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Halo : The Plastik – Gloriah Crown – RoseGold. At The Secret Affair.

Earrings : The Plastik – Salvie earrings – Pastella. At The Secret Affair.

Hair : Exile – City Princess.

Mesh Head : Lelutka Stella, with Glam Affair applier, Artic.

Eye make up : Nuuna – Lelutka applier MYA. At Cosmetic Fair.

Ears : Mandala Steking Ears

  

Giardino Segreto di Tramontana.

Al tempo, (già nel 1680 si avevano notizie della sua esistenza) lo chiamavano il giardino di cipolle, per la presenza di tante bulbose da fiore, o il giardino de’ fiori a tramontana, perché era posizionato lungo la parete nord ovest di quel casino nobile che oggi è noto come Galleria Borghese.

Questo spazio verde, uno dei tre giardini “segreti” di Villa Borghese – gli altri sono la “Meridiana” e il “Parterre”, rispettivamente dall’altro lato e nell’area retrostante il Museo – è stato da poco restaurato e sarà inserito in un programma di visite guidate, pensate principalmente per il vasto pubblico che affolla la Galleria, a partire da settembre 2016.

Il giardino segreto, retaggio dell’hortus conclusus medievale, e chiamato così perché cinto da mura, o da siepi, si vede dalle finestre del Museo: è un rettangolo lungo quasi 90 metri, scandito da un’armoniosa successione d’aiuole; la simmetria severa del giardino all’italiana, in questo appezzamento relativamente grande, s’apprezza come un delicato divertissement. Costato 60mila euro, il ripristino del Giardino segreto di Tramontana ha permesso di rimetterne assieme la flora sulla base del progetto originale: quasi 1000 le piante, tra cui 300 tagate gialle, salvie ornamentali e due gruppi di Hibiscus mutabis, il cui fiore cambia colore al variare delle condizioni di luce, durante la giornata.

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Tramontana Secret Garden.

At the time, (already in 1680 they had news of its existence) called him the onion garden, for the presence of so many flowering bulbous, or the garden of 'flowers to the north, because it was located along the northwest wall of the mess nobleman who is now known as the Galleria Borghese.

This green space, one of the three gardens "secrets" of Villa Borghese - the others are the "Sundial" and the "Parterre", respectively, on the other side and in the area behind the Museum - it has been recently restored and will be added to a program of guided tours, mainly designed for the broad audience that crowded the gallery, starting from September 2016.

The secret garden, a legacy of Hortus conclusus medieval, and so called because it surrounded by walls, or hedges, you can see from the windows of the Museum: is a rectangle almost 90 meters long, punctuated by a harmonious succession of flower beds; the strict symmetry of the Italian garden, in this plot relatively large, as people appreciate a delicate divertissement. Cost 60 thousand euro, restore the Tramontana Secret Garden has permission to transmit with the flora on the basis of the original project: nearly 1,000 plants, including 300 yellow tagged, ornamental sage and two groups of Hibiscus mutabis, whose flower color changes to changing light conditions throughout the day.

 

meadow clary (sage)

Wiesen-Salbei

salvie de câmp

meadow clary (sage)

Wiesen-Salbei

salvie de câmp

Il luogo, ove oggi sorge il complesso abbaziale delle Tre Fontane, anticamente individuato con il nome di Acque Salvie, consiste in una piccola valle situata sul percorso dell’antica via Laurentina. Esso rappresenta uno dei luoghi più importanti della cristianità in quanto qui venne decapitato l’apostolo Paolo il 29 giugno del 67. Sin dal VI sec. d.C. la zona è stata eletta come residenza da uomini di fede con l’intento di testimoniare, con la rinuncia agli agi e ai beni terreni, l’amore per Dio.

Il complesso abbaziale si apre con un tranquillo e bel giardino, subito dopo aver oltrepassato l’Arco di Carlo Magno.

Da qui è possibile avere la visione generale di tutti gli edifici presenti: sulla sinistra quelli propriamente monastici col chiostro e il monastero; di fronte, la chiesa dedicata ai Santi Vincenzo e Anastasio, che si presenta ancora praticamente intatta dal tempo della sua edificazione nel secolo XII; sulla destra, la chiesa di Santa Maria Scala Cœli, la più piccola delle tre chiese presenti insieme con quella dedicata a San Paolo, cui si arriva attraversando un breve vialetto alberato.

