8 Fraxinus excelsior 1 Salix viminalis 1 Ficus carica 11 Cercis siliquastrum
1 Magnolia soulangeana 2 Acer negundo 2 Olea europaea 2 Note: Table made from bar graph.
(Judas tree) seed pods were collected at the same locations in 2012.
We classified seven species as low priority: Cassia javanica, Cercis siliquastrum
, Crotalaria pallida, Senna siamea, Sesbania grandiflora, Sutherlandia frutescens, and Vicia villosa.
and Stachys antalyensis are strongly associated with the unit.
Strongest inhibitory activity was found in leaf extracts of Cercis siliquastrum
Whether it be the bright yellow flowers of forsythia, the deep pink of cercis siliquastrum
(Judas tree) or the many varied colours of rhododendrons, there is something that will suit every size and style of garden.
One of the most arresting sights in the garden at Glebe Cottage at this time of year is a Judas tree, cercis siliquastrum
Crocosmia B ONE of the most arresting sights in the garden at Glebe Cottage at this time of year is a Judas tree, cercis siliquastrum
These tolerate a limey soil well: Aesculus Cercis siliquastrum
Malus, Prunus sargentii Pyrus, Sorbus aria Aucuba japonica Buddleia davidii Cistus Choisya ternata Forsythia Hebe Lonicera Philadelphus Potentilla Syringa Viburnum
A tree that is not planted enough in Britain but that forms a dome head is Cercis siliquastrum
, the Judas Tree.