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tamarisk

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Horticulture at Saskatoon's Forestry Farm Park
... the spring. Below it are found a mugo pine, a wonderful creeping juniper, and a tamarisk juniper. A little leaf linden completes the setting. As you leave the washroom area, you ...
gardenline.usask.ca

A trip through the Richtersveld
... vegetation Travel log We spend our first night on the windy campsite Potjiespram, just a Tamarisk bush on the river bank, tired from the long drive all the way from Ai ...
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UCJEPS: Jepson Manual Treatment Indexes
... Jojoba Family SOLANACEAE Nightshade Family STAPHYLEACEAE Bladdernut Family STERCULIACEAE Cacao Family STYRACACEAE Storax Family TAMARICACEAE Tamarisk Family THYMELAEACEAE Mezereum Family TROPAEOLACEAE Nasturtium Family ULMACEAE Elm Family URTICACEAE Nettle Family VALERIANACEAE Valerian ...
ucjeps.berkeley.edu

Iron Mt. Checklist
... officinalis, snowdrop bush T Back To The Dicot Alphabetical Index Table TAMARICACEAE - Tamarisk Family Tamarix parviflora*, small-flowered tamarisk U Back To The Dicot Alphabetical Index Table URTICACEAE - Nettle Family Parietaria hespera ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

Western Tree List at arborday.org
... 21B Colorado Blue 21B Engelmann 21C Sitka 21A White 20E Sycamore Arizona 43B California 43C Tamarisk 27B Tamarix chinensis 27B Tanoak 51B Taxus brevifolia 25C Tesota 75D Thuja plicata 31A Tilia ...
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Azalea Society of America
... 'Tamar' KH-RHS dec Galle85 'Tamara' Greenwood evg Galle85 'Tamarind' see 'Cezanne' Solent dec IRRC04 'Tamarisk' Exbury evg Galle85 'Tama Sugata' Satsuki evg Galle85 'Tami' Greenwood evg Galle85 'Tamino' ('Rosenkavalier', V1 ...
www.azaleas.org

Myrica cerifera, southern wax-myrtle
... to southeastern McCurtain County. Habitat: moist, sandy soils. Comments: Myrica is the classical name for tamarisk (an unrelated tree); cerifera refers to the waxy fruits. Horticulture: a popular ornamental that first ...
www.biosurvey.ou.edu

Tamarix
... produced earlier in the season and should not be pruned back until late winter. Many Tamarisk bonsai are styled with weeping foliage and this requires wiring downwards as it grows. Propagation ...
www.bonsai-bci.com

Denver Botanic Gardens
... , we are particularly concerned about the invasion of river systems by a Eurasian tree, tamarisk. Tamarisk (Tamarix spp., aka saltcedar) "wastes" water through high evapotranspiration rates, changes soil chemistry and ... to investigate the best ways to get rid of the tamarisk and to restore the land after it is removed. Tamarisk integrated pest management (IPM): With funding from the Environmental ...
www.botanicgardens.org

Denver Botanic Gardens
... Conservation Biology and Ecological Applications. She is an expert in invasive species, especially the tamarisk, and has been appointed to the advisory group to Governor Owens mandated to control ... US Botanic Gardens. Her current research focuses on the restoration of native ecosystems after tamarisk control. Nick Snakenberg, Curator of Orchids Nick Snakenberg has been working at Denver Botanic ...
www.botanicgardens.org
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