Questa è la zona più sacra del complesso abbaziale: qui si ricorda la decapitazione dell’Apostolo. Le due chiese di Santa Maria Scala Cœli e di San Paolo Apostolo sono state edificate su costruzioni preesistenti, ma le forme attuali risalgono alla fine del XVI secolo. Nel suo complesso, la storia dell’Abbazia delle Tre Fontane così come è giunta ai giorni nostri risale all’anno 1140, quando papa Innocenzo II dopo aver iniziato i lavori di restauro del monastero, in stato di abbandono, lo donò a San Bernardo di Clairvaux e quindi all’ordine cistercense, come segno di gratitudine verso il Santo, che tanto aveva fatto per riportare la pace nella Chiesa durante lo scisma di Anacleto II. I lavori di restauro e ricostruzione si protrassero fino verso la fine del XII secolo scanditi in due tempi a partire appunto dal 1140.

 

The place, where the abbey complex of the Tre Fontane stands today, formerly identified with the name of Acque Salvie, consists of a small valley located on the route of the ancient Via Laurentina. It represents one of the most important places in Christianity as the apostle Paul was beheaded here on 29 June 67. Since the sixth century. A.D. the area was elected as a residence by men of faith with the intent to testify, by renouncing the comforts and earthly goods, the love for God.

The abbey complex opens with a quiet and beautiful garden, immediately after passing the Arch of Charlemagne.

From here it is possible to have a general view of all the buildings present: on the left those strictly monastic with the cloister and the monastery; opposite, the church dedicated to Saints Vincenzo and Anastasio, which is still practically intact from the time of its construction in the 12th century; on the right, the church of Santa Maria Scala Cœli, the smallest of the three churches present together with the one dedicated to San Paolo, which can be reached by crossing a short tree-lined path.

This is the most sacred area of ​​the abbey complex: here we remember the beheading of the Apostle. The two churches of Santa Maria Scala Cœli and of San Paolo Apostolo were built on pre-existing buildings, but the current forms date back to the end of the 16th century. As a whole, the history of the Abbey of the Tre Fontane as it has come down to the present day dates back to the year 1140, when Pope Innocent II after having begun the restoration works of the monastery, in a state of abandonment, donated it to San Bernardo di Clairvaux and therefore to the Cistercian order, as a sign of gratitude towards the Saint, who had done so much to restore peace to the Church during the schism of Anacleto II. The restoration and reconstruction work continued until the end of the twelfth century, divided into two stages starting precisely from 1140.

 

Le lieu, où se trouve aujourd'hui le complexe abbatial des Trois Fontaines, autrefois identifié au nom d'Acque Salvie, se compose d'une petite vallée située sur le tracé de l'ancienne Via Laurentina. Il représente l'un des endroits les plus importants du christianisme puisque l'apôtre Paul y a été décapité le 29 juin 67. Depuis le sixième siècle. UN D. le quartier a été élu comme résidence par des hommes de foi avec l'intention de témoigner, en renonçant au confort et aux biens terrestres, à l'amour de Dieu.

Le complexe de l'abbaye s'ouvre sur un jardin calme et magnifique, immédiatement après le passage de l'arc de Charlemagne.

De là, il est possible d'avoir une vue générale de tous les bâtiments présents: à gauche ceux strictement monastiques avec le cloître et le monastère; en face, l'église dédiée aux saints Vincenzo et Anastasio, qui est encore pratiquement intacte depuis sa construction au XII siècle; à droite, l'église de Santa Maria Scala Cœli, la plus petite des trois églises présentes avec celle dédiée à San Paolo, accessible en traversant un petit chemin bordé d'arbres.

