Mespilus


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Noun1.Mespilus - medlarsMespilus - medlars        
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
family Rosaceae, Rosaceae, rose family - a large family of dicotyledonous plants of order Rosales; have alternate leaves and five-petaled flowers with numerous stamens
medlar tree, Mespilus germanica, medlar - small deciduous Eurasian tree cultivated for its fruit that resemble crab apples
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Young specimens are quite happy in Above: Amelanchier lamarckii is a small deciduous tree with white snowy flowers in early spring commonly known as snowy mespilus or juneberry a pot as long as they're not exposed to temperatures below -10degC.
Young specimens are quite happy in a pot as long as they're not exposed to Above: Amelanchier lamarckii is a small deciduous tree with white snowy flowers in early spring commonly known as snowy mespilus or juneberry temperatures below -10degC.
Pot up early in the year to establish before winter, and use a loam-based Above: Amelanchier lamarckii is a small deciduous tree with white snowy flowers in early spring commonly known as snowy mespilus or juneberry compost and one-fifth horticultural grit for drainage.
MESPILUS GERMANICA (MEDLAR) MEDLAR has been cultivated in our gardens for centuries.
Mespilus germanica (medlar) Anyone who is interested in heritage may have a go at growing the medlar, which has been cultivated in our gardens for centuries.
Lamiaceae Bunk, Mentol nane, Kedi nanesi, Tibbi nane Mespilus germanica L.
26 y 28), aunque se trata de especies distintas que pertenecen a generos diferentes: la planta nativa chicozapote, cuyo nombre cientifico es achras sapota, corresponde al genero sapotaceas, mientras que el nispero (mespilus germanica), introducido a este territorio, es del genero rosaceas.
The snowy mespilus, Amelanchier lamarckii Ballerina, is either grown as a small tree or a multi-stemmed shrub.
Otros trabajos han encontrado de igual modo un amplio uso de recursos para percha y anidacion, como cables (Almazan-Nunez, 2014; Tinajero & Partida-Perez, 2016) y especies vegetales como Maclura tinctoria, Tamarix spp., Prosopis palmeri (Tinajero & Rodriguez-Estrella, 2014; Tinajero & Partida-Perez, 2016), Mespilus spp.
Todas estas caracteristicas corresponden a Mespilus germanica L., "nispero comun", especie no toxica para los animales domesticos.
Las maloideas comprenden especies frutales como Amelanchier, Cotoneaster, Crataegus, Cydonia, Malus, Mespilus, Pyrus y Sorbus.