In Turkey the genus Dianthus consists in 71 species, two subspecies and 12 varieties (Reeve, 1967, Davis, Mill & Tan, 1988; Guner et al., 2000; Menemeni & Hamzaoglu, 2000; Aytaç & Duman, 2004).
In 2005, the author discovered a population of Dianthus Erciyes mountains during a trip to collect the endemic species.
Mount Erciyes is located on the border with the province of Kayseri. The altitude of these mountains is between 1050 and 3917 m. Mount Erciyes is an important floristic areas in Turkey.
Dianthus aytachii is a perennial species, forming dense clumps. Floral stem erect, 0,55-6,5 cm neramificata. Funzele basal linear until lanceolata, acute edges Chile. The leaves are very small strains. Calyx purple, cylindrical, acute. Corola white or pale pink, red or yellow crenulat-Dent, ovata. 10 stamens. Capsule ovata-oblong, four-valve dehiscence. Seeds ellipsoidal.
Blooms from August to realize in September.
This species is named in honor of Dr. Zeki Aytac.
Centaurea is the third - century genre that many species in Turkey, with 189 taxa. Most of these taxa are endemic in the whole country or a limited area. Value for Centaurea endemism in Turkey is 60%.
Kizildaghensis Centaurea Centaurea is very similar to kotschy. C. kotschy doll is simple, plum, very long compared to the new species has double doll and nauseating.
Euphrasia arguta reappeared after 100 years
A new species of Pastinaca L. in Turkey
Convolvulus althaeoides - herbaceous plant, perennial. Originally from the Mediterranean basin, growing in dry places, on the streets.
Succulent perennial. Short stem with a rosette of leaves at the base. The leaves are 5-7.5 cm long, obovata-spatulate, concave, tomentoase. Blossom side, 20-30 cm long, flowers campanulata, yellow-orange, 5 SEPA, 5 petals, 10 stamens.
Tilia tomentosa - silver linden
Tree with dense crown, rich, 30 m high, with branches erect, rounded. Lujerii annual geniculati, brown-yellow, gray tomentosi with buds ovoid, with two external scales equal, also felt. At first bark is smooth and gray, mature form shallow longitudinal furrows.
Leonotis Leonurus - a species native to southern Africa but cultivated throughout the world as ornamental species in parks and gardens.
Leonotis grecum derived from 'Leon' = lion, and 'Otis' = ear alluding to the shape of the corolla.