C'est la zone la plus sacrée du complexe abbatial: nous nous souvenons ici de la décapitation de l'Apôtre. Les deux églises de Santa Maria Scala Cœli et de San Paolo Apostolo ont été construites sur des bâtiments préexistants, mais les formes actuelles remontent à la fin du XVIe siècle. Dans son ensemble, l'histoire de l'abbaye de la Tre Fontane telle qu'elle est jusqu'à nos jours remonte à l'an 1140, lorsque le pape Innocent II après avoir commencé les travaux de restauration du monastère, en état d'abandon, fit don à San Bernardo di Clairvaux et donc à l'ordre cistercien, en signe de gratitude envers le Saint, qui avait tant fait pour rétablir la paix dans l'Église pendant le schisme d'Anacleto II. Les travaux de restauration et de reconstruction se sont poursuivis jusqu'à la fin du XIIe siècle, divisés en deux étapes à partir précisément de 1140.

A couple of worn out Frieght Linners are being covered with Blackberry vines. Abandoned on Salvie Island, Or.

English: Silver Sage, Silver Clary, Silvery Clary, Hobbit's Foot (?, South Carolina)

Danish: Sølv-Salvie

Dutch: Zilversalie

Estonian: Hõbesalvei

French: Sauge argentée, Sauge laineuse

German: Silber-Salbei, Silberblatt-Salbei

---Marketing Name: Artemis

Hebrew: מרווה מכסיפה

Italian: Salvia argentea

Lithuanian: Sidabrinis Šalavijas

Macedonian: Сребрена Жалфија

Polish: Szałwia Srebrzysta

Russian: Шалфей Серебристый

Spanish: Salvia Blanca

Swedish: Silversalvia

Turkish: Gümüşi Ada Çayı

 

On Infraspecific Variation: In the past numerous varieties were given of this species, but at present two subspecies are generally accepted: the nominate subspecies and Salvia argentea subsp. patula. Most of these varieties have been synonymized with Salvia argentea subsp. patula. At present I do not have enough literature/information to see what mine are (does it have something to do with the leaf shape?).

 

On Distribution: The distribution of this species is split into two well defined populations; subsp. patula in the west and the nominate in the east. As I cannot I.D. the plant down to subspecies the distribution as given in the tags to the right is for the entire species. The species was originally described by Linnaeus in 1762 (in the second edition of the 'Species Plantarum'), where Linnaeus noted 'habitat in Creta'. This is odd, as this plant is now not believed to grow in Crete, although it does grow in mainland Greece.

Salvia argentea subsp. argentea - Syn. S. verbascifolia sensu Hayek, S. tmolea.

Albania: Occurs in Albania.

Bulgaria: Occurs in Bulgaria.

Greece: According to the 'Flora Europaea' this species does not occur on Crete. It has been found up to 2200m elevation in Greece.

Italy: In Italy this plant is known to naturally occur in the following regions: Sicily, Calabria, Basilicata, Apulia (Puglia), Campania, Molise and Abruzzo; this comprises of the smaller half of the southern part of the peninsula. It has been found up to 1400m in Italy.

Macedonia: The plant is said to occur in the former Yugoslavia. As Macedonia is nestled in between Albania and Bulgaria at the same latitude, the holotype for the synonym Salvia argentea var. macedonica was found here, and there is a Macedonian name for this plant, its occurrence here seems acceptable.

Montenegro: The plant is said to occur in the former Yugoslavia, but it is unlikely to natively occur further north than Montenegro, considering its distribution in Italy.

Turkey: According to the 'Flora Europaea' this species does not occur in Thrace (European Turkey), however, Greek (Φιλοτης) and Turkish (Tübives) sources show that the species does in fact occur in western and northern Anatolia. It has been recorded in the following vilayets: Ankara, Antalya, Bilecik, Bursa, Çanakkale, Çorum, Denİzlİ, İzmir, southern Niğde and Manİsa. This plant has been found to occur up to 2000m in elevation in Turkey.

Salvia argentea subsp. patula

Spain: Common throughout entire Spain in alkaline soils (fide Flora Iberica).

Portugal: This plant has been recorded numerous times from Portugal. It probably occurs elsewhere, but it is most recorded from the Alentejo (esp. Baixo Alentejo (for example Moura), also Alto Alentejo (Elvas, Juromenha in Alandroal)) and Algarve (Burgau).

Morocco: Present in Morocco. Recorded in the Meknès-Tafilalet, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen and Al Hoceïma region. Not recorded from lowlands in Morocco. The synonyms Salvia argentea var. mesatlantica, S. argentea f. macrantha and S. argentea var. fontanesiana have been given for this subspecies in Morocco.

