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ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
FROM
R U S S I A
AND ADJACENT STATES OF
THE FORMER SOVIET UNION

A botanical guide for travelers and gardeners

Tatyana Shulkina

 
  • A word of appreciation

  • Preface

    A unique book for world horticulture. Academician R. Kamelin

  • Introduction

  • Part 1

    Ornamental plants in their natural habitats

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  • Floristic regions:
  • Part 2
  • Part 3
  • Part 4
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    Link to the searchable version at www.efloras.org.

    Hard copy publication T. Shulkina: “Ornamental plants from Russia and adjacent states” is available online at www.mbgpress.info. It includes also material which helps gardeners to make selection of environmentally suitable plant sites (such as lists of plants for full sun, for shady place, for dry places etc); selection of plants for any particular garden (such as lists of plants with flowers of similar color: white, blue, red, etc.; lists with gigantic plants with bold leaves, groundcovers, plants for rock garden etc.); recommended type of propagation, phenological-seasons calendar, Russian name of plants etc. The author can answer the questions by email: tatyana.shulkina@mobot.org

    Appendix. Directory of names and addresses, FSU Botanical Gardens

    ©2004 - Tatyana Shulkina


     
     
     
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