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SUBJECT: botanique; plantas herbaceas ornamentales; ornamental plants; plantas acuaticas ornamentales; botany

Phenological observations were made on 101 tropical woody species over a ten-year period. Four distinct categories could be recognized: species flowering throughout the year (23.8%), once a year (36.6%), twice a year (35.6%) and thrice a year (4%). In general, for species not flowering continuously throughout the year, flowering was from July to April with peaks in March, April, Oct. and Dec. ...

SUBJECT: planta ornamenta; landscape; landscaping; ornamental plants; periodicity

POSTED TO: Landscape and Urban Planning. 17(3): 205-213.

SUBJECT: alpine plants; semilla; plantas herbaceas ornamentales; delphinium; ornamental plants

POSTED TO: Garden (London) (United Kingdom)

SUBJECT: propiedades medicinales; geographical distribution; drug plants; bulgaria; bulgarie

POSTED TO: New Plantsman (United Kingdom)

SUBJECT: ornamental plants; brachycaudus helichrysi; poland; aphis fabae; plante ligneuse

POSTED TO: Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska. Sectio EEE Horticultura (Poland) [1233-2127]

SUBJECT: pests of plants; insectos dañinos; plagas de plantas; ornamental plants; poland

POSTED TO: Annales Universitatis Mariae Curie-Sklodowska. Sectio EEE Horticultura (Poland) [1233-2127]

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The existence of numerous wild species, the variability within species and the wide geographical distribution in combination with the weak barriers to interspecific and intersectional hybridization, make genetic relationships within the genus <i>Rosa</i> difficult to unravel. The use of molecular techniques has revealed some new insights in taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships. The understa ...

SUBJECT: cultivar identification; wild relatives; cultivars; plant breeding; plant genetic resources

POSTED TO: CAB Reviews

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Transplanting large trees.

Harris, J. R. [2007]

Rapid urbanization has resulted in an increased need for installed landscapes. Transplanting large trees (over 2m tall) into these urban and residential landscapes has become an essential practice because smaller trees do not have significant impact when first planted. In addition, poor site conditions and vandalism severely limit the chances that a newly planted small tree will eventually gro ...

SUBJECT: trees; transplanting; landscape; growth; ornamental plants

POSTED TO: CAB Reviews

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SUBJECT: ornamental plants; nutrientes; street trees; arboles callejeros; legumes

POSTED TO: Curtis's Botanical Magazine (United Kingdom)

Contents: 36 papers

SUBJECT: plante ornementale bulbeuse; ornamental climbers; gardening; jardineria; public gardens