Algeria: Present in Algeria. Recorded in Saida and the Aurès region. The synonyms Salvia argentea var. pomelii, S. argentea var. aurasiaca, S. suaveolens, S. aurasiaca, and S. foetida have been given for this subspecies in Algeria.

Tunisia: Present in Tunisia. The synonym Salvia foetida has been given for this subspecies in Tunisia (see Algeria).

 

Problematic:

France: In some (German) sources said to be a rare species of France, this does not seem to be true; Flora Europaea does not include France among the distribution and more importantly, Tela Botanica does not have a single record of this species in France. The nominate form does occurs in Italy, but only in the southernmost portions of the Peninsula, not near France, whereas the Pyrenees seem to prevent subsp. patula from coming in from Iberia.

Kosovo: Possibly occurs here in the wild. No accurate information.

Serbia, Bosnia & Croatia: Idem dito.

 

Habitat: Stony hillside meadows in Greece; disturbed places and at the margins of horticultural fields in northwestern Africa, usually on basalt in Morocco; volcanic soils and rocky bluffs, often associated with Pinus sp., in Turkey. In Spain it is recorded to usually grow in alkaline soils, in Portugal it has also been recorded growing in alkaline soils and on the open slopes along roads. Usually not found very near the sea or ocean, or at low altitudes, but has often been found on highlands not far from the sea.

 

www.xenoflor.com (okay, I put down the website link, Frank, but it really needs some work...)

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ysestThat was in Rome. Generydes (E. E. T. S.), 1. 88.A star.Unseen before in heaven, proclaims him come.And guides the eastern sages. MUton, P. L., xii. 362.Father of all. in eveiy age, In every clime adored.By saint, by savage, and by sage,Jehovah, Jove, or Lord ! Po2)e, Universal Prayer. sage-bread The seven sages, seven men of ancient Greece, famousfor their practical wisdom. A list commonly given com-prises TliakS, Solon, Bias, Chilo, Cleobulus, Ieriander,and Pittacus.sage- (saj), • [< ME. saugc, sawge, also save,< OF. sauge^ saidge lalso *sanve), F. sauge =Pr. Sp. It. salvia = Pg. salva = AS. saluige,salfige = MD. salgie, saelgie, salie, savie, selfe,D. sali = MLG. salvie, saJvge, salveige = OHG.salbeidy salveid, MHG. salveie, salbeie, G. salbeiz= Sw. salvia = Dan. saline, < L. salvia, thesage-plant: so called from the saving virtueattributed to the plant, < salvus, safe: seesofe^.] 1. A plant of the genus S(dvia, es-pecially 5. officimtlisj the common garden sage.

 

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Sage {Salzia officinalis).I, inflorescence ; 2, lower part of stem with leaves. This is a shrubby perennial, sometimes treated as anannual, with rough hoary-green leaves, and blue flowersvariegated with white and purple and arranged in spikedwhorls. Medicinally, sage is slightly tonic, astringent,and aromatic. It was esteemed by the ancients, but atpresent, though officinal, is little used as a remedy exceptin domestic practice. The great use of sage is as a con-diment in flavoring dressings, sausages, cheese, etc. InEurope S. pratensis, the meadow-sage, a blue-floweredspecies giowing in meadows, and S. Sclarea, the clary,are also officinal, and the latter is used in soups, but thetaste is less agreeable. The ornamental species (w^hichinclude the two last named) are numerous, and in severalcases brilliant. Such are the half-hardy S. splendens, thescarlet sage of Brazil; S. fidgens, the cardinal or Mexicanred sage; and the Mexican -SljJwfeTis, with deep-blue, wide-ly ringent corolla ov

  

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Cook pasta and set aside. Fry pork well. Reduce the heat and add a crushed dry chili, a choped onion, and a dash of dry white wine, then lots of good butter and the choped sage. Season with salt'n'peppa. Add the pasta and stir. If the mixture is too dry, add some water or more butter. Serve with parmigiano. Reccomended drink - see link below.

Buono appetito!

