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  • HA Those are some kind of Echium, a plant I know little about, except those were gigantic!

    People Of Spring Fling Chicago « Fairegarden

  • Four years ago we brought home some seeds of Echium fastuosum from Tasmania.

    Country diary: Fordingbridge

  • One product due out this fall, Omega Earth and Sea, combines omega-3 fatty acids obtained from the sea, kalparine algae and the land, Echium seed oil, both rich sources omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acids.

    Robert Tornambe, M.D.: Fish Oil for Your Face? The New Anti-Aging Phenomenon

  • What on earth are those giant Echium tower things?

    People Of Spring Fling Chicago « Fairegarden

  • The Echium towers at the CBG have been shown on many blogs.

    People Of Spring Fling Chicago « Fairegarden

  • A few kilometers outside the Park and summit area, congenerics found include the legume Adenocarpus foliosus, the bugloss Echium virescens and the daisy Argynantemum frutescens.

    Teide National Park, Spain

  • The species endemic to the mountain include its two most representative species, sticky broom Adenocarpus viscosus and the widespread Teide white broom Spartocytisus supranubius, also Teide violet Viola cheiranthifolia which grows up to the summit, Teide edelweiss Gnaphalium teydeum, dwarf bugloss Echium auberianum, the thistle Stemmacantha cynaroides and the Teide catmint Nepeta teydia var. albiflora.

    Teide National Park, Spain

  • Other Canary Island endemics are shrubby scabious Pterocephalus lasiospermus, Teide daisy Argynanthemum teneriffae, red bugloss Echium wildpretti, flixweed Descurainia bourgeauana and D. lemsii, Canary Island wallflower Erisimon scoparius and Canary Island wall lettuce Tolpis webbii.

    Teide National Park, Spain

  • Both endemic species and genera are found and these include Spartocytisus supranubius, Erysimum scoparium, Nepeta teydea, Plantago webbii, Senecio palmensis, Juniperus cedrus, Polycarpaea tenuis, and Echium sp.

    Canary Islands dry woodlands and forests

  • Some of the endemic and representative species are Bosea yervamora, Echium strictum, Greenovia aurea, Aeonium sp.,

    Canary Islands dry woodlands and forests


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