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    PENTHORUM sedo >

    Plant Description

    Life Cycle:Perennial
    Family:Penthoraceae
    Special Features:Flower heads mindful of Sedum, nice fall-color.
    Basic Colour:(yellow / gold)
    Flower Colour:yellow-green
    Natural Flowering Period:May – July
    Winter Hardiness Zones:Z5 – Z8
    Growth Habit:clumping / dense
    Height with Flowers:45 cm
    Usage:suitable for cutting

    (1) Cold-germinators are still referred to as frost-germinators, although this isn’t quite correct. The sowing must be kept warm (about +18 to +22°C) [about 64 to 72°F] and moist for the first 2–4 weeks. After this period the sowing must be kept at a cold temperature (between –4 and +4°C) [between 25 and 39°F] for another 4–6 weeks. Colder temperatures of –5°C [23°F] are only advantageous for most species of the Ranunculus family. It is not so important if the temperature is higher or lower during the cooling period, but the cooling period has to be prolonged because the synthesis of the germination inducer, hormon-like acid, slows down or comes to a standstill.
    It is beneficial to cover the sowing with snow during the cooling-period. The temperature below it usually keeps in the optimum range of –4 to 0°C [25 to 32°F]. The sowing is kept moist, and the melting snow helps to destroy the shell, which is advantageous for the germinating seedling. After this cooling-period the sowing may not be immediately exposed to high temperatures. The most effective temperatures are between +5 to +12°C [41 to 54°F], even if germination has started. The best location for this sowing, even in March, April and May, is the open field, the cold frame or a cold greenhouse.

    Penthorum sedoides 6DH питьевой падает Гомеопатия BOIRON

    бренд: Boiron dilutions homéopathiques

    Penthorum sedoides 6DH гомеопатические устные капли, раствор Boiron

    На складе высылается в течение 1-2 рабочих дней

    Внимание: последний на складе!

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    Penthorum sedoides 6DH падает гомеопатия BOIRON

    Penthorum sedoides 6DH является гомеопатическое лекарство обусловлено лаборатории Boiron

    Дозировка и способ применения

    употребление наркотиков у взрослых и медицинские консультации для детей.

    Penthorum sedoides 6DH устные капли, раствор для приема внутрь. Капли должны быть растворены в небольшом количестве воды.

    Эти дозировки являются приблизительными и могут варьироваться в зависимости от природы лекарственного средства и в клиническом контексте.

    разбавления (устные капли, раствор)

    Бутылка 30 или 60 мл (600 или 1200 капель)
    Обычная дозировка
    Взрослый: от 10 до 15 капель на вылов
    Дети в возрасте до 12 лет: по 1 капле на год жизни, не более 10 капель в дозе.
    не используйте без консультации с врачом.
    От 2 до 3 раз в день.
    оральный
    разбавляют в небольшом количестве воды,

    состав

    Penthorum sedoides 6DH в гомеопатическом разведении BOIRON бутылки 30 или 60 мл

    Французская гомеопатическая лаборатория Boiron приобрела уникальное ноу-хау в области качественного производства гомеопатических унитарных лекарств по низким ценам , плод более чем полувекового опыта и инноваций. Производство гомеопатических лекарств отвечает специфическим фармацевтическим и нормативным требованиям. Все этапы производства контролируются фармацевтами, ответственными за качество композиции каждой партии. Сырье (минеральное, животное или растительное) подлежит идеальной прослеживаемости в соответствии с требованиями французских санитарных норм.

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    Мы отослали все имеющиеся гомеопатические штаммы и их разведения в лабораторию Boiron, специалиста по гомеопатическим гранулам во Франции и в мире.

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    Матерная настойка Бойрон, Леннинг-рокаль или weleda является сырьем гомеопатических лекарств марки этих французских гомеопатических лабораторий. Его получают путем мацерации свежих растений в смеси спирта. Жидкость, наполненная активными ингредиентами , затем фильтруется, чтобы получить высококонцентрированный раствор: настойка матери, эффективная и естественная травяная медицина. Можно встретить материнские настойки из сухих растений , но в этом случае активные ингредиенты будут меньше. Сегодня на материнских настойках доступно более ста лекарственных растений.

    Устно, маточные настойки разбавляют в стакане воды со скоростью 30 капель 3 раза в день в течение примерно десяти дней. Если есть сомнения, прекратите лечение и обратитесь к врачу.

    Настоятельно рекомендуется проконсультироваться с врачом или фитотерапевтом, чтобы получить дозу, адаптированную к вашему делу.

    Предупреждение: следующие настойки могут быть токсичными за пределами определенной дозы, поэтому принимайте их в соответствии с рекомендацией специалиста (врача, гомеопата, натуропата): Аконит, Белладонна, Колхикум, Конваллария , Datura, Digitalis, Gelsemium, Hyosciamus, Lobelia, Scilla и Strophantus .

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    Penthorum sedo >

    Wasser-Dickblatt

    Penthorum sedo >

    Wasser-Dickblatt

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    Beschreibung

    Dicht beblдtterte, kompakte Stдngelpflanze aus Nordamerika. Sie ist anspruchslos und einfach.