 

Kok pastaen og sett til side. Stek svinestrimler godt. Reduser deretter varmen og tilsett chili, hakket løk, litt tør hvitvin, setersmør e.l. og ferskt hakket salvie. Krydder med salt og pepper etter behag. Gi den ferdige pastaen i panna og bland godt. Pastaen bør ikke være for tørr. Tilsett evt. vann eller mer smør. Server med parmesanost. Buono appetito!

 

Anbefalt drikke:

www.flickr.com/photos/matznorwegen/5006200190/in/set-7215...

Today I donated my tin foil to the re-cycling man in the office.

 

Around a years worth of sandwich wrappings have gone into this peice of modern art, and has caused a fair amount of discussion about what is actually inside my foil - I can confirm it is just foil!

 

(Edit: Partial thanks to Salvie for the odd contribution!)

Vintage Novoflex Noflexar 105mm on Novoflex Auto Bellows - stopped down to F.11

 

RAW developed in DxO PhotoLab

Sr. Onigiri said: SAVE POLAROID, PLEASE!

Asa nenorocita de gripa rar vezi! Nu inteleg cum e posibil sa ma tina intr-o febra continua de 37-38 de grade. Nu e mult, dar e suficient cat sa ma scoata din sarite si sa nu ma lase sa dorm. Dupa ce ca, de fel dorm prost, visez prostii, na ca de 4 zile totul este la superlativ, in sensul rau, bininteles.

 

Stiti ce am visat aseara? Rau, rau, rau, am si am tipat la fel de rau, rau, rau... Era un caine negru care m-a muscat atat de tare incat am tipat de cred ca am deranjat si vecinii de sub mine (ei de fel sunt "deranjabili" din orice, pentru orice zgomot mic, bat in tevi). M-a muscat nenorocitul de caine de mana dreapta. Ciudat mi se pare, eu iubesc toate animalele, nu stiu ce o fi avut asta negru cu mine. Bine, noaptea a fost lunga, au mai vrut cativa sa ma omoare in reprizele scurte in care am reusit sa adorm. In rest, am avut atata treaba... Am facut parada modei in pijamale. Am facut multe ture la bucatarie in speranta ca daca mai beau ceai si daca mai iau o lingura de miere, imi trece. Ei bine nu, in schimb, dupa fiecare drum la bucatarie simteam o usoara imbunatatire a starii, problema e ca nu dura mult.

 

Am mancat chiar si patrunjel crud, pur si simplu, am rumegat ca o caprita iarba, respectiv patrunjelul. Sa nu duc lipsa de vitamina C, am zis.

 

In alta ordine de idei, nu a fost chiar atat de sumba noaptea, asta pentru ca fiecare drum la bucatarie era totusi imbucurator. Mi-am facut un ceai foarte bun. Am cumparat de la "Fares", sunt mare fan "Fares", am cumparat ceai de lavanda. Foarte bun, nu are un gust puternic si nici un miros care sa te deranjeze. Prefer ceaiul de lavanda sau levantica (e acelasi lucru) pentru ca este relaxant. L-am combinat cu un alt ceai de salvie. Deosebit si el. Ceaiul de salvie, este si el bogat in proprietati benefice organismului. Salvia este un bun antioxidant, ajuta inima si decongestioneaza organele, mai ales bila. Bine, au multe alte atribute pozitive atat ceaiul de lavanda cat si cel de salvie, nu o sa va incarc acum cu toate.

 

Foarte sanatoase ceaiurile, in general. Si mai sanatoase sunt daca le bei regulat, nu ca mine doar in caz extrem.

 

Va tin la curent, astazi o sa incerc o alta varianta babeasca. Sper sa ma ajute sa scap de gripa asta nenorocita. Kisses.

 

ajuta organele, antioxidant, bila, bucatrie, caine, ceai, cosmar, fares, febra, gripa, lavanda, levantica, mana dreapta, miere, muscat, negru, salvie, somn, vitamina c

 

www.damiana.ro/2016/gripa-ziua-4-este-ziua-care-nu-scap-d...

Salvie & Eileen Wedding

 

Dress Up: Waterfront Lahug Cebu City

Church: St Therese Church

Reception: Casino Español

Official Photographer: Marky Cantalejo

 

Thanks Master Marky Cantalejo for tagging me along...

www.markcantalejo.com/

Sage-SALVIA OFFICINALIS-Herb.

