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--- UTPLANTET, registrert 2002 til inntil pr. 16.08. 2011 - og enda nokså ukomplett, rlh / Fam. Rune L. Hansen, Vinberget, Tindeland, N-5568 Vikebygd, Norge. Tlf.: 53 76 76 87. ///

(1 inch = 2,5 cm, 1 feet = 0,3 m.)

--- NB: Egne andre utplantings-lister for Malus, Pyrus og Rosa!

-- PS: Særlig mangelfull med hensyn til staudene enda.

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-- Escallonia - "At the UC Botanical Garden we grow several species of Escallonia that give off a distinct odor. I smell curry, although others smell maple syrup or black walnuts -- I guess one's perception of scent is a subjective experience. Here at the garden several species are involved, including Escallonia viscosa, E. coquimbensis and E. illinita.
   There are a number of places in Berkeley and Oakland where I pass curry- scented Escallonias, including the walk around Lake Merritt. These plants give off their scent year round and do not have to be brushed in order to elicit their odor, which I find to be the case with Helichrysum. This just might be what your readers are smelling.
Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2003/11/26/HOB38SN71.DTL#ixzz0MKWtDBNy
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-- Puru / Hageblåbær (N) / - NB! --
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-- Dianthus caryophyllus floristan / Hegenellik, havenellike, trädgårdsnejlika, tarhaneneilikka, carnation (white), gartennelke (weiss) - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne hagesenter 20.06. 2009, utplantet samme dag i Nedre kolonihagen nv hjørnet i et av bedene. - Høyde: 40 cm. Plassering: Sol. Blomstring: 6-7. Fylte, hvite blomster. -
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-- Kvede? Jeg flyttet i dag, 29.04. 2009, kvede-treet (ifra frø) nærmest den store Bålplassen (sv hjørnet), til litt sv for Hønsehusets sv hjørne. -
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Ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009:

-- Thuja / - 1 stk. oppstammet thuja, ca 2,5 m høy, ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet 17.06. 2009 ca. x m s og x m v for inngangen til eiendommen. -
-- Thuja / - 1 stk. oppstammet thuja, ca 2,5 m høy, ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet 17.06. 2009 ca. x m s og x m v for inngangen til eiendommen. -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Vitis  / drue - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Ribes nigrum Kirsten / solbær - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -
-- Ribes nigrum x / solbær - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 16.06. 2009, utplantet   -



Ifra komposten Etne hagesenter 05. 2009:

-- Sypress
-- Picea glauca Lilliput / - Flere stk. utplantet 05. 2009 i jordbær-terassen ved Hassel-hagen. Samt sør for Øvre kolonihagen. -
-- Thuja
-- Weigela    Klokkebusk / - 1 stk. utplantet 05. 2009 ca. 0, 5 m n for epletreet få m v for den store Bålplassen. -
-- Weigela    Klokkebusk / - 1 stk. utplantet 05. 2009 -
-- Rhododendron Azalea / - Liten busk? Løvfellende. Stjerneformede blomster, 5 kronblad, rosa med hvitt mest til sidene i hvert kronblad. - 1 stk. utplantet 05. 2009 ca. 2,5 m n og 2 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -
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-- Kiwi Solo / - 1 stk. utplantet ca. 08.09. 2008  - Selvfertil. -

-- Prunus Surkirsebær Sevika/ - 1 stk. kr. 365,- kjøpt Vormsund gartneri N-2160 Vormsund, utplantet ca. 03.08. 2008 noen få meter sør for Andedammen vest for Hønsehuset, innmot sørsiden av agnbøk-hekken. - Ifra merkelappen: "Middels store frukter. Gode spise bær. Modning fra midten av august. Selvbestøvende. Bind ned grenene, det gir mer frukt." - RLH, 31.05. 2009: Treet ser ut til å ha etablert seg godt og trives godt og har blomstret godt nu i mai. -
-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal E / Søtmispel (N) / - Utplantet 1 stk. 27.06. 2008 ca. 2, 5 m sør og 0, 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - 
-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal E Antagligvis. / Søtmispel (N) / - Utplantet 1 stk. 27.06. 2008 ca. 3, 5 m sør og 0, 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - 
-- Weigela middendorffiana Amur / Gullklokkebusk (N) / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 2 - 3 m. Blomstring: Store orange-gule blomster i mai - august. Solrik vokseplass. Jevnt fuktig jord, ellers nøysom. Plante-avstand: 1 - 3 m. - 1 stk. kr. 99,- kjøpt 09.05. 2008 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund. Utplantet 09.05. 2008 ca 1 m nord for Brønnens nø hjørne. -

-- Hyssop off. Aristatus / Isop (N) / Hyssop / Iisoppi / - Kjøpt 1 stk. 09.05. 2008 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund. Utplantet  -

-- Origanum vulg. Hot Spicy / Oregano (N) / Origan / Oregano / - Kjøpt 1 stk. 09.05. 2008 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund. Utplantet  -
-- Monarda Marshalls Delight / - Kjøpt 1 stk. 09.05. 2008 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund. Utplantet 09.05. 2008 ca. 8 m n og 3 m v for store gamle Plommetreet. -
-- -- Allium oreophilum / Bergløk / Rosenprydløg / Lehtolaukka / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 15 – 20 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. Rosa blomstring, hyacinth-lignende. Plante-avstand: 5 – 8 cm. Planting: IX-X, plante-dybde: 10 cm. Annet: Herdighet: - En pose med 20 løker (Br¨derna Nelsonsd) kjøpt 01.11. 2007 kr. 10,- (salg) Rema i Haugesund, utplantet - Ifra merkelappen: ”Trives best i veldrenert, noe sandblandet jord på varme og beskyttede steder, for en god tilvekst og trygg overvintring. Kan dyrkes i størstedelen av landet. Dekk gjerne marken med f. eks. tørt løv like før frost-nettene for å beskytte mot langvarig barfrost. Gi næring i forbindelse med plantingen, med f. eks. spesiell løk-gjødsel eller ben-mel. Vann ved planting. Bergløken kan spre seg med frø der den trives.” -

-- Kristin, Solbær / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Hedda, Solbær / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Ajuga reptans Burgundy Glow / Jonsok-koll (N) / Krybende Læbeløs (DK) / Rödbladig revsuga (S) / Rentoakankaali (SF) / Bugle (GB) / Günsel / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 15 cm, krypende, bunndekkende. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Primula rosea Gigas / Rosenprimula (N) / Rosenviva (S) / Rosenprimula (DK) / Himalajanesikkoi (SF) / Primrose (GB) / Rosenprimel / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 15 cm. Blomstring: IV-V. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Primula florindae / Augustprimula (N) / Sommarviva (S) / Kæmpeprimula (DK) / Kesäesikko (SF) / Giant Cowslip (GB) / Sommerprimel / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Lavendula Hidcote / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: -

-- Sitronmelisse, Hjertensfryd (N) / - 2 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: -

-- Oregano (N) / 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 25.10. 2007, utplantet 30.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: -



-- Nellik, Friland / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften, nedenfor Marmorhyllen. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: ca. 5 - 10 cm. Blomstring: III-VII. Røde blomster. Sol, evt. halvskygge. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Chrysanthemum coccineum Robinson`s Rosa / Rosenkrage (N) / Rosenkrave (DK) / Rosenkrage (S) / Pyrethrum / Bunte Margerite / Punapäivänkakkara / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 80 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Rosa blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Lavendula Munstead / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Sitronmelisse, Hjertensfryd (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Rosmarin (N) / - 2 stk. oppstammet kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet den ene 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften, mens den andre ble tatt inn i huset her og satt i nærheten av vindu imot sør. -


-- Lupinus polyphyllus Kronleuchter / Lupin (N) / Blomsterlupin / Hagelupin / Kirjolupiini / Zwerglupine / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Lys-blå blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Lupinus polyphyllus Kastellan / Lupin (N) / Blomsterlupin / Hagelupin / Kirjolupiini / Zwerglupine / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Lys-blå blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Astrantia major / Stor Stjerneskjerm / Stjerneskærm / Stjärnflocka (S) / Masterwort / Grosse Sterndolde / Isotähtiputki / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Geum chiloense Lady Stratheden / Nellikrot, Humleblomst (N) / Nellikerod (DK) / Praktnejlikrot / Avens / Nelkenwurz / Kellukka / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Gule, doble blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Solsvingen, nær ved det ene valnøtt-treet. -

-- Echinops ritro / Glatbladet Tidselkugle / Tistel / Blå Bolltistel / Globe Thistle / Siperianpollo-ohdake / Kugeldistel / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 120 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Blålig, kulerunde blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Aquilegia chrysanthea / Akeleje, Gull-akeleje (N) / Akeleie / Guldakleja / Columbine / Kulta-akileija / Akelei / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 70 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal E / Søtmispel (N) / - 14 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- pr. stk. (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 9 av de 19.10. 2007 i og ved Solsvingen. -

-- Ribes nigrum Hedda / Solbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 ca. 6? m n for Ildhusets nv hjørne, dvs. henimot den store Kristtornen. -

-- Ribes nigrum Kristin / Solbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 89,- (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 rett ovom Ildhuset. - Fra merkelappen: ”Planteavstand: 1, 5 m. Opprett vekst. Sterk mot meldugg. Store, søte bær. Riktbærende. Herdighet: H5.” -

-- Humulus lupulus Magnum / - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 18.10. 2007, utplantet 19.10. 2007 i Østkløften. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Gullige kongle-lignende hunn-blomster i mai – juni. Dekorative hånddelte blad. Trives best i halvskygge, humusrik, fuktig jord. Ca. høyde: 4 – 5 m. Pl. avst.: 0, 5 – 0, 8 m. Annet: Herdighet: H-8.” -


-- Camassia quamash / Matbjørnestjerne / Prærielilje / Tähtihyasintti / - 1 pk. med 8 stk. løker ifra Bröderna Nelsons (i Sverige) kjøpt 12.10. 2007 kr. 29,- hos Lidl i Haugesund, utplantet i Østkløften. Og 1 pakke med 8 stk. av samme slag kjøpt 18.10. 2007 Drivhuset AS (Oasen Hageland, Raglamyrvn. 1, N5535 Haugesund. Tlf.: 52 71 73 55.) kr. 21,-, utplantet - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 20 – 50 cm. Blomstring: Sol, halvskygge. Plantedybde (løkene): 12 cm. Fra merkelappen: ”Matbjørnestjerne. Trives best i veldrenert, muldrik jord som holder på fuktigheten. Kan dyrkes i store deler av landet, i det minste opp til Midt-Norge. Gi næring i forbindelse med plantingen, med for eksempel spesiell løkgjødsel eller benmel. Vann ved planting. La bladene visne (gulne og tørke) før de eventuelt tas bort. Matbjørnestjernen kan spre seg med frø der den trives. Hvis man vil unngå dette, kan blomsterstilken skjæres av. Passer fint i bedet, men også blandt busker og trær. Vakker som snittblomst.” –

-- Hemerocallis Stella de Oro / Daglilje (N) / Day lily / Daglilja / Tarhapäivänlilja / - 2 stk. kjøpt (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) 12.10. 2007 Plantasjen Haugesund, utplantet begge i Østkløften. -

-- Jostabær / Johannisbeere ”Jochelbeere” / - 1 stk. podet på oppstammet grunnstamme kjøpt kr. 129,- (minus 70 % rabatt) 12.10. 2007 Plantasjen Haugesund, utplantet i Østkløften. -

-- Satureja montana / 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- pr. stk. (minus 70 % høst-rabatt) 12.10. 2007 Plantasjen Haugesund, utplantet -

-- Fragaria vesca Alexandria / Månedsjordbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt 12.10. 2007 Plantasjen Haugesund, utplantet -

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-- Rosmarinus officinalis / Rosmarin (N) / - 4 stk. kjøpt kr. 50, - pr. stk. (minus 50% rabatt, høst-salg) 10.10. 2007 BoGrønt Vea Karmøy, utplantet i Østkløften, i og ved Marmorhyllen. -

-- Prunus quillings / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 298, - pr. stk. (minus 50% rabatt, høst-salg) 10.10. 2007 BoGrønt Vea Karmøy, utplantet -

-- Lonicera heckrottii American Beauty / Kaprifol (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet i Østkløften. - Busk, slyngplante, løvfellende. Blomstring: VI-IX. Velduftende. Sol, halvskygge. Fra merkelapp: ”Honeysuckle`s delightfully fragranced flowers make it a very popular climber. This deciduous climber must be supported (wall, fence or pergola) and trained along a lattice or wires. The plant makes few demands on soil type and will thrive both in full sunlight and in semi shade. Fully hardy. After flowering, mosr varieties produce attractive berries. It can be pruned into shape or thinned when flowering is finished.” –

-- Vaccinium corymbosum x / High-bush blueberry / Hageblåbær (N) / - 6 stk. (2 x 3) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet 06.10. 2007 i Smultringdalen. -

-- Vaccinium corymbosum Puru / Hageblåbær (N) / High-bush blueberry / - 1 stk. avbrukket kvist fått ifra Blåbærkongen 01.10. 2007, - Denne sorten, Puru, har nokså store, ekstra søte bær, på nokså stor og vid busk. Godt egnet som dessert-bær. -

-- Buddleja davidii Royal Red / Sommerfuglbusk (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet Solsvingen. -

-- Helichrysum italicum / Stråblomst / Italianolkikukka / White-leaf everlasting / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 25 cm / 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol. Annet: Hele planten sterkt duftende. Herdighet: -

-- Stachys byzantina / Ezelsoor / Wollziest / Lamb`s Ear / Oreilles d`ane / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet i Østkløften ved dammen der. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Hinnomaeki gul / Stikkelsbær (N) / - 1 stk. podet på oppstammet ca. 1 m grunnstamme, kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet i Østkløften - RLH, 02.10. 2007: Undrer på hvilken grunnstamme som er brukt? -

-- Stikkelsbær med svarte frukter / - Ca. 6 stk. gamle busker oppgravd i september 2007 (?), fått 02.10. 2007 ifra Holgeir og Irene, gamle busker ifra nabolaget hvor de nu bor. Utplantet - De sier de har fått høre at bærene skal være særlig fine til å lage vin av. -

-- Aronia mel. Moskva / - 2 stk. kjøpt 02.10. 2007 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet -

-- Satureja montana / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2007, utplantet -

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-- Mentha x / Mynte / - Rotskudd av mynte ifra elven ved Årvik-skiltet nord i Vikebygd, hentet og utplantet 30.09. 2007 i nedre Østkløften, sø hjørnet. -

-- Prunus avium Stella / Søtkirsebær (N) / - 1 stk. (podet, Colt) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 09. 2007, utplantet 28.09. 2007 få meter nord for store Kristtorn. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 18.03. 2008 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund kr. 349,- , utplantet dagen efter ca.  6, 5 m n & 2, 5 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. - Fra merkelappen: "Selvbestøvende. Mørkerøde bær. Modner i august. Bestøver alle søtkirsebær-sorter. Førsteklasses kvalitet. Herdighet: H3." - 

-- Prunus avium Burlat / - 1 stk. (1-årig) kr. 299,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 18.03. 2008, utplantet dagen efter ca. 2, 5 m vest & 4, 5 m nord for Husets nv hjørne. - 

-- Calamintha nepeta ssp. nepeta / Steentijm / Quendel Calamint / Clinopode / Mynta / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. – 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 27.09. 2007, utplantet 28.09. 2007 i nedre Østkløften, ved marmor-hyllen. -

-- Rosmarinus lavandulac. Capri / Rosmarin (N) / Rozemarijn / Romarin / Rozmaryn / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 30 cm, bunndekkende? Blomstring: III-IV. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 98,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 27.09. 2007, utplantet - Fra merkelappen: ”Garden, tub, patio and balcony plant. This lavishly flowering, strongly scented Rosemary (a member of the Lavender family) can be used as a hanging plant or for ground cover in the garden. Water copiously during the flowering period. Produces masses of blue flowers in March and April. Height 30 cm.” -

-- Gaultheria shallon / - Staude / busk. Høyde / bredde: 70 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Frukt: VII-X. Annet: Ikke beskjæring. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 27.09. 2007, utplantet 28.09. 2007 i nedre Østkløften, ikke langt unna dammen der. -

-- Aronia mel. / - 8 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 27.09. 2007, utplantet alle sammen 28.09. 2007, i området Skråningen til imot Kvedeplassen. -

q-- Amelanchier Alvdal / Søtnispel (N) / - 3 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 27.09. 2007, utplantet alle sammen 28.09. 2007, nr. 1 få meter nø for store Kristtorn, nr. 2 og 3 bortefter stien mellom Huset her og inngangen til eiendommen. Nr. 2 ca. 7 m n & 2 m v for Husets nv hjørne. Nr. 3 ca. 13 m n & 3 m v for Husets nv hjørne. -

 -- Calycanthus floridus / Common sweet shrub / Carolina allspice, Carolina Allspice, Common Sweetshrub, Eastern Sweetshrub, Sweet Bush / Calycanthe multiflore / Gewürzstrauch / Kielichowiec wonny / Specerijstruik / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 150 – 200 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Ingen beskjæring. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 27.09. 2007, utplantet 27.09. 2007 I nedre Østkløften. - PFAF: ”Synonyms: Calycanthus sterilis (Walter.) Known Hazards: Ruminants are reported to have a toxic reaction from grazing this plant [4, 222]. Range: South-eastern N. America - Virginia to Florida, west to Alberta and West Virginia. Habitat: Rich low shady woodlands[4, 43]. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 2.7m by 2m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from June to July. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Condiment. The aromatic bark is dried and used as a substitute for cinnamon [2, 11, 46, 61, 105, 161, 183]. Medicinal Uses: Disclaimer Antiperiodic; Antispasmodic; Cardiac; Disinfectant; Diuretic; Emetic; Ophthalmic; Skin. Antispasmodic, disinfectant [106, 169]. The plant contains an alkaloid that has a powerfully depressant action on the heart [4]. A fluid extract has been used as an antiperiodic [4]. A tea made from the root or bark has been used as a strong emetic and diuretic for kidney and bladder ailments [222, 257]. A cold tea has been used as eye drops in the treatment of failing eyesight [222, 257]. An ooze from the bark has been used to treat children's sores, whilst an infusion has been used to treat hives [257]. Other Uses: Repellent. Leaves contain small quantities of camphor. They can be used as an insect repellent, perfume and disinfectant [169, 257]. Cultivation details: Prefers a light loamy soil that is deep and moist but succeeds in most fertile soils[11, 182]. Requires a well-drained soil [188]. Prefers a sunny position but it tolerates shade when grown in warm temperate zones [11, 200]. Requires a sheltered position, protected from cold winds [245]. All parts of the plant are richly fragrant[182]. The flowers have a refreshing scent of ripe apples [245]. The wood, leaves and roots smell strongly of camphor, whilst the bark smells like cinnamon [245]. This species is closely related to C. mohrii [182]. A very ornamental plant, there is at least one named variety developed for its ornamental value. 'Mrs Henry Type' is a large-flowered form [182]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Propagation: Seed - best sown in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe. If the seed is harvested 'green' (as soon as it has fully developed but before it has dried on the plant) and sown immediately it can germinate in 3 weeks [113]. Dried seed germinates in 1 - 6 months at 15°c [138]. Stored seed requires between 3 weeks and 3 months cold stratification before sowing in the spring. When large enough to handle, prick out the seedlings into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for their first winter. Plant out in late spring or early summer of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame. They can be difficult [113]. Layering in spring. Sever the new plants in a wet spell of weather about 15 months later and then lift them in the autumn [78]. High percentage [78]. Division of suckers in early spring [11]. Very easy, they can be planted straight out into their permanent positions if required. Scent: Plant: Crushed Dried. The wood, leaves and roots smell strongly of camphor, whilst the bark smells like cinnamon. Flowers: Fresh. The flowers have a refreshing scent of ripe apples.” -

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-- Syringa p. ”Laciniata” / Syrin (N) / Flieder / Lilac / Lilas / Sering / - 1 stk. kjøpt 25.09. 2007 Etne Hagesenter i Etne kr. 175,- (minus 50 % høst-rabatt), utplantet - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 125 cm? (3 m?) Blolmstring: IV-V. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Herdighet: - Fra merkelapp: ”Its abundant, fragrant flowers make this lilac a very popular shrub. Prefers a sunny spot. Flowers during April and May. If necessary cut back immediately after flowering. Removing the dead flowers will promote growth” -

-- Aronia melanocarpa Hugin E / Liten svartsurbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt 25.09. 2007 Etne Hagesenter i Etne kr. 108,- (minus 50 % høst-rabatt), utplantet 26.09. 2007 ca. x m n & x m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

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-- Thuja x / - x stk. ifra ”komposten Etne Hagesenter 25.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Sypress x / - x stk. ifra ”komposten Etne Hagesenter 25.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Chaenomeles Pygmea / - x stk. ifra ”komposten Etne Hagesenter 25.09. 2007, utplantet 1 stk. sør i Smultringdalen 26.09. 2007. -

-- Leucothoe ”Zeblid” / Kiscien / Traubenheide / - 1 stk. ifra ”komposten Etne Hagesenter 25.09. 2007, utplantet - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 60 cm? Blomstring: V. Halvskygge. Annet: Fuktig, sur, veldrenert jord. Herdighet: - Fra merkelapp: ”This leucothoe can be placed in semi-shade. Flowers in May. The height of this plant is ca. 60 cm. Pruning not recommended. Deciduous.” – Utplantet 26.09. 2007 i sø enden av Øst-kløften. -

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-- Buksbom (N) / - 1 stk. fra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 2007, utplantet 09.09. 2007 i nv enden av eiendommen. –

-- Thuja occ. Danica / - 1 stk. fra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 2007, utplantet sør i Smultring-dalen 09.09. 2007. –

-- Thuja x / - Noen stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter utplantet 09.09. 2007 nedkant Øst-kløften. –

-- Sypress Elwodii? / - 1 stk i dårlig forfatning ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 09.09. 2007 i Smultringdalen, nedre avdeling, ca. 10? m n og 4? m v for japansk plommebarlind utplantet der forleden dag. –

-- Peppermynte / - Ifra få meter nord for det store gamle plommetreet, utplantet 26.09. 2007 i Smultringdalen. –

-- Sølvmynte / - Ifra nedre inngangen til Kolonihagen, utplantet 09. 2007 nederst i Østkløften. -

-- Amelanchier Alvdal / - Flere utplantet 09.09. 2007 i nedre Østkløften. Og i Smultringdalen. -

-- Aronia mel. / - Flere utplantet 09.09. 2007 i nedre Østkløften. Og flere 09. 2007 i Smultringdalen. -

-- Aronia Nero / - 1 stk. utplantet 09.09. 2007 nederst i Østkløften, imot sør – nær store steinen der. -

-- Ulmus / Alm(N) / - 1 stk. utplantet 09.09. 2007 i Østkløften, innmot bergveggen der. –

-- Sommersøt / - 1 stk. utplantet nedre Øst-kløften, noen få m sør for japansk plommebarlind utplantet der forleden dag. –

-- Timian / - 1 stk. utplantet 09.09. 2007 i Smultring-dalen. –

-- Oregano / - 2 stk. utplantet 09.09. 2007 i Smultring-dalen. –

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-- Kinesisk gressløk / - 1 stk. utplantet 08.09. 2007 ca. 10? m s for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. –

-- Hageblåbær Puru / Hageblåbær (N) / - Fikk en kvist fra denne sorten ifra Blåbærkongen 10. 2007, har lagt den i moseseng i Østkløften, hvor den skal ligge til våren og da settes i jord for å se om jeg kan få rot på den. – Denne sorten har nokså store, søte frukter. Dessert-bær. -

-- Hageblåbær Bluecrop / - 1 stk. utplantet 09.09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Bluecrop / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Patriot / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Patriot / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Northland / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Northland / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Toro / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

-- Hageblåbær Toro / - 1 stk. utplantet 09. 2007 Smultring-sletten. –

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-- Stripegress / - 2 stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter 2007, utplantet før 17.09. 2007 i Øst-kløften. -

-- Kvede / - Noen frøplanter fra 2006 og 2007 utplantet 09.09. 2007 i øvre Øst-kløften. -

-- Solbær Frøplante 2007 / - Noen frøplanter ifra 2007 utplantet i Smultring-dalen 09.09. 2007. -

-- Clianthus puniceus / - 1 stk. utplantet 09.09. 2007 nederst i Øst-kløften, ikke mange meter sør for japansk plommebarlind utplantet der forleden dag. -

-- Eupatorium purp. / - 1 stk. Utplantet 09.09. 2007 sør i nedre Øst-kløften. –

-- Salix / - Flere (også frø-planter) utplantet 09. 2007 i områdene omkring Smultringdalen. –

-- Salix / -

-- Cotoneaster Coral Beauty / - Noen eks. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter 2007, utplantet 09.09. 2007 i Smultring-dalen og Øst-kløften. –

-- Cotoneaster x / - Flere eks. ifra ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 09. 2007 i og omkring Smultringdalen. –

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-- Hedera helix Arborescens / - 4 stk. Ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter 11.09. 2007, utplantet 2 stk. i Øvre Øst-kløften. -

-- Sypress x / - Flere stk. (ca. 20?) ifra ”kompost-haugen” Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 17. og 18.09. 2007 i området øst og sør-øst for Øst-kløften. –

-- Thuja x / - Flere stk. (ca. 10?) ifra ”kompost-haugen” Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 17. og 18.09. 2007 i området øst og sør-øst for Øst-kløften. –

-- Salix x, Pil og vier / - Noen stk. jeg iallfall ikke i farten nu har navnet på, flere sorter, utplantet 17. og 18.09. 2007 sø hjørnet av Øst-kløften og videre lengre sør-øst for Øst-kløften, ned imot Snu-plassen i nedkant av Stubbe-stien. -

-- Salix x / - 1 stk. pil, podet på oppstammet stamme, utplantet nederst i Øst-kløften 12.09. 2007. -

-- Prunus x / Japansk blomster-kirsebær, ca. 5 stk. oppstammet ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter 11.09. 2007, utplantet 1 stk. før 18.09. 2007 nord for Brønnen. Og 1 stk. nederst i Øst-kløften. Og 1 stk. øverst i Øst-kløften. Og 1 stk. ved Frøydis-hytta i Kvede-sletta. Og 1 stk. nord-øst for det store gamle plomme-treet. -

-- Prunus x / Laurbærhegg podet på oppstammet x, 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter 11.09. 2007, utplantet litt før 18.09. 2007 i sø hjørnet av Øst-kløften. Kvister fremkommet ifra grunnstammen. -

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-- Rosa x / -

-- Isop / -

-- Oregano / -

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-- Ribes glandulosum / Ribes prostratum (L'Hér.) / Skunk currant / - Busk, løvfellende. Bunndekkende: Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Gimle Planteskole 31.07. 2007, utplantet i nedkant Solsvingen. - (Eirik & Hege fikk en avlegger 01.08. 2007.) - PFAF: Known Hazards: None known. Range: N. America - Newfoundland to British Columbia, south to North Carolina, Michigan and Wisconsin. Habitat: Wet woods and rocky slopes. Other Possible Synonyms: R. glandsulosum[E] R. resinosum[B,P]. Epithets: glandulosum = glandular. Systematics: Order: Rosales . Currant family. Other Range Info: Us. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 0.4 m by 1m . It is hardy to zone 2 and is not frost tender. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Edible Uses: Fruit; Tea. Fruit - raw or cooked [2, 85, 172, 257]. A blackcurrant [161], it is juicy and palatable [105]. Another report says that it has the odour of a skunk [43] and the skin has short bristly hairs [235]. The fruit is about 8 mm in diameter [200]. The stems have been used to make a bitter tea [257]. Medicinal Uses: Miscellany. A decoction of the stems, sometimes with wild red raspberry (Rubus idaeus strigosus), has been used to prevent the blood clotting after birth [257]. Other Uses: Ground cover. Can be used as a ground cover plant [182]. Cultivation details: Easily grown in a moisture retentive but well-drained loamy soil of at least moderate quality [11, 200]. Plants are quite tolerant of shade though do not fruit so well in such a position [11]. Prefers a cool moist position [182]. Hardy to about -20°c [200]. Plants come into growth very early in the year [200]. The branches are decumbent or spreading [235]. Plants can harbour a stage of 'white pine blister rust', so they should not be grown in the vicinity of pine trees [155]. Plants in this genus are notably susceptible to honey fungus [200]. The leaves have an unpleasant smell [182]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in the autumn in a cold frame. Stored seed requires 4 - 5 months cold stratification at between 0 to 9°c and should be sown as early in the year as possible [113, 64]. Under normal storage conditions the seed can remain viable for 17 years or more. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in a cold frame for their first winter, planting them out in late spring of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 10 – 15 cm with a heel, July / August in a frame [78, 113]. Cuttings of mature wood of the current year's growth, preferably with a heel of the previous year's growth, November to February in a cold frame or sheltered bed outdoors [78, 200]. Scent: Leaves: Crushed. The leaves have an unpleasant smell.” -


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-- Prinsepia sinensis / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 345,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Aronia prunifolia Nero / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy / Judastre, Judas-tre (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 398,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Clianthus puniceus / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Våren. Frukt: Annet: Fuktig jord. Herdighet: Minus 10 grader Celcius. Opprinnelse: -

-- Clethra alnifolia Hummingbird? / Summersweet Clethra (USA) / Konvallbusk, Konvall-busk (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Aronia mel. / - 4 stk. kjøpt kr. 48,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Amelanchier Alvdal / - 6 stk. kjøpt kr. 34,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Peanøtt / 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høst-salg) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Nellik / - x stk. a kr. 10,- kjøpt (høst-salg) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Oregano vulg. / - x stk. a kr. 10,- kjøpt (høst-salg) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Isop / - x stk. a kr. 10,- kjøpt (høst-salg) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Kinesisk gressløk / - 1 stk. a kr. 10,- kjøpt (høst-salg) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Rosa rugosa Alba / - 1 stk. a kr. 39,- kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høst-salg) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet -

-- Vaccinium corymbosum Bluecrop / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 06.09. 2007, utplantet - Fra merkelappen: ”Mellomstore bær med lys blå farge i august. Stor bæreevne. Solrik vokseplass. Kalkes ikke. Ca. høyde: 1, 5 m. Avstand: 1 m. Herdighet: H4.” -

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-- Aronia mel. / - 3 stk. a kr. 49,- kjøpt 03.09. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet -

-- Amelanchier Alvdal / - 2 stk. a kr. 49,- kjøpt 03.09. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet -


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-- Pepperrot / - 1 stk. utplantet i Nordkløften 22.08. 2007. –

-- Euonimus Emerald Gold? / - 1 stk. utplantet i Nordkløften 22.08. 2007. –

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-- Buxus sempervirens / Vanlig buskbom (N) / - 1 stk. ifra komkosten Etne Hagesenter 08. 2007, utplantet -

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-- Japansk plommebarlind (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.08. 2007, utplantet 22.08. 2007 i nedre flaten i Østkløften, ved midten der. -

-- Aronia mel. / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.08. 2007, utplantet 22.08. 2007 i nedre flaten i Østkløften, ved midten der, ca. 3? m v for japansk plommebarlind utplantet samme dag. -

-- Amelanchier Alvdal / - 3 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.08. 2007, utplantet -

-- Kinesisk gressløk (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.08. 2007, utplantet 22.08. 2007 i nedre flaten i Østkløften, innmot sørsiden av en noe stor stein der. -

-- Isop (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.08. 2007, utplantet -

-- Lavendel (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.08. 2007, utplantet -

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-- Løkgress (N) / - Modne frø september 2007 ifra veikanten ved familien Eirik og Hege, sådd ca. 30.08. 2007 området Nedre Østkløften. – RLH, 01.09. 2007: Staude? Ligner gress, men med duft og smak av løk. -

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-- Stachys affinis / Skruerot (N) / - Utplantet 1 stk. 19.08. 2007, i Solsvingen. -

-- Cotonesaster Coral Beauty / - 2 stk. utplantet 19.08. 2007, den ene litt vest for Ildhuset, den andre ved en Frøydis-hytte innmot en stor sten Kvedeplassen (sør for Indianerplassen). -

-- 1 stk. ferskentre fra frø 2007, utplantet 19.08. 2007 Kvedeplassen innmot bergveggen. -

-- Rosa Bekken 2007 / - 1 stk. frøplante selvsådd fra rosen nedved bekken som var her fra før av, utplantet 19.08. 2007 ca. 30 m vest for Låvebroen. Og en til der i nærheten, samme dag. Og en til utplantet 19.08. 2007 ca. 1 m vest for Ildhuset. Og en til gitt til Eirik & Hege forleden. -

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-- Hageblåbær ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter / - Utplantet 19.08. 2007 Solsvingen -

-- Gul jasmin? / - Utplantet 20.08. 2007 Solsvingen -

-- Rosa Fellowship / - Utplantet 20.08. 2007 Øvre Kolonihagen –

-- Rosa Mandarin / - Utplantet 20.08. 2007 Øvre Kolonihagen –

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-- Pølsebusk / - Utplantet 20.08. 2007

-- Søtmispel Alvdal / -

-- Valnøtt Tsjekkia Frø 2007 nr. 1a2 (N) / - Ifra Eilif Aas. Utplantet 15.08. 2007 øverst i Solsvingen, innmot bergsiden der. -

-- Valnøtt Tsjekkia Frø 2007 nr. 2a2 (N) / - Ifra Eirik, ifra Eilif Aas. Utplantet 15.08. 2007 i Solsvingen, innmor bergsiden der, ca. 10 m nedfor nr. 1a2 utplantet samme dag. –

-- Eik ifra frø 2007 / - Utplantet 15.08. 2007 øverst i Solsvingen, innmot bergsiden der. -

-- Eik ifra frø 2007 / -

-- Ribes / Krypsolbær / - Utplantet 15.08. 2007 nedkant Solsvingen, innmor bergsiden der. –

-- Sitronmelisse / - Utplantet 15.08. 2007 Indianerplassen eller Solsvingen. -

-- Hageblåbær (N) / -

-- Tranebær (N) / -

-- Hagejordbær (N) / -

-- Pølsebusk Stikling? / -

-- Klippe rosen utfor kjøkkenvinduet?

