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The plants of treasure international park

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The plants of treasure international park

  1. 1. The plants of Treasure International Park By plants experts
  2. 2. Zawciąg pospolity Armeria maritima It occurs in Wielkopolski Park Narodowy in Poland. 8-10 subspecies stand of this plant. It is an ornamental plant, is of little importance as a low-quality fodder and edible.
  3. 3. Dyptam jesionolistny Dictamnus albus It occurs in Wielkopolski Park Narodowy in Poland. It’s a species of plant in the Ruta family. In many countries, including Poland, it is grown as an ornamental plant. Currently,only three have been confirmed dyptam position in Poland: Kulin reserve near Włocławek, around Dąbrowa Górnicza and Pińczów.
  4. 4. Bagno zwyczajne Ledum Palustre It occurs in Park Narodowy “Bory Tucholskie” in Poland. It is an evergreen shrub, up to 1-1.5 m in height. It occurs in marshy forests and raised bogs and transition. This plant gives off a very strong specific smell. Warning! Drowsiness may also occur by inhalation, while in the undergrowth of the bush.
  5. 5. Strawberry Tree Arbutus Unedo The origin of the arbutus is mainly in Madrid. We can find it in the Plaza de la Lealtad near the four towers of La Castellana in Madrid.The trunk, very branched from the base, is rarely straight and the bark, very scaly, easily detaches and has a brown color with reddish tones in the young branches and grayish in the old ones.
  6. 6. Black Pine Pinus Nigra It is distributed naturally in the western part of the Alps, the Vosges and the Pyrenees, having as southern limit in Spain the mountains of Gúdar (Teruel) and Cebollera (Soria and La Rioja). Its wood is compact, fine-grained, light and easy to work, resinous quality many times superior to that of albar pine, but less used because of its scarcity.
  7. 7. Cork Oak Qercus Suber It is typically more stunted in its native environment. The leaves are 4 to 7 cm (1.6 to 2.8 in) long, weakly lobed or coarsely toothed, dark green above, paler beneath, with the leaf margins often downcurved.It is a persistent leaf tree and average size, none reaches 20m.
  8. 8. Brambořík nachový Cyclamen purpurascens It grows in Podyjí national park. It is very unusual plant. You can see it in many countries: France, Austria, Hungary and in Balkan peninsula. It blooms in June, July, August and September. This plant is 2-5cm high.
  9. 9. Hořec šumavský Gentiana pannonica This is very rare plant in Czech republic. You can see it in Šumava national park. It grows in the Alps - Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy and Slovenia, too. It is 85 cm high.
  10. 10. El Tijanaste Rojo Echium wildpretti In Canary Islands exist a very big number of tajinastes, the red one is a bush witouth branches with a similar form to a spear that achieves around 3 m of heigh. This specie is endemic only from the national park of El Teide. It flowers in spring, moment when it is produced the colours contrast.
  11. 11. La Retama Spartocytisus supranubius Its a woody bush with a big number of long branches, its found in a mountain ecosystem. It's endemic from the Islands of La Palma and Tenerife. In Tenerife it is considered one of the most dominant vegetal formations from the landscape of Las Cañadas del Teide. This specie is protected and it is in process of recovery.
  12. 12. La Tabaiba Euphorbia lamarckii It is a woody branched, belonging to the endemic group species. It differs from other species for his inflorecenses. It’s yellow and have some tones of green.
  13. 13. Plesnivec alpínsky Leontopodium alpinum (Leontopodium alpinum) Slovakia occurs naturally in alpine and subalpine environments in the High Tatras, High and Low Fatra and Slovak Paradise Description: The leaves and flowers are covered with white hairs that look like wool (felt). Flowering stalks can grow to a size of 3-20 cm (in cultivation, up to 40 cm). Each flower has five to six small yellow flowery heads (5 mm), which are surrounded by laminated star-configuration. Flowers bloom from July to September.
  14. 14. CZ: Tomáš K. Štěpán B. SK: Peter S. Samvel S. PL: Nikola Z. Natalia G. ES1:Angel N. Dácil R. ES2: Soraya O. Plants experts The photos used in presentation were taken from ‘Pixabay’ and ‘Google Images’. We use them for non-profit educational purpose. Thanks to using the photos we can learn about the subject we explore.

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