Trees and shrubs | Magnoliopsida

Scientific name - Fothergilla

Distribution and Habitat - originating in North America.

Description species --

Fothergilla gardenii - small shrub, up to 1 m high. Leaves 4.8 x 1.5-5 cm, edge to the top gear. Flowers white with pink ears appear before the leaf in the terminal, stamens numerous. Blooms in April-May, prefers moist soil, well-drained, in full sun.

Fothergilla major - small shrub, 1.5 m height, stalk with stellate hairs. Leaves 8.12 x 6-8 cm, strongly lobate or needle near the top, or whole, the round to slightly cordata. White flowers, blooming in May. Fruit capsule 11-13 mm long. Prefers moist soil, in exhibitions shady.

Fothergilla parvifolia - prefers well-drained soil in full sun or shade.

Growth rate - slowly.

Tolerances - drought, soil compact, light air pollution.

Requirements - prefers soil rich in humus, acidic, well-drained in full sun or semiumbra.

Management - transplanting fairly easy early spring. It clipped before the beginning of spring increases by cutting old branches at ground level.

Propagation - by stratification and sowing seeds in spring, or drajoni or root cuttings.

Natural partners and Garden - Aesculus parviflora, Aronia, Buddleja davidii, Corylopsis pauciflora, Cotinus coggygria, Deutzia gracilis, Hamamelis x intermedia, Hydrangea quercifolia, Itea virginica, Narcissus pseudonarcissus, Polygonatum, Spiraea japonica, Viburnum carlesii.


C. Colston Burrell, Lucy Hardiman - Intimate Gardens - Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 2005

William Van Ders - Native Woody Plants of the United States - Braithwaite Press, 2007

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Trees and shrubs
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Thorny shrub, 1 m high. Gray-brown bark is exfoliating. Rich stem branched divaricata. Branches long, thin, gray-brown with yellow top, pubescent glabrata in youth and adulthood. Leaves simple, cordiforme, 3-5 lobed, toothed, long stalks

Cornus sanguinea

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Ceanothus thyrsiflorus

Shrub or small tree, evergreen, 1-4 m high. Prostrata strain or upward. Green stalk, glabra, thin, flexible, geniculati. Leaves 2-6 cm long, oblong-elliptic, top obtuse or acute, margin fine teeth 3 ribs prominent upper front glabra, 12-15 mm long stalks.

Ilex perado

Ilex perado - small tree, port pyramidal, evergreen. Originally from the Canary Islands, dense forests grow in the Aqua Garcia, in association with Apollonias barbujana, Arbutus canariensis, Laurus Azores, Myrsine canariensis, Ocotal foetens, Persea indica, Prunus Lusitania subsp. hixa, Visna mocanera.

Spartium junceum

Spartium junceum - native to the Canary Islands and Mediterranean Basin, grows in arid places, ground limestone, from plain to 600-2000 m, in association with Quercus pubescens, Quercus ilex, Fraxinus ornus, Cotinus coggygria.

Hepatica nobilis Schreb

Herbaceous perennial, fibrous root. Leaves evergreen, coriacee, the young are green open and passwords, dark olive green on the upper face, and purple on the lower face at maturity and during flowering, cordiform 3-lobate, lobe ovat, margin entire, top obtuse.

Bergen crassifolia (L.) Fritsch.

Herbaceous perennial forms a bush evergreen basal leaves, stems florifere up to 50 cm tall, dark purple. Leaves 25 cm wide, or elliptic obovata language, rim around the base cuneata, top obtuse, long petiole, 3-9 cm long. Panic blossom, flowers pink or dark pink open.

Wisteria sinensis - Chinese wisteria

Wisteria sinensis - is considered invasive in some places around the globe. In most cases become established in places where it is cultivated ornamental.

Where there is danger of becoming glycineinvasive is better to be replaced with Aristolochia macrophylla, Bignonoa capreolata, Campsis radicand, Lonicera sempervirens, Wisteria frutescens.

Brachyscome multifida

Brachyscome multifida - herbaceous perennial, rizomatoasa, native to temperate regions of southern Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria.

Scrophularia nodosa

Scrophularia nodosa - perennial species, grows in wet forests, rape and besides water, from 0-1800 m altitude.

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