Ostrya carpinifolia

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Synonyms for Ostrya carpinifolia

medium-sized hop hornbeam of southern Europe and Asia Minor

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In Mount Paggeo these formations are dominated by Quercus coccifera as well as other trees and bush elements such as Acer monspessulanum, Carpinus orientalis, Fraxinus ornus, Juniperus oxycedrus, Ostrya carpinifolia, Paliurus spinachristi, Phillyrea latifolia, Pistacia terebinthus and Rhamnus alaternus, growing usually in dry and poor soils at low elevations.
However, some experimental planting has been carried out, with the addition of tree species like Ostrya carpinifolia and newly available autochthonous grasses such as Carex muricata, which have little or no horticultural record in the public gardens and parks of Barcelona.
A short stroll brings you to an ostrya carpinifolia, planted in memory of Peter and Hilary Bell and now bearing some hops, possibly the ones used in making Tetley's ale.
Hornbeam woods can be found near to Ostrya carpinifolia woods but at lower altitudes.
deciduous oak Quercus spp., hornbeam Ostrya carpinifolia, chestnut Castanea sativa, ash Fraxinus ornus and maple Acer sp.) and coniferous plantations (mostly pine Pinus nigra) with a few cultivated chestnut and old woods.
Physical and mechanical properties of European Hophornbeam (Ostrya carpinifolia Scop.) wood.
Ostrya carpinifolia Sicily in Peloritani mountains (Bartolo and Tilia & al., 1990).
However, both the grassy and woody vegetation of the central Apennines is easily distinguishable from the coenological and physiognomical impact of the amphi-Adriatic component which is due to the common paleoclimatical and paleobotanical events shared by the central Apennines and the Dynarids.The most common and physiognomically important amphi-Adriatic species in the central Apennines include there are Sesleria junci-folia, Carex kitaibeliana, Edrajanthus graminifolius, Globularia meridionalis, Drypis spinosa, Thymus striatus, Cytisus spinescens, Daphne oleoides, (etc.) for subalpine grasslands and shrublands and Carpinus orientalis, Ostrya carpinifolia, Fraxinus ornus, Quercus cerris and Quercus frainetto for hilly and submontane woodlands.