-- Solbær Frøplanter 2006 / 2007 / - 1 stk. utplantet 19.08. 2007 Solsvingen. -

-- Fersken Frøplanter 2007 / - 3 stk. utplantet 19.08. 2007 i området Kvedeplassen / Indianerplassen til Ildhuset. -

-- Ormerot / - Utplantet (fra egen stikling) 1 stk. 16.08. 2007 Kvedeplassen / Indianerplassen. Og 1 stk. der også 19.08. 2007. –

-- Ramsløk / - Noen få planter utplantet 19.08. 2007 i Nordkløften, nederst der innmot berget bakom stor stein, fuktig sted. -
-- Valurt / - Utplantet (fra frø her eller egen stikling) 1 stk. 16.08. 2007 Kvedeplassen / Indianerplassen. -
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-- Thuja occ. Tiny Tim / - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 3,5 m n og 1,5 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. - 
-- Thuja Kule Thuja Danica - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 4,5 m n og 2 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -
-- Thuja? Sypress? med rare skudd - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 6 m n og 2,5 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -
-- Thuja, liten thuja - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 4 m n for Husets nv hjørne. -
-- Thuja - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 4,5 m n og 2 m v for Husets nv hjørne. -
-- Thuja - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 8 m n og 2 m v for Husets nv hjørne. -
-- Thuja - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 4 m ø for Husets sø hjørne. -
-- Thuja - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 1 m nv for Brønnen. -
-- Thuja - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 3 m nv for Brønnen. -
-- Thuja occidentalis Golden Globe - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 20 m s for Porten, på stiens vestre side. -
-- Thuja occ. Golden Globe - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 2 m v og 5 m s for øvre Kolonihagens sv hjørne. -
-- Thuja Kule-thuja Danica - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 14 m s for Porten, på stiens vestre side. -

-- Cham. o. Pygmaea / - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 på vestre side av stien ifra Huset til porten. Ca. 3 m n for Brønnen. Dvs. ca. 17 m s for Porten, på stiens vestre side. - 
-- Cham. l. minima Glauca / - 1 stk. utplantet 01.05. 2009 ca. 1, 5 m v for Brønnen. -
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-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / - 6 stk. a kr. 34,-? kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 14.08. 2007, utplantet alle disse 6 stk. 19.08. 2007 i stien fra vest for Snekkerbua oppover. -
-- Aronia Moskva / - 6 stk. a kr. 25,- kjøpt kr. 40,- pr. stk. BoGrønt Flyplassveien Karmøy 14.08. 2007, utplantet samme kveld øverst i Stubbestien. -
-- Pelargonium graveolens / Sitron- (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 40,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 14.08. 2007, -
q-- Calamintha grandiflora / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: Annet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 14.08. 2007, utplantet 19.08. 2007 sør for Snekkerbua. -

q-- Rudbeckia occidentalis Green Wizard / Solhatt (N) / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. Herdighet: Annet: Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 14.08. 2007, utplantet 19.08. 2007 sør for Snekkerbua. -

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-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / - 6 stk. a kr. 25,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund ca. 07.08. 2007, utplantet nr. 1 – 4 ca. 09.08. 2007, to av disse (nr. 1 og 2) på stien opp til Stubbetoppen og de to andre (nr. 3 og 4) i Urtesteingarden. Nr. 5 utplantet 14.08. 2007 sv-enden av komposten. Og nr. 6 utplantet 14.08. 2007 sv-siden av agnbøk-hekken utenfor Gudmund-dammen. -

-- Pinus peuce / Silkefuru (N) / - 3 stk. utplantet - 


------ Ifra Eirik & Hege ca. 01.08. 2007:

nr. 1 -- Salix Rød belgier / -
nr. 2 -- Salix Bleu / Salix purpurea x Salix daphnoides / -
nr. 3 -- Salix viminalis Engelsk / -
nr. 4 -- Salix Black Maul (Triandra-gruppen) / -
nr. 5 -- Salix nr. 5? Eller Salix ifra Åse Lygrepollen?
nr. 6 -- Salix ifra Åse Lygrepollen.
nr. 7 -- Salix Vier av noe slag – ifra Åse Lygrepollen?
nr. 8 -- Salix ifra Åse Lygrepollen. 

   Eirik forteller 11.08. 2007 at to av sortene ifra Åse trolig er Salix Karl Jensen (grønnmatt, Salix purpurea tennifolia) og Salix Amerikaner.
--- RLH, 01.05. 2009: Utplantet i dag antagligvis overstående nr. 1, 2 og 4 pluss en til (med lange blader, nr. 5, 6, 7, 8?) bortved Hønsehuset, på rekke med ca. 0, 5 - 1 m avstand ifra hverandre retning sør nord. Sjekkes nærmere. 3 eks. (vø) av nr. 1. 
   Nr. 3 samme dag, 01.05. 2009, utplantet ca. 2 m s og 2 m v for agnbøk-hekkens vestre hjørne (ved ande-dammen).
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-- Cichorium intybus / Sikori (N) / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: VII-IX. Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: - 1 stk. utplantet 09.08. 2007 ca. 5 m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Fagus Frøplante 1 rlh 2006 / - Spiret her hjemme fra frø ifra blodbøk og kanskje vanlig bøk, utplantet 09.08. 2007 ved nø enden til foten til Vinberget, dvs. vest for inngangspartiet til eiendommen her. Der omkring 4 – 5 meter ifra nabo-gjerdet. – Stort tre, løvfelende. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Annet: Løv, spring og fall: Herdighet: -

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------- Salix – pil-sorter, Steinstø 01.08. 2007 rlh:

-- Salix x? nr. 1-01.08. 2007 rlh / -

-- Salix x? nr. 2-01.08. 2007 rlh / -

-- Salix x? nr. 3-01.08. 2007 rlh / -

-- Salix x? nr. 4-01.08. 2007 rlh / -

-- Salix x? nr. 5-01.08. 2007 rlh / -


-- Salix x? nr. 6-01.08. 2007 rlh (ifra Åse) / -

-- Salix x? nr. 7-01.08. 2007 rlh (ifra Åse) / -

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------- Hardanger-kirsebær & Plomme-sorter, Steinstø 01.08. 2007, rlh:

-- Prunus 1- rlh, 01.08. 2007 – Early Rivers? / -

-- Prunus 2- rlh, 01.08. 2007 – Gul Reine Cloude? / -

-- Prunus 3- rlh, 01.08. 2007 – Grønn Reine Cloude? / -

-- Prunus 4- rlh, 01.08. 2007 – Prunus x? Hardanger-kirsebær / Hardanger-kirsebær, Hardangerkirsebær, Frostabær, Frosta-bær (N) / -

-- Prunus Veikant 1 Steinstø 01.08. 2007 rlh / - Plomme? 1 stk. ifra veikanten Steinstø ca. 01.08. 2007, satt i potte helt i vestlige enden av Nedre Drivhuset. -

-- Prunus Veikant 2 Steinstø 01.08. 2007 rlh / - Plomme? 1 stk. ifra veikanten Steinstø ca. 01.08. 2007, satt i potte helt i vestlige enden av Nedre Drivhuset. -

-- Rosa x1? / -

-- Rosa x2? / -

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-- Juglians regia Tsjekkia / - Ifra frø spiret våren 2007, 1 eks. ifra Eirik & Hege (ifra Eilif), utplantet -

q-- Stewartia pseudocamellia var. Walleua? / Japanese Stewartia / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 385,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg ca. 27.07. 2007, utplantet 10.08. 2007 ca. - Tre, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Frukt / frø: Herdighet: Annet: -

q-- Eupatorium maculatum Atropurpurea / Flekkhjortetrøst (N) / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 50 – 200 cm. Blomstring: Rosa blomster. VIII-X. Frukt / frø: Herdighet: Annet: - 1 stk. kr. 50,-? (fra Ljono Stauder, N-5730 Ulvik, Norge. www.ljono.no ) kjøpt Gimle Planteskole ca. 31.07. 2007, utplantet 10.08. 2007 bortved sølvpil nø for Brønnen, inntil veikanten. -

- Shepherdia argentea / Bøffelbær (N) / - 2 stk. (av ukjent kjønn) kjøpt kr. Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold ca. 27.07. 2007, utplantet - Løvtre, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 5 – 10 m. Blomstring: IV-V. Frukt / frø: Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Tasmania aromatica / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. x Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold ca. 27.07. 2007, det ene eks. utplantet 09.08. 2007 i området i den nordøstre ende av øvre foten til Vinberget. Det andre eks. utplantet hos Eirik & Hege ca. 01.08. 2007. - Løvtre. Høyde / bredde: 5 – 10 m. Blomstring: IV-V. Frukt / frø: Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Vitis Zilga / - 1 stk. i gave (egentlig kr. 185,-) fra Gimle Planteskole 31.07. 2007, utplantet hos Eirik & Hege 01.08. 2007 innmot midten av Fjøset. -

q-- Amelanchier laevis Ballerina / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. x Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold ca. 27.07. 2007, utplantet Det andre eks. til Eirik & Hege, utplantet 05.08. 2007 sø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - Løvtre, busk. Høyde / bredde: 5 – 8 m. Blomstring: IV-V. Frukt / frø: Herdighet: Annet: -

q-- Althaea officinalis / Legestokkrose (N) / - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 130 cm. Blomstring: Hvitrosa blomster. VIII-IX. – 1 stk. ca. kr. 50,- (fra Kari O. Opedal, N-5780 Kinsarvik, Norge. Tlf. 53 66 35 18 & 930 69 803.) kjøpt Bo Grønt Øystese ca. 31.07. 2007, utplantet 05.08. 2007 ca. 8?m sør for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

q-- Inula helenium / Alantrot (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 50,- kr. Bo Grønt Øystese 31.07. 2007, utplantet 09.08. 2007 -

-- Salvia elegans / Salvia rutilans / Pineapple sage (GB) / Ananassalvie, Ananas-salvie (N) / - Staude. Eviggrønn. Høyde: inntil 90 – 100 cm. Blomstring: III-V. Bladverk: Velduftende. Ananas-duftende. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt ifra Eirik & Hege ca. 31.07. 2007, utplantet -

-- Angelica gigas / Engelwurz / - Staude. høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. – 2 stk. kjøpt (kr. 50,-?) Gimle Planteskole 31.07. 2007, utplantet 10.08. 2007 bortved Brønnen. -


-- Cornus mas Tricolor / Kirsebær-kornell, Vårkornell (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 248, - Gimle Planteskole 31.07. 2007, utplantet 05.08. 2007 innmot nv enden av Trampolinen bortved Hønsehuset. - Busk / tre, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Corylus avellana Halleske Kæmpe / Vanlig hassel, Hasselnøtt (N) / European Filbert / Common Filbert / European Hazel / Hazel / Avellano / Corcscrew Hazel / Hazelaar / Koyunfindigi / Leptokaryon / - Busk / tre, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: ”Skal bestøves.” Frukt: ”Storfruktet hasselnøtt. Stor, kegleformet tykskallet nød. Herdighet: Annet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 248, - Gimle Planteskole 31.07. 2007, utplantet 05.08. 2007 få m øst for Tyrkerhasselen nederst i Hasselnøtthagen. -


-- Ribes glandulosum / Ribes prostratum (L'Hér.) / Skunk currant / - Busk, løvfellende. Bunndekkende: Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Gimle Planteskole 31.07. 2007, utplantet - (Eirik & Hege fikk en avlegger 01.08. 2007.) - PFAF: Known Hazards: None known. Range: N. America - Newfoundland to British Columbia, south to North Carolina, Michigan and Wisconsin. Habitat: Wet woods and rocky slopes. Other Possible Synonyms: R. glandsulosum[E] R. resinosum[B,P]. Epithets: glandulosum = glandular. Systematics: Order: Rosales . Currant family. Other Range Info: Us. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 0.4 m by 1m . It is hardy to zone 2 and is not frost tender. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Edible Uses: Fruit; Tea. Fruit - raw or cooked [2, 85, 172, 257]. A blackcurrant [161], it is juicy and palatable [105]. Another report says that it has the odour of a skunk [43] and the skin has short bristly hairs [235]. The fruit is about 8mm in diameter [200]. The stems have been used to make a bitter tea [257]. Medicinal Uses: Miscellany. A decoction of the stems, sometimes with wild red raspberry (Rubus idaeus strigosus), has been used to prevent the blood clotting after birth [257]. Other Uses: Ground cover. Can be used as a ground cover plant [182]. Cultivation details: Easily grown in a moisture retentive but well-drained loamy soil of at least moderate quality [11, 200]. Plants are quite tolerant of shade though do not fruit so well in such a position [11]. Prefers a cool moist position [182]. Hardy to about -20°c [200]. Plants come into growth very early in the year [200]. The branches are decumbent or spreading [235]. Plants can harbour a stage of 'white pine blister rust', so they should not be grown in the vicinity of pine trees [155]. Plants in this genus are notably susceptible to honey fungus [200]. The leaves have an unpleasant smell [182]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in the autumn in a cold frame. Stored seed requires 4 - 5 months cold stratification at between 0 to 9°c and should be sown as early in the year as possible [113, 64]. Under normal storage conditions the seed can remain viable for 17 years or more. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in a cold frame for their first winter, planting them out in late spring of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 10 – 15 cm with a heel, July / August in a frame [78, 113]. Cuttings of mature wood of the current year's growth, preferably with a heel of the previous year's growth, November to February in a cold frame or sheltered bed outdoors [78, 200]. Scent: Leaves: Crushed. The leaves have an unpleasant smell.” -

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-- Chamaecyparis laws. Ellwoodii / - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 25.07. 2007 -

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--- Stevia / Sukkerbusk (N) / - 2 stk. a kr. 29,- kjøpt 21.07. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet -

-- Caryopteris x clandonensis Heavenly Blue / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VIII-X. Sol, halvskygge. Beskjæring: III. Annet: Velduftende bladverk, lavendel-duftende. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. ca. 30,-? Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 ca. 3 m n & 3 m v for Husets nv hjørne. Rett nedfor Rosa mundi. -

-- Campsis tagliabuana Mme Galen / Campsis Mad. Galen / Trumpet Creeper / Trompetenblume / Trompetbloem / Bignone de Chine / - 1 stk. kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 21. & 22.07. 2007 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 3? m s for nv hjørnet. - Busk, klatrende, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 600 cm. Blomstring: Trumpet-formede. Rød-oranskje. VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Frukt: Herdighet: Veldig bra. Beskjæring: Når nødvendig. Annet: -

-- Satureja montana / Vintersar, Vinter-sar, Bakkemynte (N) / Winter savory / Talvikynteli / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 vest-enden i bedet sørsiden Øvre Drivhuset. - Staude. Høyde / bredde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VIII-X. Sol.

-- Actinidia deliciosa Boskoop / - 1 stk. kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 ca. 10? m v for Ildhuset, innmot bergveggen der. - Selvbestøvende. Busk, klatrende, løvfellende. Høyde / bredde: 10 m. Blomstring: VII. Sol, halvskygge. Frukt: Beskjæring: Når nødvendig. Herdighet: Veldig bra. Annet: -

q-- Ribes nigrum Narve Viking / Solbær (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 129,- kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 ca. 3 m n for Husets nv hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: ”Norsk sort, svært høy avling. Spesielt rik på C-vitaminer. Opprett vekst. Mye bær i ung alder. Herdighet: H6.” -

-- Rubus allegheniensis Sonja / Bjørnebær Sonja (N) / - Busk, løvfellende. Torner. Høyde / bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Gir søte, svarte bær på fjorårsskudd. Herdighet: H4. Annet: - 1 stk. kr. 169,- kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 ca. 15 m v & 1 m n for Snekkerbuas inngangs-dør. Innmot bergsprekk der, litt nord for bakerste kastanje-treet. - Fra merkelapp: ”Herdig nyhet fra Russland. Gir søte, svarte bær på fjorårs-skudd. Torner. H4.” -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / - 6 stk. a kr. 34,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 21.07. 2007, utplantet -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / - 3 stk. a kr. 39,- kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 21. & 22.07. 2007 -

-- Amelanchier spicata Moelv / - 3 stk. a kr. 39,- kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 -

-- Aronia m. Moskva / - 3 stk. a kr. 39,- kjøpt Oasen Hageland Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 21.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 to av de, 1:3 og 2:3 3:3 -

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-- Pelargonia x Concolor Lace (Filbert) / Duftpelargonia, Duft-.pelargonium (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt 19.07. 2007 kr. 39,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, satt i vinduskarmen nordsiden i Huset - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Annet: Velduftende bladverk. Herdighet: -

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-- Arachis hypogaea / Peanøtt-plante (N) / Peanuts Plant / - 2 stk. a kr. 149,- kjøpt 19.07. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, ompottes 22.07. 2007 av Trude og satt i Øvre Drivhuset. - Fra merkelappen: “Blomsten holder seg åpnet i 1 dag, hvorefter den visner ned, herefter dannes arveanleggene, og 1 – 2 uker efter vokser en ”rot” ned i jorden, hvor selve jordnøtten vokser ferdig. Plassering: Så lyst og varmt som mulig, gjerne i drivhus eller utestue. Temperatur: 25 til 28 grader Celsius. Vanning: I vekst-perioden skaal planten holdes fuktig. Jordnøtt-planten må ikke tørre ut, den er meget tørstig. Gjødning: Gjødes en til to ganger om uken i vekst-perioden. Sesong: Jordnøtterne dannes under planten i september. Eventuelt kan planten pottes i en større potte for større utbytte. Nøtterne innsamles i oktober og skal tørre i 2 til 3 uker efter høst før de er klar til spisning.” – PFAF: ” Physical Characteristics: Annual growing to 0.3m. It is hardy to zone 8 and is frost tender. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. The plant is self-fertile. It can fix Nitrogen. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very acid and very alkaline soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Cultivated Beds. Cultivar 'Spanish': Cultivated Beds. Cultivar 'Early Spanish': Cultivated Beds. Edible Uses: Coffee; Leaves; Oil; Seed; Seedpod. Seed - raw, cooked or ground into a powder. Peanuts are a staple food in many tropical zones and are widely exported to temperate area of the world. The seeds have a delicious nutty flavour and can be eaten on their own either raw or roasted [K]. The seeds are commonly ground up and used as peanut butter in sandwiches etc [269]. They can also be cooked in a variety of dishes and are also ground into a powder when they can be used with cereals to greatly improve the protein content of breads, cakes etc [K]. The seed is very rich in protein and oil, it is also a good source of minerals and vitamins, especially the B complex [200]. A nutritional analysis is available [218]. A non-drying edible oil is obtained from the seed [200]. This is one of the most commonly used edible oils is the world. It is similar in composition to olive oil and is often used in cooking, making margarines, salad oils etc [200]. The oilseed cake is said to be a good source of arginine and glutamic acid, used in treating mental deficiencies [269]. The roasted seed makes an excellent coffee substitute [7, 269]. Young pods may be consumed as a vegetable [269]. Young leaves and tips are suitable as a cooked green vegetable [269]. Javanese use the tips for lablab, and germinating seeds to make toge [269]. Composition: Seed (Fresh weight) In grammes per 100 g weight of food: Water: 13 Calories: 500 Protein: 29 Fat: 45 Carbohydrate: 15 Fibre: 2.7 Ash: 2.5 In milligrammes per 100g weight of food: Calcium: 49 Phosphorus: 409 Iron: 3.8 VitaminA: 15 Thiamine: 0.79 Riboflavin: 0.14 Niacin: 15.5 VitaminC: 1 Source: [218] Notes: The figures given here are the median figures of those quoted in the report. Medicinal Uses: Aperient; Demulcent; Emollient; Pectoral. The oil from the seed is aperient, demulcent, emollient and pectoral [218]. The seed is used mainly as a nutritive food [268]. The seeds have been used in folk medicine as an anti-inflammatory, aphrodisiac and decoagulant [269]. Peanuts play a small role in various folk pharmacopoeias. In China the nuts are considered demulcent, pectoral, and peptic; the oil aperient and emollient, taken internally in milk for treating gonorrhoea, externally for treating rheumatism [269]. In Zimbabwe the peanut is used in folk remedies for plantar warts. Haemostatic and vasoconstrictor activity are reported. The alcoholic extract is said to affect isolated smooth muscles and frog hearts like acetylcholine. The alcoholic lipoid fraction of the seed is said to prevent haemophiliac tendencies and for the treatment of some blood disorders (mucorrhagia and arthritic haemorrhages) in haemophilia [269]. We have a more details factsheet on nutritional and health benifits of this plant. Email webmaster@pfaf.org for details. Other Uses: Biomass; Oil. The seeds yield a non-drying oil that has a wide range of uses including the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, soaps, cold creams, pomades and lubricants, paints, emulsions for insect control, and fuel for diesel engines [268, 269]. Peanut hulls are used for furfural, fuel, as a filler for fertilizers or for sweeping compounds [269]. Cultivation details: Prefers a light humus-rich well-drained soil in a warm sunny sheltered position, though it will tolerate heavier soils [200, 269]. Plants prefer hot dry conditions when the crop is ripening [200]. Peanuts are quite tolerant of acid soils, and aluminium, requiring a minimum of lime for acceptable yields [269]. Tolerates a pH in the range 4.3 to 8.7 [269]. Plants are not frost-hardy and most cultivars require too long a growing season to make them a viable crop in Britain. Some cultivars, however (listed below), have a shorter growing season and are worthy of more research in this country [K]. The peanut is widely cultivated in the tropics and sub-tropics for its edible seed and oil contained in the seed, there are many named varieties [200]. It grows best between latitudes 40° south and 40° north [200]. Yields average about 1 tonne of unshelled nuts per hectare, about 80% of this weight is edible seeds (erect forms) and 60 - 75% (running forms) [200]. Crops can be grown at further distances from the equator but yields are likely to be poor [200]. There are three main groups of cultivars:- 'Virginia' has large seeds, 'Valencia' has four seeds per pod and 'Spanish' has the smallest seeds [200]. There are running and erect forms in each group [200]. The erect forms mature more quickly and are therefore more likely to succeed in colder areas [200]. 'Early Spanish' matures in 105 days and has cropped reliably as far north as Canada [183]. 'Spanish' matures in 110 days and crops in Canada if grown in a light sandy soil with southern exposure [183]. Plants are, in general, self-pollinating, though occasional outcrossing by bees occurs [269]. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby [200]. When removing plant remains at the end of the growing season, it is best to only remove the aerial parts of the plant, leaving the roots in the ground to decay and release their nitrogen. Propagation: Seed - pre-soak for 12 hours in warm water and sow the seed in mid spring in a warm greenhouse. Germination should take place within 2 weeks. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots of fairly rich soil and grow them on fast, planting them out after the last expected frosts and giving them some protection (such as a cloche) until they have settled down and are growing well. Cultivars: 'Spanish' The well-filled pods contain 2 - 3 small, sweet, reddish-brown kernels [183]. Of compact, upright growth habit, it is rapid-growing and heavy bearing [183]. It matures a crop in 110 days from sowing and crops in Canada if grown in a light sandy soil with southern exposure[183]. It does therefore have some potential in Britain [K]. 'Early Spanish' The plant produces small, sweet kernels of fine quality and flavour[183]. The small, solid, well-filled kernels contain 2 - 3 seeds [183]. An upright, compact, heavy-yielding plant, it is easy to grow and very early maturing, producing a crop in 105 days from seed[183]. It has cropped reliably as far north as Canada [183], and does therefore have some potential in Britain [K].” -

-- Rosa Shropshire Lass (Austin 1968) / - 1 stk. a kr. 148,- kjøpt 19.07. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet utenfor sørsiden av sørsidens inngjerding til Øvre Drivhuset. Sv enden. - Fra merkelappen: ”Buskrose / Klatrerose med kraftig vekst. Blomstene er meget store og fylte. Fargen er svak rosa til hvit, og duftende. Får mange og store nyper. Engangs-blomstrende, men blomstrer rikt og lenge fra juni til august. Sterk mot sopp-sykdommer. H6.” -

q-- Argyrocytisus battandieri / Marokkansk gyvel (N) / - 1 stk. a kr. 249,- kjøpt 19.07. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet i Øvre Kolonihagen -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / Søtmispel (N) / - 3 stk. a kr. 34,- kjøpt 19.07. 2007 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet 22.07. 2007 ved Trampolinen sør for Nedre Kolonihagen. - Fra merkelappen: ”Opprett vekst med hvite blomster i juni – juli. Svarte frukter i september. Fin høstfarge. Tåler skygge. Hardfør og god til le og hekk. Planteavstand hekk: 0, 3 – 0, 5 m. Høyde: ca. 2 – 3 m. Herdighet: H8.” -

-- Feltsalat / - Potte med noen planter kjøpt 19.07. 2007 kr. 29,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet -

-- Stevia / Sukkerbusk (N) / - 2 stk. potte med plante kjøpt 19.07. 2007 kr. 29,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet Den andre -

-- Fragaria x, jordbær / - Remonterende sort. Røde blomster. - Potte med plante kjøpt 19.07. 2007 kr. 49,- Oasen Haugesund, potten satt på blå tønne vestsiden av Huset her. -

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-- Polygonum amplex. / - Staude. Høyde: 120 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Halvskygge. Røde blomster. – 1 stk. kr. 45,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 07.07. 2007, utplantet 22.07. 2007 -

-- Fragaria Jordbær / - 1 stk. med rosa blomster kr. 40,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 07.07. 2007, potten satt på blå tønne vestsiden av Huset her. -

-- Vitis Zilga / Vinplante, drue, blå frukter / - 1 stk. kr. 120,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 07.07. 2007, utplantet 13.07. 2007 litt v (ca. 5 m) for Øvre Kolonihagen, innmot nordre steinmuren (ca. 1, 5 m ifra). -

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-- Prunus x / Laurbærhegg? / - Ifra komposthaugen Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 16.07. 2007 på steinmurkanten nø enden av eiendommen, rett ovenfor den nordligste av de to keiserlind-trærne. –

