Scientific name - Myrsine africana
Popular names - African boxwood, Atulgan, baibarang, Bérangère, Bidang, Cape Myrtle, Gugil, semapo, Kakhum, Karuk, Kokhuri, sethkhisa, Shamshad, thakisa, vavarang, vlieebos mirting.
Distribution and Habitat - originating from the Cape to tropical Africa and Asia.
Description - evergreen shrub or small tree, 1-2 m high. Branched or with a single stem, thin, often branched stalk with fine hairs, covered with scars of fallen leaves. Leaves alternate, elliptic-round, 5-15 x 5-10 mm, top and tapered-round basis, margins finely toothed or entire, glossy dark green on upper side, more pale green inside; countries, glabra, occasionally glandular, ribbed very short. Flowers small, 2 mm long, pink-white on the armpit leaves bouquets. Bloom in October -December. Fruit Baca round, 5 mm wide, red-purple, in November-February, containing a single seed.
Growth rate - slowly.
Requirements - clay and peat, the semiumbra.
Propagation - by seeds or seedlings. Seeds is sown early spring in a greenhouse warm.
Properties and Uses - the fruit has properties antispasmotice, purgatives, external use in treating herpes and other skin infections.
Fruits and seeds and quercitol embolic acid. Embeline fruit contains over 3%.
Decoction of leaves is used to purify blood.
Treatment of intestinal worms in animals: Crush the 0.25 kg of Myrsine africana leaves with 0.5 l water. This is enough for an adult animal. Cattle is used only half the amount.
African Mersin is right for you fence. The fruits are edible.
HP Khara - Indian Medicinal Plants - Springer, 2008
Narain Singh Chauhan - Medicinal and Aromatic Plants of Himachal Pradesh - Indus Publishing Company, 1999
Yang Xinrong - Traditional Chinese Medicine - Springer, 2003
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.
Allium cepa L. - onion
Herbaceous biennial, bulb white, gold, red or purple, 5-8 x 3.10 cm. Leaves persistent, 4-10, fistula, 30-100 x 3-20 mm. Umbela blossom persistent, erect, compact, rear obsolete, ovata, ± equal, leading to acute acuminata.
Ribes uva-crispa - agris, grapes bear
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
Trees and shrubs
Rosa moschata 'Mozart'
Rosa moschata 'Mozart' is an antique rose, used as an ornamental species, solitary or in groups of 2-4 plants.
Laurus nobilis - on time and stay Greeks, laurel branches were used to make crowns for the heads of heroes, and to honor poets.
Small tree, stem 6 m tall, thin. Lujerii are pubescent. Leaves with Lamine obovata, 9-19 x 3.5-5.5 cm, short top acuminata, the acute subcoriacee, subglabra mid rib, ribs side 10-13 pairs, petiole 3.5-10 mm, slightly pubescent.
Punica granatum - pomegranate
Saponaria officinalis - perennial species, rhizome cylindrical, highly branched, crawler, with sterile and fertile shoots. Originally from Europe and Asia, growing on the river, along fences, roads and crops edges.
Annona muricata is ornamental species. Fructul is edible as it is consumed fresh, as dessert, or mixed with ice cream or milk. Fruits containing vitamin B (0.07 mg/100g) and C (20 mg/100g), calcium and phosphorus.
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.
Thunberg mysorensis is used as an ornamental species for rapid growth and flowers arranged in raceme. Blooms in July-September.