Scientific Name - Jasminum nudiflorum Lindl.
Popular names - China - Ying-ch 'an Hua; English - winter jasmine, Japanese - a bathroom.
Distribution and Habitat - originated in China.
Description - species decidua. Green stems, 60-90 cm high, 1-2 m in diameter, edges, form adventitious roots. Brownish-red buds, ovoizi. Decidue leaves, opposite, pinnate-compound, 3 leaflets oblong, Sesi. Flowers solitary, six petals, 1-2 cm in diameter. Flourishing period January-March, before leaf. Baca fruit, meat, black on ripening. Seeds oval to obovate, the narrow, 5.8 x4, 4 mm crinkled surface, brown.
Growth rate -
Tolerance - tolerance from moderate drought, urban pollution and frost. Shoots to withstand temperatures of - 21 ° C.
RequirementsI - to adapt to any type of soil if well drained and easy.
Management - is easy to maintain, easy to transplant. Grows best in sunny exhibitions, but adapt and semi-shade. Cutting should be performed regularly to keep the crown shape control, is performed immediately after spring flowering. Be renewed every 5-6 years crown, cut to 15 cm above the ground.
Propagation - by seeds sown deep in June, or by cuttings (cuttings from mature wood) in September, is inserted 2-3 cm in the sand, the cold greenhouse.
Pests and diseases -
Partners garden - Cotoneaster horizontalis, Forsythia viridissima, Salix discolor, Cornus alba Daphne mezereum, Chionodoxa.
Cultivars - 'Aureum', 'Nanum', 'Variegatum', 'Mystique'.
Properties and Uses -
Curiosity- Jasminum nudiflorum was discovered in China by Dr. Alexander von Bunge in 1830.
Trees and shrubs
Evergreen shrub, 3-4 m high. Leaves alternate, long-petiolate, palmately-compound, with 7.9 Folio, coriacee, folio obovata, glabra, margin entire, nervatiune pinnate, petiole thin, 12-15 cm long. Blossom terminal, glabra, 20 cm long, flowers arranged in umbele raceme, 0.7-1 cm in diameter, pedicel 5.8 mm long. Fruit drupe, ovoid, orange, 5 x 4 mm.
Thunbergia alata - black-eyed Susan
Thunberg spelled - a species native to tropical Africa, but common as ornamental plants.
Lotus maculatus Breitf.
Herbaceous, with the stem wood, under-shrub pendulum. Strain up to 1.5 m high, glabra, gray-green silky, internoduri 35-45 mm stipele children. Leaves imparipenat, 5 folio; foliole 10-25 x 1 mm, subulate or linear, convex upper and concave lower edges entire, top obtuse-rounded, surface moderately pubescent.
Prunus laurocerasus L.
Shrub or small tree, 6 m high. Leaves evergreen, alternate, coriacee, lamina lanceolata-obovata, top acute, base cuneata, upper surface glossy green, the bottom is opaque, ribbed clear, ribbed robust short.
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.
Dovyalis caffra - kei-apple
Dovyalis caffra - fruit edible, with a high vitamin C content (80-120 mg/g), potassium (600 mg), and makes an excellent jam.
Acacia anceps - evergreen shrub, 2-3 m tall. Originally from southern Australia, growing in limestone soils on coastal sand and red-brown sands.
Dianthus carthusianorum - carnation field
Herbaceous perennial. Stem erect, simple or branched, 25-65 cm, glabra. Leaves opposite, lamina linear-spatulate, 3-13 cm, green edges glabrata. Blossom dense, 4-15 flowers; bractei lanceolata, equal to or greater than the calyx, herbaceous, 4-6 bracteole, brown, oblong-obovata. Pedicel 0.1-2 mm.