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-- Pølsebusk / - Spiret fra forsommeren 2007, står inntil videre i potte inntil vestsiden av Øvre Drivhuset. -


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-- Juglians regia Karpaticum Tsjekkia / Valnøtt (N) / - 1 stk. spiret 2007 ifra frø, fra Karpatia, Tsjekkia, ifra Eilif Aas 01.07. 2007, foreløbig satt i potten sin øverst i inngjerdingen på nordsiden av Øvre Drivhuset. - utplantet - Tre, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: -


-- Polymnia edulis / Polymnia sonchifolia / Yacon / Jåkon, Fiolett (N) / - 6? stk. ifra ved landsbyen Kångar i Ankasj i Peru 2006 Eilif Aas 01.07. 2007, utplantet, 03.07. 2007, 1 av 6 i Midtre Kolonihagen nv enden, hvor alrune ble plantet men samtidig i dag flyttet til potte i Øvre Drivhuset. Nr. 2 og 3 av 6 utplantet 03.07. 2007 i Nedre Kolonihagen i Drivbenk. - Staude. Frost-ømfintlig. Høyde: 100 cm. Bredde: 60 cm. Blomstring: Frukt: Annet: Herdighet: - ”Kan kultiveres på lignende vis som potet, men trenger 6 – 7 måneder vokse-sesong og er derfor best å starte i potter i drivhus tidlig på våren og derefter plantes ut når faren for frost ikke er mere. En hurtig-voksende og lettstelt plante, som trenger varm og lang vekst-sesong, men stiller lite krav til jorden – men som dog gir mere avling i jord av bra kvalitet. Den tåler ikke frost og er vanskelig å overvintre.” –

-- Polymnia edulis (Smallanthus sonchifolius ((Poepp.&Endl.)H.Rob.), Polymnia sonchifolia (Poepp.&Endl.) / Yacon / Yacon strawberry / - PFAF: “Perennial growing to 1m by 0.6 m at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 8 and is frost tender. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness.” -

-- Oxalis tuberosa / Oka, Åka (N) / - 12 stk. ifra Eilif Aas 01.07. 2007, utplantet 02.07. 2007 noen, 1 av 6 - Tilsammen 4 sorter ifra Eilif nu, som har de fra Owen Smith i England 2006. Tre stk. av den ene sorten, den som er rosa og hvit – nederst til høyre på bildet side 16 i Sjølbergern nr. 28. Og en eller tre? planter av hver av de tre andre sortene på bildet. -

-- Chenopodium capitatum / Blitum capitatum (L.) / Strawberry Blite, Strawberry-blite, Strawberry spinath, Bete berry, Blite Goosefoot / Jordbær-bete, Jordbær-melde (N) / - Flere stk. utplantet 02.07. 2007 i Nedre Drivhuset, innmot mais-planter der, og andre steder der omkring. – 1-årig. Høyde: 60 cm. Bredde: 60 cm. Blomstring: Frukt: Mye jordbær-lignende frukter, søte og gode. Herdighet: Annet: - PFAF: Chenopodium capitatum – Range: Europe. A rare casual in Britain [17]. Habitat: Rubbish tips etc in Britain [17]. Epithets: capitatum = with a head. Known Hazards: The leaves and seeds of all members of this genus are more or less edible. However, many of the species in this genus contain saponins, though usually in quantities too small to do any harm. Although toxic, saponins are poorly absorbed by the body and most pass straight through without any problem. They are also broken down to a large extent in the cooking process. Saponins are found in many foods, such as some beans. Saponins are much more toxic to some creatures, such as fish, and hunting tribes have traditionally put large quantities of them in streams, lakes etc in order to stupefy or kill the fish [K]. The plants also contain some oxalic acid, which in large quantities can lock up some of the nutrients in the food. However, even considering this, they are very nutritious vegetables in reasonable quantities. Cooking the plants will reduce their content of oxalic acid. People with a tendency to rheumatism, arthritis, gout, kidney stones or hyperacidity should take especial caution if including this plant in their diet since it can aggravate their condition [238]. Physical Characteristics: Annual growing to 0. 6 m. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from July to August, and the seeds ripen from August to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Cultivated Beds. Edible Uses: Colouring; Fruit; Leaves; Seed. Leaves - raw or cooked [27, 106]. Used like spinach [2], they are a good source of vitamins C and A [257]. The young leaves are best [85, 172, 183]. Poor quality [74]. The raw leaves have been used in salad mixtures [257], but should only be eaten in small quantities, see the notes above on toxicity. Fruit - raw or cooked [2, 27, 172]. An insipid but sweet flavour [85], they can be added to salads [183]. The fruit is about 12 mm in diameter [200]. A red food colouring can be obtained from the fruit [74, 99, 172, 183]. Seed - cooked. It can be ground into a meal and mixed with cereal flours in making bread etc [161, 172]. The seed is small and fiddly, it should be soaked in water overnight and thoroughly rinsed before it is used in order to remove any saponins. Medicinal Uses: Antiphlogistic; Pectoral. The plant has been used as a lotion for treating black eyes and head bruises [257]. The juice of the seeds and an infusion of the plant has been used to treat lung congestion [257]. Other Uses: Dye. Gold / green dyes can be obtained from the whole plant [168]. A red dye is obtained from the fruit, it is used in cosmetics and as a paint [46, 257]. Cultivation details: An easily grown plant, succeeding in most soils but disliking shade [1, 200]. It prefers a moderately fertile soil [200]. A very ornamental plant [74], strawberry blite has at times been cultivated for its edible leaves [61]. Propagation: Seed - sow spring in situ. Most of the seed usually germinates within a few days of sowing.” -


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-- Apios americana / American Groundnut, Ground nut / Amerikansk jordnøtt (N) / - 3 stk. ifra Eilif Aas 01.07. 2007, utplantet en av de i vestenden av bedet på sørsiden av Øvre Drivhuset. De to andre står foreløbig i pottene sine i Øvre Drivhuset. - Staude. Høyde: opptil 150 cm. Bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Annet: Herdighet: - Staude. Slyngplante, belgvekst. PFAF: “Apios americana. Common name: Ground nut. Family: Leguminosae. Author: Medik. Botanical references: 43, 200. Synonyms: Apios tuberosa (Moench.) Known Hazards: None known. Range: N. America - Pennsylvania. Occasionally naturalized in S. Europe [50]. Habitat: Usually found in low damp bottomland or riparian woods and thickets, it is also often found round ancient Indian campsites [43, 62, 269]. Plants For A Future Rating (1-5): 5. Other Possible Synonyms: From various places across the web, may not be correct. A. americana var. turrigera [B,P] Glycine apios [B,P] Other Common Names: From various places around the Web, may not be correct. Earthnut [E ], Groundnut [H,P,B ]. Epithets: From a Dictionary of Botanical Epithets cana = grayed due to hairs. Systematics: From a UDSA Plants Database Order: Fabales . Renamed to Fabaceae -- Pea family. Other Range Info: From the Ethnobotany Database Us. Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1.2 m. It is hardy to zone 3. It is in leaf from April to November, in flower from June to September. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. It can fix Nitrogen. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge. Cultivar 'LA85 Series': Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge. Edible Uses: Root; Seed; Seedpod. Tuber - raw or cooked [1, 2, 27, 55, 62, 63]. A delicious flavour somewhat like roasted sweet potatoes, it always receives very high marks in taste trials with us [K]. The tuber can also be dried and ground into a powder then used as a thickening in soups etc or can be added to cereal flours when making bread [132, 257]. Tubers contain 17% crude protein, this is more than 3 times that found in potatoes [183]. The tubers can be harvested in their first year but they take 2 - 3 years to become a sizeable crop [160]. They can be harvested at any time of the year but are at their best in the autumn [160]. The tubers can also be harvested in the autumn and will store until at least the spring [K]. Yields of 2.3 kilos of tubers per plant have been achieved [222]. Seed – cooked [62]. Rather small and not produced very freely [K], they are used like peas and beans [183, 213]. A good source of protein, they can be ground into a powder and added to cereals when making bread etc [257]. Young seedpods [55, 62, 95, 177]. Composition: Root (Fresh weight). In grammes per 100g weight of food: Protein: 17. Medicinal Uses: The tubers were used in folk remedies for that cancerous condition known as "Proud Flesh" in New England. Nuts were boiled and made into a plaster, "For to eat out the proud flesh they (the Indians) take a kind of earth nut boyled and stamped" [269]. Other Uses: Latex. There is one report that the plant contains a latex which could be used in the production of rubber [269]. Cultivation details: Prefers a light rich soil and a sunny position [1, 27]. When grown in a warm dry situation in a well-drained sandy soil, the plants will be long lived with the tuberous roots increasing in size and number each year [245]. Another report says that the plant prefers light dappled shade [200]. It tolerates acid soils [160]. Dislikes windy situations [K]. Groundnut is reported to tolerate an annual precipitation in the range of 97 to 117cm, an average annual temperature range of 9.9 to 20.3°C and a pH in the range of 4.5 to 7.0 [269]. It tolerates a range of climatic conditions and produces well in cool temperate zones as well as the subtropical conditions of South Florida [269]. Whilst most reports suggest that this species should be cold hardy in all parts of Britain, one report says that the plants may require protection in severe winters [134]. The groundnut has occasionally been cultivated for its edible root and has the potential to become a commercial crop [95, 183]. Cultivars have been selected in the past for higher yields and larger tubers, it is said that the yields from some of these cultivars can rival potato crops [95, 183]. Some of these cultivars are gradually becoming available in Britain [K]. The best yields are obtained when the plant is left in the ground for at least two growing seasons. Yields of 30 tonnes per hectare have been achieved from weed crops growing in a field of cranberries [269]. This species has been grown in the past in S. Europe [46, 50] and has been suggested as a nitrogen-fixing edible ornamental for permaculturalists [222]. The plant forms long thin roots which enlarge at intervals along their length to form the tubers, the effect is somewhat like a necklace [K]. Plants can be invasive once they are established [200] and have become a weed of cultivated cranberry crops in N. America [269]. A climbing plant, twining around the thin branches of other plants for support [K]. The flowers have a scent of violets [245]. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby [200]. Propagation: Seed - pre-soak for 3 hours in tepid water and sow February / March in a cold frame. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months at 15°c [134]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse for their first winter, planting them out in late spring or early summer. Division can be carried out at almost any time of the year, though spring is probably the best time. Simply dig up the roots, harvest the tubers and replant them where you want the plants to grow. It is also possible to harvest the tuber in winter, store them in a cool fairly dry but frost-free place over the winter and then plant them out in the spring. The tubers lose moisture rapidly once they have been harvested, so make sure that you store them in a damp medium such as leafmold. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The flowers have a scent of violets. Cultivars: 'LA85 Series' There has been considerable research at Louisiana State University into the potential of this plant as a commercial root crop. There are several cultivars that might be released for trial soon (this entry is dated 1990) [183].” -

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Readers Comments:

American groundnuts (apios americana)

ivy Mon Jul 23 02:41:52 2001

I am interested in a herb named American groundnuts (apios americana). It also called wild patato or wild bean. The tubers of this plant has a very delicious taste. Do you have tubers of this plant for sale. Please contact me at tuantuanchu@usa.net. Thank you!

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Tue Nov 20 15:25:42 2001

You can order apios from Future Foods, www.futurefoods.com. This is a marvellous little company, I have bought from them for years. their catalogs are a little work of art, in my opinion. the apios is the nicest tasting of the various alternative roots I grow (yacon, mashua, oca, Jer. arti) and I can't wait till I have more of them next year. Love, success, Annemieke Wigmore amjwigmore@yahoo.com

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Apios americana

Donna L Phillips (dlphillips@centurytel.net) Tue Jun 1 13:33:12 2004

I have found the groundnut,apios americana, growing wild on a gully (small stream) on my 10 acre property in Beauregard Parish, Southwest Louisiana. I was intrigued by the unusual bloom and decided to do some research with fantastic results. I first identified it through "Wildflowers of the Big Thicket, East Texas, and Western Louisiana" by Geyata Ajilvsgi. Then, having a name for the plant, I was able to get extensive information on the WEB. My plant has a mauvey-pink color and grows from the edge of the stream bed, with its roots in the moist soil of the stream. This stream overflows during heavy rains and is sometimes underwater and saturated for long periods of time. It is in a partially shaded location. I hope to gather some seed and tubers to try domestication in my garden. Interestingly, we have lived on this property for over 20 years and I have never noticed this plant. The foliage is somewhat insignificant as I have many vines that grow along this gully. The bloom was what caught my eye.

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Plant Portrait - Apios Americana

American Groundnut

This article originally appeared in the Jan 1998 edition of the Friends of PFAF newsletter.

The American ground nut, which although related to peanuts should not be confused with them, is a climbing perennial plant from the woodland edges of N. America. It produces new shoots each year from numerous underground tubers, these new shoots twining around any supports they can find and growing perhaps 1.2 or more metres long. This is a very easy plant to grow, preferring a light rich soil and a sunny position. When grown in a warm dry situation in a well-drained sandy soil, the plants will be long lived with the tuberous roots increasing in size and number each year. The plant prefers light dappled shade in its native environment, though it seems to need a sunnier position in Britain. Perhaps siting it on the sunny edge of a woodland, or along the sunny side of a garden shrubbery would be most suitable for it. The groundnut is also said to be very tolerant of acid soils though it dislikes windy situations. The groundnut has occasionally been cultivated for its edible tubers and has the potential to become a commercial crop. Wild plants can produce yields of a kilo or more of tubers so long as they are left to grow for 2 years before harvesting them. Research work in N. America has produced cultivars with yields of 2 kilos or more and it is said that the yields from some of these cultivars can rival potato crops. We have recently obtained some of these forms and hope to release them on trial within the next few years. The tubers can be eaten either raw or cooked. Although rather starchy and chewy raw, when cooked they have a soft, floury texture and a pleasant mild slightly sweet flavour reminiscent of sweet potatoes - they can be eaten in quantity and make an excellent stodge part of the meal. In taste trials that we have run, this tuber always comes out near the top of the list. The tubers can be dried and ground into a powder then used as a sweetener and thickener in soups or can be added to flour. They contain about 17% crude protein, which is more than 3 times that found in potatoes. The tubers are very easy to harvest, and you can often collect quite a quantity without even having to dig the soil. This is because they are formed quite near the soil surface, the plant forming long thin roots that enlarge at intervals along their length to form the tubers. To harvest, you scrabble about in the soil until finding a root, you then gently pull upon it and, with luck, you will end up with a long length of root containing a number of swollen tubers, the effect being somewhat like a necklace. Another benefit of growing this plant is that it has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby. Thus this is a very good companion plant in woodland and other integrated plantings. Propagation is quite a simple matter. Division of the tubers can be carried out in the autumn or spring - either replant immediately or store them in a cool but frost-free place until the spring. Make sure you do not let them dry out as the tubers will quickly wither unless kept moist. Seed is also a simple matter. Pre-soak it for 3 - 12 hours in tepid water, by which time it should have swollen to about twice its size, and then sow February/March in a cold frame. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months at 15°c[134]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse for their first winter, planting them out in late spring or early summer. The only problem we have ever had with growing this species is that slugs and snails adore the young shoots in spring so, if you are blessed with active populations of these lovely creatures, make sure to give the plants some protection in the spring.

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-- Isaitis tinctoria / Vaid (N) / Waid / - 1 stk. ifra Eilif Aas 01.07. 2007, foreløbig i potten sin utenfor vestenden av Øvre Drivhuset. - utplantet - Staude. Høyde: Bredde: Blomstring: Frukt: Annet: Blomster og frø 2. året. Herdighet: -

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-- Ulljoco / - Staude. Spiselige knoller, kuttes opp og kokes litt. Tåler ikke frost. - 1 stk. ifra Eilif Aas 01.07. 2007, foreløbig satt i Øvre Drivhuset i potten sin. - utplantet -

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-- Escallonia x? Dart`s Rosyred / - 1 stk. kjøpt 16.05. 2007 kr. 129,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 19.05. 2007 nø for Husets nv hjørne. - Busk. Høyde: 0, 5 – 1 m. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Beskjæring: III. Herdighet: Annet: - RLH, 19.07. 2009: Denne blomstrer nu, har begynt i disse dager, fin rosa blomstring. - 

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-- Potentilla frut. Goldteppich / - 4 stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, 1 stk. utplantet 19.05. 2007 ca. x m n & x m v for Husets nv hjørne. Og 3 stk. utplantet på vestsiden av inngangsdøren til Huset her i skråningen 29.05. 2007. -

-- Potentilla megalantha / - 1 stk. kjøpt 16.05. 2007 kr. 35,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet i Nedre Kolonihagen - Staude. Høyde: 15 – 20 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Solrikt og lyst. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Primula auricula / Ægte Aurikel (DK) / Aurikel / Aurikkel / Auricula / Kultaesikko / - 1 stk. kjøpt 16.05. 2007 kr. 35,-? Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet i Nedre Kolonihagen - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstring: V. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Primula pruhoniciana / Pudeprimula (DK) / Edelprimula / Krypviva / Julianesikko / Gigant cowslip / Teppichprimel / - 1 stk. kjøpt 16.05. 2007 kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 19.05. 2007 i Midtre Kolonihagen - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstring: IV-V. Meget god duft, gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Rubus arcticus Sofia / - 1 stk. kjøpt 16.05. 2007 kr. 125,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 19.05. 2007 imot Nedre Kolonihagens nø hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Rosarøde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Vitis x? Ivan / - Busk, klatrende, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Ingen. Sol. Frukt: VIII-X. Blå druer. Herdighet: Tåler vinter-temperatus minus 30 grader Celsius. Annet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 80,-? Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet i Øvre Drivhuset 19.05. 2007. -

-- Klematis / - x stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet -

-- Thuja occ. Danica / - x stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet -

-- Thuja x / - x stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet -

-- Juniperus chinensis Goldstar / Gul kinaeiner (N) / - 1 stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet 20.05. 2007 ca. 7 m s & 1 m ø for Rørbekkens utløp, i nø enden av eiendommen. – Fra merkelapp: ”Gule nåler og bred, lav vekst. Solrik, lun vokseplass. Godt drenert hagejord. Ca. høyde: 0, 5 – 1 m. Pl.avs.: 1 – 1, 5 m.. Herdighet: H4.” -

-- Cotoneaster dammeri Coral Beauty / Vintermispel (N) / - x stk. (UC10 El) ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet 1 stk. 20.05. 2007 -

-- Rosa Amber Queen / - 1 stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet 19.05. 2007 ca. 1 m n & 1 m v for Øvre Drivhusets nv hjørne. -

-- Rosa Friesia (Kordes 1973) / - 4? stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet 2 stk. 20.05. 2007 på platået få m sø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne, og 1 stk. - Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: ”Store fylte rent gule blomster, med sterk duft. Opprett vekst. Passer bed og rabatter.” Herdighet: -

-- Rosa Queen Elisabeth / - 1 stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet 20.05. 2007 på platået få m sø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - Høyde: 60 – 70 cm. Blomstring: Rosa blomster. Sterk duft. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Euonymus fort. Emerald Gold / Klatrebeinved (N) / - x stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet - Vokseplass: Sol, halvskygge. Lun plass med jevn fuktig jord. Bunndekke-plante som kan få litt bronsefarge om vinteren. Kan klippes og formes efter behov. Høyde efter 10 år: 50 - 100 cm. Blomstring: Herdighet: H3 i H4k. Annet: -

-- Euonymus fort. interbolwi Blondy / Klatrebeinved (N) / - x stk. ifra ”kompost-haugen” til Etne Hagesenter 16.05. 2007, utplantet - Vokseplass: Sol. Høyde: 25 - 30 cm. Blomstring: Herdighet: H3 i H4k. Annet: -

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-- Bergenia x / - 2 stk. ifra ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter, utplantet begge den 19.05. 2007, den ene utsiden av nø hjørnet av Nedre Kolonihagen, den andre et par meter n for nedre enden av Øvre Drivhuset. -

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-- Thymus citriodorus Golden King / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 30,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold / Isvik 11.05. 2007, utplantet samme dag i Nedre Kolonihagem, ca. 2? m s for nv hjørnet. – Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. Herdighet: -

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-- Rosa x? / - 4 stk. småplanter nokså sikkert ifra frø, ifra villrose nedved bekken sø for Urtesteingardens sø hjørne, funnet 05.05. 2007, spadd opp og pottet i hver sin potte samme kveld, satt i Øvre Kolonihagen, utplantet -


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-- Phyllostachys nigra / Black bamboo / Svart bambus (N) / Bambusa nigra (Lodd.) / - 1 stk. kr. 585,- kjøpt 04.05. 2007 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold, utplantet ca. 9 m n & 2 m ø for Husets nø hjørne, hvorifra Malus Sukkereple igår ble flyttet (til potte). - RLH, 08.05. 2009: Denne ser helt død ut nu. Har temmelig sikkert stått for fuktig vått. Trist. - PFAF: ”Known Hazards: None known. Range: E. Asia - E. and C. China. Habitat: Fertile and moist places, also by streams [147]. Other Possible Synonyms: P. henionis[B,P] P. nigra f. boryana[G] P. nigra f. muchisasa[G] P. nigra f. punctata[G] P. nigra var. henionis[B,P] P. nigra var. punctata[G] P. puberula f. nigro-punctata[G] P. puberula var. boryana[G] P. puberula var. muchisasa[G] P. puberula var. nigra[G]. Other Range Info: China. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen bamboo growing to 7.5 m by 6 m . It is hardy to zone 7. It is in leaf all year. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland). It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Cultivar 'Boryana': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Stem. Young shoots – cooked [25, 46, 105, 177]. Somewhat acrid when raw [61], they are prepared for eating by boiling in one change of water, the water being changed after 8 - 10 minutes [183]. A distinctive taste and aroma [183]. The shoots are harvested in the spring when they are about 8 cm above the ground, cutting them about 5 cm below soil level. Medicinal Uses: Antiemetic; Antitussive; Astringent; Depurative; Diuretic; Expectorant; Febrifuge; Sedative; Styptic. The leaves are antipyretic and diuretic [218]. They are used internally in the treatment of fevers (especially infantile convulsions), vomiting and nosebleeds [238]. The leave are harvested during the growing season and dried for later use [238]. The juice of the stems is antipyretic, antitussive, expectorant and sedative [147, 176, 218]. It is taken internally in the treatment of lung infections with cough and phlegm [238]. The sap is pressed from young stems in the summer and then dried for later use [238]. The epidermis of the stem bark is antiemetic, depurative and sedative [147, 176, 218]. It is used internally in the treatment of vomiting, nosebleeds, coughs etc. [238]. The epidermis is collected from young stems in the summer and is dried for later use [238]. The root is astringent, antipyretic, diuretic and styptic [147, 176, 218]. It has been used in the treatment of rabies [238]. The roots are harvested in the winter and dried for later use [238]. We have a more details factsheet on the history and medicinal use of this plant. Email webmaster@pfaf.org for details. Other Uses: Basketry; Plant support; Wood. The canes make good plant supports. Thin walled but durable, the canes are also used for cabinet work and for decorative panels and inlays [195]. The rhizome is used in making umbrella handles, wickerwork, canes, musical instruments and various kinds of handicrafts [25, 74]. Cultivation details: Requires a rich damp soil in a sheltered sunny position [200, 238] and plenty of moisture in the growing season [1]. A very hardy plant, tolerating temperatures down to at least -7°c, but it dislikes prolonged exposure to hard frosts [200]. Another report says that it is hardy to about -18°c [195]. A very ornamental plant [1]. There are many named forms of this species, some of them are given specific status by some botanists [11, 200]. These forms include 'Boryana', 'Fulva', 'Henonis' and 'Punctata'. It is the form 'Henonis' that is normally used medicinally in China [176]. Plants only flower at intervals of many years. When they do come into flower most of the plants energies are directed into producing seed and consequently the plant is severely weakened. They sometimes die after flowering, but if left alone they will usually recover though they will look very poorly for a few years. If fed with artificial NPK fertilizers at this time the plants are more likely to die [122]. This is a good companion species to grow in a woodland because the plants are shallow rooted and do not compete with deep rooted trees [195]. This species is notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. The plant has a running rootstock, though not aggressively so in the cooler climate of Britain [200]. and it produces new shoots from May [25]. Cultivated for its edible young shoots in China [61]. This species has been widely planted for ornament in the Mediterranean and is becoming established [50]. The ssp. P. nigra boryana and P. nigra henonis are also mentioned for their edible young shoots, they are both cultivated for their edible shoots which are similar in all respects to P. nigra. Dead stems can be removed at any time of the year [238]. It is also possible to thin the clumps in spring, leaving only the strongest stems and thus creating an open grove-like effect [238]. Propagation: Seed - surface sow as soon as it is ripe in a greenhouse at about 20°c. Do not allow the compost to dry out. Germination usually takes place fairly quickly so long as the seed is of good quality, though it can take 3 - 6 months. Grow on in a lightly shaded place in the greenhouse until large enough to plant out. Seed is rarely available. Division in spring as new growth commences. Divisions from the open ground do not transplant well, so will need careful treatment and nurturing under cover in pots until at least late spring [238]. Division is best carried out in wet weather and small divisions will establish better than large clumps [238]. Another report says that you can take large divisions from established clumps and transfer them straight to their permanent positions, misting or drenching them frequently until they are established [200]. Basal cane cuttings in spring. Cultivars: 'Henonis' This is the form that is normally used medicinally in China [176]. - 'Boryana' ” –


-- Prunus pumila var. Depressa / - 1 stk. i påbegynt blomstring kr. 145,- kjøpt 04.05. 2007 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold, utplantet samme dag i Nedre Kolonihagen, nv hjørnet der. Tett inntil en Cornus mas utplantet i går. - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 0, 5 – 1 m. Blomstring: V. Hvite små blomster. Sol. Frukter: Beskjæring: Herdighet: - Fra merkelappen: ”Container, bedding and patio plant: This ornamental cherry grafted onto specially selected rootstock is hardy, and grows in all soil types. Happy in a sunny or shady spot. The attractive colours of the flowers in early spring and its fresh green foliage make this deciduous shrub an adornment to any garden. Prune immediately after flowering to maintain the shape. Not prone to disease.” -

q-- Mandragora officinarum / Mandragora officinale / Alrune (N) / Mandrake (GB) / - 1 stk. kr. 60,- kjøpt 04.05. 2007 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold, utplantet 05.05. 2007 i Midtre Kolonihagen, ikke langt ifra nv enden. - Staude. Giftig! Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: III-IV. Frukter: Herdighet: -

q-- Aspargus officinalis Mary Washington / - 1 stk. kr. 40,- kjøpt 04.05. 2007 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold, utplantet samme dag i Øvre Kolonihagen, drivbenken inntil innsiden vest-veggen der. -

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-- Cornus mas Macrocarpa? / Kirsebær-kornell, Vårkornell (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 129,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 03.05. 2007, utplantet samme dag i Nedre Kolonihagen, nv hjørnet der. – Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: III-IV. Sol, halvskygge. Frukter: Beskjæring: Herdighet: - nn

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-- Hemerocallis fulva / Common day lily, Lemon daylily (GB) / Sitron-daglilje (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Bredde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. x Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 01.05. 2007 i Nedre Kolonihagen, nø enden der. Ca. 1 m s & 1 m v for nø hjørnet. - PFAF: ” Known Hazards: Large quantities of the leaves are said to be hallucinogenic [127, 137]. Blanching the leaves removes this hallucinatory component [205]. (This report does not make clear what it means by blanching, it could be excluding light from the growing shoots or immersing in boiling water [K].) Range: Of uncertain origin. A garden escape in Britain. Habitat: Common and widespread in the wild [205], probably as an escape from cultivation. Other Possible Synonyms: H. fulva var. kwanso [B,P]. Other Common Names: Chin Chen Ts'Ai [E ], Common Day Lily [L ], Hsuan [E ], Hsuan Ts'Ao [E ], Huang Hua Ts'Ai [E ], I Nan [E ], Lu Ts'Ung [E ], Orange Day-lily [B ], Orange Daylily [P ], Sina-Kanzo [E ], Tawny Daylily [L ], Wang Yu [E ]. Epithets: fulva = tawny. Other Range Info: China; Egypt. Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1 m by 1 m . It is hardy to zone 4 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from June to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Meadow, Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. - Cultivar 'Flore Pleno': Meadow, Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. - Cultivar 'Green Kwanso': Meadow, Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. - Cultivar 'Kwanso Variegata': Meadow, Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Edible Uses: Flowers; Leaves; Root. Leaves and young shoots – cooked [85, 116, 179, 183]. An asparagus or celery substitute. An excellent sweet tasting vegetable [179, K], though some caution is recommended [127, 137]. The leaves need to be eaten whilst still very young since they quickly become fibrous [K]. Flowers - raw or cooked [62, 100]. The petals are thick and crunchy, making very pleasant eating raw, with a nice sweetness at the base because of the nectar [K]. The flowers can also be dried and used as a thickener in soups etc. [62, 183]. In this case, they are picked when somewhat withered and closed [85]. A rich source of iron [218]. Flower buds - raw or cooked [62, 100, 105, 116]. A pea-like flavour [85]. Can be dried and used as a relish [178]. The dried flower contains about 9.3% protein. 25% fat!?, 60% carbohydrate (rich in sugar), 0.9% ash. It is rich in vitamin A [179]. Tubers - raw or cooked [183]. A nutty flavour [62]. Young tubers are best, though the central portion of older tubers is also good [85]. Medicinal Uses: Anodyne; Antidote; Antiemetic; Antispasmodic; Blood purifier; Cancer; Depurative; Diuretic; Febrifuge; Laxative; Sedative. Diuretic, febrifuge, laxative (mild) [62, 178, 205]. The flowers are anodyne, antiemetic, antispasmodic, depurative, febrifuge and sedative [218]. In China they are used as an anodyne for women in childbirth [240]. An extract of the flowers is used as a blood purifier [240]. The juice of the roots is an effective antidote in cases of arsenic poisoning [205]. The root also has a folk history of use in the treatment of cancer - extracts from the roots have shown antitumour activity [218]. A tea made from the boiled roots is used as a diuretic [205, 218]. Other Uses: Ground cover; Weaving. The tough dried foliage is plaited into cord and used for making footwear [205]. Plants form a spreading clump and are suitable for ground cover when spaced about 90 cm apart each way [208]. The dead leaves should be left on the ground in the winter to ensure effective cover [208]. The cultivar 'Kwanso Flore Pleno' has been especially mentioned [208]. Cultivation details: Succeeds in most soils [1], including dry ones, though it prefers a rich moist soil [111] and a sunny position but tolerating partial shade [88, 111]. Plants flower less freely in a shady position though the flowers can last longer in such a position [205]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Succeeds in short grass if the soil is moist [1]. Prefers a pH between 6 and 7 [200]. This species is hardy to about -20°c [187]. Plants take a year or two to become established after being moved [200]. The roots have spindle-shaped swellings and spread freely, the plant can become invasive [205]. A very ornamental plant [1], it is cultivated in China and Japan for its edible flowers and leaves, there are many named varieties [200]. Individual flowers are short-lived, opening in the morning and withering in the evening. The plant, however, produces a succession of flowers over a period of about 6 weeks [205]. The sterile cultivar 'Kwanzo' has double flowers, it has been especially mentioned for these flowers which are said to be crunchy with a nutty aftertaste [137]. 'Flore Pleno' is another form with double-flowers that have a delicious taste[K]. The sterile cultivar 'Europa' is very vigorous, with long stolons, and each piece of root is capable of growing into a new plant[205]. This cultivar, which is the form usually supplied from nurseries, succeeds in lawns and has even been known to grow through tarmac [205]. Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus [200]. Many forms of this plant are sterile triploids, probably of garden origin, and do not set seed [205]. The pollen, however, is fertile and can be used to fertilize other plants [205]. The plants are very susceptible to slug and snail damage, the young growth in spring is especially at risk [200]. Propagation: Seed - sow in the middle of spring in a greenhouse. Germination is usually fairly rapid and good. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle. Grow the plants on for their first winter in a greenhouse and plant out in late spring [K]. Division in spring or after flowering in late summer or autumn [200]. Division is very quick and easy, succeeding at almost any time of the year [K]. Larger clumps can be replanted direct into their permanent positions, though it is best to pot up smaller clumps and grow them on in a cold frame until they are rooting well. Plant them out in the spring. Cultivars: 'Kwanso Variegata' - This form produces an abundance of double flowers. It is vigorous and grows about 90 cm tall. Very similar to the cultivar 'Kwanzo', differing in its leaves which are strongly variegated with white stripes [205]. It is not as hardy as 'Flore Pleno'. - 'Green Kwanso' 'Kwanzo' - This form produces an abundance of double flowers. It is vigorous and grows about 90 cm tall. Derived in cultivation from the variegated 'Kwanso'. It is not as hardy as 'Flore Pleno', a cultivar with which it is often confused [205]. The plant is a sterile triploid [205]. - 'Flore Pleno' - This form produces an abundance of double flowers up to 15cm long [205]. It is a vigorous plant, growing about 75 cm tall. Often sold in Britain as the cultivar 'Kwanzo', it is in fact quite different from that plant [205].”

