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Czech association strives perenářů, to allow open access to information to the widest possible audience of lay and professional public. Thanks to the helpfulness writing perenářů and editors of magazines gardeners and gardening here publish articles published by the press in recent years and posted on the Internet.

Lyrics are obviously different levels of professional erudition by their focus. The possibility of staging presupposes respect for the many years of experience and embedded work of authors. thank you all, who have membership in the Association of Czech perenářů actively supported this act.

sage

Salvia nemorosa Rugen

The extensive family of sage (Salvia) a horticultural uses many kinds. But undoubtedly the most important is Salvia nemorosa, cultivated in a wide range of varieties. Like many plants intensively prošlechtěných, and accompanies it with regard to the inclusion of certain inconsistencies. Undisputed is the only type of share S. nemorosa, to which they are sometimes incorporated varieties (here comes the Czech generic name). Today, the complex varieties of garden sage mostly botanists and gardeners conceived as a hybrid S. x superba (S. nemorosa x …

Primula vulgaris Huds. – prvosenka bezlodyžná

Primula veris

syn. P. acaulis (L.) Hill., P. grandiflora Lam., P. sylvestris Scop., P. vernalis Salisb., P. uniflora Gmail., P. hybrida cabinet – Section vernales Pax) – rhizome short, leaves oblong-obovate, when 6 cm long, podvinuté, gradually narrowed in short petiole, front rounded, irregular, obtusely dentate, wrinkled, on the face of Lysa, the reverse hairy; scape missing, individual flowers grow on 5-10 cm long, hairy stems from the axils of the bracts, calyx cylindrical, Crown sulfur yellow (drying turns green), in mouth …

The establishment and management of perennial flower bed

Establishing and caring for flowerbeds

Blooming perennial flower bed will surely belong to one of the most beautiful gardens partiím, and if the select suitable plants, then there is no problem to bloomed from early spring to late autumn.
As the name suggests'trvalky', regards plants hardy and sometimes used the name Peren is directly derived from the Latin radix - hardy. It is therefore a herbs, that remain on station for many years. Of course, if they are planted at optimal conditions. Now perseverance, and in particular, they can regularly over a number …

Tour beds in the Dendrological Garden

Pruhonice trvalkove zahony

Workshop within the Dendrological Garden is focused on longevity in Peren landscaping editing. More details will be evaluated beds in various site conditions from artificially prepared beds with partial replacement of soil to the beds, which were based on unmade terrain with minimal modification soil conditions. The list shows the range of Peren planted in the various flower beds, including species which have died.

globe-flower

Trollius x cultorum Alabaster

A few eyewitnesses still remembers the time, When moist meadows along streams shone in the spring deluge of yellow flowers globeflower. There still are scattered in most areas, But earlier in our country we were more abundant, especially at lower altitudes, where their number is declining drainage bow.
globe-flower (Trollius) they are low to the half-height perennials with erect stem and articulated palmate leaves. The individual flowers are yellow to orange growing on the ends of the stems or leaf axils. About 20 (according to …

Workshop – Peren in the Dendrological Garden

Workshop Dendrological Garden

The garden was established in the middle 70. years to study trees, perennials and bulbs, which will be useful in our climate. The biggest boom experienced in the middle of a garden 80. let, which had already been partly shaped insulating strips on its borders and major skeletal planting in front of the garden. In ages 1983-1984 solved VUKOZ state task determination of the range for the planting of greenery in settlements and landscape. Peren addressing issues following subtasks:

goldenrod

Solidago rugosa Fireworks

Rod Solidago (Goldenrod), as well as related species × solidaster, It belongs to the large family astrovitých (Asteraceae). Only a few people need these plants pose. Everyone is familiar as nice, but invasive weeds, shining late summer flooding of small yellow flowers from the rubble and untreated surfaces. These are mainly gone wild North American Solidago canadensis (Solidago canadensis).
Most species of the genus Solidago among themselves readily crosses, But not all are as invasive as mentioned “weed” kind of. Proof is …

Noble mightiest of the Caucasus

Scabiosa Pink Mist

From about 80 species mudskipper (Scabiosa), with area expansion in Europe, Asia and Africa, found horticultural use only a few. The most important is undoubtedly Caucasian scabious – Scabiosa caucasica. As the name suggests, comes from the Caucasus. It occurs most often in blue and purple, rarely also white and pink, grows up 50-90 cm. Garden varieties are dozens, They differ primarily color, the size and fullness of flowers (the amount of marginal flowers in scrubs). …

From Grandma's garden

Phlox paniculata Little Princess

Perhaps no other garden plant in the past did not enjoy great popularity, than “floxy”. Rich panicles of flowers were vibrant colors along with daisies and lilies adorn every village gardens. Then the plants in our culture almost disappeared, that after years returned to our gardens with even greater fanfare.
Rod Phlox, plamenka, They belong to the family and their jirnicovitých Polemoniaeae about 70 species is typical of North American flora (with the exception of one type, which grows on …

Dráčik suitable for rockery

Penstemon hirsutus

Who wants to see penstemons (Penstemon spp.) in nature, must for these plants to go to North America. This genus is amongst quite typical representative of North American flora and can be found from Mexico to northern USA. It is a very comprehensive and taxonomically not very thought- rod high and low perennial herbs and semishrub, amounting to 270 species. Skalničkářsky interesting species can be found mainly in US Midwest. Penstemons prefer sunny and drier habitats and very well drained and …

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