Description: Synonyms: ‘Medima’, ‘Michael Crawford’, ‘POUlvue’ , The large-flowered rose is a tea hybrid and was bred by L. Pernille Olesen and Mogens N. Olesen (Denmark, 1991). It was launched by Poulsen Roser A / S in 1996. The flowers of the rose ‘Victor Borge’ are filled, large (about 10-15 cm in diameter). They are apricot-colored in the middle and golden yellow on the outside. The flowers Continue reading “Rose (pink) ‘Victor Borge’”
Description: The Borstige Robinie belongs to the Family of the Fabaceae. Mostly it is a shrub that is grafted on the coaster (Ordinary Robinia). The bristly robinia reaches from 3 to 4 meters in height. Its annual shoots are covered with spines, red glands, sticky liquid. The older shoots are olive green. The habit of the bristly robinia is irregular.
If the robinia is not pruned, Continue reading “Bristly Robinia, Macrophylla ‘(Robinia hispida, Macrophylla’)”
Description: The Blood Plum, Nigra ‘is a small tree with many stems. Everything depends on whether four buy the normal form or the form refined on a trunk. Usually the blood plum ‘Nigra’ reaches about 6 m height. This is a deciduous tree. The leaves are purple-red. Young leaves are shiny, older ones become dull. They are toothed, delicate and do not change their color. Blood Plum, Nigra ‘flowers Continue reading “Blood Plum (Prunus cerasifera), Nigra ‘”
Description: The Bristly Robinia is a member of the Fabulous Family (Faboideae) , Mostly it is a shrub that is grafted on the common robinia. It reaches 3-4 m height of growth. The annual shoots are hairy and contain a red, sticky liquid. Older shoots are olive green. The growth is irregular.
If the bristly robinia is not cut back, it forms many long, stiff shoots. Continue reading “Bristly Robinia (Robinia hispida), Macrophylla ‘”
Description: Common Buckthorn belongs to the family of the Buckthorn Family. It is a deciduous tree, which reaches about 5 m height. The branches are delicate and fragile. The leaves are dark green and shiny. The underside is lighter. The flowers are small and yellowish green. The fruits are violet-black. They are poisonous, but they are valuable food for birds.
Ordinary Continue reading “Common Buckthorn (Frangula alnus)”
Description: The Gray Alder occurs naturally throughout Europe. Of course it belongs to the birch family. It is also called white alder. The gray alder is a deciduous tree that reaches a height of up to 20 m. The bark is smooth. The leaves are green, ovate with double-sawn leaf margin. The male flowers are hanging kittens.
The female flowers are small, brown cones. Continue reading “Gray Alder (Alnus incana)”
Description: The Common Ash is a large tree native to the Oleaceae family (Oleaceae ) belongs. It reaches up to 30 m height. In young trees, the trunk is gray, in older trees, the bark is dark and elongated. The leaves of the common ash are green, they consist of 7-11 serrated lateral leaves.
The flowers are in panicles. They appear from April to May – before the leaves Continue reading “Common Ash (Fraxinus excelsior)”
Description: The Forest Hydrangea, Anabelle’ belongs to the family of Hydrangea Family (Hydrangeaceae). She comes from North America. She was discovered in Illinois. The forest hydrangea, Anabelle ‘reaches up to 1.5 m height. It is a shrub with upright shoots. The forest hydrangea, Anabelle ‘is a fairly undemanding plant. It flowers reliably.
The shoots are thin and Continue reading “Forest Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens), Anabelle ‘”
Description: The Chinese elm has small serrated leaves. They are light green, the older ones are dark green and shiny, about 5 cm long and 1-3 cm wide. They fall off partially in the fall. The bark is bright and shiny. She is not scaly. The Chinese Elm can be grown both in the room and in the garden. It is often used for bonsai.
The Chinese Elm is particularly suitable Continue reading “Chinese elm (Ulmus parvifolia)”
Description: The tulip tree belongs to the magnolia family (Magnoliaceae). The tree comes from North America. The trunk is thick and upright. The branches are not very long, in the upper part of the crown they grow diagonally to the trunk. In young specimens, the treetop is narrow. Adult trees have a dense crown that makes a good shade.
The bark of the tulip tree is Continue reading “Tulip tree (Liriodendron tulipifera)”