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Potential of Canarian Wild Plants as Ornamentals

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The botanical garden in Tafira Alta is a place of cultivation of many plants that can potentially be used in ornamental horticulture, such as for cut flowers, pot and bedding plants. Examples are species: Aeonium canariense Webb & Berthel., Aeonium hierrense (Murray) J.Pitard & L.Proust, Aloë mitriformis subsp. dystans (Haw.) Zonn., Asparagus horridus L., Asparagus scoparius Lowe, Asteriscus sericeus (L.f.) DC., Ceropegia dichotoma Haw., Dracaena tamaranae Marrero Rodr., R.S.Almeira & M.Gonzales-Martin, Echium hierrense Webb ex C. Bolle, Erysimum albescens (Webb & Berthel.) Bramwell, Plocama pendula Aiton, Podranea ricasoliana (Tanfani) Sprague, Salvia broussonetii Benth. and Thrinax morrisii H. Wendland. The purpose of this elaboration was to point out the taxons that have exceptionally high ornamental value.
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86
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3
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357-364
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  • Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Poland
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