Hortus Exoticus, Beiträge zur Freilandkultur winterharter Exoten

Hortus Exoticus, Heft 3, 2006
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Exoten in Wien - Eine botanische Reise zurück in die Österreich-Ungarische Monarchie, T. Amersberger
Abstract: A general account of exotic plants in Vienna, Austria, is given. The Austrian capital shows different climatic zones, from an oceanic-atlantic influenced climate in the western parts to a more continental character in the eastern parts and from cold suburban areas to a relatively mild central city climate. These different characteristics lead to an interesting horticultural attribute, not only from an actual account but from a historical point of view, too. - With 13 figures and 4 tables.
Keywords: Continental climate - exotic plants - Vienna
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Pflanzenporträt: Kniphofia uvaria, I. Richter
Abstract: Kniphofia uvaria is an exotic plant from South-Africa that is hardy in almost all Central European gardens. - With 2 figures.
Keywords: Asphodelaceae - gardening - Kniphofia uvaria
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Der moderne Exotengarten, Tipps und Ratschläge für den Einsteiger, Teil I, 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
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Einige hohe Bambusse, die aufgrund ihrer Winterhärte für eine Kultur in Mitteleuropa geeignet sind, G. Sieber & K.-P. Sieber
Abstract: Bamboo rank among the most attractive exotic plants. Information on some of the largest species, suitable for Central European gardens, is provided, including details on growing habits, size and cultural requirements. - With 11 figures.
Keywords: Bambus – Bashania – Central European garden – Phyllostachys – Semiarundinaria
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Thema: Das Rheindorfer Exotenprojekt
Stadtdesign und Exoten, M. Lorek

Abstract: One of the largest public plantings of exotic plants in Central Europe was initiated 2004 in Leverkusen-Rheindorf, Germany. The climate is USDA zone 8 equivalent. This planting encompasses not only palms but a lot of other exotic plants, too, and tries to realise an exotic display of an entire street in the centre of Rheindorf (Rhineland). - With 11 figures.
Keywords: Chamaerops humilis - Leverkusen-Rheindorf - Musa basjoo - public planting of exotics - Trachycarpus fortunei
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Thema: Das Rheindorfer Exotenprojekt
Das Klima im mediterran bepflanzten Bereich auf und zwischen den Kreiseln der Leverkusener Wupperstraße, A.F. Eckloff

Abstract: Leverkusen-Rheindorf has one of the most winter-mild climates in Central Europe. The local climate is described and compared with winter-mild sites in Düsseldorf and Cologne. - With 1 table.
Keywords: Central European climate - Leverkusen-Rheindorf
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