Calluna vulgaris


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Synonyms for Calluna vulgaris

common Old World heath represented by many varieties

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This was true for three species that were present in the diet of both chamois and red deer (Carabelli 2008): Juniperus communis, Calluna vulgaris and Loiseleuria procumbens.
Como clase I (importante) a Calluna vulgaris, Castanea sativa, Cytisus scoparius-t., Conium maculatum, Echium vulgare-t., Erica australis, E.
Influence of altitudinal variation on the content of phenolic compounds in wild populations of Calluna vulgaris, Sambucus nigra, and Vaccinium myrtillus.
Andromeda polifoiia Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Calluna vulgaris + Empetrum nigrum + Ledum palustre + Vaccinium myrtillus + Vaccinium uliginosum + + Vaccinium vitis-ideae + Rhvnchospora alba Carex panacea Carex viridula Chenopodium spp.
(2009) on burning management and carbon sequestration of an upland heather (Calluna vulgaris) moorland addresses an important subject that is currently under much debate in the UK.
Suraif Blackthorn Wild Plum Prunus spinosa Prunus nigra Ruis Elder Persimmon Sambucus nigra Petalostemum candid um Ailm Silver Fir Locust Abies alba Gleditsia triacanthos Onn Furze (Gorse) Sweetgum Ulex europaeus Liguidambarstyraciflua Ura Heather Blackberry Calluna vulgaris Vaccinium spp.
Others which will thrive at the seaside include pinks (Dianthus), thrift (Armeria) and sea holly (Eryngium), Calluna vulgaris, cordyline, hebes, holly, spiraea, ulex, hydrangea, olearia, lavatera and cistus, although some are not hardy.
Other relatively trouble-free ground cover plants include Ajuga reptans, astilbe, Calluna vulgaris, Erica carnea and Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'.
During severe winters, moose feed mainly on Calluna vulgaris and Vaccinium sp.
nemorosa, Tussilago farfara, Caltha palustris, Calluna vulgaris, and Vaccinium myrtillus, and annual dates of leaf bud burst in Betula odorata (Table 1); these species or genera occur in the diets of the northern ungulates that we studied (Clutton-Brock et al.
Calluna vulgaris or "Dark Beauty" has bright red flowers from August to October.
Bud heathers, or Calluna vulgaris, are treated with dyes to give exciting colours such as blue, orange, yellow and rust-red, which pack a punch in patio containers during winter.
The forest undergrowth consists of blueberry Vaccinium myrtillus, cowberry V vitis-idaea, heather Calluna vulgaris, wild rosemary Ledum palustre and swamp cranberry Oxycoccus palustris.