Growth:sage is cultivated in south east Europe with high demands against heat, prefers clay soils, permeable, slightly alkaline.

Body plant used: leaves and flowers.

Harvest time: early flowering leaves collected for the May and June.

Sage-Natural treatments

Internal use: for internal use sage is used to treat vascular disorders, flatulence (abdominal bloating), dysmenorrhea (irregular periods), asthma, biliary dyskinesia, sweating excessive, asthenia nervous overwork intellectual, chronic bronchitis, diabetes, varicose veins, vaginitis atrophic rheumatism.

External use: in external use herb is used to treat gingivitis, dental abscess, oral thrush, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, purulent wounds, ulcers.

Tea drinking more often strengthens the entire body, protects us from seizures and has very favorable effect on paralysis.

Tea is also used in combat night sweats.

Tea has depurative action too abundant remove mucus from the respiratory and stomach, stimulates appetite and combat intestinal upset and diarrhea ... read more ...

 

This old abandoned barn is falling apart, but it stiil has lots of color and charactor....Salvie, Island, Or.

Lockdown Day 17, Red Salvie

(c) Frederik Fredslund-Andersen

 

SAND KLITTER (SAND DUNES)

Death Valley, sand dunes are less common than might be expected. Five widely separated dune fields exist in the national park--yet they account for only a fraction of the total acreage. Sand is scattered throughout the desert, but in only a few places is it gathered by the interaction of wind and mountains to form dunes.

 

Winds blowing through Death Valley are slowed here at the Mesquite Dunes by the changing shape of the valley and towering Tucki Mountain. The weakened winds cannot carry their cargo of sand any farther. Quartz grains, scoured from the surrounding mountains, compose the deposited sands. While winds constantly shape and reshape individual sand dunes, the dune field itself does not move.

 

Moderate winds blowing predominantly in one direction form transverse dunes. Winds blowing from several directions create non-migratory star dunes. The development of different dune types here indicate a complex wind flow pattern.

 

Source: digital-desert.com/mesquite-dunes/

 

DEATH VALLEY

Death Valley har været scene for guldminedriften, cowboy film baggrunde (John Wayne var en hyppig gæst til byen Lone Pine til film westerns), og hårde kampe over ejerskabet af vand, der strømmer gennem Owens. Kørsel gennem det udtørrede luften på vej til Death Valley, kunne jeg smage støv på min tunge-den søde tang af ørken yucca, Pinon og salvie.

 

Death Valley i Californien har to yderpunkter: Badwater, det laveste højde i kontinentale USA på 282 meter under havets overflade, og Telescope Peak, en 11.331-mund peak blot en halv snes miles fra Badwater. Det siges, at den højde gevinst fra Badwater til toppen af Telescope Peak svarer i omfang til at stige af Mount Everest, som det skyder op fra det tibetanske plateau.

 

Den store centrale Rift i Death Valley er et lavtliggende, utroligt tørre ørken, der modtager næppe målbar nedbør hvert år. Det er ikke et sted, der glæder sig over livet, men livet i utallige former Ekes en svag eksistens på et sted, at når sommeren temperaturer over 120 ° F. Death Valley Nationalpark er kun en seks timers kørsel fra Los Angeles, og de enorme mærkeligt Mars-landskab synes øst op og faldt i Californien som en vedtaget parken fra en anden verden.

 

Death Valley National Park er hjemsted for den største vildmark område i den nedre 48 stater. Bortset fra områder i Alaska, er der ingen steder i USA mere fjerntliggende, øde og tom, end Death Valley. Der er et par må-ser for Park. Den ene er Zabriskie Point, som trofast die-hard Star Wars-fans vil genkende som baggrund, der anvendes af George Lucas for ørkenen planeten Tatooine. Badwater er et fedt sted at besøge, og den smule vand, der strømmer der er intenst salt, og stadig mirakuløst støtter liv. Den hårdføre Death Valley pupfish (Cyprinodon Salinus Salinus) padler omkring innocuously i de lavvandede, blod varmt vand her.

