Hortus Exoticus, Beiträge zur Freilandkultur winterharter Exoten

Hortus Exoticus, Heft 2007/4
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Der moderne Exotengarten, Tipps und Ratschläge für den Einsteiger, Teil II, B. Demes
Abstract: Exotic gardening in Central European climate is relatively new but increasingly coming up as an important segment of architectural gardening. Hints on cultural requirements and some lists of exotic plants provide basic informations how to realise an exotic garden. - In two parts, with 16 figures and 7 tables.
Keywords: Architectural gardening - Central Europe - exotic plants

Winterharte Euphorbien, I. Richter
Abstract: Not only indigenous Euphorbiae are suitable for Central European gardens but some exotic species, too. The indigenous Euphorbia palustris and the exotic E. lathyris are suggested for use as ornamentals in gardens. - With 3 figures.
Keywords: indigenous Euphorbiae - Euphorbia lathyris - Euphorbia palustris

Zwei Trachycarpi fortunei seit 1971 ausgepflanzt in Klingenberg am Main, P. Bohlender
Abstract: One of the oldest planting of Trachycarpus fortunei in Central Europe is located since 1971 in Klingenberg, Bavaria, Germany, USDA-zone 7b. - With 9 figures and 2 tables.
Keywords: Klingenberg am Main - Trachycarpus fortunei

Pinus pinea in Mitteleuropa, L. Lea
Abstract: Pinus pinea is suitable for Central European climate, USDA zone 7b equivalent gardens. - With 24 figures and 2 tables.
Keywords: Central European gardens - Pinus pinea

Design und Spezies von Exotengärten in wintermilden Regionen anhand eines Privatgartens in Düsseldorf, M. Lorek
Abstract: In this private garden in Duesseldorf slightly hardy plants are merged with structural elements and turned out to perform a very successful display of architectural design in Central European climate, USDA zone 8 equivalent. The hardiness of some Arecaceae, Yuccas and mediterranean plants is discussed. - With 2 tables and 9 figures.
Keywords: Butia capitata - Duesseldorf - exotic garden design - Jubaea chilensis - Trachycarpus fortunei - Trithrinax campestris

Exotische Mahonien in Mitteleuropa, B. Demes
Abstract: Many Mahonias are suitable for Central European gardens because of their ornamental leaf-structure, winter-flowers and for their modesty. Descriptions of 12 of the most exotic species are provided. - With 9 figures.
Keywords: Mahonia - Central European climate

Exotenpflanzungen im Parque Montana, Madrid, T. Amersberger
Abstract: Some of the exotic plants that are thriving in Parque Montana, Madrid, are suitable for Central-European gardens, too. A general account on some species is given inclusive some hints about possible USDA-zone. – With 6 figures and 1 table.
Keywords: Chamaerops humilis – Madrid – Sabal minor – Yucca gloriosa var. recurvifolia – Yucca rostrata

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