    Die frisch hellgrьnen, leicht gezackten Blдtter, kombiniert mit vielen Seitentrieben und fast kriechendem Wuchs, machen diese Pflanze sehr attraktiv. Sehr geeignet fьr die Mitte bzw. den Vordergrund.

    Ohne Zugabe von CO2 und bei sehr wenig Licht wдchst die Pflanze mehr aufrecht und weniger kompakt.

    Penthorum sedoides kommt meistens in der emersen Form (Landform) in den Handel und hat dann deutlich grцЯere Blдtter in einem weiteren Abstand zueinander. Unter Wasser entwickelt die Pflanze dann kompaktere Triebe mit kleineren, heller grьnen Blдttern.

    Penthorum sedoides ist eine etwa 30 bis 60 cm hohe, aufrechte Staude, die im цstlichen Nordamerika von Kanada bis in die US-Sьdstaaten verbreitet ist. Sie wдchst als Land- bzw. Sumpfpflanze an nassen Standorten wie z.B. Ufern und Grдben. Manchmal ist sie in der Natur aber auch zeitweise submers in flachem Wasser anzutreffen.

    Erst vor wenigen Jahren haben Aquarianer in den USA herausgefunden, dass sich P. sedo >(mehr lesen)

    Penthorum sedoides ist eine etwa 30 bis 60 cm hohe, aufrechte Staude, die im цstlichen Nordamerika von Kanada bis in die US-Sьdstaaten verbreitet ist. Sie wдchst als Land- bzw. Sumpfpflanze an nassen Standorten wie z.B. Ufern und Grдben. Manchmal ist sie in der Natur aber auch zeitweise submers in flachem Wasser anzutreffen.

    Erst vor wenigen Jahren haben Aquarianer in den USA herausgefunden, dass sich P. sedoides als submerse Aquarienpflanze eignet. In Europa kommt diese Art schon seit lдngerem gelegentlich als Sumpfpflanze fьr Gartenteichrдnder in den Handel, sie wird auch in botanischen Gдrten kultiviert. Im Aquarienhobby ist sie hier jedoch zur Zeit (2014) noch kaum bekannt. Die Firma Tropica (Dдnemark) hat P. sedoides bereits in ihr Aquarienpflanzen-Sortiment aufgenommen.

    Penthorum sedoides hat zwar die Namen “Sumpfdickblatt” und “ditch stonecrop” (“Graben-Fetthenne”), ist aber keine dickblдttrige (sukkulente) Pflanze. Die Blдtter der emersen Pflanze sind wechselstдndig am Stдngel angeordnet, elliptisch-lanzettlich bis verkehrt-lanzettlich, laufen spitz zu und haben einen gesдgten Rand. Die kleinen cremefarbenen, grьnlichen bis rцtlichen Blьten erscheinen im Hoch- und Spдtsommer in mehreren gespreizten Дhren an der Stдngelspitze. Die Pflanze ist in Freilandkultur winterhart und sдt sich leicht selbst aus. Sie hat eine attraktive rosa bis rote Herbstfдrbung und ьberwintert mit kriechenden Rhizomen im Boden, wдhrend die aufrechten Triebe absterben.

    Die submersen Triebe von Penthorum sedoides sind kleiner, kompakter und dichter beblдttert als die emersen Sprosse. Sie wachsen strikt aufrecht und haben einen krдftigen Stдngel. Die Unterwasserblдtter sind hellgrьn, mehr oder weniger wellig und haben wie die emersen Blдtter eine lanzettliche Form und einen gesдgten Blattrand.

    Penthorum sedoides Ditch Stonecrop

    Ditch Stonecrop is a rather unusual looking plant. Long tapered leaves branch off from the stem and alternate. At the top are clusters of small greenish-yellow flowers that branch out, almost looking like octopus tentacles. Towards the end of the season the flowers turn a rusty red-orange color as the fruit matures. They are a stunning and welcome site in the late-fall. Ditch Stonecrop likes partial shade to full sun and wet soil. It can be found in the wild in ditches, along shorelines, and in marshes. It may spread by rhizomes to form a colony if the conditions are right.

    Growing your own plants from seed is the most economical way to add natives to your home. Before you get started, one of the most important things to know about the seeds of wild plants is that many have built-in dormancy mechanisms that prevent the seed from germinating. In nature, this prevents a population of plants from germinating all at once, before killing frosts, or in times of drought. To propagate native plants, a gardener must break this dormancy before seed will grow.

    Each species is different, so be sure to check the GERMINATION CODE listed on the website, in the catalog, or on your seed packet. Then, follow the GERMINATION INSTRUCTIONS prior to planting. Some species don’t need any pre-treatment to germinate, but some species have dormancy mechanisms that must be broken before the seed will germinate. Some dormancy can be broken in a few minutes, but some species take months or even years.

    Seed dormancy can be broken artificially by prolonged refrigeration of damp seed in the process of cold/moist STRATIFICATION. A less complicated approach is to let nature handle the stratifying through a dormant seeding, sowing seeds on the surface of a weed-free site in late fall or winter. Tucked safely beneath the snow, seeds will be conditioned by weathering to make germination possible in subsequent growing seasons.

