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
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.
Dracaena marginata Lemarck
Popular names: English - Red-edged Dracaena, Madagascar Dragon-Tree, Hawaii - money tree.
Dracaena marginata Lemarck is an evergreen species native to Madagascar, was imported into Europe in the XVII century. Bush by 6 m high, formed more vertical stems. Leaves arranged spiral, simple, Sesia, entire, linear, evergreen, green with reddish margins, 15-45 x 0,7-3 cm; nervatiuni parallel.
Tree, 40 m high, truncated 1 m in diameter. Stalk, leaf stalks are brown and language violated. Petiole 1.5-3 cm long. Leaves elliptic, ovat-elliptic, 6-22 x 4.7 cm, protruding ribs on both surfaces, base cuneata, top acuminata.
Polygala chamaebuxus - perennial, evergreen, subfrutescenta, native to Central, Eastern and South-East, it grows on rocky places in alpine floor.
Symphoricarpos - Hurmuz
Shrubs decide, prostate or erect, 90-120 cm, originating in the U.S.. Buds scaly, 1.5 mm long. Leaves simple, opposite, short petiolate, 7 cm long. Raceme blossom. Campanulata Flowers in raceme children. Calyx tube slightly globos; Corola campanulata, 4-5 lobes. Fruit drupe, 1-1.5 cm in diameter, S. albus and S. occidentalis fruits white, pink-coral S. orbiculatus fruit. A fruit contains two seeds oblongata.
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.
Canarina canariensis - herbaceous, commutes glaucescenta. Endemic from the Canary Islands, Tenerife, grows at the edge of forests, from 300 to 1000 m altitude.
Liquidambar styraciflua - a native of North and Central America, grows in forests of Pinus sp. and Quercus sp. 900 to 200 m altitude.
Dombeya tiliacea (Endl.) Planch.
Shrub or small tree, 3.10 x 2.7 m, trunk branched, bark dark gray, rough. Leaves alternate, 4.9 x 3-7 cm, three-lobed basis cordata, margine teeth face bottom covered with fine hairs, stalks pelos, 1-3 cm. Flowers campanulata, 3-4 cm diameter, axillary or terminal, solitary or grouped in a raceme, petals white, obovata.
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.