zelkova


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zelkova

(ˈzɛlkəvə)
n
(Plants) an Asian tree related to the elm and belonging to the Zelkova genus
Translations
zelkovazelkova habrolistá
zelkova
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tselkva
selkova
zelcova
olmo siberianozelcova
느티나무
zelkova
zelkova
chi cử
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Contract awarded for 2018 zelkova tree tree vernal project
parkmanii), Daimyo oak (Quercus dentata), Japanese wisteria cultivare (Wisteria floribunda), Japanese zelkova (Zelkova serrata) and the infamously invasive Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica var.
Juglans regia and Zelkova used in Santoor), using a life size instrument instead of small clear samples and exposing them to a various range of conditions in relation with their enduses and conservation.
It also has a restaurant called Suiren (named after the famous "Water Lilies" series of paintings by Claude Monet) which overlooks a small garden with camphor, zelkova and gingko trees.
Jennifer Young via email Hi Jennifer After much deliberation, I think it could be Zelkova serrata due to its leaf shape and arrangement as well as the bark.
The centerpiece is a 65-foot table crafted from a single Japanese zelkova tree trunk, with George Nakashima chairs and a wavy check mark-shaped chandelier by Ingo Maurer hanging above.
Tsuchiya R, Furukawa I (2010) Syncronized maturation of vassel diameter and ray width in Zelkova serrata.
It features 1,300 Sakura trees of 65 different varieties lining up the pathways, occasionally sprinkled with other trees such as zelkova, tulip, Yulan magnolia, sycamores, ginkgo, and maple trees.
75% stake in potash fertilisers maker Uralkali OAO (LON:URKA) and is not holding discussions to buy it, Norilsk's deputy general director Larissa Zelkova said today as cited by Reuters.
The former is a swank street where giant glass boutiques peep from behind a thicket of zelkova trees.
Available trees include: balsam fir, beech, blackgum, Carolina silverbell, cherry (flowering only), Colorado spruce, crabapple, dawn redwood, dogwood (possibly), Fraser fir, fringetree, hawthorn, honeylocust, hop-hornbeam, hornbeam, Japanese stewartia, Japanese tree lilac, dogwood, larch, linden (all varieties), Norway spruce, pin oak, oak (red, white and swamp white), sweetgum, tulip tree, white fir, white pine, yellowwood, and zelkova.
For barren yards, consider fast-growing trees, such as a Japanese zelkova or one of many varieties of crab apple trees.