Scientific name - Limonium sinuatum
Synonyms - Still sinuous
Popular names - imortele, Sea Lavander static.
Distribution and Habitat - originally from Mediterranean regions, grows in dry and sandy places.
Description - basal rosette leaves, 5.12 x 1.5-3 mm, limb oblong-lanceolata, 1.3 mm peak cuspidata, dilated to the wing edges pinnate-lobate, 5 cm long stalks. Blossom wing, 20-40 cm, hispida, bracts 5-10 mm. Blue-purple calyx, campanulata, glabru tube or slightly hairy, 5-7 mm. Petals pale yellow, larger than calyx 2-4 mm. Blooms from July to September. Fruit capsule, 7-7.2 x 1.5-1.7 mm. Seeds obovoid-oblong, top truncata, 3.8-4.2 x 1-1.2 mm. 2n = 18.
Growth rate - fast.
Tolerances - drought and heat. Not tolerate transplantation.
Requirements & ndash, exhibitions sunny, morning shade, well-drained soil and good air circulation.
Management - each fall after flowering is over, the plants are clipped just above ground level or flower stems.
Propagation - by seeds. It resembles in February-March under glass, a good compost and covered with vermiculite. Germinate in 7-10 days to 18-20 ͦ C.
Natural partners and Garden - Gazania sp., Papaver somniferum, Pelargonium sp ..
Cultivars and varieties - 'Forever Gold' produces yellow flowers.
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Nicotiana tabacum - herbaceous annual, terofita. The product obtained is known cigarettes.
Stachys Byzantine - perennial species, native to southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia, grows on dry slopes at the edge of forests, up to 2000 m altitude.
New species of Dianthus (Caryophyllaceae) found in Turkey
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Viola odorata - bluebells
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Herbaceous annual, voluble, mono. Strain pentagonal in section, 6 m high. Leaves alternate, 5-7 lobate, the cordata, acuminata peak or acute, margins iregulat needle, 5-7 ribs, limb 15 x 15 cm, 10 cm long, ribbed, hairy. Flowers monoecious, in axillary Cime, long-pedunculate, yellow, 8 cm in diameter.
Ostrya carpinifolia - used as an ornamental species for gardens, parks and green street.
Ostrya is derived from Greek 'Ostrya', referring to the shape of bracts that protect the fruit.