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.
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.