Scientific name - spelled Thunberg
Popular names - Susan eyed, black-eyed Susan.
Distribution and Habitat - tropical African origin but is cultivated for ornamental flowers.
Description - voluble species annually. Stem thin, pubescent, herbaceous. Leaves opposite, heart, or heart-Haste, acute, 3.5 - 10 cm long, ribbed long wing. Flowers solitary and axillary, long Pedunculated; Corola with petals united at base, 1.7-2.4 cm long tube with five lobes obcordati orange. Blooms in May-October.
Growth rate - fast.
Tolerant - do not tolerate inghteul.
Requirements - rich soil, moist, well-drained, in full sun.
Management - need a guardian.
Propagation - by seeds. Sown in spring and summer, germinate in 8-10 days.
Properties and Uses - used as an ornamental species, driven on trellises and pergolas.
Trees and shrubs
Drypetes natalensis (Harv.) Hutch
Small tree, 10 m high, branches edges. Leaves alternate, language narrow oblong or elliptic, round base, asymmetrical, margins deeply soirees, shiny dark green on the upper face, and green inside. Stipele linear, 0.1 cm. Flowers in bundles, appear in the armpit leaves and on old wood, male flowers are nested sepa 4.5, 0 petals
Genus belongs to the Malvaceae, tribe Malvavisceae, which is characterized by a number of corporate sites is double that of carpelelor.
Prunus serotina - a native of North America, grows on the edge of forests on sandy soils and poor.
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.
Chrysosplenium alternifolium is a rare species that grows in damp and shady places.
Euphorbia pulcherrima - Poinsetia
Description - shrub, 20-50 cm high. Decidue leaves, oval, 10-15 cm long needle, or pointed. Flowers small, yellow-green, surrounded by bracts 15-20 cm long, red, pink or white.
Tolerances - not tolerate too hot environments, usacte and poorly lit, leaves turn yellow and fall.
Corylus avellana - hazelnut
Corylus avellana - shrub, common in Europe and western Asia, from plains to 1,200 m altitude, increase in association with Acer pseudoplatanus, Crataegus laevigata, Crataegus monogyna, Fraxinus excelsior, Lonicera xylosteum, Salix caprea, Sambucus nigra and Sorbus aria.
Tree 25 m high. Trunk erect, branched. Ritidom smooth, dark gray. Crown broad, thick, tapered. Leaves persistent, alternate, coriacee, lamina ovat-oblong, acute, entire and slightly wavy edge on the upper side and glossy green color, on the underside is brown-rust, pubescent, ribbed central rib obvious; nervatiuni pinnate secondary.