Phlomis sentence example

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  • But as soon as the soil loses its fertile humus it produces only a few Phlomis, Alhagi camelorum, Psammae, Salsolaceae, Artemisiae, Peganum and some poppies and Chamomillae, but only in the spring.
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  • Jerusalem Sage (Phlomis Fruticosa) - A shrubby kind, hardy in warm dry soils, with evergreen stems at times reaching 6 to 8 feet, but mostly 3 or 4 feet high, and clothed with evergreen woolly-grey leaves of wrinkled texture.
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  • Phlomis Armeniaca - With down-covered silvery leaves and stems crowded with whorls of rosy flowers, several of which are in good condition at the same time.
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  • Phlomis Cashmeriana - At its best a striking plant, about 2 feet high, with densely woolly stems and leaves, and heavily crowded whorls of pale lilac or rosy-purple flowers, from the end of July.
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  • Phlomis Herba-Venti - Handsome perennial from Spain, needing a warm dry soil and some protection if grown far inland.
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  • Phlomis Russelliana (Phlomis Viscosa) - A rather clammy plant of 3 feet, with bold wrinkled leaves, green above and downy beneath, and numerous bright yellow flowers of fine effect.
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  • Phlomis Samia - For warm soils, free in its pale yellow and orange flowers, sometimes shading to pink.
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  • Phlomis Tuberosa - In good soils, 3 to 5 feet, with handsome dark-green leaves and dense whorls of rosy-purple flowers in summer, partly fringed with white hairs.
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  • Leonitis is a distinct and handsome plant of the Salvia Order, allied to Phlomis, about 2 feet high, and bearing in summer whorls of very showy bright scarlet flowers.
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