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Rhamnus (Flora Neotropica, Monograph No. 20)

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Published by New York Botanical Garden Pr Dept .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Flowers,
  • Nature,
  • NAT013000,
  • NAT,
  • Buckthorns,
  • Latin America

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsOrganization for Flora Neotropica (Corporate Author)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8234671M
ISBN 100893272094
ISBN 109780893272098

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Rhamnus purshiana: Cascara Our native of the Buckthorn family, Rhamnus purshiana, is a real “sleeper” among our native trees -- frequently overlooked and under-appreciated. Rhamnus californica 'Eve Case' (Coffeeberry) - A selection of the California native Coffeeberry. This evergreen shrub is more compact than the species but can still be seen growing to a large mound to 8 to 10 feet by as wide, though feet tall is more common and size can be maintained by selective pruning. Rhamnus alternus is an evergreen shrub that bears attractive gray-green foliage edged in white. It makes a great hedge thanks to its dense habit. It's also good as a topiary subject or patio tree. This variety grows 15 feet tall and 12 feet wide. Zones Rhamnus yoshinoi; Mga kasarigan. Mga sumpay ha gawas. An Wikimedia Commons mayda media nga nahahanungod han: Rhamnus: An Wikispecies in may-ada impormasyon nga may pagkahisumpay ha: Rhamnus: Image gallery. Ini nga pakli kataposan nga ginliwat dida han , 17 Nobyembre An teksto in available ha.

Rhamnus frangula (synonym Frangula alnus), the alder buckthorn, glossy buckthorn, or breaking buckthorn, is a tall deciduous shrub in the family Rhamnaceae. It is native to Europe, northernmost Africa, and western Asia, from Ireland and Great Britain north to 68°N in Scandinavia, east to central Siberia and Xinjiang in western China, and south. Rhamnus californica (Coffeeberry) - A long lived California native evergreen shrub that grows feet tall and as wide with reddish brown young stems that age to brown. The foliage, inches long, smooth and leathery, is light green when young, maturing to dark green - often with red tips. RelationshipRhamnus cathartica or Rhamnus Frangula-European Buckthorn-a rheumatic remedy--(abdominal symptoms, colic, diarrhoea; haemorrhoids, especially chronic). Rhamnus Purshiana-Cascara Sagrada--(palliative in constipation, as an intestinal tonic, and dyspepsia dependent thereon. drops of . by Vivian Mazur, Inverness Garden Club California Coffeeberry (Rhamnus californica or Frangula californica) On a recent hike on Inverness Ridge in Marin County, we came across a particularly large and handsome coffeeberry adorned with fruits in all stages of ripeness—from green to red to black.