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Gardening Flowers cultivar with double flowers

2014-11-18 00:00:00

cultivar with double flowers

Terry . The Group consists of varieties with double flowers. Terry form selected from varieties with the usual structure of a flower garden in the various groups. This explains the sharp contrast morphological varieties within the group. Full varieties, originating from tubular and crown, characterized by a large share of the perianth and terry tube or crown. Terry varieties derived from melkokoronchatyh and poetic -a large number of perianth segments. Terry have from 3 to 5 double flowers, which gives them a special elegance. For all other morphological and biological features can be assigned to groups of which they are selected. Recommended for planting, cutting and forcing.

Truandrusovye . Crown small perianth petals slightly bent back, plants up to 25 cm tall. Recommended mainly for landscaping. Tsiklamenevidnye. A distinctive feature of this group of varieties is that they have flowers drooping, thin tube whose length is often longer than the perianth lobes, petals strongly bent back. Recommended for planting and cutting. Zhonkillievye. The flowers are small, very fragrant, 2 to 6 per spike. Bloom later than other groups. Perianth segments elongated, cupped crown, less than 2/3 the length of the perianth. Grow well in one place without a transplant 5 -7 years. Recommended for planting and cutting.

Tatsetnye -a very original band garden of daffodils, obtained by crossing different varieties with a narcissist kind tatsetta. Their flowers are collected in inflorescence -a brush with a strong and pleasant aroma. At one peduncle 2 to 5 flowers on relatively short stalks. The flowers are yellow or white, medium-sized, with rounded lobes lobes, crown length less than 7h shares. Hardy.

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