is a wonderful, hardy plant that blooms in midsummer. (blogspot.com)
  • Last year one of the last plants I purchased from den Haan's before they closed their garden centre in favour of expanding their vegetable production greenhouses was a pot of Agapanthus. (blogspot.com)
  • Browse our collection of more than 2,000 plants and seeds, which can be ordered directly from our favorite shops and growers. (gardenista.com)
  • Consider planting your purple flower seeds, bulbs and cuttings in masses for swaths of color when planning a purple garden. (meadowview.com)
  • Echinops ritro is a clump-forming, 4-foot tall plant with golf ball sized blue flower heads atop stiff, rigid stems clad with deeply lobed, dark green, thistle-like foliage. (missouribotanicalgarden.org)
  • Foremost among the latter is the grass Sporobolus heterolepis , which is planted en masse in the beds near the centre of the garden, and achieves a much greater prominence as it decays, demonstrating an incredible ability to gather and multiply sunlight. (hauserwirth.com)
  • wide blooms assure a breathtaking summer spectacle en masse with swaths of Echinops 'Blue Glow' and Monarda 'Violet Queen' interspersed. (diggingdog.com)
  • Hardy Ferns - Shield Fern, Hay-scented or Gossamer Fern, Lady and Male Ferns, Royal Fern, Maidenhair Fern, Cinnamon Fern, Walking Fern, Climbing Fern Almost everybody has a spot in the garden around the home which is so shady that very few plants will grow there and consequently these spots are bare eyesores. (backyardgardener.com)
  • Coneflower plants grow 2 to 5 feet tall, and during the summer, they are covered in profusions of enormous, daisy-like, purple or pink cone-shaped petals. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • When depends upon the soil and the rooting characteristics of the plant involved, how much will be governed by the amount of soil that is dried out. (backyardgardener.com)
  • The plants vary considerably as do their flowers but it is the flowers that carry certain family characteristics for which we should look. (gardeningcalendar.ca)
  • Echinops is a little more spiny, a little more gnarly, it looks like it might bite you. (gardensmart.tv)
  • They can grace containers or be planted in swaths along shady walkways or in woodland gardens. (diggingdog.com)
  • A new, rarely-seen, and very attractive hardy perennial plant with thin spires of pink-eyed, creamy-white flowers which are held stiffly above clumps of distinctive, thick, rubbery, grey-green leaves. (plant-world-seeds.com)
  • But flowers ripen to seed-heads and the plant retains an important structural integrity throughout the summer. (hauserwirth.com)
  • During the summer and fall, powerful panicles of fragrant, long-lasting flowers in pinks, whites, reds, and purples are produced on top of 3- to 4-foot plants. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • Personally I like to start by picking a bunch of flowers to experiment with colour schemes and plant combinations. (rareplantfair.co.uk)
  • By planting pollinator-friendly flowers, you can create a beautiful and beneficial garden. (tripletreenurseryland.com)
  • The form and size of a herb garden is determined by the interest these plants hold for the individual. (backyardgardener.com)
  • Record the plants in your garden, share your photos, and make like-minded friends. (growsonyou.com)
  • The definitive guide to stylish outdoor spaces, with garden tours, hardscape help, plant primers, and daily design news. (gardenista.com)
  • The plant support is much better quality than the usual offerings in local garden centres. (harrodhorticultural.com)
  • Molinia 'Moorhexe' is a much more compact, upright plant, used in the Cloister Garden. (hauserwirth.com)
  • Not only does it flower through August and September, but its healthy emerald-green leaves clothe the plant right to its base and are amongst the freshest things in the late garden. (hauserwirth.com)
  • Not only do they make up for the lack of color by using textures and forms, but as well, different plant material to provide depth to the garden. (gardensmart.tv)
  • This beautiful garden for a coastal location has generous colourful planting and a relaxed feel. (rhs.org.uk)
  • This is a garden we can all appreciate - it offers a place to sit and enjoy the plants, landscaping, pergola and decking as well as to look out and enjoy the view beyond. (rhs.org.uk)
  • Plant these underneath a purple-leaved tree, such as the Japanese maple, to complement your purple garden design. (meadowview.com)
  • Remember to consider sunlight or shade requirements for plants when planning a purple garden. (meadowview.com)
  • If you're thinking of creating a blue and purple scheme in your garden, lavender is probably the first plant that will come to mind. (meadowview.com)
  • These Hydrangeas have proven themselves to be great garden plants for our harsh continental climate. (blogspot.com)
  • When choosing plants for your pollinator-friendly garden, aim to have at least one plant in flower at any time of year. (tripletreenurseryland.com)
  • To protect pollinators, do your best to avoid spraying pesticides in your garden, and never use pesticides on plants that are in flower. (tripletreenurseryland.com)
  • It makes an excellent plant for the rock garden or front of the border. (blogspot.com)