-- Eleutherococcus sieboldianus / - 1 stk. kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. x Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 01.05. 2007 ca. 8 m ø & 0, 5 m s for det store gamle Plommetreet. - ”Iøyenfallende busk med sitt sirlige løv. Uanselige blomster, men 1 cm store svarte frukter som sitter hele vinteren. Bør ha lett skygge og dyp jord.” –

-- Ribes sanguineum x? / Blodrips (N) / Red Flowering Currant / - 1 stk. blodrips med hvite blomster, kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. x Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 01.05. 2007 ca. 2 m s for blodrips med røde blomster i nø enden av eiendommen, litt n for Rørbekkens utløp. -

-- Typha angustifolia / Smalbladet Dunkjevle (N) / Rohrkolben, scmalblätt / Reed mace / - Staude. Vann-plante. Høyde: 50 – 200 cm. Blomstring: VII-X. Sol. Vann-dybde: 10 – 30 cm. - 1 stk. kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. 80 Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 01.05. 2007 innsiden av den sørlige steinmuren, altså i Urtesteinhagen. RLH: Jeg og Stauda flyttet denne 23.06. 2007 til nedsiden av steinmuren nedenfor Rørbekkens utløp, hvor et eks. fra før av er utplantet. Flyttet denne nu for at bredbladet dunkjevle heller skal få vokse ved innsiden av den sørlige steinmurens nedre ende. -

-- Beta vulgaris Mangold / - 1 stk. kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. 40 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 01.05. 2007 i drivbenken sør for den nv drivbenken i Nedre Kolonihagen. -

-- Sitronverbena / - 1 stk. potte med 6 stk. småplanter / stiklinger kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. 40 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, ompottet 02.05. 2007, utplantet -

-- Tulbaghia violacea / Garlic-Grass (GB) / Herbe à l’ail (F) / Knobi-Gras (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. 40 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, ompottet 01.05. 2007, utplantet - ”Care: As a spice plant on the windowsill or in terracotta-pots and window boxes. Perennial: Outside in the Summer, inside in Winter. Grows in sunny and shady locations. Can be harvested all year round. Garlic-Grass: The aroma of garlic, without the unpleasant odour! Similar to garlic, it is very healthy and irresistibly tasty. Simply use it finely cut as with chives. Oil of Garlic-Grass: Pickle 150 g finely cut Garlic-Grass in 0, 75 liter olive oil. Ideal for daily cooking and frying.”

-- Perovskia atrip. Blue Spire / - 1 stk. kjøpt 30.04. 2007 kr. 129,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 01.05. 2007 i Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 1 m s & 4 m v for nø hjørnet. - ”Busk fra Afganistan. Bør stå solrikt, lunt og lett drenert jord. Blomstrer i 3 måneder fra august. Blomstene er fiolette i 30 – 40 cm lange klaser. Høyde ca. 1 m. Fryser noe tilbake om vinteren.” -

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-- Aralia x? / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. rotklump fått ifra Trond Høy 29.04. 2007, utplantet samme dag ca. 4 m n & 2, 5 m ø for det store gamle plommetreet. RLH: Antagligvis fra frø fra Himalaya. -

-- Asal x? / - Tre, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: - 1 stk. ca. 2, 5 m høyt ifra Trond Høy 29.04. 2007, utplantet samme dag ca. 3 m nv for Brønnens nø hjørne. RLH: Antagligvis ifra frø ifra Himalaya? -

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-- Ribes uva-crispa, Grønn / Stikkelsbær (N) / Grüne Stachelbeere / Gooseberry green (GB) / Agrest zielony / Krusbär gröna (S) / Zelena / Zöld Egres / - 1 stk. kr. 29,- kjøpt Lidl i Haugesund 27.04. 2007, utplantet ca. kl. 8.30 lørdag 28.04. 2007 inntil utsiden Nedre Kolonihagens sv hjørne. Ca. 1 m ø for hjørnet. - (Det står en adresse på pakken: Dominik, Pflanzenvertrieb, 48477 Hörstel.) – Busk. Løvfellende. Høyde: 1 – 2 m. Blomstring: Frukt: ”Frukten kan høstes i midten / slutningen av juli.” Herdighet: -

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-- ”Star Gooseberry (138) – Netto vekt 500 gr. Opprinnelse: Thailand. Exporter ID: 0105543071328. Importør: Scanasia A/S, tlf. 22 65 03 75. Fax: 22 65 12 79. Lot. No. 14 / 1.” – Kjøpt 27.04. 2007 hos Ege Mat i Haugesund. – RLH: Ligner en smule på stikkelsbær, også i størrelse. -

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-- Solbær og Rips / - 4 stk. frøplanter ifra i fjor (stått i potter i Kolonihagen i vinter) utplantet 26.04. 2007 -

-- 1:4-20070426 Rips? / - Frøplante ifra 2006, utplantet 26.04. 2007 ca. 5 m n & 13 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Dvs. ca. 1 m ø for Malus Lord Lambourne. –

-- 2:4-20070426 Solbær? / - Frøplante ifra 2006, utplantet 26.04. 2007 ca. 5, 5 m n & 14, 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

-- 3:4-20070426 Rips? / - Frøplante ifra 2006, utplantet 26.04. 2007 ca. 5 m n & 18, 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

-- 4:4-20070426 Rips? / - Frøplante ifra 2006, utplantet 26.04. 2007 ca. 7 m n & 14, 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

-- 200704-Rips? Frøplante ifra 2006, utplantet 04. 2007 ca. 8 m n & 8 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

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-- Eføy / - ca. 9 stk. fått ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter høsten 2006, utplantet 24.04. 2007 i nv området av eiendommen og andre steder derifra og sø. -

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-- Solbær / - Ca. 19 stk. fremvokst fra frø 2006 / 2007 priklet av rlh og Ao 22.04. 2007, til hver sin potte. Vi plasserte de efterpå i en eske utenfor vestre enden av Kolonihagen. -

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-- Allium moly / - 1stk. pose med 50 stk. løker kjøpt 20.04. 2007 Lidl Haugesund kr. 20, utplantet ca. 22.04. 2007 i Kolonihagen. - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Gule blomster. Planteavstand: 5 cm. Plante-dybde: 7 cm. Graving: III-V. Herdighet: -

-- Lilien Oriental x Trumpet, Gul / Yellow / Gelb / Jaune / - 1stk. pose med 3 stk. løker kjøpt 20.04. 2007 Lidl Haugesund kr. 20, utplantet 22.04. 2007 i området (og på flaten) ø og s for Snekkerbua. - Staude. Høyde: 140 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Gule blomster. Planteavstand: 40 cm. Plante-dybde: 15 cm. Graving: III-V. Herdighet: -

-- Oxalis deppei / Glücksklee / Four leaf clover / - 1stk. pose med 30 stk. løker kjøpt 20.04. 2007 Lidl Haugesund kr. 20, utplantet ca. 22.04. 2007 flere steder på eiendommen. - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstring: IV-VI. Rosa-røde blomster. Planteavstand: 10 cm. Plante-dybde: 4 cm. Graving: III-V. Herdighet: -

-- Oreganum / - 1 stk. kjøpt 20.04. 2007 Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold / Isvik, utplantet ca. 22.04. 2007 i Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 3 m v & 1, 5 m s for nv hjørnet. Ved nø hjørnet til drivbenken der. -


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-- Borretaneløk, Flatløk / - En pose med ca. 12 stk. kjøpt 03.04. 2007 dagligvare-butikk, utplantet noen i Kolonihagen 04.04. 2007. -

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-- Dianthus Pink Campari / Nellik / Nejlika / Ketoneilikka / Carnation / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Bredde: 25 cm. Blomstring: V-IX. Rosa blomster. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.04. 2007, utplantet 18.04. 2007 ikke langt ifra midtveis i mot Nordre Steinmuren i Nedre Kolonihagen. -

-- Mentha piperita Chocolate / Peppermynte (N) / Piparminttu / Peppermint / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Bredde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.04. 2007, utplantet 18.04. 2007 ca. 5 m nø for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Mentha suav. Applemint / Eplemynte (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Bredde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.04. 2007, utplantet 18.04. 2007 ca. 10 m nø for Rørbekkens utløp i nø enden av eiendommen. -

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-- Prunus persica Champion / Fersken (N) / Perzik / Pfirsich / Peach / Pèche / - Tre, løvfellende. Høyde: 3 – 10 m. Blomstring: III-IV. Rosa-hvite blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Frukt: Høstes VIII. Beskjæring: IX. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 300,- kjøpt 03.04. 2007 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold, utplantet 04.04. 2007 ved de andre fersken-trærne i Urtestein-garden, øverst. -


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-- Alcea rosea Pleniflora / - Staude. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Røde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 35,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 30.03. 2007, utplantet 31.03. 2007 i Øvre Kolonihagen innmot gjerdeveggen i vest, ikke langt ifra kompostbingen i sv hjørnet. -

-- Geranium cinereum var. subcaulescens Splendens / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Bunndekkende. Blomstring: VIII-IX. Rødlige blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 40,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 30.03. 2007, utplantet 31.03. 2007 i Kolonihagens nedre avdeling for Bier ca. 1 m ifra steinmuren (og ca. 1 m ifra Øvre Kolonihagen). -

-- Echinacea purpurea Magnus / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Røde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 30,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 30.03. 2007, utplantet 31.03. 2007 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 1 m ifra midten av steinmuren. -

-- L. / Martagonlilje (N) / - Staude. Høyde: cm. Blomstring: blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik / Skjold 30.03. 2007, utplantet 31.03. 2007 ca. 7 m n & 2 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. –


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-- Chamaecyparis pisifera Blue Baby? / Ertesypress / Japanese or Sawara Falsecypress / - Tre, vintergrønn. Opptil ca. 6 m høy. – x stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, utplantet samme dag -

-- Chamaecyparis pisifera Boulevard / Ertesypress / Japanese or Sawara Falsecypress / - Tre, vintergrønn. Opptil ca. 6 m høy. – x stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, utplantet ca. 6 - 7 m sør for Chaenomeles superba Fire Dance / Eldkvede (N) (utplantet 02.08. 2006 sørsiden av Øvre Kolonihagen, ved inngangen der.) - 

-- Chamaecyparis pisifera x20061102? / Ertesypress / Japanese or Sawara Falsecypress / - Tre, vintergrønn. Opptil ca. 6 m høy. – x stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, utplantet samme dag -

--- Picea x? / Gran, Dverggran (N) / - 8 stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, - 7 stk. – derav en kuleformet (de andre kjegleformet opprett) - utplantet 12.11. 2006 i Jordbær-terasse-åkeren. Den ene av de 6 var muligvis noe annerledes? Nr. 8 (den største, ca. oppmot 1 m høy) utplantet også 12.11. 2006, ca. x m s & x m v for Kolonihagens sv hjørne. -

-- Thuja x? / - x stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, - 1 stk. utplantet 10.11. 2006 ca. x m s & x m ø for hovedinngangen til eiendommen. –

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-- Thuja plicata Gröne kugel / - 2 stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, - begge utplantet 12.11. 2006 i nø enden her, øst for lerketreskogen vår der. -

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-- Tsuga canadensis / Eastern Hemlock / - 1 stk. ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2006, utplantet 1 stk. 12.11. 2006 ca. 3 m nø for mannaasken nord for lerketreskogen vår i nø enden her. -

-- Eføy (N) / - Flere stk. (ifra komposten til Etne Hagesenter) utplantet i nø enden av eiendommen her i november, i området langsmed bekken.

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-- Melde av noe slag – Stolt Henrik? – ifra Bernt Skrede 10. 2006, utplantet 25.10. 2006 ca. 15? m n & 8? m ø for det store gamle plommetreet. -

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q-- Humulus lupulus / Humle (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 99,- (minus 70 % rabatt) kjøpt 20.10. 2006 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 23.10. 2006 innmot Leveggens østside. -

q-- Ribes Vit Hollander / Hvit Hollender, Hvitrips, Rips (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 99,- (minus 70 % rabatt) kjøpt 20.10. 2006 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 23.10. 2006 sør for den store Bålplassen. Få meter vest for Arnold Red der? -

q-- Lilium speciosum Rubrum / Lilje (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 49,- (minus 50 % rabatt) kjøpt 20.10. 2006 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 23.10. 2006 mange meter nø for Husets nø hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 130 cm. Blomstring: VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Rødrosa og hvit i blomstene, med det rødrosa som tone og flekker. Snittblomst. Herdighet: Annet: Planteavstand: 25 cm. Plantedybde: 15 cm. -

q-- Echinace? / Solhatt (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 12,- kjøpt 20.10. 2006 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 23.10. 2006 innmot utsiden sørsiden av Kolonihagen. -

q-- Aspargus / Asparges (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 129,- (minus 70 % rabatt) kjøpt 20.10. 2006 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 23.10. 2006 i Midtre kolonihagen, et par meter n for den forige forleden. -

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-- Prunus avium? Frøplante 2006 – nr. 1, Søtkirsebær / - 1. stk. frøplante? fra ved fossen? 2006, utplantet november 2006 få meter nø for Brønnen. -

-- Prunus avium? Frøplante 2006 – nr. 2, Søtkirsebær / - 1. stk. frøplante? fra ved fossen? 2006, utplantet -

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-- Aspargus / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 i Midtre Kolonihagen. -

-- Calceolaria biflora / Falklandstrøffel (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 ved øvre inngangen til Kolonihagen. – Staude. Høyde: 10 – 15 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. –

-- Arnica x? / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 i Midtre Kolonihagen. –

-- Agastache rugosa Alabaster / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 sørsiden utsiden Nedre Kolonihagen. -

-- Geranium cantabrigiense Cambridge / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 innmot utsiden av Nedre Kolonihagens sø hjørne, østsiden, ca. 0, 5 m ifra hjørnespissen. – Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Bunndekkende. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Annet: Steinbedplante. Herdighet: -

-- Dianthus plumarius / Fjørnellik, Fjærnellik (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 ca. midten av Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 1 m ifra nordre steinmuren. – Staude. Høyde: 20 – 30 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. -

-- Echinacea White Swan / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 innmot utsiden av Midtre Kolonihagens sø hjørne. – Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Annet: Herdighet: -

q-- Nepeta faassenii Walkers Low / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 – Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VI-X. Sol. Annet: Herdighet: -

q-- Nepeta faassenii Six Hills Giant / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 12.10. 2006 – Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Annet: Herdighet: -

q-- Thujopsis dolobrata / Voksthuja, Vikstuja (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 10.10. 2006, utplantet 12.10. 2006 ved Leveggen. - Tre, bred kjegleform. Ofte flere topper. Høyde: Blomstring: Annet: Sol, halvskygge. Godt drenert, gjerne kalkholdig jord. Herdighet: H4. -

-- Løvstikke / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 10.10. 2006, utplantet – Staude. –

-- Chaenomeles japonica Romsdal / - 1 stk. kjøpt 10.10. 2006, utplantet 12.10. 2006 i Urtesteingarden, få meter n for den andre av samme sorten utplantet for litt siden. -

-- Stikkelsbær Synnøve Karmøy / - 4? stk. ifra Synnøve på Karmøy 11.10. 2006, utplantet 12.10. 2006 innmot Leveggen i nø enden av eiendommen. -

-- Syringa pekinensis / -

RLH, 11.10. 2006 – ifra Dagboksnotater: ”Synnøve hadde med seg stiklinger av Syringa pekinensis da hun kom, og noen stikkelsbærbusker hun hadde gravd opp hjemme hos seg. Ifra en stikkelsbærbusk hun har tatt vare på ifra barndommen sin. Hun sa den blir nokså stor, men er frisk av seg og bærer rikt. De rot-renninger hun hadde med har rot. / Hun fortalte også noen ord om denne Syringa pekinensis. At hennes bestemor som døde i 1944 hadde hatt den i vinduskarmen lenge – og at den ble utplantet i hagen lenge før hun døde. Og at den nu er omkring to meter i omkrets nede i stammen. Og at den ikke sprer seg slik som vanlig syrin (Syringa vulgaris), men legger på seg med nye kviststammer i omkretsen. Hun hadde også med seg to fotografier av busken, tatt i 2001, som jeg fikk. Disse synes som å vise at busken da er kanskje omtrent 6 meter høy og 6 meter bred – og noe kuleformet. Og at den blomstrer rikt, hvit-gul-aktige blomster i pyramidede-aktig nokså opprett blomsterstand. / Vi satte disse i skyggen på nordsiden av huset her. De står i en 20-liters bøtte. Jeg skal bearbeide de og se nærmere på de i morgen.” -

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-- Rips (ifra veikanten) / - Rotskudd hentet ved veien opp til Bjarne Heggebø i Ølen 05.10. 2006, pottet samme dag – potte i Midre Kolonihagen. - utplantet 11.12. 2006 innmot bergveggen nedfor Rundkjøringen. -

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-- Fragaria vesca Alexandria / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet 29.09. 2006 i sø enden av Nedre Kolonihagen. - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: VI-X. Sol, halvskygge. Frukt / frø: Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Levisticum officinale / Løvstikke, Løpstikke, Maggiurt (N) / ache des montangnes / Garden lovage (GB) / Badekraut / Libbsticka / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet 29.09. 2006 eks. 1:2 ca. få m sør for sv hjørnet av Nedre Kolonihagen, og 2:2 samme dag ca. – Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 02.10. 2006, utplantet med få meters mellomrom ca. x m nø for Husets nø hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 175 – 300 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol. Frukt / frø: IX. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Helichrysum italicum / Karryplante, Kurryplante (N) / Kerrieplant / Immerschön / Everlasting / Immortelle / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet begge 29.09. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 1 m sør for nordre steinmuren. - Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 02.10. 2006, utplantet 03.10. 2006 også i Nedre Kolonihagen. - Staude, vintergrønn. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol. Herdighet: Annet: Kantvekst. -

-- Agastache rugosa Alabaster / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet 1:2 den 29.09. 2006 ca. og 2:2 samme dag ved Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. - Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 02.10. 2006, utplantet 03.10. 2006, den ene ved storhjerte ved Hønsebergets sørside. Den andre -

-- Achillea filipendulina Cloth of Gold / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet 29.09. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, innmot østsiden, ca. - Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 02.10. 2006, utplantet den ene 03.10. 2006 Trampolineplassen ved Hønsehuset. - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Sol. Snittblomst. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Echinace Tiefrosa / Purpursolhat (DK) / Purpursolhatt (N) / Cone Flower (GB) / Sonnenhut (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 35,- pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet 29.09. 2006 ca. x m nv for Fjøsets nv hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstring: Rosarøde kurvblomster. – Ifra merkelapp: ”Anvendes som medisinplante. Plantes i bede og krukker. Ynder sol. Vannes regelmessig. Vinterhårdfør. Kan afskjæres.” -

-- Chaenomeles japonica Romsdal / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 129,- (minus 50 %) pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet 28.09. 2006 i Urtesteingarden, ca. x m v & x m n for urtesteingardens sø hjørne. - Ifra merkelapp: Orangerøde blomster i mai – juni. Gule frukter i september – desember. Fjellhager og skråninger. Ca. høyde: 1 – 2 m. Planteavstand: 1, 5 m. Hekk: 0, 5 m. Herdighet: H5.” – RLH, 27.09. 2006: Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund i dag hadde flere eks. stående til salgs, og jeg kjøpte kun dette ene eks. (med 4 mandarin-store, gule, nokså runde frukter). Men flere av de andre eksemplarene var annerledes i frukten. Noen var mindre modne (og grønne enda), andre hadde nokså pære-formede frukter. -

-- Vaccinium corymb. Bluecrop / Hageblåbær / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 99 (minus 50 %) pr. stk. Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.09. 2006, utplantet -

ok-- Skogskjegg (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2006, utplantet 03.10. 2006 nø for Husets nø hjørne. Dvs. ca. 5 m n & 4 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

ok-- Stormarikåpe (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,50 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 02.10. 2006, utplantet 03.10. 2006 nø for Husets nø hjørne. Dvs. ca. 5 m n & 5, 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

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-- Aleksanders sorte løvstikke? eller alminnelig løvstikke? sådd 2005 eller 2006? / - 2 stk. utplantet 24.09. 2006, den ene ca. 7? m sør for Nedre Kolonihagens sv hjørne. Den andre ca. 7? m s & 2, 5 ? m v for Nedre Kolonihagens sv hjørne. -

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-- Coreopsis? x / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 15,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 21.09. 2006, utplantet samme dag i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 1? m ifra nordre steinmuren (omtrent midten?) -

-- Fuchsia magellanica Riccartonii / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 34,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 21.09. 2006, utplantet samme dag innmot utsiden sørsiden av Nedre Kolonihagen. Sammen med stikkelsbær (ifra frø eller stikling?) utplantet samtidig. – Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: ca. 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-X. Lett skygge. Røde blomster med fiolett. Annet: Herdighet: -

-- Stikkelsbær / - Se Fuchsia magellanica Riccartonii utplantet samtidig 21.09. 2006 samme sted. –

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-- Salix x? / - Frøplante? fra i fjor? (Kolonihagen) – Utplantet 18.09. 2006 ca. 3 m ø & 1, 5 m s for Rørbekkens utløp. -

-- Salix x? / - Frøplante? fra i år? (Kolonihagen) – Utplantet 18.09. 2006 ca. 3 m ø & 1, 5 m s for Rørbekkens utløp. –

-- Salix x? / Piletre? / - Frøplante? fra i år? (Kolonihagen) – Utplantet 12.11. 2006 ca. n for Huset her, øst og litt n for det store gamle plommetreet. –

-- Salix x? / - Kviststiklinger fra i år? (Kolonihagen) – Utplantet 18.09. 2006 ca. x m n & x m ø for Husets nø hjørne. –

-- Salix x? / - Kviststiklinger fra i år? (Kolonihagen) – Utplantet 18.09. 2006 ca. x m n & x m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

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-- Vaccinium corymbosum Duke / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 100,- Etne Hagesenter 14.09. 2006, utplantet - Herdighet: H4. -

-- Vaccinium corymbosum Blue Crop / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 100,- Etne Hagesenter 14.09. 2006, utplantet -

-- Rubus fruticosus Boysenberry / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 69,- Etne Hagesenter i Etne 14.09. 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Frukt: VII-IX. Annet: Beskjæring: XII-I. Herdighet: -

-- Rubus fruticosus? x / Bjørnebær? / - 1 stk. ifra frø? eller stikling? våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. -

-- Baptisia australis / Sørbaptisia (N) / Farvebælg (DK) / Färgväppling (S) / Lupin indigo / False Indigo / Indigo-Lupine / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 10,- Etne Hagesenter 14.09. 2006, utplantet samme dag i Øvre Kolonihagen, sø enden. Der ved sv enden til drivbenken. - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: VII-VIII. Halvskygge. Blåfiolette blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Houttuynia cordata Chameleon / Kameleonblad (N) / Kamæleonblad (DK) / Kameleonblad (S) / Fishwort / Eidechsenschwarnz / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 10,- Etne Hagesenter 14.09. 2006, oppdelt i 4 deler18.09. 2006, utplantet - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Dianthus caryophyllus floristan / Hagenellik (N) / Havenellike (DK) / Trädgårdsnejlika (S) / Oeillet a grosses fleurs / Carnation, red / Gartennelke, rot / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 10,- Etne Hagesenter 14.09. 2006, utplantet - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. Røde blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -

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-- Sitronkattemynte & kattemynte / - hvorhen nu?

