Garden of aromatic plants of Erlangen - SpeedyLook encyclopedia
When the garden was opened after two years of construction, in 1981, it was the first garden of its kind in the world. Location It is located in the city of Erlangen, in the Palmsanlage area below the Ludwig bridge and the Schwabach.
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Plantain Seven Veins Rosemary Toronjil Ether Passiflora Garlic Laurel Rudón Parsley Murtilla Order: Violales Family: Passifloraceae Passiflora caerulea L.
Originally from Argentina and Chile, it grows near water courses and places with abundant shade. It is grown as an ornamental plant. In its territory of origin it is under conditions of temperate climate, with a wide range of precipitations. In the southern zone of Chile (western Patagonia) it grows at the edge of the forests and because of the amount of precipitation of the place it is not necessarily near watercourses.
It is naturalized throughout Europe where it was introduced to use it in gardening , its use as an ornamental plant is due to the color and shape of its flowers. It is a shrub always green its flowers are pentámeras of red color.
He is also called; quiver, thilco, chilca, chilcon, fuchsia, pope jasmine, white bat, queen earrings, or tilca. In the Mapuche language, Araucanian or Mapudungun; chillko / tʃiʎko /, chilko / tʃilko / 'watery', 'watery'. "Chilcon-estar aguanoso
" The fruit is an edible berry that comes from an ovary in a lower position, as well as some fungi that grow on its stem, called in southern Chile "milcaos de monte". In popular medicine are used twigs with leaves and flowers in decoction or infuson, for conditions related to the menstrual cycle (irregular, scarce, painful rules); also to control fever and as a diuretic, it is customary to elaborate a syrup with chilco flowers. It is used as a traditional dye for wool.
Precautions: Do not administer during pregnancy. Avoid preparation in aluminum utensils.