Kilde: da.thecircumference.org/experiences/death-valley-california/

English: Silver Sage, Silver Clary, Silvery Clary, Hobbit's Foot (?, South Carolina)

Danish: Sølv-Salvie

Dutch: Zilversalie

Estonian: Hõbesalvei

French: Sauge argentée, Sauge laineuse

German: Silber-Salbei, Silberblatt-Salbei

---Marketing Name: Artemis

Hebrew: מרווה מכסיפה

Italian: Salvia argentea

Lithuanian: Sidabrinis Šalavijas

Macedonian: Сребрена Жалфија, pronounced 'srebrena xkhalfija'

Polish: Szałwia Srebrzysta

Russian: Шалфей Серебристый, pronounced 'shalfe'i serebristyi'

Spanish: Salvia Blanca

Swedish: Silversalvia

Turkish: Gümüşi Ada Çayı

 

On Infraspecific Variation: In the past numerous varieties were given of this species, but at present two subspecies are generally accepted: the nominate subspecies and Salvia argentea subsp. patula. Most of the old varieties have been synonymized with Salvia argentea subsp. patula. At present I do not have enough literature/information to see what mine are (does it have something to do with the leaf shape?).

 

On Distribution: The distribution of this species is split into two well defined populations; subsp. patula in the west and the nominate in the east. As I cannot I.D. the plant down to subspecies the distribution as given in the tags to the right is for the entire species. The species was originally described by Linnaeus in 1762 (in the second edition of the 'Species Plantarum'), where Linnaeus noted 'habitat in Creta'. This is odd, as this plant is now not believed to grow in Crete, although it does grow in mainland Greece.

Salvia argentea subsp. argentea - Syn. S. verbascifolia sensu Hayek, S. tmolea.

Albania: Occurs in Albania.

Bulgaria: Occurs in Bulgaria.

Greece: According to the 'Flora Europaea' this species does not occur on Crete. It has been found up to 2200m elevation in Greece.

Italy: In Italy this plant is known to naturally occur in the following regions: Sicily, Calabria, Basilicata, Apulia (Puglia), Campania, Molise and Abruzzo; this comprises of the smaller part of the southern half of the Peninsula. It has been found up to 1400m in Italy.

Macedonia: The plant is said to occur in the former Yugoslavia. As Macedonia is nestled in between Albania and Bulgaria at the same latitude, the holotype for the synonym Salvia argentea var. macedonica was found here, and there is a Macedonian name for this plant, its occurrence here seems acceptable.

Montenegro: The plant is said to occur in the former Yugoslavia, but it is unlikely to natively occur further north than Montenegro, considering its distribution in Italy.

Turkey: According to the 'Flora Europaea' this species does not occur in Thrace (European Turkey), however, Greek (Φιλοτης) and Turkish (Tübives) sources show that the species does in fact occur in western and northern Anatolia. It has been recorded in the following vilayets: Ankara, Antalya, Bilecik, Bursa, Çanakkale, Çorum, Denizli, İzmir, southern Niğde and Manisa. This plant has been found to occur up to 2000m in elevation in Turkey.

Salvia argentea subsp. patula

Spain: Common throughout entire Spain in alkaline soils (Flora Iberica).

Portugal: This plant has been recorded numerous times from Portugal. It probably occurs elsewhere, but it is most recorded from the Alentejo (esp. Baixo Alentejo (for example Moura), also Alto Alentejo (Elvas, Juromenha in Alandroal)) and Algarve (Burgau).

Morocco: Present in Morocco. Recorded in the Meknès-Tafilalet, Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen and Al Hoceïma region. Not recorded from lowlands in Morocco. The synonyms Salvia argentea var. mesatlantica, S. argentea f. macrantha and S. argentea var. fontanesiana have been given for this subspecies in Morocco.

Algeria: Present in Algeria. Recorded in Saida and the Aurès region. The synonyms Salvia argentea var. pomelii, S. argentea var. aurasiaca, S. suaveolens, S. aurasiaca, and S. foetida have been given for this subspecies in Algeria.

Tunisia: Present in Tunisia. The synonym Salvia foetida has been given for this subspecies in Tunisia (see Algeria).