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-- Pepperrot (N) / - 3 stk. utplantet av Frøydis og Stauda 26.08. 2006. Den ene ved Kaninburet i Leveggens spiss, innsiden. Den andre ved utsiden av søndre steinmurens ø ende, utsiden. Og den 3. øst for Huset her, ned imot bekken. -

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-- Sommerfuglbusk med gule blomster. – 1 stk. i dårlig forfatning (efter flommen) fått ifra Ødegård i Skjold 01.09. 2006, utplantet samme dag sø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

-- Isop (N) / - 1 stk. (med blå blomster) kjøpt kr. 50,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 01.09. 2006, utplantet samme dag i Bienes Midre avdeling av Kolonihagen. -

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ok-- Campsis radicans / Jasmintrompete / Trumpet Creeper / Bignone / Milin amerykanski / Trompetbloem / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 159,- Etne Hagesenter 31.08. 2006, utplantet samme dag i Midtre Bienes avdeling av Kolonihagen, dvs. utenfor og inntil vestsiden av Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 4 m ifra sv (og nv) hjørnet. – Busk, klatrende, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: VII-X. Sol, halvskygge. Rødlige trompet-blomster. Beskjæring: Nei. Annet: Herdighet: -

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q-- Rosmarin Blue Laguna / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 25.08. 2006, utplantet 29.08. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen, ca. 1 m i forkant av drivbenken på østsiden. – Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Cornus canadensis / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 25.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, innmot sørveggen, ca. midten. – Staude. Bunndekkende. Høyde: 10 – 15 cm. Blomstring: IV-V. Sol, halvskygge, skygge. Frukt: VI-IX. Herdighet: Annet: - Ifra merkelapp: ”This creeping cornel is an exellent, hardy, persistent ground cover plant. Does well in almost any habitat ranging from direct sunlight to shade. Mix sour garden peat with the plant hole. An abundance of white flowers blooms during April and May, turning into berries from June to September. This makes the creeping cornel a very appealing plant.” -

q-- Salvia verticillata Purple Rain / Kranssalie / Salbei / Sage / Sauge / Stäppsalvia / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 25.08. 2006, utplantet 29.08. 2006 ca. 2? m i forkant av utsiden av midten av Kolonihagen. – Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol. Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: -

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ok-- Lavendula angustifolia Blue Scent / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Sol. Frukt: Bladverk / vekst: Planteavstand: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt (1/2 pris) Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen 24.08. 2006, utplantet 29.08. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen, ca. 1 m i forkant av drivbenken på østsiden. -

q-- Satureja montana / Sar, Bønneurt, Bondepepper (N) / Bohnenkraut / - 1 stk. kjøpt (1/2 pris) Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen 24.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, i sv hjørnet av drivbenk nr. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Blätter und Stengel für Fleisch und Bohnengerichte. Lebensbereich: Küchengarten. Pflanzabstand: 30 cm. Das Bohnenkraut stammt aus dem Mittelmeerländern und gedeiht im Garten auf trockenen, kalkhaltigen Plätzen. Es trägt weise, rosa Lippenblüten, die gerne von insekten besucht werden. Frisch und getrocknet als Zutat zu Bohnengerichten, Eintöpfen und Fleisch.” -

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-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 1, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren 2006, utplantet 20.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 2, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren 2006, utplantet 20.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 3, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren 2006, utplantet 23.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 4, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren 2006, utplantet 23.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 5, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren 2006, utplantet 21.09. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen, innmot sørsiden i østre enden. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 6, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. –

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 7, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 8, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. –

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 9, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 10, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. –

-- Actinidia deliciosa? X, Frøplante nr. 11, Kiwi / - Frøplante fra frukt fra dagligvare-butikken, sådd våren / forsommeren 2006, utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. -


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-- Geranium x? / Storkenebb (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 23.08. 2006 innmot sørsiden utsiden av Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. – Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Blå blomster. Herdighet: -

-- Lythrum salicaria / Strandkattehale (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 nø for Leveggens n ende, nø enden av eiendommen her. - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Rødlige blomster. Herdighet: -

-- Primula auricula / Aurikkel (N) / Ægte Aurikel (DK) / Aurikel / Kultaesikko (SF) / Auricula / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 21.09. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, sø enden. - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstring: V. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Mentha piperifera / Peppermynte (N) / Pebermynte (DK) / Pepparmynta (S) / Piparminttu (SF) / Peppermint (GB) / Pfefferminze (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 29.08. 2006 ca. 3 m nv for Magnolia off. - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Heuchera sanguinea Leuchtkäfer / Alunrot (N) / Alunrod (DK) / Purpur Alunrot (S) / Korallikeijunkuka (SF) / Coral Flower (GB) / Purpurglöckchen (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 25.08. 2006 innmot utsiden sørsiden av Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 2? m ø for sv enden. - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sterkt røde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Helleborus niger / Julerose (N, DK) / Julros (S) / Vaaleajouluruusu (SF) / Christmas Rose (GB) / Weihnachtsrose (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 innmot laurbær ca. 10? m sør for Snekkerbuas sv hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstring: XII-III. Hvite blomster med gule støvbærere. Halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: Annet: -

ok-- Liatris spicata Kobold / Søyleblomst (N) / Pragtskær (DK) / Rosenstav (S) / Punatähkä (SF) / Spike Gayfeather (GB) / Prachtscharte (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 ca. 6 m v & 3 m n for Fjøsbygningens nv hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol. Lilla blomster. Snittblomst. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Geum coccineum Borisli / Humleblomst, Nellikrot (N) / Nellikerod (DK) / Nejlikrot (S) / Tulikellukka (SF) / Avens (GB) / Nelkenwurz (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 29.09. 2006 sørsiden av Leveggen sør for Nedre Kolonihagen. - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Oransje blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Hosta fortunei Gold Standard / Bredhosta, Breihosta (N) / Funkia (DK) / Blomsterfunkia (S) / Kelmeäkuunlilja (SF) / Plantain Lily (GB) / Funkie (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 - Staude. Bunndekkende. Høyde: 40 - 70 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Herdighet: Annet: Lyst grønne blader med gult. -

-- Hosta sieboldiana Elegans / Doggbladlilje (N) / Funkia (DK) Daggfunkia (S) / Sinikuunlilja (SF) / Plantain Lily (GB) / Blaublattfunkie (D) /- 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet nr. 1 av 2 dato 31.08. 2006 - Staude. Bunndekkende. Høyde: 60 – 70 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Hosta hybrid Blue Cadet / Hosta (N) / Funkia (DK) / Blomsterfunkia (S) / Kelmeäkuunlilja (SF) / Plantain Lily (GB) / Funkie (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 - Staude. Bunndekkende. Høyde: 30 – 50 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: Annet: -

-- X / (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: Annet: -

ok-- Helianthemum hybrid Lawrenson`s Pink / Soløye (N) / Soløje (DK) / Trädgårdssolvända (S) / Tarhapäivännouto (SF) / Rock Rose (GB) / Sonnenröschen (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 2 m n & 2 m v for sø hjørnet. - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Sol. Rosa blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -

q-- Hemerocallis hybrid Double River Wye / Daglilje (N, DK, SF) / Daglilja (S) / Day Lily (GB) / Taglilie (D) / - 2 stk. (samme sort?) kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet nr. 1 av 2 utsiden av sørsiden til Kolonihagen, ved østre enden. Og nr. 2 av 2 utsiden av sørsiden til Kolonihagen, ved vestre enden. - Staude. Høyde: 75 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Gule, fylte blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -

q-- Hemerocallis hybrid Winsome Lady / Daglilje (N, DK, SF) / Daglilja (S) / Day Lily (GB) / Taglilie (D) / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet nr. 1 av 2 dato 29.08. 2006 ca. 3 m nv for Magnolia off. Og utplantet nr. 2 av 2 dato 31.08. 2006 ca. - Staude. Høyde: 65 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster? Herdighet: Annet: -

-- Hemerocallis x? / Daglilje (N, DK, SF) / Daglilja (S) / Day Lily (GB) / Taglilie (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 31.08. 2006 - Staude. Høyde: 75 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster. Herdighet: Annet: -


-- X / (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: Annet: -

-- X / (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: Annet: -


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-- Fransk estragon (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 23.08. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen inntil sv hjørnet (v siden) av drivbenken der i øst. –

ok-- Achillea filipendulina Parkers Varietät / Praktryllik, Gullryllik (N) / - 2 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet den ene 23.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen inntil nø hjørnet. – Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: -

ok-- Lilium regale / Kongelilje (N, DK) / Kungslilja (S) / Kuningslilja (S) / Regal Lily / Königs-Lilie (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 23.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 2 m v & 1 m s for nø hjørnet. – Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: VII. Sol. Snittblomst. Herdighet: -

ok-- Alcea rosea Pleniflora / Stokkrose (N) / Stokrose (DK) / Stockros (S) / Salkoruusu (SF) / Hollyhock (GB) / Stockrose (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.08. 2006, utplantet 23.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 1 m v & 2 m n for sø hjørnet. – Staude. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: -

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ok-- Mahonia aquifolium Apollo / Mahonia (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 innmot Brønnens sørside. –

q-- Patriot / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 23.07. 2006 ca. x m s for Brønnens sø hjørne. – Og 1 stk. utplantet 2006 ca. 3 m s & 4 m ø for Dynetørkeplassen sv for Brønnen. Den samme som førstnevnte? -

q-- Blue Crop / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 23.07. 2006 ca. x m s for Brønnens sø hjørne. -

ok-- Vaccinium corymbosum Toro / - 2 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 100,- Etne Hagesenter 31.08. 2006, utplantet nr. 1 av 2 samme dag ca. 11 m v & 6, 5 m s for Flaggstang-stativet. Og nr. 2 av 2 samme dag ca. 1 m v for Dynehengeplassen sv for Brønnen. -

ok-- Vaccinium corymbosum Jersey / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 8 m n & 4 m v for Husets nv hjørne. Dvs. ca. 3 m n & 4 m v for Flaggstangstativet. -

-- Vaccinium corymbosum Goldtraube? / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. -

ok-- Vaccinium corymbosum Bluetta / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 2 m s & 3 m ø for Dynetørkeplassen sv for Brønnen. -

ok-- Vaccinium corymbosum Bluecrop / 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 100,- Etne Hagesenter 31.08. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 11 m v & 2, 5 m s for Flaggstang-stativet. –

ok-- Vaccinium corymbosum Bluecrop / Hageblåbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 2, 5 m s & 4 m v for Flaggstangstativet. –

ok-- Vaccinium corymb. Bluecrop / Kulturheidelbeere / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 149,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 3 m s & 2 m ø for Dynetørkeplassen sv for Brønnen. Og 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen utplantet omtrent samme tid ca. 3 m n & 3 m v for Brønnens nø hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: ”Frukt: Stor, aromatisk, süs-säuerlich.” -

ok-- Vaccinium corymbosum Northland / Blaubeere / Kulturheidelbeere / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 149,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 2 m s & 5 m v for Flaggstangstativet. - Fra merkelapp: ”Middelstor, fast, velsmakende.” -

ok-- Elaeagnus pungens Maculata / - Busk, vintergrønn. Høyde: 150 cm. - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 1 m v for Brønnens sv hjørne, innmot bergveggen der. -

ok-- Chamaemelum nobile Plena / Römische Kamille / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol. Hvite blomster. Steingarten. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 i sø enden av Nedre Kolonihagen. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Steinanlagen. Planteavstand: 30 cm. Langblühende, reizende Gebirgspflanze für durchlässige, magere Böden an sonnigen Stansorten. Sowohl für Steingarten und Trockenmauern, als auch für den Rand sonniger Staudenbeete geeignet.” -

ok-- Calamintha nepeta / Hedemynte / Stenkyndel / Catmint / Steinquendel / Kivikkokäenminttu / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, hlvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Karmøy18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, innmot sørsiden (vestlige hjørnet) av midtre søndre drivbenk. -

ok-- Rhododendron lut. Klondyke, Azalea Hybride / - 1 stk. kjøpt Flyplassveien Hagesenter Karmøy 18.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 3 m s & 4 m v for Flaggstangstativet. -

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ok-- Rhododendron Homebush, Asalia / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 3 m ø & 1 m n for Brønnens sø hjørne. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Løvfellende busk med sterkt rosa blomster i mai – juni. Liker sur og fuktig jord. Ca. høyde: 1 – 1, 5 m. Fin til grupper og som solitær. Herdighet: H4.” -

-- Nepeta subsessilis / Øykattemynte (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Lysblå blomster. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 79,- BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 innmot sørsiden av Nedre Kolonihagens utside, ca. -

-- Persicaria amplexicaulis / Ormrot / Duizendknoop / Knöterich / Knottgrass / Persicaire / - Samme som Polygonum amplexicaule? – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 79,- BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 6 m n & 3 m ø for det store gamle plommetreet. - Staude. Høyde: 120 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Halvskygge. Rødlige blomster. Herdighet: -

-- Polygonum amplexicaule (D. Don) / - ”Ligner ormerot, men med større, hjerteformede blad, de øvre nesten stengelomfattende. Blomster i tette aks, dyprøde. I: Himalaya. Dyrkes endel i hager, naturalisert på fuktige steder i England og Irland.” -

-- Basilikum, rødbladet / - kjøpt kr. 29,- BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, utplantet -

-- Crocosmia Lucifer / Gullværhane (N) / - kjøpt kr. 59,- BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. 4 m v & 1 m n for det gamle Flaggstangstativet. - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: Signalrøde blomster. Snittblomst. VII-VIII. Sol eller halvskygge. Vekstforhold: Vanlig jord. Herdighet: H2. -

-- Crocosmia x / - kjøpt kr. 79,- BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006, ca. 4 m v & 4 m n for det gamle Flaggstangstativet. - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: Guloransje blomster. Snittblomst. VII-VIII. Sol eller halvskygge. Vekstforhold: Vanlig jord. Herdighet: H2. -

-- Typha latifolia / Dunkjevle, Bredt dunkjevle (N) / Rohrkolben / - Staude. Vannplante, dybde: 20 – 50 cm? Høyde: 150 – 300 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,- (minus 50 % rabatt) BoGrønt Spanne 14.08. 2006, ompottet 19.08. 2006, utplantet -

-- Origanum vulgare / Oregano (N) / Kungsmynta (S) / Majoram / Majoran / Mäkmeirami / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. -

-- Aronia mel. Moskva E / Apfelbeere (D) / Aronia, Svartsurbær, Eplebær (N) / - Løvfellende busk – tre. Høyde: Blomstring: Frukt: Vekststed: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Drivhuset Raglamyr 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 ca. – Og 1 stk. utplantet 24.08. 2006 ca. 9, 5 m v & 3, 5 m s for Flaggstang-stativet. Og 1 stk. utplantet 24.08. 2006 ca. 11 m v & 1 m s for Flaggstang-stativet. –

-- Achillea millefolium Kirchkönigin / Røllike / Röllika / Ryllik / Kärsämö / Yarrow / Schafgarbe / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,- (minus 50 % rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr 14.08. 2006, utplantet 19.08. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, innmot nv hjørnet av utsiden av drivbenk nr. 5. – Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: Rosarøde blomster. VI-X. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: -

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-- Monarda citriodora / - Sådde frø (ifra Impecta i Sverige) våren 2006, som kom opp og ble til mange planter, som pr. 13.08. 2006 står i potter og trivs og vokser bra. En av de har såvidt begynt å blomstre. -

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-- Wisteria sinensis Prolific / Blåregn, Kinesisk blåregn (N) / - 1 stk. (ca. 1 m høy) 01.08. 2006 kjøpt kr. 169,- (minus 50 %) Drivhuset Oasen Haugesund (tlf. 52 71 73 55), utplantet 02.08. 2006 vestsiden i Midre Kolonihagen. - Fra merkelapp: ”Klatreplante, flerårig. Høyde: ca. 3 – 4 m. Blomstring: Blålilla blomster med duft i klaser. Varm, lun og solrik vokseplass. Planteavstand: 2 – 4 m. Herdighet: H3. Annet: ” –

-- Phyllostachys aurea / Bambus, Gullbambus, Gull-bambus (N) / Golden bamboo, Bamboo / - 1 stk. (nær 2 m høy) kr. 830,- (minus rabatt = 450,- kr) ca. 2 m. kjøpt 01.08. 2006 Drivhuset Raglamyr Oasen Hageland (tlf. 52 71 73 55), utplantet 02.08. 2006 ca. 11 m n & 3 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. - Staude. Bambus. Høyde: 3, 5 – 4, 5 m. - Fra merkelapp: ”Herkomst: China. Herdighet: well green throughout the year to minus 17 grader Celsius. Høyde: 3, 5 – 4, 5 m. Growth xuxge: moderate. Detail: decorative green stalks, finally 2 – 3 cm thick, beneath beautiful swellings. Lovely fresh, light green foliage. Properties: nice as a hedge or solitary, green throughout the year. Habitat: sunny at least during a part of the day. Care: plant in well damp soil with compost. During the growth period (about 6 months) water regularly! About February extra manure. After the second growth year cut thin branches and lowest leaves, so that the trunks come into sight nicely.” – PFAF: “Range: E. Asia - S.E. China. Habitat: Woodland [162]. Known Hazards: None known. Synonyms: Sinarundinaria aurea, Phyllostachys bambusoides aurea ((Carrière.)Makino.), Bambusa aurea (Hort. ex Carrière.) Family: Gramineae. Systematics: Order: Cyperales. Renamed to Poaceae -- Grass family. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen bamboo growing to 6 m by 6 m . It is hardy to zone 6. It is in leaf all year. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland). It requires moist soil and can tolerate drought. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Seed; Stem. Young shoots – cooked [61, 105, 177]. They can also be eaten raw and have very little bitterness [183]. They are said to be the sweetest of the genus [25]. The canes are about 15 mm in diameter [K]. The shoots are harvested in the spring when about 8 cm above the ground, cutting them about 5cm below soil level. Seed - raw or cooked. The seed is only produced at intervals of several years, it can be eaten in all the ways that rice s used and can also be ground into a flour and used as a cereal [183]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: Paper; Plant support; Wood. The canes make excellent plant supports and are also used for making items such as umbrella handles, walking sticks, fan handles and pipe stems [25, 162, 195]. The canes are very hard but super-flexible [195]. A fibre from the stems is used for making paper [189]. The stems are harvested at any time of the year and crushed with a hammer. They are then cooked for 2 hours or more with lye and beaten in a ball mill for 4 hours. The fibre makes a yellow/gold to cream paper [189]. Cultivation details: Requires a rich damp soil in a sheltered position [200]. Dislikes prolonged exposure to hard frosts [200]. Established plants are drought resistant [74]. A very hardy bamboo, it succeeds in most parts of Britain [25] but suffers leaf and culm damage at temperatures below about -15°c. Plants only flower at intervals of many years. When they do come into flower most of the plants energies are directed into producing seed and consequently the plant is severely weakened. They sometimes die after flowering, but if left alone they will usually recover though they will look very poorly for a few years. If fed with artificial NPK fertilizers at this time the plants are more likely to die [122]. Although called the ' Golden Bamboo', the leaves of this plant only turn golden if plants are grown in full sun [195], especially if the plants are half-starved. This species is considered by some botanists to be a part of P. bambusoides [25].
Cultivated for its edible shoots in China [25, 162], it has the sweetest taste of the genus [25]. It has been widely planted as an ornamental in the Mediterranean and seems to be naturalizing there [50]. This species is notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. The rootstock is running [25], but not aggressively so, the plant forming fairly tight clumps [195]. New shoots are produced from late May [25]. This is a good companion species to grow in a woodland because the plants have shallow root systems that do not compete with deep tree roots [195]. Propagation: Seed - surface sow as soon as it is ripe in a greenhouse at about 20°c. Do not allow the compost to dry out. Germination usually takes place fairly quickly so long as the seed is of good quality, though it can take 3 - 6 months. Grow on in a lightly shaded place in the greenhouse until large enough to plant out. Seed is rarely available. Division in spring as new growth commences. Divisions from the open ground do not transplant well, so will need careful treatment and nurturing under cover in pots until at least late spring [238]. Division is best carried out in wet weather and small divisions will establish better than large clumps [238]. Another report says that you can take large divisions from established clumps and transfer them straight to their permanent positions, misting or drenching them frequently until they are established [200].
Basal cane cuttings in spring.” -

q-- Euonymus planpipes / Sakalinabeinved, Sakalinbeinved (N) / Spindle tree / Pfaffenhütchen / Fusain / Trzmielina plaskoogonkowa / Kardinaalsmuts / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 200 cm. Blomstring: IV-V. Sol, halvskygge. Frukter: X. Beskjæring: Ingen. - 1 stk. kr. 299,- (minus rabatt = 150,- kr) ca. 1 m. kjøpt 01.08. 2006 Drivhuset Raglamyr Oasen Hageland (tlf. 52 71 73 55), utplantet 02.08. 2006 ca. x m n & x m ø for Husets nø hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: ”Blodrøde frukter m/ oransje frøkapsler i sept. – okt. Blomstring har liten prydverdi. Tåler skygge.” -

-- Prunus armenica Hargrand / Aprikos (N) / - kr. 499,- (minus rabatt = 250,- kr) ca. 1, 5 m. kjøpt 01.08. 2006 Drivhuset Raglamyr Oasen Hageland (tlf. 52 71 73 55), utplantet 02.08. 2006 ca. 7 – 8 m n for Husets nø hjørne. RLH, 19.07. 2007: Trivdes åpenbart ikke (antagligvis for våt og sur jord, og ble gravd opp og satt i potte i Øvre Drivhuset forleden dag. Håper treet berger. - Fra merkelapp: ”Varm og lun vekstplass, helst i drivhus.” –

-- Tripterygium regelii / Kardemommebusk (N) / - kr. 149,- (minus rabatt = 75,- kr) ca. 1, 5 m. kjøpt 01.08. 2006 Drivhuset Raglamyr Oasen Hageland (tlf. 52 71 73 55), utplantet 02.08. 2006 litt ovom ”Rundkjøringen” v for Hønsehuset. – Busk og klatreplante. Høyde: 2 – 8 m. Blomstring: VII. Små, lyse i store klaser. Frukter: Lyse grønne med 3 vinger. Grener, bladverk: Ovale, opptil 5 cm blad, på rødbrune grener. Frodig. Herdighet: H5. Formering: Skuddstiklinger og frø. Opprinnelse: Fra Korea, Japan, Manchuria. - Fra merkelapp: ”Høyde / bredde efter 10 år: 4, 0 – 8,0 / 1,5 – 3, 0. Vokseplass: Sol, halvskygge, skygge. Næringsrik og fuktig jord. Pleie: Kan vokse fritt inntil trestammer, fjellrabber, murer m.m. Tåler all verdens beskjæring. Biplante. Herdighet: H5 i H6 k.” -

-- Oregano vulg. / - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 01.08. 2006, utplantet 02.08. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagens nv hjørne. -

-- Chaenomeles superba Fire Dance / Eldkvede (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 154,- (minus 50 % rabatt) ca. 1 m. kjøpt 01.08. 2006 Drivhuset Raglamyr Oasen Hageland (tlf. 52 71 73 55), utplantet 02.08. 2006 sørsiden av Øvre Kolonihagen, ved inngangen der. -

-- Morus nigra / Svart morbær (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 275,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg 01.08. 2006, utplantet 02.08. 2006 øst-siden i Midre Kolonihagen. - Løvfellende tre. Høyde: 8 – 15 m. Blomstring: V-VI. Frukt: Herdighet: Annet: -

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-- Ligularia przewalski / Nøkketunge (N) / Aks-Brandbæger (DK) / Spirstånds (S) / Valtikkanauhus (SF) / Kreuzkraut / - Flyttet 08. 2006 ifra Urtesteingardens sø ende til potte satt i Øvre Kolonihagen. -

-- Diervilla som stod under sørvest-enden av Trampolinenen ved Hønsehuset, flyttet derfra 24.07. 2006 til potte i Øvre Kolonihagen. Fjærfeet herjet for mye på den hvor den var plantet. – Gaultheria shalon / - som stod utplantet sø for det store plommetreet ble flyttet til potte i Øvre Kolonihagen 24.07. 2006. -

-- Aronia som stod utplantet ca. 10 m n & 7 m ø for Husets nø hjørne, ble flyttet 23.07. 2006 – til potte som settes i Øvre Kolonihagen. (Planten var trampet meget istykker, men kan komme seg.) –

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-- Fumaria officinalis / Jordrøyk (N) / - 1-årig? Høyde: inntil 70 cm. Blomstring: Rosa blomster med fiolette tupper. Voksested: Veldrenert jord, udyrket mark. Europa. Herdighet: Anvendelse: Notat: RLH, 23.07. 2006: 1 eks. i Midtre Kolonihagen ca. meteren ifra nordre steinmuren, brer seg nu utover og blomstrer. -

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-- Angelica archangelica Maiorum / Angelica archangelica Sativa / Vossakvann (N) / - Staude, 2-årig. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: Grønn-hvit. VII-VIII. Hardførhet: - 2 stk. kjøpt ca. 40,- kr. pr. stk. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet begge formiddagen 26.07. 2006 nordsiden (nordøst) for Huset her. -

-- Angelica Archangelica Maiorum / Vossakvann? (N) / - 1 stk. potte med to planter ifra Eirik 16.06. 2006, kjøpt ifra Plantetunet pryd- og nyttestauder, Kari Opedal Jåstad, N-5781 Lofthus, Norge. Tlf.: 53 66 35 19. Priklet de to plantene til hver sin potte 17.06. 2006. Utplantet formiddagen 26.07. 2006 nr. 1 og nr. 2 nordsiden (nordøst) for Huset her. -

-- Anthoxanthum odoratum / Gulaks, Vaniljegras (N) / - Staude. Gress. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: Grønne aks. V-VI. Anvendelse: Notat: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen i sø enden der. -

-- Agatache aurantiaea / / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: Anvendelse. Notat: - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 i Kolonihagen. -

-- Althaea officinalis / Legestokkrose (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 130 cm. Blomstring: Hvitrosa. VIII-IX. Anvendelse: Notat: Herdighet: - 2 stk. kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 nv for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

q-- Pychnanthemum tenuifolium / Edelmynte (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 nv for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

-- Tanacetum balsamita / Balsamblad (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen, ca. 2 – 3 m v for midten av østveggen der. - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: Voksested: Næringsrik, veldrenert, litt tørr jord. Europa, Asia. Herdighet: -

-- Inula helenium / Alantrot (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 innmot østsiden utsiden av Nedre Kolonihagen, ca. 2 – 3 m ifra Kolonihagens sø hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: inntil 3 m. Blomstring: Gule blomster. Anvendelse: Herdighet: Voksested: Fuktig engmark, skyggefull jord. Eurasia. Notat: -

-- Isatis tinctoria / Vaid (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, ompottet (3 stk. i potten) til annen potte 24.07. 2006, utplantet - 2-årig plante. Bladrosett det første året og opprette blomsterstilker med små, gule blomster øverst det andre året. Høyde: inntil 1 m. Blomstring: Herdighet: Voksested: Udyrket mark, berggrunn, tørt. Øst-Europa, Vest-Asia. Anvendelse: Notat: -

-- Sedum rosea / Rosenrot (N) / - 1 stk. (av ukjent kjønn) kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 23.07. 2006 i Stenbed-fjellhagen ø for Hønsehuset og Fjøsen. - Staude. Særbu. Høyde: inntil 30 cm. Blomstring: Anvendelse: Herdighet: Notat: Voksested: Skrinn, nøytral jord, berggrunn. Nordlige halvkule. Alpin plante. -

-- Perilla frutescens var. crispa / Perilla (N) / - 1-årig? - 1 stk. liten potte kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2007 i Øvre Kolonihagen et par meter ifra midten av innsiden av østveggen der. -

q-- Stachys officinalis / Legebetonie (N) / - Staude. Høyde: opptil 100 cm. Blomstring: Blekt magentarøde bøomster. Anvendelse: Herdighet: Voksested: Gressbakker, åpen skog, Europa, Asia. Notat: - 1 stk. liten potte kjøpt ca. pr. stk. 40,- kr. Plantetunet Kari Opedal 19.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 nv for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

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-- Glycyrrhiza glabra / Lakrisplante (N) / Liquorice (GB) / - 2 stk. kjøpt ca. 40,- kr. pr. stk. Plantetunet Kari Opedal i Kinsarvik 19.07. 2006, utplantet begge 24.07. 2006, med et par meters mellomrom, i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 1, 5 m s for nordre steinmuren. - “Family: Leguminosae. Synonyms: Glycyrrhiza glandulifera (Waldst.&Kit.). Known Hazards: A gross overdose of the root can cause oedema, high blood pressure and congestive heart failure [9, 65]. Range: Europe – Mediterranean. Habitat: Dry open places [50], especially in sandy places near the sea [132]. Other Possible Synonyms: G. glabra var. glandulifera[G] Glycyrriza glabra[Sill] Liquiritia officinalis[H]. Other Common Names: Cultivated Licorice [P,B ], Gan Cao [E ], Iriqsus [E ], Kan T'Sao [E ], Kan Ts'Ao [E ], Licorice [E,H,S ], Liquirita [E ], Liquorice [H ], Madhuka [E ], Meyankoku [E ], Mi Ts'Ao [E ], Regaliz [E ], Russian Liquorice [H ], Sus Maikik [E ], Sweetwood [H ], True Licorice [H ]. Epithets: glabra = glabrous; glycyrrhiza = sweet root. Systematics: Order: Fabales . Renamed to Fabaceae -- Pea family. Other Range Info: China; Europe; India; Iraq; Japan; Kurdistan; Spain; Turkey; Us. Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1.2 m by 1 m . It is hardy to zone 8. It is in flower from June to July. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. It can fix Nitrogen. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Cultivated Beds. Cultivar 'Pontefract': Cultivated Beds. Cultivar 'Poznan': Cultivated Beds. Edible Uses: Root; Sweetener; Tea. Root - raw or used as a flavouring. The source of liquorice powder that is extracted and used in sweets, baked goods, ice cream, soft drinks etc[7, 34, 100, 183], it is also used medicinally. A sweet and delicious flavour, but the root is very fibrous[K]. The root contains glycyrrhizin, a substance that is 50 times sweeter than sucrose [171, 183, 238]. The dried root is often used for chewing, it is excellent for teething children and also as a tooth cleaner [7, 34]. A tea made from the roots is an excellent thirst quencher [21]. The powdered root is also used as a sweetener in other herb teas [183]. The leaves are used as a tea substitute in Mongolia [183]. Medicinal Uses: Alterative; Antiinflammatory; Antispasmodic; Demulcent; Diuretic; Emollient; Expectorant; Laxative; Pectoral; Tonic. Liquorice his one of the most commonly used herbs in Western herbal medicine and has a very long history of use, both as a medicine and also as a flavouring to disguise the unpleasant flavour of other medications [4]. It is a very sweet, moist, soothing herb that detoxifies and protects the liver [238] and is also powerfully anti-inflammatory, being used in conditions as varied as arthritis and mouth ulcers [254]. The root is alterative, antispasmodic, demulcent, diuretic, emollient, expectorant, laxative, moderately pectoral and tonic [4, 9, 21, 46, 165, 178]. The root has also been shown to have a hormonal effect similar to the ovarian hormone [7]. Liquorice root is much used in cough medicines and also in the treatment of catarrhal infections of the urinary tract [4]. It is taken internally in the treatment of Addison's disease, asthma, bronchitis, coughs, peptic ulcer, arthritis, allergic complaints and following steroidal therapy [238]. It should be used in moderation and should not be prescribed for pregnant women or people with high blood pressure, kidney disease or taking digoxin-based medication [238]. Prolonged usage raises the blood pressure and causes water retention [7, 238]. See also the notes above on toxicity. Externally, the root is used in the treatment of herpes, eczema and shingles [238]. The root is harvested in the autumn when 3 - 4 years old and is dried for later use [4, 238]. Other Uses: Fibre; Miscellany. The plant yields a substance that is used for etching steel sections in photomicrographic work [171]. Extracts from the root are used as a foaming agent in beers and fire extinguishers [238]. A fibre obtained from the roots is used for insulation, wallboard, boxboard etc [4, 171]. The fibres can be used after the medicinal and flavouring constituents of the root have been removed [4]. Cultivation details: Requires a deep well cultivated fertile moisture-retentive soil for good root production [200]. Prefers a sandy soil with abundant moisture and does not flourish in clay [4]. Slightly alkaline conditions produce the best plants [238]. The plant thrives in a maritime climate [7]. Plants are hardy to about -15°c [200]. Liquorice is often cultivated for its edible root which is widely used in medicine and as a flavouring. There are some named varieties [183]. The ssp. glandulifera grows in Russia and produces adventitious roots up to 10 cm thick [142]. Yields of 10 - 12 tonnes per hectare were considered good in the early 20th century, this only being attained in the fourth year of growth [4]. Unless seed is required, the plant is usually prevented from flowering so that it puts more energy into producing good quality roots [238]. The bruised root has a characteristic sweet pungent smell [245]. Plants are slow to settle in and do not produce much growth in their first two years after being moved [4]. The young growth is also very susceptible to damage by slugs and so the plant will require some protection for its first few years [K]. A fairly deep-rooting plant, the roots are up to 120 cm long [4]. It can be difficult to eradicate once it is established [238]. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby [200]. Propagation: Pre-soak the seed for 24 hours in warm water and then sow spring or autumn in a greenhouse [200]. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle, and grow them on for their first winter in a greenhouse. Plant out in late spring or early summer when in active growth. Plants are rather slow to grow from seed [238]. Division of the root in spring or autumn. Each division must have at least one growth bud. Autumn divisions can either be replanted immediately or stored in clamps until the spring and then be planted out[200]. It is best to pt up the smaller divisions and grow them on in a cold frame until they are established before planting them out in the spring or summer. Scent: Root: Crushed Dried. The bruised root has a characteristic sweet pungent smell. Cultivars: 'Russian' - The sweet extract obtained from the roots is used as a flavouring in foods, drinks and medicines [183]. - 'Poznan' - The roots have a higher sugar content than 'Pontefract [183]. This is the most commonly grown cultivar of liquorice [K], it is less hardy than 'Pontefract' and will require winter protection in the colder areas of the country. - 'Pontefract' - A hardier but tougher cultivar than the more commonly grown 'Poznan', it succeeds outdoors in most parts of the country. The roots are less sweet than 'Poznan'.” -

