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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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 Allgold BRIGHT yellow flowers are produced by this form of broom in late spring.
Planhigion eraill sydd wedi'u defnyddio at annwyd ydi'r cacamwci (Arctium; burdock), y wermod lwyd (Artemisia absinthum; wormwood), llygad y dydd (Bellis perennis; daisy), y banadl (Cytisus scoparius; broom) a bysedd y cwr (Digitalis purpurea; foxglove) - er mae angen bod yn ofalus iawn wrth ddefnyddio'r olaf 'na am ei fod yn wenwynig.
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.
Strong density dependence has been demonstrated in several invasive plant populations, such as the woody species Cytisus scoparius (Paynter et al., 2003) and Mahonia aquifolium (Auge and Brandl, 1997), and the herbaceous species Alliaria petiolata (Winterer et al., 2005), Brassica tournefortii (Trader et al., 2006) and Tripleurospermum perforatum (Buckley et al., 2001).
Rydw i'n deall fod y banadl (Cytisus scoparius), y farchredynen (Dryopteris filix-mas), y goesgoch (Geranium robertanium) a'r gwyddfid (Lonicera periclymenum) i gyd wedi cael eu defnyddio i drin 'Tan Iddew'.
OTHER shrub favourites include broom, lavender (for Large White and Wall Brown butterflies), cytisus, privet (Red Admirals), ribes, honeysuckle (Speckled Wood) and sorbus.
Related Family Members in Book: Acacia, Cercis, Cytisus, Lupinus, and Wisteria
AThe cytisus is a beautiful showy plant which flowers in late spring/early summer and has flowers of white, primrose, yellow, orange, red or pink.
The tropical-looking pineapple broom Cytisus battandieri, with its fir cone-like lemon flowers and spun-silver foliage, thrives on a cold wall, and the exquisite Abutilon x suntense `Jermyns' reaches for the roof.