Cytisus


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cytisus

(ˈsɪtɪsəs)
n
(Plants) any of a member of a diverse genus of fragrant plants of the family Fabaceae, native to Europe, western Asia, and north Africa, and having brightly coloured flowers
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Noun1.cytisus - large genus of stiff or spiny evergreen or deciduous Old World shrubs: broomCytisus - large genus of stiff or spiny evergreen or deciduous Old World shrubs: broom
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae - alternative name used in some classification systems for the family Papilionaceae
Cytisus albus, Cytisus multiflorus, white broom, white Spanish broom - low European broom having trifoliate leaves and yellowish-white flowers
common broom, Cytisus scoparius, green broom, Scotch broom - deciduous erect spreading broom native to western Europe; widely cultivated for its rich yellow flowers
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In Australia, the native hemiparasitic vine, Cassytha pubescens (Loranthaceae), modifies interactions among three nonnative species: a pollinator (Apis mellifera), a seed predator (Bruchidius villosus), and the invasive legume Cytisus scoparius (Prider et al.
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Instead, choose insect-pollinated trees and shrubs, all the ones that we know are attractive to bees and butterflies - azalea, berberis, buddleia, ceanothus, cistus, cornus, cotoneaster, cytisus, escallonia, fuchsia, hebe and holly.
Cytisus x praecox (Warminster broom) is widely planted with a vigorous spreading habit and showers of spicy smelling cream flowers.
com The smaller Acers, Cotoneaster, Cytisus battendieri (the pine apple tree), Liquidamber, Salix alba, and Parrotia persica (the ironwood tree) are excellent vehicles for bright red, orange and yellow climbing roses such as Maigold, and the red Parkdirector Riggers.
In the classical texts of Persian herbal medicine, a plant called lahyat-ul-tis perhaps may be related to Cytisus hypocistis L.
Summer - cytisus battandieri, jasminum officinale, roses and philadelphus.
Cytisus and privet are targeted by red admirals, while ribes, ceanothus, honeysuckle and sorbus may lure speckled woods.
Here is a starting list of bee friendly plants to consider: Winter flowering viburnums, mahonias, lonicera purpusii, chimonanthus praecox, chaenomeles, winter-flowering heathers, apples and pears, borage, bluebells, bellis, ajuga, myosotis, dandelion, cytisus, currants, forsythia, clover, aquilegia, cotoneaster, pyracantha, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, chives, cheiranthuus, digitalis, nepeta, clover, hawthorn, blackthorn, elderberry, wild and species roses, thymus, oregano, achillea, solidago, lavendula, aster, scabious and teasel.
THE stunning flowers of Cytisus battandieri lace the air with the scent of pineapple.