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poncirus trifoliata

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Poncirus trifoliata, hardy orange
... , hardy orange Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf. Rutaceae Common names: hardy orange, mock orange Synonyms: Citrus trifoliata Large shrub or small tree to 10 m (30 ft) tall. Bark green with brown ... to North America as an ornamental. Escaped from cultivation. Habitat: old homesites, roadsides, abandoned fields NWI Status: none Comment: Poncirus is derived from an old French word for some citrus tree; ...
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Poncirus Trifoliata. Japanese hardy orange.
... root-stocks, which provide resistance to some diseases, increased cold-hardiness and high quality fruit. Poncirus Trifoliata Flying Dragon, after leaf fall. These strange contorted plants are used as Bonsai specimens ... to wispy-petalled flowers about 4cms in diameter. I have two large, mature plants of Poncirus, as well as seedlings of 'Frost' (said to be exceptionally vigorous), 'Kryder 5-5' (said ...
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Poncirus Trifoliata
... please don't blame me if you can't find them! Do you know of fruiting plants of Poncirus trifoliata in Britain? I will be happy to list them on this page. DENMARK 1. Copenhagen Botanic ... centre of the main herbaceous border, take the path towards the Pompeian Garden. The low-growing, but fruiting, Poncirus is on the left, among some perennial plants. SEE PHOTO . There may be other examples in the ...
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... the best gift ideas from your favorite stores right to your home. Visit GardenVoices for a daily dose of garden writing from around the world. New forums: Lighting, Vertical Gardening, Organic Lawn Care, Rate & Review Messages: Albinism in Poncirus trifoliata seedlings. Posted by: fredsbog z5/6 NE Ohio on Fri, Jun 23, 06 at 21:50 3 follow-ups, last one ...
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Citrus in the garden
... lemon is frost-sensitive and sweet orange moderately susceptible, while citrange is cold-hardy and Poncirus trifoliata very cold-hardy. Where to establish Citrus trees grow best in deep (50 cm ... belong to the family Rutaceae, which includes the genera of true citrus fruit Citrus, Fortunella, Poncirus, Eremocitrus and Microcitrus. A wide range of citrus types and varieties is available in Australia ...
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The Plant Kaleidoscope
... (Thunb.) Ait. Piptanthus nepalensis (Hook.) Sweet Plagianthus divaricatus J.R. & G. Forst. Platycarya strobilacea Sieb. & Zucc. Podocarpus salignus D.Don Poliothyrsis sinensis Oliv. Poncirus trifoliata Raf. Populus lasiocarpa Oliv. Premna microphylla Turcz. Prinsepia uniflora Batalin Prionotes cerinthoides (Labill.) R. Br. Prostanthera cuneata Benth. Prunus serrula Franch. Pseudocydonia sinensis ...
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Current projects of the Oklahoma Biological Survey
... leucarpum Phoradendron tomentosum Physocarpus monogynus Physocarpus opulifolius Pinus echinata Pinus edulis Pinus ponderosa Pinus taeda Planera aquatica Platanus occidentalis Polygonella americana Poncirus trifoliata Populus deltoides Prosopis glandulosa Prunus americana Prunus angustifolia Prunus gracilis Prunus hortulana Prunus mexicana Prunus munsoniana Prunus rivularis Prunus serotina Prunus ...
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Botanischer Garten, Uni. Wien - Bemerkenswerte Pflanzen
... , Morgenlndische Platane zum Unterschied von der weithin gepflanzten Hybrid-Platane (Platanus x hybrida) die echte Morgenlndische Platane, die in Auwldern des Mittelmeergebietes zu Hause ist. - (Gruppe 5) Poncirus trifoliata, Bitterorange aus China. - (Gruppe 6) Prunus tenella = Amygdalus nana, Zwerg-Mandel. Im stlichen sterreich (z.B. im Weinviertel) wild wachsend, leider fast ausgerottet, daher ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... , brownish, leathery skinned fruit with a subacid flesh surrounding a seed. The seeds are edible when roasted. Propagated by seed and air layer. POMERAC See Malay Apple POMME CYTHERE See Ambarella POMME ROSE See Rose Apple PONCIRUS TRIFOLIATA - Trifoliate orange POND APPLE Chromosome Numbers in the Annonaceae. By Wray M. Bowden. 1974 YB, pp 73-81 POSSUM APPLE ...
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CRFG Fruit List
... Peggy Winter. 1985 #3, pp 16-17 TREE MELON See Papaya TREE TOMATO See Tamarillo TREE PLANTING Planting Guide for Trees and Shrubs. By Pacific Tree Farms Nursery. 1987 YB, pp 6-7 TRIFOLIATE ORANGE - Poncirus trifoliata TRIPHASIA TRIFOLIA - Limeberry This spiny shrub from India is extremely ornamental because of its stiff, zig-zag branches, dark-green ...
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