 

Problematic:

France: In some (German) sources said to be a rare species of France, this does not seem to be true; Flora Europaea does not include France among the distribution and more importantly, Tela Botanica does not have a single record of this species in France. The nominate form does occurs in Italy, but only in the southernmost portions of the Peninsula, not near France, whereas the Pyrenees seem to prevent subsp. patula from coming in from Iberia.

Kosovo: Possibly occurs here in the wild. No accurate information.

Serbia, Bosnia & Croatia: Idem dito.

 

Habitat: Stony hillside meadows in Greece; disturbed places and at the margins of horticultural fields in northwestern Africa, usually on basalt in Morocco; volcanic soils and rocky bluffs, often associated with Pinus sp., in Turkey. In Spain it is recorded to usually grow in Spain in alkaline soils, in Portugal it has also been recorded growing in alkaline soils and on the open slopes along roads. Usually not found very near the sea or ocean, or at low altitudes, but has often been found on highlands not far from the sea.

 

SAND KLITTER (SAND DUNES)

Death Valley, sand dunes are less common than might be expected. Five widely separated dune fields exist in the national park--yet they account for only a fraction of the total acreage. Sand is scattered throughout the desert, but in only a few places is it gathered by the interaction of wind and mountains to form dunes.

 

Winds blowing through Death Valley are slowed here at the Mesquite Dunes by the changing shape of the valley and towering Tucki Mountain. The weakened winds cannot carry their cargo of sand any farther. Quartz grains, scoured from the surrounding mountains, compose the deposited sands. While winds constantly shape and reshape individual sand dunes, the dune field itself does not move.

 

Moderate winds blowing predominantly in one direction form transverse dunes. Winds blowing from several directions create non-migratory star dunes. The development of different dune types here indicate a complex wind flow pattern.

 

Source: digital-desert.com/mesquite-dunes/

 

DEATH VALLEY | DØDENS DAL

Death Valley har været scene for guldminedriften, cowboy film baggrunde (John Wayne var en hyppig gæst til byen Lone Pine til film westerns), og hårde kampe over ejerskabet af vand, der strømmer gennem Owens. Kørsel gennem det udtørrede luften på vej til Death Valley, kunne jeg smage støv på min tunge-den søde tang af ørken yucca, Pinon og salvie.

 

Death Valley i Californien har to yderpunkter: Badwater, det laveste højde i kontinentale USA på 282 meter under havets overflade, og Telescope Peak, en 11.331-mund peak blot en halv snes miles fra Badwater. Det siges, at den højde gevinst fra Badwater til toppen af Telescope Peak svarer i omfang til at stige af Mount Everest, som det skyder op fra det tibetanske plateau.

 

Den store centrale Rift i Death Valley er et lavtliggende, utroligt tørre ørken, der modtager næppe målbar nedbør hvert år. Det er ikke et sted, der glæder sig over livet, men livet i utallige former Ekes en svag eksistens på et sted, at når sommeren temperaturer over 120 ° F. Death Valley Nationalpark er kun en seks timers kørsel fra Los Angeles, og de enorme mærkeligt Mars-landskab synes øst op og faldt i Californien som en vedtaget parken fra en anden verden.

 

Death Valley National Park er hjemsted for den største vildmark område i den nedre 48 stater. Bortset fra områder i Alaska, er der ingen steder i USA mere fjerntliggende, øde og tom, end Death Valley. Der er et par må-ser for Park. Den ene er Zabriskie Point, som trofast die-hard Star Wars-fans vil genkende som baggrund, der anvendes af George Lucas for ørkenen planeten Tatooine. Badwater er et fedt sted at besøge, og den smule vand, der strømmer der er intenst salt, og stadig mirakuløst støtter liv. Den hårdføre Death Valley pupfish (Cyprinodon Salinus Salinus) padler omkring innocuously i de lavvandede, blod varmt vand her.

Kilde: da.thecircumference.org/experiences/death-valley-california/

The Sage to the left has been named after the shape of the leaves off Wild Clary.

 

-Jernurtsalvie- kunne kanskje være et norskt navn på denne salvien som har fått navnet sitt fordi bladene minner om bladene på jernurt.

am abend; sehr breite blätter

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late in evening; broad leaves

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