  • These dark-eyed delphiniums look fantastic planted in bold clumps as part of a cottage-garden scheme or towards the back of a well-drained, sunny border, where they will add height and bold splashes of colour. (waitrosegarden.com)
  • Even now, when passing the plant which came from grandmother's garden, some pluck a leaf in order to enjoy its fragrance. (gardeningcalendar.ca)
  • They are resistant plants to the habitual plagues but sensitive to the excess of irrigation. (consultaplantas.com)
  • The following 32 deer-resistant plants will help you maintain a pristine yard. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • These plants are exceptional and are proven but they have some TRIAL GARDENS. (gardensmart.tv)
  • It is a superb plant for rock gardens. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • I love morning glories, and was pleased to find some already-started plants at Lavender Hill Nursery in Jordan Falls , on the south shore between Liverpool and Shelburne. (blogspot.com)
  • Plant groundcovers and ornamental grasses. (oaktrees.org)
  • It can be mass planted to acheive the same winter interest you get with ornamental grasses like Miscantuhus . (blogspot.com)
  • Try out your own combinations (you could play around with the plethora of potted plants at a nursery) and discover what you like. (rareplantfair.co.uk)
  • The plant material was provided by Blooms of Bessingham, with which they have a good working relationship. (gardensmart.tv)
  • Sedums are drought-tolerant succulents that range in height and shape from tall plants to low-growing groundcovers 6 to 24 inches tall and are smothered with star-shaped blooms in the fall. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • An enormous bushy native plant with lacey leaves that reaches heights of 4 to 6 feet and bears airy white flower blooms in the summer. (hayfarmguy.com)
  • Although I encountered a few scarlet lily beetles this summer, I killed them all and was rewarded with great blooms in the lilies I planted and transplanted from my previous life. (blogspot.com)
  • Dutch horticulturist Wouter Kromhout brings us an exciting new lace-cap called White Dome This strong growing plant has extremely large dome-shaped blooms and large, attractive dark green leaves on a 5-6' tall plant. (blogspot.com)
  • Usual 'spider' and anemone mums in pink and white pastel colors will be accompanied by large and small succulents plants. (comozooconservatory.org)
  • A full sun lover, this plant is best grown in moist , well-drained soils . (gardenia.net)
  • It is important to select the right diameter for each plant as there is a range of sizes available. (harrodhorticultural.com)
  • Another plant, not a daisy but which you may not recognize as a chrysanthemum is costmary, Chrysanthemum balsamita . (gardeningcalendar.ca)
  • There will be green sting ray colcassia, pink, purple and white scabiosa plants, and blue echinops. (comozooconservatory.org)
  • I don't know why more people don't plant blue leadwort or plumbago, (Ceratostigma plumbaginioides) unless they have had trouble overwintering it. (blogspot.com)
  • Many medicinal plants are locally used for snakebite treatment in Uganda. (bvsalud.org)
  • Piet Oudolf can be credited with helping to achieve a major shift in emphasis in planting design towards achieving a climactic display in late summer and autumn, rather than peaking earlier in the season. (hauserwirth.com)
  • But let us not forget that the sap of summer has not yet left all plants and there is still time for a prolonged floral display even as the nights lengthen. (hauserwirth.com)
  • With Summer behind us, October at Como means smaller crowds and close encounters with the plants and animals. (comozooconservatory.org)
  • Below is a list of popular summer flowering plants. (thegardenersguild.co.uk)
  • Summer flowering plants are usually planted in spring (or, even better, the previous year) to ensure they have time to establish. (thegardenersguild.co.uk)
  • Remember to keep your summer flowering plants well watered or your display may be lost in the summer heat. (thegardenersguild.co.uk)
  • Many people buy plants that have been force grown and are on sale, and in flower, at the wrong time of year. (thegardenersguild.co.uk)
  • Buy plants because of when they should flower not just because they are in flower. (thegardenersguild.co.uk)
  • Include plants that flower or those that provide changing foliage for seasonal interest. (meadowview.com)
  • I then think of a simple combination, it could be just two plants, that flower during each season and for me represent the look I am going for. (rareplantfair.co.uk)
  • Plant and flower shape is equally important, as is the overall character of a plant. (rareplantfair.co.uk)
  • Plants that are a bit "fluffy" or "frothy" create a great foil to bolder flower shapes. (rareplantfair.co.uk)
  • Winter and early spring are the most challenging times for pollinators, so it's essential to include plants that will flower in those seasons. (tripletreenurseryland.com)
  • To keep your pollinators supplied with food all year round, aim to have at least one or two plants in flower at any time. (tripletreenurseryland.com)
  • The Echinops is also from Turkey, a small island in Lake Van (an interesting salt lake in eastern Turkey). (nargs.org)
  • I'm not sure yet @anges I started mine last year from a small plant i got at the farmers market. (gardentags.com)
  • Plant as a specimen or in small groups. (gardenia.net)