Landscape Trees and Shrubs: Selection, Use and Management
CABI, 1 de gen. 2006 - 179 pàgines
Illustrated with numerous drawings and photographs this book presents a horticultural overview of the main plant families of trees and shrubs from temperate regions that are cultivated in urban and rural landscape schemes. Most of the plants used come from a limited number of plant families and within these families, certain genera contribute very significantly. The largest chapter in the book describes 37 plant families according to their identification, functional use and management in landscape schemes. With this information readers will be able to assess the suitability of species and prepare planting designs for prevailing sites.
Què en diuen els usuaris - Escriviu una ressenya
No hem trobat cap ressenya als llocs habituals.
Acer Aesculus Autumn colour baccata bark beech Betula branches Britain and Ireland catkins Ceanothus Climbers conifers Cornus Cotoneaster Crataegus cultivars cultivated deciduous difﬁcult Dublin early summer Escallonia Europe evergreen Fagus sylvatica fast-growing Fastigiata ﬁve ﬂowering shrubs ﬂowers fruit FUNCTIONAL AND ORNAMENTAL gardens genera genus green Ground cover GROWING CONDITIONS grown GROWTH RATE hedge identiﬁcation Ilex japonica landscape schemes Landscape Trees leaf leaﬂets leaves long-lived Lonicera nitida Malus MANAGEMENT maple maritime areas native nigra Olearia panicles Parkland tree parks PARTICULAR PLANTING SCHEMES Pendula petals pink pinnate Pinus PLANT ASSOCIATIONS Platanus Populus pruning Prunus Prunus laurocerasus Prunus serrulata racemes RATE AND LONGEVITY Rhododendron Rosaceae roses Salix scented SCHEMES OR PLANT Sequoiadendron shape shoots shrubbery shrubby shrubs Skimmia soil Sorbus species Specimen tree stems street tree Table tall Taxus Taxus baccata Tilia trees and shrubs TYPES OF PLANTS urban Viburnum white ﬂowers winter woodland WORLD DISTRIBUTION yellow ﬂowers
Pàgina 152 - McKay, H. (1997) Sensitivity of Broadleaved Trees to Desiccation and Rough Handling Between Lifting and Transplanting. Arboriculture Research and Information Note, Arboricultural Advisory and Information Service, Farnham, UK.