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|Title:||Historical aspects of plant composition and the main results of introduction of decorative plants in the parterre part of BSTU Botanical Gardens|
|Authors:||Makoznak, N. A.|
Burhanskaya, T. M.
|Keywords:||Ботанический сад Белорусского государственного технологического университета|
|Citation:||Makoznak, N. A. Historical aspects of plant composition and the main results of introduction of decorative plants in the parterre part of BSTU Botanical Gardens / N. A. Makoznak, T. M. Burhanskaya // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 1. – Minsk : BSTU, 2016. – P. 109-112|
|Description:||Historical aspects of creation of the compositions and the results of the introduction of ornamental plants in the parterre part of the BSTU Botanical Gardens in 1991–2015 years are considered. The number of compositions in regular and landscape styles were created, in which territory the collectible and demonstration plantings of ornamental trees and shrubs and herbace ous plants were placed. With the use of modern techniques of landscape architecture and design the compositions of the modular garden, garden of shady plants, rockeries, collections planta tions of types, forms and varieties of junipers, peo-nies, daylilies, grasses and other plants, that are perspective for use in the garden and park construction, are created. In 2015 the collection includes 59 species and 107 ornamental varieties of flowering woody plants, 36 species and 46 ornamental forms of trees and shrubs with decorative leaves, 25 species and 92 ornamental forms of conifers, 30 species and varieties of annual, 17 – of biennial and 289 – of per-ennial herbaceous plants of open spaces. The main cr iteria of the selection of species, their decorative forms and varieties is a combination of high decorative qualities with resistance to adverse environmen-tal effects, which makes it possible to test and introduce them in the green building in the Republic of Belarus.|
|Appears in Collections:||2016, № 1|
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