Studies Regarding the Behaviour in Crop Conditions of Some Species from Ornamental Flora, with Decorative Value
AbstractThe current paper presents the preliminary results of a study regarding the behaviour in crop conditions of four species, from spontaneous flora, with ornamental value (Campanula glomerata, Campanula persicifolia, Digitalis grandiflora and Gladiolus imbricatus). In comparison with the behaviour in natural habitat were made phenological studies to establish the vegetation period and biometric quality studies. The obtained results show that the studied species had a good adaptability in crop conditions, with maintaining ornamental value.
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