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-- Salvia tricolor / - 1 stk. potte med noen planter kjøpt kr. 30,- ca. 14.07. 2006, utplantet 22.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen ca. 1 – 1, 5 m ifra nordre steinmuren. - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - Fra merkelapp: ”Smak: Skarp-aromatisk kamferlignende. Bruk: Kjøtt, skinke, ost, fet fisk og gryteretter.” -

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-- Knautia macedonica / Mazedonische Witwenblume / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 14.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen innmot sv hjørnet av drivbenken lengst sø. - Fra merkelapp: ”Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: Røde blomster. VII-IX. Sol. Lebensbereich: Beet. Planteavstand: 60 cm. Anspruchlose W-staude für warme, sonnige, trockene Platze. Sie bieten eine lange Blütezeit. Gute Bienenweide.” -

q-- Malva moschata / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 23.07. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen. -

q-- Anchusa azurea / Oksetunge (N) / Ochsenzunge / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 14.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Blå blomster. Sol. Anvendelse: Bed. Planteavstand: 50 cm. Herdighet: ” – Fra merkelapp: ”Kräftig wachsende Stauden mit rauhhaarigen, länglichen Blättern und leuchtendblauen Blüten. Gut mit Humus und Nährstoffen versorgte Böden. Sie treten durch die Farbintensität ihrer blauen Blüten hervor. Winterschutz ratsam.” -

-- Campanula trachelium / Nesselglockenblume / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 14.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen innmot kompostbingen i sø hjørnet. - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Blå blomster. Sol. Herdighet: ” – Staude. Høyde: 80 – 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge, lett skygge. Blå blomster. Snittplante. Planteavstand: 30 cm. Herdighet: ” – Fra merkelapp: ”Für humusreiche, durchlässige und trockene Böden im lichten Schatten geeignet. Trockenheitsverträglich. Aus als Schnittblume geeignet. Lebensbereich: Gehölzrand.” -

-- Geranium sanguineum / Storchschnabel / Blodstorkenebb (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 14.07. 2006 i Kolonihagen. - Staude. Høyde: 30 - 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Røde blomster. Sol - Halvskygge. Planteavstand: 35 cm. Herdighet: ” – Fra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Freifläche / Gehölzrand. Wüchsiger Flächendecker für kalkhaltige, mäsig nährstoffreiche, durchlässige Böden in Sonne – Halbschatten. Gut vor Gehölzen und an Böschungen Auch empfehlenswert: die weisblühende Form.” –

-- Aronia melanocarpa Moskva E / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 på nordsiden av bekken ifra Rørbekkens utløp. -

-- Aronia melanocarpa Moskva E / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 på nordsiden av bekken ifra Rørbekkens utløp. -

-- Boysenberry / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 24.07. 2006 inntil østveggen i Nedre Kolonihagen. -

-- Rubus id. Sunberry / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 98,- Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet 23.07. 2006 innmot sø hjørnet av Nedre Kolonihagen, sørsiden der. -

-- Fuksia / - 2 stk. fått ifra Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, det ene satt i stor potte (gul med fugler på) i Nedre Kolonihagen 14.07. 2006. -

-- Fuksia / - 1 stk. fått ifra Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, utplantet -

-- Hortensia / - 1 stk. fått ifra Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen 13.07. 2006, pottet samme kveld. -

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-- Hyssopus officinalis / Hyssop / Isop (N) / - Staude, halvbusk, delvis vintergrønn. Høyde: 30 - 50 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Blå blomster. Sol. - 1 stk. potte kjøpt kr. 49,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.07. 2006, utplantet 05.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen. -

-- Salvia sclarea / Salvie / Stäppsalvia (S) / Muskatsalvia / Sauge Sclaree / Salvia / Muskatellersalbei / - Staude. Høyde: 80 – 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.07. 2006, utplantet 05.07. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen. -


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-- Aronia melanocarpa Terje / - 1 stk. (kr. 89,-) ifra Eirik 16.06. 2006, utplantet 17.06. 2006 ca. 4 m ø & 3 m n for Brønnens sø hjørne. -

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-- Spirea x? / - 1 stk. – ifra komposthaugen til Etne Hagesenter i fjor? – utplantet 30.05. 2006 ca. -

-- Kvede ifra frø våren 2005, stått overvintret i kjelleren, utplantet 3 stk. 30.05. 2006. Nr. 1 og 2 av 3 på første hylle nedenfor Rørbekkens utløp i nø enden av eiendommen her. Og nr. 3 av 3 lengre opp, ca. 12? m sør for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren. -

-- Rhododendron x? / - Med gulhvite blomster og noe små blader, utplantet 30.05. 2006 ca. 8? m nord for det store gamle plommetreet. -

-- Solbær, stikling? 2005, utplantet 29.05. 2006 ca. 4 m n & 2 m ø for svarthyll Black Beauty. -

-- Klosterklokker ifra Trond Høy forleden dag, utplantet 29.05. 2006. -

-- Clematis x? / - Ifra komposthaugen til Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 29.05. 2006 innmot nordsiden av vestspissen av Legjerdet. -

-- Clematis x? / - Ifra komposthaugen til Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 29.05. 2006 -

-- Clematis x? / - Ifra komposthaugen til Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 29.05. 2006 -

-- Clematis x? / - Ifra komposthaugen til Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 29.05. 2006 -

-- Clematis x? / - Ifra komposthaugen til Etne Hagesenter, utplantet 29.05. 2006 -

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q-- Veronica officinalis / Legeveronika (N) / Krybende ærenpris (DK) / Ärenplis (S) / Veronique / Speedwell (GB) / Ehrenpreis (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,-? Krogstad Planter AS, Anleggsgartner og Hagesenter, (Adresse: Sørvåg, N-5563 Førresfjorden, Norge. Org. nr. 986 585 621.), dato 26.05. 2006, utplantet Kolonihagen. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa Boskoop / Kiwi / Cinese Gooseberry / Strahlengriffel / - Løvfellende, klatrende busk. Selvbefruktende. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol. Frukt: IX-X. Beskjæring: Nei. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 179,- Krogstad Planter AS, Anleggsgartner og Hagesenter, (Adresse: Sørvåg, N-5563 Førresfjorden, Norge. Org. nr. 986 585 621.), dato 26.05. 2006, utplantet bak kristtornene her vest for Huset og nord for Ildhuset. -

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-- Azalea Knap-Hill-Hybride Berryrose / - 1 stk. fint eks. over meteren kjøpt kr. 298,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 15.05. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m nord & 6, 5 m øst for Brønnens nø hjørne. - Løvfellende busk. Høyde: Blomstring: V-VI. Rosa blomster. Halvskygge. -

-- Heptacodium miconioides / Seven-Son Flower (USA) / - Løvfellende busk, flerstammet. Høyde: ca. 3 – 6 m høy, noe mindre bred. Blomstring: Bleke, kremhvite, velduftende blomster i klaser fra august til inn i oktober og november. Sol, halvskygge. Fuktig jord. Frukter: Rødlige. Opprinnelse: Kina. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 15.05. 2006, utplantet 15.05. 2006 ca. 2 m nord & 2 m øst for Brønnens nø hjørne. -

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-- Lilium oriental Casablanca / - Staude. Høyde: 120 – 150 cm. Plantedybde: 15 cm. Planteavstand: 25 cm. Blomstring: Hvite blomster. VII-VIII. Dufter. Sol, halvskygge. – 2 stk. knoller kjøpt ca. kr. 39,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.05. 2006, utplantet 13.05. 2006, den ene sørsiden Huset her. -

-- Lilium trumpet Regale / - Staude. Høyde: 140 cm. Plantedybde: 15 cm. Planteavstand: 25 cm. Blomstring: Hvite blomster. VII. Dufter. Sol, halvskygge. - 2 stk. knoller kjøpt ca. kr. 39,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.05. 2006, utplantet 13.05. 2006, den ene sørsiden Huset her. -

-- Aspargus Gijnlim / - Staude. Høyde: - ”Planteavstand: 50 cm. Plantedybde: 10 cm under med topp klump. Jord: Normal hagejord. Gjødsel: 15-4-12 klorfri 50 g pr. m3 vår / høst. Høsting: Fra skuddene kommer i mai til 1. juli. Plante-år 0 avling, 2. år 10% avling, 3. år full avling. Levetid 15 – 60 år.” - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.05. 2006, utplantet 13.05. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen, Drivbenken innmot vestsiden der, midtre avdeling. -

-- Micromeria fruticosa / Kleine munt / Petite Menthe / Small mint / Arabisches Bergkraut / Liten mynta / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: III-IX. – ”Blande bladen med olje og salt så får du en oppfriskende pesto.” - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.05. 2006, utplantet 13.05. 2006 i Øvre Kolonihagen, Drivbenken innmot vestsiden der, søndre avdeling, sv hjørnet. -

-- Løvemunn, gul / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.05. 2006, utplantet samme kveld i Kolonihagen -

-- Soløye / - 1 stk. potte med flere planter kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.05. 2006, utplantet 13.05. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen, Drivbenken lengst imot nø, sørsiden i den. -

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-- Cotoneaster erecta? / - Fikk 1 stk. ifra Bjarne Heggebø 11.05. 2006, utplantet 12.05. 2006 ca. 2, 5 m nord & 1 m vest for søndre steinmurens sø hjørne. -

-- Primula x? / Kuleprimula, hvit / - Fikk noen få stk. ifra Bjarne Heggebø i Ølen 11.05. 2006, utplantet 12.05. 2006. -

-- Primula x? / - Slags lav primula med rødlige blomster. / - Fikk noen få stk. ifra Bjarne Heggebø i Ølen 11.05. 2006, utplantet 12.05. 2006 i og utenfor kolonihagen. -

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-- Aronia Serina / - 1 stk. 09.05. 2006 Ødegård utplantet 12.05. 2006 ca. 5, 5 m nord for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Elaeagnus angustifolia / - 1 stk. 09.05. 2006 Ødegård samme dag

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-- Aronia Serina / - 2 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet samme dag, den ene ca. 4 m vest & 4 m nord for det gamle store plommetreet, den andre ca. 4 m vest & 6 m nord for det store gamle plommetreet. RLH, 12.05. 2006: Begge disse ble stygt hærjet under skogbrannen forleden, påkjørt grundig av brannbiler, traktorer og slikt. Vet ikke enda om de kan berge ifra roten. – RLH, 10.06. 2006: Det lengst nord av de to nevnte flyttet jeg i dag, til ca. 4, 5 m ø & 4, 5 m n for det store gamle Plommetreet. -


-- Salix hylematica / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 70,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet -

-- Crocosmia? Cosmos? / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet -

-- Margeritt / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet 07.05. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen -

-- Hagenellik, rød / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 30,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet -

-- Nellik / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet samme dag inntil -

-- Bacopa / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet 07.05. 2006 -

-- Nepeta faassenii / Prydkattemynte (N) / Staude. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Blå blomster. Sol. Høyde: 50 cm. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 06.05. 2006, utplantet 07.05. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagen innmot sørsiden (utsiden, sørvestlige hjørnet) av Drivbenken lengst imot sør i midre rad. -

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q-- Achillèa millefòlium Kirschkönigin / Ryllik (N) / Røllike (DK) / Röllika (S) / Kärsämö / Yarrow / Schafgarbe / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: Rødrosa hvit. VI-X. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. ifra komposten til Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 02.05. 2006 -

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q-- Artemisia absinthium? x Castle / Malurt / - 1 stk. ifra ca. 2 m sør & 2, 5 m øst for Husets sv hjørne, til nø for det store gamle plommetreet. Dessuten 2 stk. småplanter, antagligvis frøplanter ifra denne, ifra ca. 3, 5 m sør & 2, 5 m øst for Husets sv hjørne, til potter nu foreløbig satt i Kolonihagen. Utført av rlh 13.05. 2006. –

-- Populus tremula Erecta / Søyleosp (N) / - 2 stk. 13.05. 2006 flyttet ifra det midlertidige feltet øst for huset her, til innmot nordre steinmuren. Det ene til øverst (lengst imot vest) i rekken. (Det hadde svært så lange røtter, - den ene som en blyanttykk slange bortimot 2 meter.) Det andre inne i Midre Kolonihagen (Bie-rommet), i nø hjørnet der, som erstatning for det som helt brant opp i skogbrannen forleden dag. Av det som stod der fra før av var bare roten igjen, - som jeg plantet i en potte. -

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q-- Iris, tue få m nv for Fjøsets nv hjørne flyttet 02.05. 2006 til -

q-- Duehode, tue få m nv for Fjøsets nv hjørne flyttet (det meste av tuen) 02.05. 2006 til -

q—Pipeholurt inntil sørveggen til Snekkerbua, flyttet 03.05. 2006 til innmot østveggen til Nedre Kolonihagen. -

q—Staude inntil sørveggen til Snekkerbua (ca. 1, 5 m ifra sø hjørnet), flyttet 03.05. 2006 til Nedre Kolonihagen. Sørøstre hjørnet av utsiden til drivbenk nr. 1 (sv). -

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-- Gaultheria procumbens / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 70,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 28.04. 2006, utplantet 04.04. 2006 ca. 6 m øst og 1 m nord for det store gamle plommetreet. Innnot store laurbærheggen der, – og ca. 0, 5 m mere nord (nø) er en Gaultheria shallon. - ”Grondwater: Normal, Nat, Licht: Schaduw, Half schaduw, Hoogte: < 0, 20 m, Bloeikleur / vorm: Wit / Creme, Bloeitijd: VI-VII-VIII.” – RLH, 10.06. 2006: Denne ble flyttet 07.06. 2006 til ca. 1, 2 m s & 1, 2 m ø for Brønnens sø hjørne. -

q-- Prunus persica Riga / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 400,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 28.04. 2006, utplantet 29.04. 2006 & - ”(C 3GT) Meget hardfør og sunn fersken. Store lyserøde blomster før løvspring. Store rødkinnede frukter med hvit fruktkjøtt. Søt og god smak. Modner på friland. Best ved mur eller varm vegg.” – ”Middelstor, saftig, rødkindet, hvidkødet fersken. Anvendes sist i august. Moderat voksende træ / busk. Sund og hårdfør. Modstandsdyktig mod blæresyge. Plantes tørt og varmt.” -

q-- Cornus mas / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 175,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 28.04. 2006, utplantet 04.05. 2006 ca. -

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-- Gaultheria wisleyensis / - 2 stk. kjøpt av Eirik 21.04. 2006 for meg på Gimle Planteskole. Eirik hadde de med hit 27.04. 2006. Utplantet begge 04.05. 2006. Den ene ca. 2, 5 m øst for Brønnens sø hjørne. Den andre ca. 1 m sør og 0, 5 m øst for Brønnens sø hjørne. - RLH, 12.10. 2004: Sjekkes nærmere. De har noen eks. Gimle Planteskole, som efter hvert vil bli å få kjøpt der. - Se iøvrig under Gaultheria x Jingle Bells.

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-- Syringa vulgaris Primrose / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 4 m s og 3 m v for Øvre kolonihagens sv hjørne. - 

-- Clematis piilu / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 69,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag sv hjørne øvre Kolonihage. - Blomstring: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Røde og rosa blomster. Herdighet: Opprinnelse: -

q-- Satureja montana / Sar (N) / Bohnenkraut / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet 27.04. 2006 i drivbenk i Kolonihagen. Innsiden sv hjørnet i drivbenk nr. 2 (bakerst – imot nord) av rekken lengst imot øst. - ”Blätter und Stengel für Fleisch und Bohnengerichte. Küchengarten. Pflanzabstand: 30 cm. Das Bohnenkraut stammt aus dem Mittelmeerländern und gedeiht im Garten auf trockenen, kalkhaltigen Plätzen. Es trägt weise, rosa Lippenblüten, die gerne von Insekten besucht werden. Frisch und getrocknet als Zutat zu Bohnengericchten, Eintöpfen und Fleisch.” –

q-- Anthemis marschalliana / Bergkamille / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet 02.05. 2006 i Kolonihagen. - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Gule blomster. Sol. Herdighet: - ”Silberne Staudenschätze. Lebensbereich: Felssteppe. Pflanzabstand: 25 cm. Für geschützten sonnigen Standort und magere, durchlässige Böden.” -

-- Lamiastrum galeobdolon Florentinum / Goldnessel / Gullnesle (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Skygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet 02.05. 2006 i Kolonihagen, sø hjørnet. – ”Lebensbereich: Gehölz. Pflanzabstand: 25 cm. Wüchsiger, anspruchsloser Flächendecker für Grosfläche, Unterpflanzungen von Bäumen, Sträuchern, Blätter sind weisbunt gefleckt, wintergrün. Er benötigt humusreiche, frische Böden. Insektennahrungsquelle.” –

q-- Nasturtium officinale / Brunnenkresse / Brønnkarse (N) / - Staude. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet - ”Feinwürzig, hervorragende Salatpflanze. Küchengarten. Lebensbereich: Wasserrand. Pflanzabstand: 30 cm. Heimische Brunnenkresse ist seit alters her ein beliebter Salat, oder als würzige Beigabe zu anderen Salaten. Sie benötigt einen dauernassen Standort, beliebt auch am Rand kleiner Hausteiche. Gelegentlicher Rückschnitt fördert den frischen Neuaustrieb.” -

q-- Primula veris / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet 02.05. 2006 i Kolonihagen. -

-- Rubus frut. Kotata / Bjørnebær (N) / - ifra Grimstad - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet 01.05. 2006 ca. 6 m sør og 6 m øst for øvre enden av søndre steinmuren. - ”Kraftigvoksende, med torner. Store, svarte og smakfulle bær. Fine til likør, syltetøy og dessert. H4.” -

q-- Vitis labrusca Hasansky Sladki, Blå drue / - ifra Grimstad – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, - er det liv i den? – RLH, 30.06. 2006: Ja da. Utplantet i dag 30.06. 2006 i Nedre Kolonihagens sv hjørne pluss ca. 3 m nord. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Salgsstr.: CO 1, 5 30 – 40 cm. Små, søte druer rik på C-vitaminer. Ved vinlegging oppnås en beaujolais lignende smak. Har tålt 25 – 30 minus.” -

q-- Aronia melanocarpa Moskva E / Svartsurbær (N) / - ifra Grimstad – "Norsk utvalg ifra planter i Moskva.” - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 27.04. 2006, utplantet noen dager før 02.05. 2006 ca. 8, 5 m nord & 3, 5 m vest for Husets nø hjørne. - ”Herdighet: H6. Høyde: 2, 5 m. Bredde: 1, 5 m. Stor prydverdi. Hvite blomster. Ildrød høstfarge. Bær til husholdning.” -

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-- Syringa / Syrin / - 1 stk. ifra Etne Hagesenter sin komposthaug, utplantet 10.06. 2006 ca. 5, 3 m ø & 4 m n for det store gamle Plommetreet. -

-- Thuja

-- Gullbusk / - 2 stk. – 1 stk. gullbusk utplantet 05. 2006 ca. 2 m nord & 6, 5 m øst for Brønnens nø hjørne. -

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-- 12? stk. Syringa / - utplantet 26.04. 2006. -

-- 5 stk. gullbusk / - utplantet 26.04. 2006. -

-- 4 stk. Thuja / - utplantet 26.04. 2006. –

-- Kulethuja / -

-- 4 stk. Amelanchier / - utplantet 26.04. 2006. -

-- 2 stk. solbær? / - utplantet 26.04. 2006. -

-- 4 stk. edelgran? / - utplantet 26.04. 2006. -

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-- Malva sylvestris mauritiana / Malva sylvestris Mauritiana / Rosenmalve / Apotekerkattost / Rödmalva (S) / Kaasjeskruid / Hollyhock mallow / Musk mallow / Mauve alcèe / Maurinkiiltomalva / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,-? Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 25.04. 2006, utplantet noen dager før 02.05. 2006 ca. 1, 5 m sør for Nedre Kolonihagens sv hjørne. Inntil plommetreet (Deolin) der. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund kr. 45,- utplantet 19.05. 2007 i Midtre Kolonihagen. - Staude. Høyde: 50 - 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Rødlige blomster. Sol. Planter pr. m2: 5. -

q-- Calamagròstis acutiflòra Karl Foerster / Hagerørkvein (N) / Rörven (S) / Havesandrør (DK) / Koristekastikka (SF) / Feather Reed Grass (UK) / Reitgras / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,-? Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 25.04. 2006, utplantet 26.04. 2006 ved leveggen. - Staude. Høyde: 150 – 190 cm. Blomstring: Rødlige blomster. VI-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - RLH, 26.04. 2006: En av hundene våre (Bobby) så ut til å være nokså ivrig til å spise av denne planten i dag. -

q-- Typha latifolia / Rohrkolben / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,-? Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 25.04. 2006, utplantet - Staude. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Plassering: Sol. Vannstand: 20 – 50 cm. Herdighet: -

q-- Hagenellik / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 12,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 25.04. 2006, utplantet 02.05. 2006 -

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-- Carya ovata / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 180,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 25.04. 2006, utplantet 04.05. 2006 ca. 2, 5 m v & 2, 5 m s for Øvre Kolonihagens sv hjørne. Inntil solbærbusk (?) der (ifra komposten Etne Hagesenter forleden dag). -

-- Carya ovata / Shagbark Hickory / - PFAF: “Family: Juglandaceae. Synonyms: Juglans ovata (Mill.), Hicoria ovata ((Mill.)Britton.), Carya alba ((L.)Nutt. non Koch.). Known Hazards: None known. Range: Eastern N. America - Quebec to Ontario, south to Florida, Kansas and Texas. Habitat: Dry upland slopes, rich deep moist soils and well drained soils of lowland and valleys [43, 62, 82]. Other Possible Synonyms: C. ovata var. fraxinifolia[B,P] C. ovata var. nuttallii [B,P] C. ovata var. pubescens [B,P] C. tomentosa [B,G,HORTIPLEX,P] C. tomentosa var. subcoriacea [B,P] Hicoria alba [B,P] Hicoria borealis [B,P] Hicoria tomentosa [B,P] Juglans alba [B,P]. Other Common Names: Mockernut Hickory [P,B], Shag-bark Hickory [B], Shagbark Hickory [P]. Epithets: ovata = oval. Other Range Info: Us (Appalachia). Physical Characteristics: A decidious tree growing to 30 m by 15 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 4. It is in leaf from June to October, in flower in June, and the seeds ripen from October to November. The scented flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy. Cultivar 'Henry': Woodland, Canopy. Cultivar 'Bridgewater': Woodland, Canopy. Cultivar 'Cedar Rapids': Woodland, Canopy. Edible Uses: Milk; Sap; Seed. Seed - raw or cooked and used in pies, cakes, bread etc [2, 4, 61, 62, 183]. Sweet and delicious [1, 117, 183]. The seed can be ground into a meal and used to thicken soups etc [183]. A nut milk can be prepared from the seed and this is used as a butter on bread, vegetables etc [183]. The shell is normally thick and hard [101] but in selected cultivars it can be thin [159]. The seed ripens in late autumn and can be stored for up to 2 years in a cool cellar [117]. The seed is up to 4 cm long [229]. Sap – sweet [257]. It is tapped in spring [101] and can be made into a syrup [226]. Medicinal Uses: Analgesic; Antirheumatic. The fresh small shoots have been steamed to make an inhalant for treating headaches [257]. A decoction of the bark has been taken internally to treat rheumatism and also used as a poultice on rheumatic joints [257]. Other Uses: Dye; Fuel; Wood. A yellow dye is obtained from the inner bark [226]. Wood - close-grained, tough, elastic, heavy and very hard. It weighs 52 lb per cubic foot [227]. An excellent quality wood, it is used for tool handles, wheel spokes, sporting goods, baskets etc [46, 61, 63, 82, 227, 229]. The wood is an excellent fuel, burning well and giving off a lot of heat [229]. It produces an excellent charcoal [229]. Cultivation details: Prefers a deep moisture-retentive loam in a sunny sheltered position, requiring a good summer for best development [1, 63, 137, 200]. Succeeds in drier soils than most members of this genus [200]. Slow growing [200]. A very ornamental but slow-growing tree [1, 11, 227], it grows well in Britain, especially when young [11, 137], and does well in Cornwall [59]. The tree has a loose grey bark that comes away in broad flakes and gives the tree its common name [11]. The shagbark hickory is occasionally cultivated for its edible seed, there are some named varieties [183]. It tends to be low-yielding [117] and is said to be of no value in Britain as a commercial nut crop [11]. Trees take 15 years to come into flower from seed [117]. This species is the fastest growing hickory in N. America, it can fruit in ten years from seed [137]. Recommended cultivars (these are often hybrids with C. cathayensis or C. laciniosa) include:- Shagbarks –

- 'J Yoder No. 1', heavy cropping and early [200]. - 'Porter'. - 'Weschcke', a very thin shell and regular cropper [200]. - 'Wilcox', an excellent producer [200].

Shellbarks (these are more likely to be hybrids with C. laciniosa) :

- 'Fayette', thin shelled [200]. - 'Henry', a very large nut [200]. Cultivated as a timber tree in C. Europe [50].

Plants are strongly tap-rooted and should be planted in their permanent positions as soon as possible [1, 137]. Sowing in situ would be the best method so long as the seed could be protected from mice [1, 200]. Trees are late coming into leaf (usually late May to June) and lose their leaves early in the autumn (usually in October) [137]. During this time they cast a heavy shade. These factors combine to make the trees eminently suitable for a mixed woodland planting with shrubs and other trees beneath them [137]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Most species in this genus have quite a wide range of distribution and, in order to find trees more suited to this country, seed from the most appropriate provenances should be sought [137]. Most trees growing in Britain at present tend to only produce good seed after hot summers [137]. Trees are self-fertile but larger crops of better quality seeds are produced if cross-pollination takes place [229]. The leaves are aromatic [245]. Propagation: Seed - requires a period of cold stratification. It is best sown in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe [78]. Stored seed should be kept moist (but not wet) prior to sowing and should be sown in a cold frame as soon as possible [78]. Where possible, sow 1 or 2 seeds only in each deep pot and thin to the best seedling. If you need to transplant the seedlings, then do this as soon as they are large enough to handle, once more using deep pots to accommodate the tap root. Put the plants into their permanent positions as soon as possible, preferably in their first summer, and give them some protection from the cold for at least the first winter [78, K]. Seed can also be sown in situ so long as protection is given from mice etc and the seed is given some protection from cold [200] (a plastic bottle with the top and bottom removed and a wire mesh top fitted to keep the mice out is ideal). Scent: Leaves: Crushed. The leaves are aromatic. Cultivars:

'Wilcox' - The medium-size nut weighs up to 4.9 grammes, the flavour is good, the cracking quality excellent [183]. The kernel averages 41% of the nut, it stores well [183]. This cultivar is an excellent, early producer [183, 200], it has been recommended for cultivation though the report did not say how well it does in Britain [200].

'Weschcke' - This cultivar has a very thin shell with a full, rich kernel that cracks out well into halves [183, 200]. It is a heavy and regular cropper [183, 200], and has been recommended for cultivation though the report did not say how well it does in Britain [200].

'Porter' - A large thin-shelled nut, it yields a high percentage of kernel (46.7%) and has excellent cracking qualities [183]. This cultivar has been recommended for cultivation though the report did not say how well it does in Britain [200].

'J Yoder No. 1' 'Yoder' - The thin-shelled nuts are very large, averaging 8.5 grammes each [183]. The flavour and kernel filling are very good [183]. A heavy cropping and early cultivar [200], it has been recommended for cultivation though the report did not say how well it does in Britain [200].

'Davis' - A medium-size nut with an excellent cracking quality and a plump kernel of high quality[183]. It ripens early [183]. A vigorous tree [183].

'Cedar Rapids' - The large nut weighs up to 6.9 grammes and matures early [183]. The tree bears very well, it does well in northern USA, but is susceptible to scab when grown in the south [183].

'Bridgewater' - The very large nut weighs up to 8.5 grammes, the kernel averaging 46.6% of the nut [183]. Recommended for growing in the far north of the USA, it is susceptible to scab when grown in the south [183]. Recommended as a pollinator for the cultivar 'Weschcke' [183].