    To learn more, download: Seed Starting Basics.

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    Penthorum sedoides Ditch Stonecrop

    Ditch Stonecrop is a rather unusual looking plant. Long tapered leaves branch off from the stem and alternate. At the top are clusters of small greenish-yellow flowers that branch out, almost looking like octopus tentacles. Towards the end of the season the flowers turn a rusty red-orange color as the fruit matures. They are a stunning and welcome site in the late-fall. Ditch Stonecrop likes partial shade to full sun and wet soil. It can be found in the wild in ditches, along shorelines, and in marshes. It may spread by rhizomes to form a colony if the conditions are right.

    Growing your own plants from seed is the most economical way to add natives to your home. Before you get started, one of the most important things to know about the seeds of wild plants is that many have built-in dormancy mechanisms that prevent the seed from germinating. In nature, this prevents a population of plants from germinating all at once, before killing frosts, or in times of drought. To propagate native plants, a gardener must break this dormancy before seed will grow.

    Each species is different, so be sure to check the GERMINATION CODE listed on the website, in the catalog, or on your seed packet. Then, follow the GERMINATION INSTRUCTIONS prior to planting. Some species don’t need any pre-treatment to germinate, but some species have dormancy mechanisms that must be broken before the seed will germinate. Some dormancy can be broken in a few minutes, but some species take months or even years.

    Seed dormancy can be broken artificially by prolonged refrigeration of damp seed in the process of cold/moist STRATIFICATION. A less complicated approach is to let nature handle the stratifying through a dormant seeding, sowing seeds on the surface of a weed-free site in late fall or winter. Tucked safely beneath the snow, seeds will be conditioned by weathering to make germination possible in subsequent growing seasons.

    To learn more, download: Seed Starting Basics.

    BARE ROOTS:

    We dig bare-root plants from our outdoor beds and ship them April-May and October. We are among the few still employing this production method, which is labor intensive but plant-friendly. They arrive to you dormant, with little to no top-growth (bare-root), packed in peat moss. They should be planted as soon as possible. Unlike greenhouse-grown plants, bare-root plants can be planted during cold weather or anytime the soil is not frozen. A root photo is included with each species to illustrate the optimal depth and orientation. Planting instructions/care are also included with each order.

    POTTED PLANTS:

    Trays of 38 plants and 3-packs leave our Midwest greenhouse based on species readiness (well-rooted for transit) and based on order date; shipping begins early-May and goes into June. Plant cells are approximately 2” wide x 5” deep in the trays, and 2.5″ wide x 3.5″ deep in the 3-packs; ideal for deep-rooted natives. Full-color tags and planting instructions/care are included with each order.

    Shipping & Handling Charges:

    BARE ROOT and POTTED PLANTS $50.00 and under: $7.50
    over $50.00: 15% of the total plant cost
    (for orders over $1,000 a package signature will be required)

    TOOLS and BOOKS have the shipping fee included in the cost of the product (within the contiguous US).

    **We are required to collect state sales tax in certain states. Your state’s eligibility and % will be calculated at checkout. MN State Sales Tax of 7.375% is applied for orders picked up at our MN location. Shipping & handling charges are also subject to the sales tax.

    Shipping Season:

    SEED, TOOLS and BOOKS are sent year-round. Most orders ship within a day or two upon receipt.

    BARE ROOT PLANTS are shipped during optimal transplanting time: Spring (April-May) and Fall (Oct). Some ephemeral species are also available for summer shipping. Since our plants are field-grown, Nature sets the schedule each year as to when our season will begin and end. We fill all orders, on a first-come, first-serve basis, to the best of our ability depending on weather conditions beyond our control.

    POTTED PLANTS (Trays of 38 and 3-packs) typically begin shipping early May and go into June; shipping time is heavily dependent on all the species in your order being well-rooted. If winter-spring greenhouse growing conditions are favorable and all species are well-rooted at once, then we ship by order date (first come, first serve). We are a Midwest greenhouse, and due to the challenges of getting all the species in the Mix & Match and Pre-Designed Garden Kits transit-ready at the same time, we typically can’t ship before early May. Earlier shipment requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

    *We are unable to ship PLANTS (bare root or potted) outside the contiguous US or to CALIFORNIA due to regulations.

    Delivery:

    We ship using USPS, UPS and Spee Dee. UPS and Spee Dee are often used for expediting plant orders; they will not deliver to Post Office Box numbers, so please also include your street address if ordering plants. We send tracking numbers to your email address so please include it when you order.

    FOR MORE DETAILED SHIPPING INFORMATION, INCLUDING CANADA SHIPPING RATES (SEED ONLY), PLEASE SEE ‘SHIPPING’ AT THE FOOTER OF THIS WEBSITE.

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    Grams per 1000 seeds:0.01 Gram
    Seeds per Gram
    (does not correspond to the number of plants!):
    99999
    Gram to get 1000 plants
    (if sown directly into pots etc. you will need a larger quantity):
    0.1 Gram
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