19
Jan
2009
Jasminum nudiflorum Lindl.
Trees and shrubs | Magnoliopsida

Scientific Name - Jasminum nudiflorum Lindl.

Synonyms -

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.

Photos
Top
See also
Top
Trees and shrubs
Cutter paniculata L.

Cutter paniculata L. - shrub or small tree of between 3-12 m tall, native of north-eastern India, Bengal, and Andaman. Ritidom black-brown. Leaves alternate, oval-lanceolata, top acute, margin entire or slightly evening, glabra, 10-20 cm long, ribbed by 1-1.5 cm, pubescent; stipele linear-lanceolata, acuminata, pubescent

 
Ceratonia siliqua L.

Dioecious tree, 8 meters high. Body iregulat, erect with the latita. Gray-brown bark with longitudinal fissures. Vast and dense crown. The branches are fine young tomentoase become glabrata with timpu. Leaves persistent, alternate, paripenat-compound, with 2.5 pairs of Folio, ovata, coriacee, margin entire, glossy dark green on the upper

 
Russelia equisetiformis

Bush, 60-150 cm tall. Branches green, thin, pubescent, with 4.12 edges. Leaves pubescent, with some softwood apuncte, leaves from the branches are placed 3.6 in each verticil, language ovat-elliptic, 8.5-16 x 6-9 mm, top acute, sparsely toothed, leaves are opposite dinsre top Lujerul, linear, whole.

 
Melia azedarach L.

Name the genre, Melia, derived from Greek and 'azedarach', the Persian word and means 'noble trees'.

Popular name: English: bread tree, Persian lilac, China berry; Nepal: bakaino, Tibet: smag sing.

Distrubuire - in Nepal at around 700-1700 m altitude village in Iran Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bhutan and China.

 
Lantana camara

Lantana camara - aromatic shrub originating from Central and South America, cultivated as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens or as potted plant.

 
Magnoliopsida
Heliosperma pusillum

Heliosperma pusillum - herbaceous perennial, native to southern Europe, grows on limestone ravines, from 1000 to 2500 m altitude.

 
Euphrasia arguta reappeared after 100 years

Euphrasia arguta - this species was considered missing for 100 years, last time it was mentioned in June 1904.

The species was identified and confirmed by the botanist Dr. Bill Barker.

 
Kallstroemia Max (L.) Hook. & Arn.

Species that grows in forests in the dry season in areas open to marigini road, and plains. Grow to 850 m altitude. Originally from Puerto Rico, where it grows and Kallstroemia pubescens.

 
Rhaponticum scariosum

Rhaponticum scariosum - Alpine endemic species, grows on mountain pastures from 750 to 2500 m altitude.

 
Gentiana verna L.

Gentiana verna - a species native to southern central Europe, Russia, England and Ireland, increasing the Alpine and subalpine meadows, wetlands, from 400 to 2600 m altitude.

 
   Add to iGoogle
Last posts

Categories

Links