weeping golden bell

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weeping golden bell

Chinese medicine
A shrub, the fruit of which is analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, diuretic and has been used for abscesses, allergies, breast tumours, colds, fever, heat rash and lymphadenitis.
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Forsythiae fructus (FE), a fruit of Forsythia suspensa (Thunb) Va hi that possesses antibacterial (Yang et al.
Forsythia suspensa Vahl (Oleaceae) (FSE) is a climbing plant widely distributed in China, Japan and Korea.
Forsythia suspensa extract was prepared using the method described by Wang et al.
52 formula, Artemisia capillaris (capillary wormwood, yin chen hao) leaf, Yin Chen Hao Tang, Ligusticum porteri (osha) root, Ligusticum grayi (oshala) root, Lomatium dissection (desert parsley) root, Forsythia suspensa (lian qiao) herb, Hypericum perforatum (St.
The first was a Weeping Forsythia hedge, Forsythia suspensa sieboldi, planted about 40 years ago from rooted cuttings to screen a trash area.
If you have a wall or fence available you could choose to plant forsythia suspensa which is ideally suited to wall training.
intermedia Lynwood - one of a number of hybrids between the lovely weeping Forsythia suspensa and the somewhat squat but upright F.
Forsythia suspensa - great against a wall because of its gentle arching branches where it can reach as much as 10ft or so.
For an east or north facing wall, consider Forsythia suspensa sieboldii.
Here we report that aqueous extracts of Forsythia fruit (Fructus Forsythiae, Lianqiao in Chinese; Forsythia suspensa Vahl (Oleaceae)) and Fleeceflower stem (Caulis Polygoni multiflori; Shouwuteng in Chinese; Polygonum multiflorum A.
So far, they are thriving and taking to their wall-training without complaint, along with Griselinia littoralis Variegata, an evergreen foliage shrub with green and yellow leaves; two kinds of honeysuckle, Lonicera japonica and Lonicera periclymenum `Serotina' (Late Dutch); Forsythia suspensa, the best forsythia for fences, which produces yellow, star-shaped blooms in early spring before the leaves appear; and winter-flowering jasmine, which performs a similar wonder even earlier.
Some of the best known are as follows: Lynwood which is one of a number of hybrids between the lovely weeping Forsythia suspensa and the somewhat squat but upright F.