'Abundance'

The thin-shelled nut is medium to large, weighing about 7 grammes [183]. The white kernel cracks out readily and averages 36% of the nut [183]. The tree bears annually, grafted trees often producing a crop in their second year of growth [183].” –


q-- Pseudo-panax ferox / Lance-wood / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 175,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 25.04. 2006, utplantet - Opprinnelse: New Zealand. Herdighet: -


-- Prinsepia sinensis / Plagiospermum sinense (Oliv.) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 345,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 25.04. 2006, utplantet 04.05. 2006 ca. 4 m ø & 10 m s for porten i steinmuren mellom øvre Hasselnøtt-hagen og Urtesteingarden. - PFAF: ”Family: Rosaceae. Known Hazards: None known. Range: E. Asia – Manchuria. Habitat: In the shade of mixed forests and in shrubberies, especially on pebbly or alluvial soils [74]. Other Possible Synonyms: Plagiorhegma dubium [G]. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 1.8 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 4. It is in flower from April to May, and the seeds ripen from August to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit - raw or cooked [1, 105, 177]. Red and juicy [11]. A pleasant sour taste [74], they can be eaten out of hand or made into jellies [183]. The plum-shaped fruit is about 15 mm long with one large seed [200]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: None known. Cultivation details: Succeeds in any moderately fertile well-drained soil in full sun or light shade [182, 200]. The plants produce flowers and fruits better when they are growing in full sun [200]. Flowers are produced on the previous seasons wood [200]. They are produced on old wood according to another report [182]. This plant has a potential for commercial fruit production [74]. Unfortunately, it only fruits in Britain after long hot summers [200]. Propagation: Seed - best if given 2 months cold stratification [113]. Sow the seed in autumn if possible, otherwise in late winter or early spring in a cold frame in light shade. Germination may be inhibited by light [113]. Prick out the seedlings when they are large enough to handle into individual pots. Grow them on in a greenhouse or cold frame for their first winter and plant them out in late spring or early summer of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame [113].” -

q-- Cistus ladanifer / Steinrose (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 275,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 25.04. 2006, utplantet 02.05. 2006 i øvre Kolonihagen innmot nordre steinmuren. – RLH, 12.05. 2006: Denne brant opp i skogbrannen nu forleden dag. Fikk en ny ifra Arne Ødegård i dag! Utplantet i Øvre Kolonihagen. -

q-- Shepherdia argentea / Hippophae argentea (Pursh.) / Buffalo berry (GB) / Bøffelbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 100,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 25.04. 2006, og 3 stk. kjøpt samme sted 28.04. 2006, småplanter ca. 15 cm (ifra frø?), utplantet alle 4 i Urtesteingarden 04.05. 2006. - Herdighet: Opprinnelse: Nord-Amerika. – PFAF: ”Family: Elaeagnaceae. Known Hazards: The fruit contains low concentrations of saponins [101]. Although toxic, these substances are very poorly absorbed by the body and so tend to pass through without causing harm. They are also broken down by thorough cooking. Saponins are found in many plants, including several that are often used for food, such as certain beans. It is advisable not to eat large quantities of food that contain saponins. Saponins are much more toxic to some creatures, such as fish, and hunting tribes have traditionally put large quantities of them in streams, lakes etc in order to stupefy or kill the fish [K]. Range: Central N. America - Manitoba to New Mexico. Habitat: Banks of streams [43] and open wooded areas, often on limestone [101] and on sandy soils [229]. Other Possible Synonyms: Elaeagnus utilis [B,P] Lepargyrea argentea [B,G,P] Shephardia argentea [Sn5]. Other Common Names: Buffalo Berry [L], Silver Buffalo Berry [S], Silver Buffalo-berry [B], Silver Buffaloberry [P]. Epithets: argentea = silvery. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 4 m by 4 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 2 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in March, and the seeds ripen from July to December. The flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required). The plant not is self-fertile. It can fix Nitrogen. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedge, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Cultivar 'Sakakaweja': Hedge, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit - raw or cooked [1, 2, 11, 61, 161, 257]. It can also be dried and used like currants [3, 46]. A tart but pleasant flavour even before a frost [85, 183], it becomes sweeter after frosts [3, 62, 95]. The fruit is also used for making preserves, pies etc [183]. The fruit should be used in moderation due to the saponin content [101]. The fruit is produced singly or in clusters, it is up to 9 mm long and contains a single seed [229]. Medicinal Uses: Febrifuge; Laxative; Stomachic. The berries are febrifuge, laxative and stomachic [257]. They have been eaten in the treatment of stomach complaints, constipation and fevers [257]. Other Uses: Dye; Hedge; Soil stabilization. The plants can be grown as a hedge [160] and windbreak [229]. A red dye is obtained from the fruit [57, 106, 257]. Because it has a wide-ranging root system, forms thickets and is wind tolerant, it is sometimes planted for erosion control [229]. Cultivation details: Succeeds in an ordinary well-drained moisture retentive soil [1, 3, 11]. Tolerates poor dry soils [200] and maritime exposure [182]. Established plants are drought resistant [182]. A very cold-tolerant plant [229]. Plants rarely produce fruit in Britain [11]. Occasionally cultivated for its edible fruit, there are some named varieties [183]. 'Xanthocarpa' has yellow fruits [200]. The fruit is difficult to harvest because the shrub is very thorny [3]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby [200]. Dioecious. Male and female plants must be grown if fruit and seed are required. Propagation: Seed - it must not be allowed to dry out [113]. It is best harvested in the autumn and sown immediately in a cold frame. Stored seed requires 2 - 3 months cold stratification [113]. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots once they are large enough to handle. If sufficient growth is made it will be possible to plant them out in the summer, otherwise grow them on in a cold frame for their first winter and plant them out in the following spring or early summer. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July/August in a frame sometimes work [113]. Cultivars: 'Sakakaweja' - An improved selection with better flavour and larger fruits [183].” -

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-- Baptisia australis / Sørbaptisia / Farvebælg (DK) / Färgväppling (S) / Lupin indigo / False Indigo / Indigo-Lupine / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet 22.04. 2006 ca. 5 m vest og 0, 5 m sør for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren. Ved citrus der. – Staude. Høyde: 80 – 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Halvskygge. Herdighet: -

-- Dianthus plumarius David / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m vest & 3 m nord for Kolonihagens sø hjørne. – Staude. Høyde: 35 cm. Blomstring: Røde blomster. V-VII. Sol. Snittblomst. -

-- Omphalodes verna / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 1 m sør & 3 m vest for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren. – Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Blå blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet:

-- Tanacetum coccineum Robinson`s Red / Rosenkrage (N) / Hardy mum / Bunte Margerite / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 3 m nord & 1, 5 m øst for Kolonihagens sv hjørne. – Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: Røde blomster. VI-VII. Sol. Herdighet: -

-- Primula rosea / Rosenprimula / Rosenviva / Primrose / Rosenprimel / Himalajanesikko / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 7 m vest & 1 m sør for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren. – Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstring: Røde blomster. IV-V. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: -

-- Pulmonaria hybrid Trevi Fountain / Lungeurt (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 9 m nord & 1, 5 m vest for Husets nø hjørne. – Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstring: Blå blomster. IV-V. Halvskygge. Herdighet: -

-- Paeonia / Japanese Tree Peony / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 20.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 7 m vest & 1 m sør for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren. – ”This magnificent tree peony produces large beautiful flowers (diameter 15 – 20 cm), is fully hardy and is a marvellous addition to any garden. It reaches a height of approximately 100 cm and blooms during May and June. It can be planted on its own or in clusters, and prefers a sunny spot and humous soil.” – Staude / halvbusk. Høyde: ca. 100 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol. Rosa blomster. Herdighet: Gjødsling: VIII. Pinching: VI-VII. -

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q-- Mahonia aq. Smaragd / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 145,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet 20.04. 2006 ca. 5, 5 m nord & 0, 5 m vest for Husets nø hjørne. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 28.04. 2006, utplantet noen dager før 02.05. 2006 -

q-- Mitchella repens / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 100,-? Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet - ”Bunndekker. Blomstring: Hvite blomster, juni. Nord-Amerika.” -

-- Albizia julibrissin rosea (Ernest Wilson) / Silk Tree (USA) / Albizia / Mimosa / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 185,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet 21.04. 2006 ca. 5 m øst & 1 m sør for øvre (vestlige) porten i nordre steinmuren. Altså ved hovedinngangen. - Løvfellende tre. Høyde og bredde: 6 – 12 m. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Velduftende, rosa blomster. Opprinnelse: Iran til sentral Kina. – ”Extremely tolerant of droughty, alkaline soils.” – ”This cultivar is considerably more cold hardy than the typical species and tolerates – 15 F.” – Tåler minus 8 – 12 grader Celsius. Trenger mye solskinn om sommeren for å blomstre. Tåler tørt, kalkrikt jordsmonn. -

q-- Koelreuteria paniculata / Panicled Goldenrain Tree / Pride of India / China Tree / Kinesertre (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 225,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet 21.04. 2006 litt nordøst for utløpet til Rørbekken i nordøstre enden av eiendommen. - Løvfellende tre. Høyde og bredde: 10 – 12 m. Blomstring: Rikt gule blomster, juni og juli. – ”The species withstands drought, heat, and wind and tolerates high pH or acid soils. Extremely fast growing in moist, well-drained soils. Tre til fire år gamle trær vil blomstre.” -

-- Eucommia ulmoides / Hardy Rubber Tree (USA) / Gutta-percha Tree (GB) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 400,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet 21.04. 2006 inntil østsiden av Einertoppen (den steintoppen ved stien ned imot vannet hvor det vokste en så stor opprett einer, som blåste ned i vinter), ca. 20 – 30 m ifra vannet. - Løvfellende tre. Særbu. Høyde og bredde: 10 – 20 m. Blomstring: Opprinnelse: Kina. Herdighet: - ”Tolerant of a wide range of soils and pH.” -

q-- Eucalyptus vernicosa johnstonii / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 185,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet ca. 09.06. 2006 få m øst for Ildhusets nø hjørne. -

-- Rhododendron mucronulatum / Korean Rhododendron (USA) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 145,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet 20.04. 2006 ca. 5 m ø & 3 m n for det store gamle plommetreet. - Løvfellende busk. Høyde: 1 - 3 m. Blomstring: Rosa blomster, april - mai. -

-- Rhododendron schlippenbachii / Royal Azalea (USA) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 260,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold 19.04. 2006, utplantet 20.04. 2006 ca. 4 m ø & 3 m n for det store gamle plommetreet. - ”Høyde og bredde: 2 - 3 m. Blomstring: Rosa, velduftende blomster. Mai. Opprinnelse: Korea, nordøst Kina.” -

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-- RLH betalte Arne Ødegård 19.04. 2006 kr. 1.600,- & 12.05. 2006 kr. 1.400,- & 1.200,- kr. 19.05. 2006 & gjenstår da i følge Arne kr. 2.400,- som ble betalt 25.07. 2006. -

-- Rheum rhaponticum Red Champagne / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 89,- Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 19.04. 2006, utplantet 20.04. 2006 ca. 8 m nord for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 119,- Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 19.04. 2006, utplantet 20.04. 2006 ca. 9 m sør & 2 m øst for Kolonihagens sv hjørne. - ”Hvite blomster i mai – juni. Blå-svarte bær om høsten, kan benyttes. Opprett vekst, høyde ca. 2 – 4 m. Nøysom. H7.” -

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q-- Vaccinium macrocarpon Pilgrim / American cranberry (GB) / Tranebær (N) / Cowberry / Rode Vossebes / Preisselbeere / Airelle rouge / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 15.04. 2006, utplantet - “Sol, halvskygge. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Frukt: IX-X. Klipping: III.” – PFAF: “Synonyms: Oxycoccus macrocarpos ((Aiton.)Pursh.). Known Hazards: None known. Range: Eastern N. America. Occasionally naturalized in Britain [17]. Habitat: Acid boggy ground. Other Possible Synonyms: Oxycoccus hagerupii[B,P] Oxycoccus intermedius[B,P] Oxycoccus macrocarpus[B,P] Oxycoccus microcarpos[B,P] Oxycoccus ovalifolius [B,P] Oxycoccus oxycoccos[B,P] Oxycoccus palustris[B,G,P] Oxycoccus palustris ssp. Microphyllus [B,P] Oxycoccus palustris var. intermedius[B,P] Oxycoccus palustris var. ovalifolius [B,P] Oxycoccus quadripetalus[B,G,P] Oxycoccus quadripetalus var. microphyllus [B,P] V. macrocarpum [H] V. microcarpos [B,P] V. oxycoccos [B,DUTCH,G,HPIC,L,Sn2,Sngs,P] V. oxycoccos var. intermedium [B,P] V. oxycoccos var. microphyllum [B,P] V. oxycoccos var. ovalifolium[B,P] V. palustre[G]. Other Common Names: American Cranberry [L ], Bog Cranberry [L,FEIS ], Cranberry [E,S,P,H,L ], Grote Veenbes [D ], Kleine Veenbes [D ], Large Cranberry [B,L ], Small Cranberry [L,B,P ]. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen shrub growing to 0.2 m by 2 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 2. It is in leaf all year, in flower from June to August, and the seeds ripen from August to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. The plant prefers acid soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist or wet soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Bog Garden, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Cultivar 'Pilgrim': Bog Garden, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Cultivar 'Langlois': Bog Garden, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Cultivar 'McFarlin': Bog Garden, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit - raw or cooked [2, 11, 17, 46, 101]. It can also be dried for winter use [62]. Rich in vitamin C [200], the fruit is too acid for most peoples tastes to be eaten raw, so it is mainly used in pies, preserves etc [183]. It is said that a teaspoon of salt added to the cooking fruit can take the place of half the sugar normally used [183]. The fruit is between 1 and 2 cm in diameter [200]. Medicinal Uses: Miscellany. An infusion of the branches has been used as a treatment for pleurisy [257]. Other Uses: Ground cover. Plants can be grown as a ground cover when planted about 1 metre apart each way [208]. Plants spread rapidly when they are thriving [208]. Cultivation details: Requires a moist or semi-boggy lime free soil, preferring one that is rich in peat or a light loamy soil with added leaf-mould [11, 200]. Prefers a very acid soil with a pH in the range of 4 to 4.5, plants soon become chlorotic when lime is present [200]. Plants grow best in a poor soil, richer soils result in extra foliage production at the expense of fruit [200]. Succeeds in full sun or light shade though it fruits better in a sunny position [200]. Requires shelter from strong winds [200]. A very dwarf shrub producing long slender creeping stems that root into the soil. Upright stems grow from the axillary buds in the second year and these upright stems flower and fruit the following year [200]. Widely cultivated for its edible fruit in N. America, there are many named varieties [11, 183, 200]. Cultivated plants are usually grown in artificial bogs that are often flooded in the winter [200]. Plants can self-fertilize but cross-fertilization by insects results in higher yields [200]. Cultivated plants take about 5 years to come into full bearing but will then crop well for 60 - 100 years [200]. Dislikes root disturbance, plants are best grown in pots until being planted out in their permanent positions [200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Propagation: Seed - sow late winter in a greenhouse in a lime-free potting mix and only just cover the seed [78]. Stored seed might require a period of up to 3 months cold stratification [113]. Another report says that it is best to sow the seed in a greenhouse as soon as it is ripe [200]. Once they are about 5cm tall, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in a lightly shaded position in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Cuttings in April of shoots 15 cm long, in a sandy mix in a frame covered in plastic to keep them moist [200]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 5 – 8 cm with a heel, August in a frame [78]. Slow and difficult. Layering in late summer or early autumn [78]. Another report says that spring is the best time to layer [200]. Takes 18 months [78]. Division of suckers in spring or early autumn [113].

Cultivars:

'Wilcox' - A medium-size fruit with a deep red skin [183]. It ripens very early and stores fairly well [183]. A vigorous, very productive plant that is somewhat resistant to false blossom virus [183].

'Smack' - Large well-flavoured fruit that makes excellent jellies, jams and pies [183].

'Pilgrim' - Large purplish-red fruit, ripening late and storing well [183]. A prolific bearer, it is resistant to feeding by the leafhopper, an insect that spreads false blossom virus [183].

'McFarlin' - Large dark red berries with a tender flesh and extra fine flavour[183]. Ripening mid season, it is variable in keeping and shipping quality [183].

'Langlois' - A commercial cultivar, selected for its drooping flowers and very large red fruit [183]. The plant grows 25 cm tall and 45 cm wide [183].

'Hamilton' - An outstanding miniature form, making a clump 10 x 12 cm [183]. It slowly forms a cushion that, in spring, is covered in pink flowers. The fruit is red [183].

'Early Black' - A small fruit that ripens early, it has a firm flesh and is good for keeping, shipping etc [183]. It turns almost black when fully ripe, but colours well in storage if picked green [183]. The plant has a more upright habit than the species [183].” -


-- Citrus aurantifolia Breegold / - 1 stk. potte (med 3 planter, den ene småtteri) kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 15.04. 2006, utplantet den ene og største 15.04. 2006 innmot nordre steinmuren, i Kolonihagen. Dvs. ca. 4 m vest for Kolonihagens nø hjørne. Dvs. ca. 5 m vest for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren. De to andre ble samme dag ompottet. Og nr. 2 av 3 ble utplantet 17.04. 2006 ca. 1 m sør & 3 m øst for Hønsehusets sø hjørne, inntil gyvel Bjoa der. - Fra merkelappen: ”This plant loves a sunny spot. Be moderate with water and fertilizer. The plant diffuses a strong lemon scent, which deters insects. If you prune a few centimetres off the top each month, your Citrosa will stay bushy and strong.” -

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-- Aronia Nero / - 3 stk. a kr. 50,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 15.04. 2006, utplantet 15.04. 2006, nr. 1:6 ca. 6 m n & 4 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 2:6 ca. 9 m n & 3 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 3:6 ca. 9 m n & 6 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 4:6 ca. 11 m n & 7 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 5:6 ca. 9 m n & 10 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 6:6 ca. 3 m n & 7 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Pernettya mucronata male (= hannplante) / - 1 stk. a kr. 125,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 15.04. 2006, utplantet samme dag ca. 1 m øst og 4 m sør for Brønnens sø hjørne. Ved plommetreet Jubilee der. -

-- Diospyros lotus / Date plum / Daddelplomme (N) / - Særbu. Han- og hun-tre trengs. - 2 stk. småplanter (ca. 30 cm, frøplanter antagligvis) a kr. 200,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 15.04. 2006, utplantet begge 17.04. 2006 innmot nordre steinmuren. Den ene ca. 1, 5 m sør & 5 m vest for Kolonihagens nv hjørne. Den andre ca. 2 m sør & 9, 5 m vest for Kolonihagens nv hjørne. - PFAF: ”A decidious tree growing to 9 m by 6 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5 and is frost tender. It is in flower in July, and the seeds ripen from October to November. The flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required). The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. () Requires a good deep loamy soil in sun or light shade. When being grown for its fruit, the tree should be given a warm, sheltered, sunny position. It dislikes very acid or wet and poorly drained soils. Dormant plants are very cold-hardy, but the young growth in spring, even on mature plants, is frost-tender and so it is best to grow the plants in a position sheltered from the early morning sun. Dioecious, but the female tree can produce seedless fruits in the absence of a pollinator. It is likely that unfertilized fruits are more astringent than fertilized fruits since this is the case with D. kaki.” -

-- Amelanchier laevis Ballerina / - 3 stk. a kr. 245,- kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 15.04. 2006, utplantet disse 3 samme dag. Nr. 1 av 3 ca. 1, 5 m sør og 1 m vest for nedre (østre) porten i nordre steinmuren. Nr. 2 av 3 ca. 5, 5 m sør og 0, 5 m øst for porten i nordre steinmuren. Dvs. ca. 3 m øst og 1, 5 m nord for Kolonihagens sø hjørne. Og nr. 3 av 3 ca. 3, 5 m vest (ved Malus Ribston) og 10 m sør for Kolonihagens sø hjørne. Dvs. ca. 4? m sør for Malus Aroma der. -

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-- Magnolia officinalis / Hou Po / - PFAF: ” Known Hazards: None Known. Range: E. Asia - W. China. Habitat: Alpine and hilly areas. Other Common Names: Ch'Uan Pu [E], Chinese Magnolia [E], Choon Pok [E], Magnolia [E], Magnolier Officinal [E], Nd [E]. Epithets: officinalis = sold as an herb. Other Range Info: Britain; China; France; Spain. Physical Characteristics: A decidious tree growing to 20 m by 12 m . It is hardy to zone 8. It is in flower from May to June. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Beetles. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy, Secondary. Edible Uses: None known. Medicinal Uses: Antibacterial; Antiseptic; Antispasmodic; Aphrodisiac; Appetizer; Digestive; Diuretic; Emmenagogue; Expectorant; Ophthalmic; Stomachic; Tonic. Hou Po has been used in Chinese herbal medicine for at least 2,000 years. The aromatic, pungent and warming bark is used in the treatment of various disorders of the digestive system [254]. Ophthalmic [46, 61, 109, 174]. The flowers are an aromatic digestive tonic [238]. A decoction of the flower buds is an esteemed emmenagogue in China, their use is therefore contraindicated for pregnant women [218]. The flowers are used in the treatment of abdominal distension, shortness of breath etc [176, 238]. They are harvested in the summer and can be used fresh or dried [238]. The stem bark is antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, appetizer, diuretic, expectorant, hypotensive, stomachic and tonic [46, 61, 109, 147, 174, 176, 218]. The bark is used internally in the treatment of abdominal distension, loss of appetite, gastro-enteritis, vomiting, diarrhoea, asthma and coughs with acute phlegm [147, 174, 176, 218, 238]. The bark is harvested in the autumn and dried for later use [238]. It does not store well so stocks should be renewed annually [238]. The plant is digestive and stomachic [218]. Extracts of the plant contain bactericidal compounds and an essential oil, they are effective against salmonella [218]. Other Uses: Wood. Wood - fine grained. It is said to be a useful wood. Cultivation details: Best grown in a warm position in a moderately rich free soil of an open texture [1]. The branches are brittle so a sheltered position is required [200]. Very tolerant of atmospheric pollution [200]. Hardy to about -10°c [200]. The fleshy roots are easily damaged and any transplanting is best done during a spell of mild moist weather in late spring [182]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame. Stored seed must be kept cold over the winter and should be sown in late winter in a cold frame [200]. The seed usually germinates in the spring but it can take 18 months. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in light shade in a cold frame or greenhouse for at least their first winter. They can be planted out into their permanent positions when they are more than 15 cm tall, though should be well mulched and given some protection from winter cold for their first winter or two outdoors. Layering in early spring [200].” -

-- Magnolia officinalis biloba / - 1 stk. (ca. 1 m pisk) kjøpt kr. 535,- Ødegård Plantesalg 12.04. 2006, utplantet kl. 21.30 den 16.04. 2006 ca. 7 m nord & 8 m øst for Husets nø hjørne. - David More & John White: “This rare Chinese species is probably only known in cultivation. The variety biloba is most often seen. It was introduced to Britain by Sir Harold Hillier and planted in his Hampshire garden in 1936. It grows rapidly and has deciduous leaves with distinctive notched tips. It requires moist fertile soil and a sunny position. Growth: 4-12-15. Hardiness: 50 %. Choice: 1.” -

-- Gaultheria shallon / - 2 stk shallon a kr. 75,- Ødegård Plantesalg 12.04. 2006, utplantet 13.04. 2006. Den ene ca. 2, 5 m øst for Flaggstangstativet. Den andre litt sør for Brønnens sø hjørne, ved den største av de to japanske plomme-barlindene der. – Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 15.04. 2006, begge utplantet samme dag. Den ene nedenfor Ildhuset, dvs. ca. 1 m sør og 2 m øst for Ildhusets nø hjørne. Den andre ca. 1 m nord og 5, 5 m eller 6 m øst for det store gamle plommetreet. (Dvs. ca. 1 m nord for stor laurbærhegg der.) –

-- Gaultheria shallon / Shallon / Salal / Klaseberglyng (N) / - Eviggrønn busk. – “Small evergreen shrub of Pacific coast of North America having edible dark purple grape-size berries.” - PFAF: “An evergreen shrub growing to 1.2 m by 1m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in leaf all year, in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen from September to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness.” - “Description of edible parts dark purple hair-covered berries about 3/8 inch wide with numerous small seeds and good juiciness and taste.” – “Gaultheria shallon (Salal) - This sturdy evergreen shrub is found widely along the Pacific Coast and is hardy in USDA zones 8-10. Salal grows from 3 - 6,' mostly under evergreens where it spreads quickly to form dense thickets. Its dark green, lustrous leaves are popular among commercial florists. White or pink flowers in late spring attract hummingbirds. The fruits are plentiful and delicious, prized by hikers, small children, Native groups and bears. Use Salal under evergreens & deciduous trees where most shrubs will not survive or as a low-maintenance ground cover. Salal is extremely adaptable, thriving in sun, shade, humus, infertile, dry or moist soils. It requires little care once established.” –

q-- Elaeagnus angustifolia / - 2 stk. (ca. 1 m) Elaeagnus angustifolia a kr. 135,- Ødegård Plantesalg 12.04. 2006, utplantet begge13.04. 2006 innmot nordre steinmuren, i Kolonihagen. En imot hvert hjørne. - Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 15.04. 2006, utplantet begge disse den 17.04. 2006. Den ene innmot thujahekken i Hasselhagen, ca. 3 m øst for stien til øvre porten i steinmuren. Den andre der i nærheten noen meter nord for den sørligste apeskrekken. -

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-- Clematis montana Rubens / Bergklematis (N) / - Flerårig. Løvfellende. Høyde: 6 – 8 m. Bredde: 2 – 4 m. Blomstring: V-VI. Rosa blomster. Sol, skygge. Herdighet: H3. – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 79,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 10.04. 2006, utplantet 11.04. 2006 innmed Kolonihagens vestside, helt sør i kroken til bie-stativet der. -

-- Clematis tangutica / Gullklematis (N) / - Flerårig. Løvfellende. Høyde: 2 – 4 m. Planteavstand: 2 – 3 m. Blomstring: VI-IX. Gule blomster. Sol, skygge. Herdighet: H7. – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 79,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 10.04. 2006, utplantet 11.04. 2006 i Kolonihagens sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Clematis Nelly Moser / - Flerårig. Løvfellende. Høyde: 3 – 4 m. planteavstand: 2 – 3 m. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Rosa og hvite blomster. Sol, skygge. Herdighet: H5-6. – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 79,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 10.04. 2006, utplantet 11.04. 2006 i Kolonihagen, innmot sørsiden der og oppmot vest. -

-- Aronia Nero (Tschechia, 1987) / - Høyde: 3 m. Blader 10 x 8 cm. Frukter: 9 - 10 mm. Mest viktig kultivar for frukt-produksjon. Mange nye krysninger med denne kultivar. – 5 stk. a kr. 50,- kjøpt 10.04. 2006 Ødegård Planteutsalg, utplantet -

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-- Rogn antagligvis? eller asal? / - Tre, løvfellende. Vekst og høyde: Hengende grener? Blomstring: Frukt: Røde ”rognebær”. Mildere smak enn vanlig rognebær? Herdighet: - 1 stk. mere enn 2 m høyt løvfellende tre uten navnelapp fått ifra Etne Hagesenter Etne 27.10. 2005, utplantet samme eftermiddag (av Gudmund) bortved Brønnen, noen få m vest for største sølvpilen der. -

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-- Pepperrot (N) / - 16.02. 2006, RLH: 1 stk. kraftig pepperrot kjøpt matvare-butikk Haugesund forleden dag (ca. kr. 50,-) ble utplantet i dag nordøstre ende av eiendommen her nordøst for lerketreskogen (øst for huset her). -

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-- Lilium regale (Trumpet) / - Staude. Høyde: 120 cm. Blomstring: Hvit – gul. Velduftende. VII-IX. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 2 stk. løker kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Lilium Casablanca (Oriëntal) / - Staude. Høyde: 110 cm. Plantedybde: 15 cm. Blomstring: Hvit. VII-IX. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 2 stk. løker kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Lilium Connecticut King (Asiatic) / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Plantedybde: 15 cm. Blomstring: Gul. VII-IX. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 3 stk. løker kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 i området ved det gamle Flaggstangstativet, innmot veien. -

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-- Astilbe / - Staude. - Kjøpt 1 stk. kr. 15,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 - fra merkelapp: ”An Astilbe is a strong plant for a patio or balcony. Give plenty of water. If necessary place a dish under the pot. Can also be kept in a light place in a living room. Can be planted out in the garden after flowering.” -

-- Daglilje? / - Staude. - Kjøpt 1 stk. kr. 15,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Ribes alpinum Schmidt / Alperips (N) / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - Kjøpt 1 stk. kr. 79,- (minus 70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 21.10. 2005, utplantet (foreløpig?) 22.10. 2005 ca. 13 m s & 1 m ø for sø hjørnet av platået nordsiden den store Bålplassen. -

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-- Ficus carica x? / Fiken, Fikentre (N) / - 6 stk. fikentrær (ca. 0, 5 m høye) utplantet 22.10. 2005 forskjellige steder ved stien ned imot vannet (ifra den store Bålplassen). -

-- Vitis vinifera Sigelrebe?, Labruskanadrue? / - Utplantet igjen 22.10. 2005, inntil stor stein nedved vannet, ved inngangen til Parken. -

-- Vitis x? Jubileina Novgoroda, Labruskanadrue / - Utplantet igjen 22.10. 2005, - inntil stor stein nedved vannet, ved inngangen til Parken. -

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-- Hemerocallis Hybride, gelb (= gul) / Daglilje (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 50 – 90 cm. Blomstring: V-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt 19.10. 2005 Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen kr. 59,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg), utplantet 22.10. 2005 - Ifra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Beet / Freifläche. Planzabstand: 60 cm. Robuste Schmuckstaude für Sonne und Halbschatten. Gut für Naturgärten und wirkungsvoll am Wasser. Frischer, nährstoffreicher Boden ideal. Übersteht gut Trockenperioden.” -

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-- Vitis x? Rondo / - 1 stk. rotekte 19.10. 2005 kjøpt kr. 100,- ifra Knut Sætrevik (adr.: Sætrevikvn. 233, N-5410 Sagvåg, Norge. Tlf.: 53 49 45 90.) Han avholdt fint foredrag i Etne Hagelag på kvelden – og hadde også med seg drueplanter (4 sorter) for salg. Utplantet 01.07. 2006 ca. 15 m s & 2 m v for toppen av bergsiden sørvest for stubbe-bergsiden. Innmot en liten bergside der. Altså sv for den store Bålplassen. (Stubbe-bergsiden er ca. 10 – 12 m vest for den store Bålplassen eller Trampolineplassen.) -

-- Vitis x? Zilga / - 1 stk. rotekte 19.10. 2005 kjøpt kr. 100,- ifra Knut Sætrevik (adr.: Sætrevikvn. 233, N-5410 Sagvåg, Norge. Tlf.: 53 49 45 90.) Han avholdt fint foredrag i Etne Hagelag på kvelden – og hadde også med seg drueplanter (4 sorter) for salg. Utplantet 30.06. 2006 ca. 0, 5 m v & 0, 5 m s for Nedre Kolonihagens nv hjørne. Dvs. inni Bienes Nedre (østlige) avdeling i Kolonihagen. -

