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Technical glossary of horticultural and landscape terminology.
|Contributions||Horticultural Research Institute., Pennsylvania State University. Dept. of Landscape Architecture.|
|LC Classifications||SB45 .T4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 109 p.|
|Number of Pages||109|
|LC Control Number||78165521|
Article Glossary of Terms Reference the following for terminology Appendix A. - American National Standards for Nursery Stock, ANSI Z, latest edition. American Nursery and Landscape Association, I Street N.W., Suite , Washington, D.C., Article Payment - GeneralFile Size: KB. A glossary of grammatical terminology, English-German, German-English by Lederer, Herbert A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner Rating: % positive.
A Technical Glossary of Horticultural and Landscape Terminology, Horticultural Research Institute, ii. CONTAINER SIZE SPECIFICATIONS. All container-grown nursery stock specifications based on the American Standard for Nursery. Stock (the “Standard”) must include both plant size and container class. Horticulture has been defined as the agriculture of plants, mainly for food, materials, comfort and beauty for decoration. According to American horticulturist Liberty Hyde Bailey, "Horticulture is the growing of flowers, fruits and vegetables, and of plants for ornament and fancy." A more precise definition can be given "The cultivation, processing, and sale of fruits, nuts, vegetables, and.
Softscape: living landscape features such as flowers, grass, and trees. This often includes soil and mulch. Because these elements change with the seasons, they bring a sense of life and flow to the landscape. Soil test: a landscaper might conduct this test to check your soil’s pH and nutrient levels. With this information, they can decide. Books shelved as horticulture: The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael Pollan, Botany for Gardeners by Brian Capon, Gaia's Garde.
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries Terminology: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Technical glossary of horticultural and landscape terminology. Washington, D.C., Horticultural Research Institute . Glossary of Horticultural Terms: Air drainage.
The flow of cold air down a hill. Plant crops that are sensitive to late spring and early fall frost on slopes, preferably south-facing, so that cold air will drain downhill and settle in the low spots below the planted area Landscape design.
The profession concerned with the planning and. glossary of common horticultural terms [page2/7] C Canker A sunken lesion caused by the breakdown of tissues from the phloem and outward. Chilling The chilling hours a particular clone needs before over-wintering buds will open.
Chlorophyll The green matter in plants and the essential molecule for photosynthesis. Chlorosis. A REVISED GLOSSARY OF THE MORE COMMON BOTANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL TERMS A a result of frequent requests this revised edition of the glossary of horti-cultural terms, first published fifteen years ago in the BULLETIN OF POPULAR INFORMATION has been prepared.
This glossary is a selective compilation of theFile Size: KB. 18 rows a more natural, or less formal, looking landscape or garden: panicle: a botanical term for a. 36 Landscape Design Terms You Need to Know Share You may never have the need to slip words like architrave and entablature into conversation, but if you have a home and would like to surround it with beautiful landscaping, you should probably at least know the difference between a pergola and a portico.
Adaptable as a Houseplant - This means the plant can be grown indoors at least through the winter but likely all year.
Annual - A plant that grows, flowers and may produce seed all in one season and then does not survive the winter. It must be planted each year. Many plants we call annual may be perennial in warmer locations. Balled and Burlapped (B&B) - Generally larger trees or shrubs that. Landscape fabric: A synthetic material that allows water to pass through but block light, soil, and weed roots from penetrating.
Larva: The wingless, often worm-like form of a newly hatched insect before undergoing metamorphosis. Lateral bud: A bud that will form a sideshoot. Horticulture Terminology study guide by vidorw includes 9 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more.
Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. The RHS Encyclopedia of Gardening has a full and comprehensive glossary of gardening terms. Buy a copy of this essential guide to gardening and have a full and informative reference guide to all things horticultural.
Buy now. Join the RHS today and get 12 months for the price of. This article is about plant terminology. For other uses, please see Terminology (disambiguation). Below is a list of plant terminology concepts.
Leaf - the flat, green growths on plants. List of Terminology Edit. Branching - growing into multiple smaller segments ; Deciduous - plants that lose leaves seasonally ; Evergreen - plants that are green throughout the year.
If you are researching plant X to determine whether it is something you would like to grow, and you find a description that says it is a "biennial," you will get more out of the plant description if you understand what that term means, so you can make the right plant you know what a biennial is, you may decide that it's not the right plant for you to grow in a particular spot.
This is a glossary of botanical and horticultural terms used in Horticulture. Achene Bulb. A bulb is an underground plant organ used for storing food by certain monocots. While often called a root, bulbs are actually made up of modified leaves. Corm Cultivation Fan Frond Mulch Pappus Peduncle Petiole.
A dictionary of commonly used gardening and landscape terms. acid soil: A soil with a pH lower than is an acid soil. (a soil pH higher than is alkaline) Basically, pH is a measure of the amount of lime (calcium) contained in your soil.
Acidic Soil: Soil with a pH value higher than (pH>7) is considered alkali and can be neutralized (pH of 7 being neutral) by addition of an acid (pH10) is considered very alkaline. Alkalinity is caused by an increase in sodium compounds or sodium carbonates, which often occur as soil minerals break down.
possible that future versions of a glossary may find it more convenient to group terminology according to functions, such as irrigation, drainage, configuration of fields, land tenure etc., with sub-divisions arranged by language.
Terms are identified as “vernacular” or Glossary of landscape terminology Get this from a library. Glossary for horticultural crops. [James Soule; American Society for Horticultural Science.] -- This book is a glossary of terms encompassing the entire field of horticulture and related plant science and is cross- referenced and indexed for maximum ease of use.
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