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aerial rootlets

Listing 11 - 17 from 17 for aerial rootlets

Hydrangea
... to beautify unsightly landscape problems such as rock piles or tree stumps. It climbs via aerial rootlets, bears flattened clusters of white flowers, and blooms in late spring to early summer. Mature ...
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Hydrangea
... plant. It grows by anchoring it's peeling, reddish-brown stems to rough surfaces with aerial rootlets and has reached a height of well over ten feet. I've planted mine a ...
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Tesselaar - Social Climbers
... of Gold. This is a fast growing evergreen vine with a lot of appeal. The aerial rootlets can run up to 61m and are covered in large shiny leathery leaves. The bell ...
www.tesselaar.net.au

Lilies
... soil, and firm well to prevent the formation of air pockets in which the tiny rootlets can become dry. Water well. Two or three additional good soakings prior to freezeup will ... organic material. Besides natural division, lilies can also be propagated or increased by stem bulblets, aerial bulbils, scales and seed. Williams is a specialist in horticulture with the Extension Division. This ...
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Cycad International : Katherine NT Australia
... or so. Certain species of Encephalartos have rather small, subterranean stems but others have massive aerial trunks, several to nearly 10 metres tall when mature, always protected by a sturdy ... earth, take root, and once again turn upward. The roots of all species form coralloid rootlets that contain cyanobacteria. Zamia leaves, at least in general appearance, are likewise extremely variable. On ...
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structure
... The rhizome in acaulescent plants is thick and well-developed, usually clearly distinguishable from the aerial parts of the plant. Rhizomes are branched in mature plants to varying degrees. These structures ... fleshy, often brown to black. Further toward the root tips, new growth develops on branched rootlets that may appear white to black. The portion of the roots furthest away from the ...
www.hellebores.org

Soquel Demonstration Forest Description: a Redwood Class Assignment
... the health of SDSF. These fungi grow around the trees' rootlets, where they collect water and trace nutrients that the trees are ... used. The main options are ground skidding, cable logging, and aerial harvest. Ground skidding logging systems tow logs on the ground to ... drainage, or where it would be difficult to construct a road. Aerial harvest systems use helicopters and balloons to move logs from ...
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