-- Vitis x? Blå Donau / - 1 stk. rotekte 19.10. 2005 kjøpt kr. 100,- ifra Knut Sætrevik (adr.: Sætrevikvn. 233, N-5410 Sagvåg, Norge. Tlf.: 53 49 45 90.) Han avholdt fint foredrag i Etne Hagelag på kvelden – og hadde også med seg drueplanter (4 sorter) for salg. Utplantet -

-- Vitis x? Varduva / - 1 stk. rotekte 19.10. 2005 kjøpt kr. 100,- ifra Knut Sætrevik (adr.: Sætrevikvn. 233, N-5410 Sagvåg, Norge. Tlf.: 53 49 45 90.) Han avholdt fint foredrag i Etne Hagelag på kvelden – og hadde også med seg drueplanter (4 sorter) for salg. Utplantet 23.09. 2006 ved Vinbergets fot, vest for Huset her. -


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-- Agastache foeniculum / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Cimicifuga simplex White Pearl / Zilverkaars / Silberkerze / Bugbane / Cimicifuge / Silverax / - Staude. Høyde: 125 cm. Blomstring: X-XI. Halvskygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Acanthus mollis / Stekelige berenklauw / Weicher Akanthus / Soft acanthus / Acanthe molle / Akantus / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Hvite blomster. Sol. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. Planter pr. m2: 5. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Anchusa azurea Loddon Royalist / Ossetong / Italienische Ochsenzunge / Italian bugloss / Buglosse d`Italie / Italiensk oxtunga / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Blå blomster. Kantvekst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet -

-- Calamintha nepeta nepeta / Steentijm / Quendel / Calamint / Clinopode / Stenkyndel / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. Kantvekst og steinbed. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet i potte 22.10. 2005 -

-- Centranthus ruber Albus / Witte valeriaan / Weise Spornblume / White valerian / Centranthe blanc / Flerårig pipört / Rød sporebaldrian / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Kantvekst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Vinca minor / Kleine maagdenpalm / Kleines Immergrün / Common periwinkle / Petite pervenche / Vintergröna (S) / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: III-V. Sol, halvskygge. Stenbed-vekst og bunndekkende, vintergrønn. Blå blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Perovskia atriplicifolia Blue Spire / Perowskie (NL) / Blauraute (D) / Russian Sage (GB) / Perowskia (F) / Perowskia lobodolistna (PL) / Harilik perovskia (EST) / Kèk sudàrzsàlya (H) / Perovskie (CZ) / Perovskia (RO) / - Staude. Høyde: 100 - 150 cm. Blomstring: VI?-IX. Lys blå blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Beskjæring: III. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 149,- (minus 70 % rabatt høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 - PFAF: ”Range: E. Asia - Himalayas to China. Habitat: Open rocky places [187]. Freely draining gravels and screes [200]. Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1.5 m by 1 m . It is hardy to zone 6 and is frost tender. It is in flower from September to October. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very alkaline soil. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedge. Edible Uses: Flowers. The small lavender flowers have a sweet flavour and can be eaten in salads or used as a garnish [177, 183]. Medicinal Uses: Febrifuge. The plant is used as a cooling medicine in the treatment of fevers [240]. Other Uses: Hedge. This species is suitable for forming an internal decorative hedge of moderate height [200]. Cultivation details: Prefers a rich well-drained dry soil and a sunny position [1, 11, 187, 190, 200]. Tolerates light shade but plants become more lax in habit in such a situation [200]. Succeeds in poor soils and, once established, tolerates drought [190]. Tolerant of dry chalk soils, it also succeeds in maritime gardens [200]. Plants are hardy to about -15°c, though the stems are often cut back by hard frosts [200]. A very ornamental plant [1]. In cultivation people often cut the plants to the ground in the spring in order to encourage strong new growth and plenty of flowers [190, 200, 233]. Plants rarely produce seed in Britain [200]. The crushed leaves are very aromatic [190]. There are some named varieties, selected for their ornamental value [200]. Propagation: Seed - we have no information for this species but suggest sowing the seed in spring in a greenhouse. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Cuttings of softwood in late spring in a frame [200]. Easy [200]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 7 cm long with a heel, July / August in a cold frame [200]. Scent: Leaves: Crushed. The crushed leaves are very aromatic. Cultivars: There are some named forms for this species, but these have been developed for their ornamental value and not for their other uses. Unless you particularly require the special characteristics of any of these cultivars, we would generally recommend that you grow the natural species for its useful properties. We have, therefore, not listed the cultivars in this database [K].” -

-- Weigela Carnaval / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 1 – 2 m. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Tofarget blomst, mørkt / lys rosa. Herdighet: H3. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 99,- (minus 70 % rabatt høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet 22.10. 2005 - Fra merkelapp: ”Best i kyststrøk. Solrik vokseplass. Jevnt fuktig, ellers nøysom. Planteavstand: ca. 1 m.” -

-- Wisteria frutescens Amethyst Falls / Glycine frutescens (L.) / American wisteria (GB) / Amerikansk blåregn (N) / - Familie: Leguminosae. Klatreplante, flerårig, busk. Høyde: ca. 5 – 12 m. Blomstring: V-VI / VIII-IX. Blå (himmelblå?), velduftende blomster. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 599,- (minus 70 % rabatt høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 11.10. 2005, utplantet - Fra merkelapp: “A surprising new Wisteria variety. A decorative climber with a lavish flowering habit. Slow, compact grower. Ideal for a Patio, pergola or for training against a wall. The plant produces breathtaking purplish blue, fragrant flower spikes between 10 and 15 cm long. What makes Amethyst Falls really special is its ability to produce masses of flower while still quite young. Flowering starts in late spring or early summer. Another unique feature is its repeated flowering until well into late summer. The plant will thrive best in full sun, but it can tolerate shade. After some years the plant can reach a height of 4 to 5 m. Needs no pruning except to keep it in shape. The plant is deciduous and fully hardy.” - PFAF – Wisteria frutescens: ”Known Hazards: The seed of all members of this genus is poisonous [200]. Range: South-eastern N. America - Virginia to Florida, Arkansas and Texas. Habitat: Clambering over cliffs and trees on woodland edges in low moist ground [235, 249]. Other Possible Synonyms: Kraunhia frutescens[B,P] Kraunhia macrostachya[B,P] W. frutescens var. frutescens[G] W. frutescens var. macrostachya[B,P] W. macrostachya[B,,P]. Epithets: frutescens = becoming shrubby. Systematics: Order: Fabales . Renamed to Fabaceae -- Pea family. Physical Characteristics: A decidious climber growing to 12 m. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from June to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. It can fix Nitrogen. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid and neutral soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Flowers. The fresh flowers are eaten in tossed green salads [183]. They are said to be excellent when dipped in batter and fried in oil as fritters [183]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: None known. Cultivation details: Prefers a good loamy soil in a sunny south or south-west facing position, sheltered from cold winds and from early morning sun on frosty mornings [11, 200]. Plants can become chlorotic on alkaline soils [200]. A soil that is too rich results in excessive foliage at the expense of flowering [200]. Plants can take a few years to settle down after planting out [219]. Too much shade or too rich a soil are normally the culprits, some form of root restriction can be beneficial [219]. A number of named forms have been selected for their ornamental value [200]. Any drastic pruning is best carried out in the spring, immediately after flowering [249]. Plants are very tolerant of even the most drastic pruning and will re-grow even if cut right back to the base [249]. Plants in this genus are notably susceptible to honey fungus [200]. A climbing plant, twining in an anticlockwise direction around the stems of other plants [249]. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby [200]. The plants also form a symbiotic relationship with a mycorrhizal fungus which makes more water, phosphorus and other minerals available to the plants [249]. Propagation: The seed does not exhibit any dormancy habits. It can be sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame and should germinate in the spring. Pre-soak stored seed for 24 hours in warm water and then sow in a greenhouse in early spring. The seed can also be sown in an outdoor seedbed in late spring [126]. Germination should take place in the first spring, though it can sometimes be delayed for another 12 months. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in a cold frame for their first winter. Plant them out in late spring or early summer. Plants are very slow from seed and can take up to 20 years to come into flower [200]. Basal cuttings of side-shoots in early to mid summer in a frame [200]. Take the cuttings as soon as the new growth has hardened sufficiently, each cutting should have 2 - 3 leaves [249]. It can also help to remove a shallow slice of bark from the bottom 15 mm of the cutting to expose extra cambium, since this will encourage more callusing and better rooting [249]. When kept in a mist frame with a bottom heat of 27 - 30°c, they will root within 4 weeks and produce well-established plants by the autumn [249]. Layering in spring. Simply lay any convenient long shoot along the ground and cover it with a shallow layer of soil. The shoot will readily produce roots at intervals along the stem. When these are well formed, the shoot can be divided up into a number of plants. These should be potted up and kept in a lightly shaded position in a greenhouse until well established and can then be planted out as required. Cultivars: No entries have been made for this species as yet.” -

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-- 1 stk. solbær (uten merkelapp) funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter 06.10. 2005, utplantet 07.10. 2005 sv for Gudmunds Steinhytte. -

-- Magnolia x? / - 1 stk. magnolia? Uten merkelapp funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter 06.10. 2005, utplantet 07.10. 2 sv hjørnet av Trampolineplassen. -

-- Salix x? / - 2 stk. oppstammede (podede?) piletrær? funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter 06.10. 2005, utplantet 07.10. 2005 ved begynnelsen av stien (på hver side av den) som går opp til Gudmunds Steinhytte ifra ”veien” ifra den store Bålplassen og ned imot vannet. –

-- Salix x? / - 1 stk. oppstammet (podet?) seljetre funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter 06.10. 2005, utplantet 07.10. 2005 noe sv for Gudmunds Steinhytte. -

-- Fuksia / - Ca. 4 stk. (iallfall to sorter) funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter 06.10. 2005, pottet samme dag og utplantet 22.10. 2005 -

-- Stiora / Bringebær (N) / Hallon (S) / - Ca. 30 – 40 stk. i potter fått ifra Etne Hagesenter Etne 06.10. 2005, utplantet - Ifra merkelapp: ”Ny norsk sort. Store, fine, avlange røde bær. Meget faste bær og holder seg godt, smaker godt. God til høy avling og bra vinterherdighet. Moderat vekst. 03.04. 2004.” –

-- Aronia melanocarpa / Svartsurbær, Aronia (N) / - Ca. 20 – 30 stk. fått ifra Etne Hagesenter Etne 06.10. 2005, utplantet alle 07.10. 2005. Balder 1 stk. (eller 2?) ved Steinhytten sin, flere få meter ifra Hønsehusets vestside og nv side. Og noen nø for Gudmund-dammen. Og flere i området ”Rundkjøringen” ved ”veien” opp imot Stubbetoppen (sv for Husene her). -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ivonne / - 1 stk. funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter 06.10. 2005, utplantet 07.10. 2005 få meter sø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne, platået der. -

-- Thuja x? / - 33 stk. ifra ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter Etne utplantet 07. & 08.10. 2005 ved Steinhytten til Gudmund, sø for den, på rekke og rad (ca. 0, 5 m avstand) ifra nø rett linje imot sv. –

-- Thuja x? / - Ca. 4 stk. 07.10. 2005 utplantet sørlig for de sørligste thujaene sørvestenden av den store Bålplassen. Og 2 stk. 06.10. 2005 nederst – som forlengelse – i thujahekken som strekker seg fra Trampolineplassen og til nederst i Hasselnøtt & Hageblåbær-hagen. Og ca. 10 – 12 stk. (?) ifra nø ende av eiendommen og kjempethujaene til imot Hasselnøtt & Hageblåbær-hagen. –

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-- Pepperrot (N) / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - Flere eks. utplantet 05.10. 2005 nø enden av eiendommen ca. langsmed de fire kjempethujaene der. -

-- Amursk korktre (N) / - ifra frø, utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 2 m v og 4 m s for sørenden av steinmurplatået (ikke aller nederst) nedmot bekken, øst for Huset her. -

-- Enda 2 stk. ”krøllthuja” (ifra komposten Etne) utplantet 05.10. 2005, nær de to utplantet forleden dag. -

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-- Vitis x? / - Stiklingavskjær. -

-- Svineblomst (N) / - Staude. Høyde: ca. 2 m. Blomstring: Herdighet: - Ifra Himalaya? Lett å dele. – 1 stk. utplantet (med blomster og frø) 05.10. 2005 ca. 9 m ø og 9 m n for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Inula x? / - Staude. Høyde: ca. 3 m. Blomstring: Gule blomster. Herdighet: - Småplante ifra hagen til Trond Høy. Han vet ikke eksakt navnet. – Utplantet her ca. 5 m n & 4 m v for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Berberis x1? / - Busk. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - Ifra Himalaya? – Utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 2, 5 m n & 6 m ø for store gamle plommetreet. -

-- Berberis x2? / - Busk. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - Småplante ifra frø ifra Himalaya. Utplantet -

-- Levisticum x1 / Løvstikke-sort ifra Himalaya, utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 6 m n & 3 m v for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Levisticum x2 / Løvstikke-sort ifra Himalaya, med store kraftige blader, utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 5 m n & 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

-- Levisticum x? / - Løvstikke-sort? ifra Himalaya?, utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 3 m n & 2 m v for Husets nø hjørne. Litt smale flikete blader som dufter ”krydret” som svineblomst utplantet samme dag. -

-- Aralia x / - Utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 10 m ø & 4 m s for store gamle plommetreet. -

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---------- & Trond Høy fikk følgende 3 forskjellige vekster ifra rlh 02.10. 2005:

-- 1 stk. frøplante (fra i år) maltesisk eriki.

-- 1 stk. frøplante (fra i år) sukkerbusk.

-- 1 stk. fiken (ifra siste innkommende parti).

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---------- 01.10. 2005 utplantet følgende:

-- 2 stk. frøplanter maltesisk eriki – den ene ved det store Steinfjell-bedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen sørende, og den andre Og 2 stk. utplantet 22.10. 2005. Den ene innmot utsiden av sørsiden av thujakransen den store Bålplassen. Den andre innmot Gyvel noe sørøst for den store Bålplassen. -

-- 1 stk. frøplante ekte kvede

-- 3 stk. fiken – den ene ned mot bekken øst for Huset her. Den andre ca. 2 m n og 3 m v for den store fine eineren på stien ned imot vannet. Den tredje

-- Rosa x? - 1 stk. ved lerketrærne

-- Rosa x? – 1 stk.

-- Prunus avium x ? – 1 stk. utplantet 01.10. 2005 ved lerketrærne.

-- 1 stk Bjørnebær? Frøplante fra i år. Utplantet 01.10. 2005 ned mot bekken, øst for Huset her sin sørside. –

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---------- torsdag 29.09. 2005 funnet ”komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne følgende:

-- 4 stk. ”krøllthuja” – Nr. 1 av 4 utplantet ca. 10 m s & 1 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Og nr. 2 av 4 ca. 12 m s & 1 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Og nr. 3 av 4 utplantet 05.10. 2005 ca. 8 m s & 1, 5 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Og nr. 4 av 4 ca. 8 m s & 7 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. – Og 1 stk. utplantet 22.10. 2005 litt sørøst for steinhytten til Gudmund. -

-- Rhododendron x Erato / - Utplantet ca. 7, 5 m ø & 1, 5 m n for store gamle plommetreet. -

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--------- Følgende funnet ”komposten” Etne Hagesenter i Etne 22.09. 2005:

--- 25.09. 2005 – 9 stk. thuja utplantet 25.09. 2005 nø enden av eiendommen her –

-- ca. 6 stk. torskemunn, ompottet, utplantet noen n for Husets nv ende. –

-- ca. 4 stk cotoneaster, derav 2 stk. med ca. 4 – 5 m avstand, utplantet 25.09. 2005 nordøstre ende av eiendommen, innmot steinmuren der ved eucalyptus. Og 1 stk. samme dag utplantet utsiden av steinmuren nordøstre hjørnet av Tindvedhagen. Og 1 stk. utplantet samme dag litt sør (eller sørøst) for Idunhyllen. –

-- flere stk. potteroser -

-- 2 stk azalea småvoksende, den ene utplantet 25.09. 2005 litt sørvest for Snekkerbuas sørvesttre hjørne. Og den andre utplantet samme dag flere meter lengre mot sør. -

-- 4 stk. rhododendron, alle utplantet 25.09. 2005. –

-- blodplomme?, utplantet 25.09. 2005 -

-- tre x 1, utplantet ca. 5 m nord og 2 m øst for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- tre x2 og x3, utplantet -

-- tre x 4, utplantet ca. 6 m nord og 4 m øst for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- henge-bøketre? – utplantet -

-- bartre x1,

-- bartre x2,

-- bartre x3,

-- bartre x4,

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---------- 19.09. 2005 kjøpt (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund:

ok-- Buddleja davidii / Sommerfuglbusk (N) / - Med rosa blomster (bilde på merkelappen)? Og: ”Høyde: 200 cm. Blomstring: VIII-X. Beskjæring: III. Herdighet: – 1 stk. kjøpt (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 21.09. 2005 ca. 7 m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

ok-- Vaccinum Allvær (Alvar? den samme?), Finsk blåbær / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 179,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 01.10. 2005 ca. 4 m n og 0, 5 m v for øvre side av inngangen mellom Tindvedhagen og Hassel- og Hageblåbær-hagen. -

ok-- Vaccinum Aino, Finsk blåbær / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 179,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 01.10. 2005 ca. 3 m n og 0, 5 m v for øvre side av inngangen mellom Tindvedhagen og Hassel- og Hageblåbær-hagen. -

-- Echinacea purpurea? / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 15,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.08. 2005 -

ok-- Kniphofia x? / - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 30,-Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.08. 2005 ca. 5 m ø & 2, 5 m s for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

ok—Yucca x? / - Blader: Grønn og hvit. – 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 99,-? (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.08. 2005 ca. 5 m n & 1 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. – RLH, 03.08. 2006: Denne står nu i nydelig full blomst! Hvite blomster. -

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ok-- Philadelphus coronarius / Duftskjærsmin (N) / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 2 – 8 m høy og bred. Blomstring: Hvite blomster med sterk duft. Sol, lett varm jord. Herdighet: H5. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 99,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.09. 2005 ca. 6 m n & 6 m v for mannaask. -

ok-- Rhododendron azalea Feuerwerk, Scarlagensrød / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 329,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.09. 2005 ca. 1 m s & 7 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Rødoransje blomster i mai – juni. Høyde: ca. 150 cm. -

ok-- Leycesteria formosa Purple Rain / Sjokoladebusk (N) /- Busk. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 149,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 21.09. 2005 ca. 2 m v og 0, 2 m n for Låvebroens sv hjørne. RLH, 21.09. 2005: Denne kultivaren har tydelig mer purpurfarvede blomsterdekkfarger enn arten (som jeg har fra før av). -

-- Sedum spectabile Brilliant / - Staude. Høyde: ca. 40 cm. Blomstring: Rosa blomster? Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.09. 2005 ca. -

ok-- Sedum Herbstfreude / Hemelsleutel / Fetthenne / Stonecrop (GB) / Rosulaire / Kärleksört (S) / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstring: IX-XI. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. ca. 49,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 25.09. 2005 ca. 15 m v for Hønsehusets nv hjørne. Dvs. ved ildtorn der. -

-- Lavendula angustifolia Rosea / Lavendel, Ekte lavendel (N,S, DK) / Lavande vraie / Lavender / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol. - 1 stk. (meget velduftende) kjøpt kr. ca. 30,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet -

ok-- Echinacea purpurea Hvit / Purpursolhatt, hvit (N) / Hvid solhat (DK) / Rudbeckia blanc / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstring: VIII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Hvite blomster. Herdighet: Tørking: Nokså fort og greit. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 30,- Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 21.09. 2005 ca. 6 m s og 1, 2 m ø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

-- Agastache foeniculum / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. i noe dårlig forfatning kjøpt kr. ca. 49,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet -

ok-- Heliopsis helianthoides scabra / Zonneoog / Sonnenauge / Heliopsis / Heliopside / Dagöga (S) / Soldagøje (DK) / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Sol. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. ca. 49,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.09. 2005, utplantet 21.09. 2005 ca. 1 m n og 0, 5 m ø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

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ok-- Hassel (N) / - Tre, buskaktig. – 1 stk. lite eks. antagligvis spiret fra frø hentet med rot ifra nærområdet her (ca. 1 km øst for Huset her) 17.09. 2005, pottet samme dag og utplantet ca. 3 m s og 1 m vest for hestekastanje-treet ca. 20 m øst for Fjøsbygningens sørside. - RLH, 17.09. 2005: Det vokser mange småtrær vill-hassel der antagligvis ifra frø, og voksne hasseltrær, og vi fant mange enda ikke modne (men likevel gode) hasselnøtter der i dag, som nok modner nu efter hvert. – Og 1 stk. frøplante hasselnøtt hentet med rot (av Frøydis og Alfredo) ifra nærområdet her (ca. 1 – 2 km n for Huset her) 05.10. 2005, pottet samme dag og utplantet -

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ok-- Callicarpa bod. / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 165,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.09. 2005, utplantet ca. 9 m v & 2 m s for nedre porten i nordre steinmuren her. -

ok-- Pseudosasa japonica, Bambus / Gartenbambus / Bamboe / Bambou / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 225,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 10 m v & 8 m n for mannaasken. – Ifra merkelappen: ”This pseudasa can be placed in the sun or semi-shade or shade. The height of the plant is ca. 300 cm. Pruning not recommended. Evergreen.” -

ok-- Torreya californica / Californisk plommetaks (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 185,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 1 m n & 4 m v for mannaasken. -

ok-- Phlox paniculata Kirchenfûrst DAFO / Høstfloks (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Røde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 35,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.09. 2005, utplantet 11.09. 2005 ca. 2 m s & 4 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørrne. -

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ok-- Lillium regale? / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 08.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 4 m s og 1 m v for det store gamle plommetreet. Dvs. ca. 2 m n for det gamle Flaggstangstativet. –

ok-- Hemerocallis hybrid / - Staude. Høyde: 70 – 90 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Oransjegule blomster? Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 69,- (minus 50% høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter 08.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 7 m v og 1 m nfor Hønsehusets sv hjørne. -

ok-- Physostegia virginiana Vivid / Obedient Plant / Gelenkblume / Drejeblomst / Drakmynta / Virginialeddblomst / Kellopeippi / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstring: IX-X. Sol. Rødlige blomster. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,-? (minus 50% høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 6 m s og 1, 2 m ø for Snekkerbuens sø hjørne. -

ok-- Paeonia officinalis Rosea Plena / Klosterpion (N) / Bonderose / Bondpion / Peony / Pfingstrose / Tarhapioni / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 109,-? (minus 50% høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 3 m s og 3 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol. Rosa blomster. Snittblomst. Herdighet: -

ok-- Geum chiloense Lady Stratheden / Humleblomst, Nellikblomst (N) / Nellikerod (DK) / Praktnejlikrot (S) / Kellukka (SF) / Avens / Nelkenwurz / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,- (minus 50% høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 7, 5 m s og 2 m ø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster. Snittblomst. Herdighet: -

ok-- Lychnis coronaria / Kjærlighet (N) / Haveklinte (DK) / Purpurklâtt (S) / Harmaakâenkukka (SF) / Rose Campion (GB) / Lichtnelke (D) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,-? (minus 50% høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m s og 1, 5 m ø for Låvebroens sv hjørne. - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. Røde blomster. Snittblomst. Herdighet: -

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-- x stk. potteroser ifra ”komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, ompottet / plantet samme dag -

-- x stk. thuja ifra ”komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, ompottet / plantet samme dag - Den ene utplantet 11.09. 2005 ca. 4 m s & 2 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørrne. –

ok-- Rhododendron yakushimanumhybrid Lampion / - Busk. Høyde: ca. 0, 8 m? Tett vekst med mørke blad. Blomstring: V-VI. Laksrosa blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. ifra ”komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne 08.09. 2005, utplantet 11.09. 2005 ca. 2 m s & 2 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. -


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-- Yamsrot (N) / - 3 stk. yamsrot (ca. 30 kr. pr. kg) kjøpt 06.09. 2005 asia-butikk (Pedersgate) Stavanger, lagt ute i jord i svart stamp dagen efter -

-- berberis-frø bær

-- villris / - 1 pose 200 gram kr. 19,- kjøpt 06.09. 2005 asia-butikk (Pedersgate) Stavanger, -

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ok-- Phyllostachys bissetii, Bambus / Bambus (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 399,- (minus 50%) Plantasjen Forus Sandnes (ved Stavanger) 06.09. 2005, ompottet 08.09. 2005 og utplantet 10.09. 2005 ca. 8 m n & 3 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. - RLH, 06.09. 2005: Antagligvis en ikke klumpvoksende sort, men rotspringende. Jeg har foreløpig ikke noe annen informasjon om denne sorten, bortsett fra hva som fremgår av merkelappen (som forhåpentligvis er korrekt), og hva jeg ser i potten og iøvrig så der den ble solgt i hagesenteret. Det jeg så der var flere (om lag 10) eksemplar i potter. Jeg kjøpte den som så finest ut. De var omtrent halvmeteren eller meteren høye. De fleste så meget rufsete ut i de mer eller mindre svidde bladene, svidd av vind eller sol? Eller væte eller tørke? Eller jord? Trolig vind og mangel på egnede jordforhold, kanskje? Men den bør vel plasseres noe lunt, og ikke i for skrinn eller tørr jord kanskje? - Ifra merkelappen: ”Høyde: 5 – 8 m. Tykke opprette stammer fra basis. Humusrik fuktig jord. Vintergrønne lange blad. Herdighet: H5.” -

ok-- Miscanthus sinensis Zebrinus / Chinees riet / Stielblûtengras / Silver grass / Miscanthe / Zebra grâs / - Staude. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstring: IX-X. Sol. Plassering: Solitær og kantvekst. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Forus Sandnes (ved Stavanger) 06.09. 2005, ompottet 08.09. 2005 og utplantetca. 7 m n & 6 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

ok-- Lythrum sal. Blush / Kattestaart / Blutweiderich / Purple lythrum / Solicaire / Fackelblomster / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: V-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Rosa blomster. Egnet: Kantvekst. Snittplante. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Forus Sandnes (ved Stavanger) 06.09. 2005, utplantet 08.09. 2005 ca. 2 m v og 1 m n for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

ok-- Actinidia arguta Bayern Weiki / Zenska meska / Kiwi (N) / - Klatreplante, slyngplante, flerårig. Selvbestøvende. Høyde: Blomstring: V-VI. Sol. Frukt: X. Herdighet: Plassering: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 149,- (minus 50%) Sønnenå Hagesenter Sandnes (ved Stavanger) 06.09. 2005, utplantet 08.09. 2005 bortmot komposten Trampolineplassen. Dvs. ca. 4 m s og 4 m ø for Hønsebergets sv hjørne. Dvs. ca. 0, 5 m s og 0, 5 m ø for Clematis Nelly Moser. -

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-- Ficus carica x / - Ca. 15 stk. ifra “komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne, ompottet samme dag og utplantet - Derav 3 stk. utplantet 03.09. 2005 innmot innsiden av nordre steinmuren her. Dvs. Nr. 1 av 3: ca. 5 m øst for hovedinngangen. Nr. 2 av 3: ca. 13 m øst for hovedinngangen. Nr. 3 av 3: ca. 16 m øst for hovedinngangen. -

ok-- Prunus avium x ?, Søtkirsebær / - 3 stk. trær (podet) uten navnelapp og uten blader ifra ”komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 03.09. 2005 nø for Huset her. Nr. 1 av 3: ca. 7 m n og 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 2 av 3: ca. 8, 5 m n og 12 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 3 av 3: ca. 10 m n og 8 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

ok-- Prunus Blodplomme ? / - 1 stk. ifra ”komposten” til Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 03.09. 2005 nø for Huset her. Dvs. ca. 8 m n og 16 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

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ok-- Syringa hyacinthiflora Rosenrot / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. x,- Etne Hagesenter i Etne 01.09. 2005, utplantet 08.09. 2005 ca. 6 m s og 1 m ø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

ok-- Echinacea purpurea Magnus / - 1 stk. kr. 29,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter Etne 01.09. 2005, utplantet 08.09. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m n og 1, 5 m v for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

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29.08. 2005:

- sibirginseng gravd opp og satt i potte i dag. Fine, kraftige hvite røtter, men lite vekst over jorden enda. -

- popcorntreet x tatt med inn og satt i vinduskarmen sørsiden. Det har stått ute i potte, men ikke vokst noe, trolig fordi det er ekstra varmekrevende av seg. -

- eplemynte plantet nedved vannet

- preslia plantet nedved vannet og nv for det gamle plommetreet og utsiden hovedinngangen

- gul sivlilje delt opp til 4 potter og en bit plantet nordsiden vedbua

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ok-- Monarda hybrid, rosa blomster / - 1 stk. (med meldugg) kr. x,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 9 m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Lupinus polyphyllus hybrid, rød / - 1 stk. kr. 15,- kjøpt 25.08. 2005 Ebne Plantesalg Ølen, utplantet -

ok-- Lilium speciosum Rubrum / - 1 stk. kr. 69,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 3 m n for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

ok-- Asclepias tuberosa / Seidenblume (D) / - 3 stk. kr. 49,- pr. stk. (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet alle 29.08. 2005 i og utenfor Aspargesbedet. -

ok-- Aspargus officinalis Mary Washington / - 1 stk. kr. 49,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 11.09. 2005 ca. 0, 5 m s og 2 m v for sø hjørne av platået nordsiden den store Bålplassen. -

ok-- Geum montanum / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Oransje blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 19.50,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 1, 6 m v og 1, 5 m s for Låvebroens sv hjørne. -

ok-- Tricyrtis hirta / Krötenlilie (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstring: VIII-X. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 49,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 i Aspargesbedet. -

ok-- Echinacea purpurea / - 3 stk. kr. 29,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 1 stk. 29.08. 2005 ca. 3 m n og 3 m v for Låvebroens nv hjørne. De 2 andre av Trude i Åkerinngjerdingen. -

ok-- Buddleja davidii Pink Delight / - 1 stk. kr. 98,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 4 m n og 3 m s for det dtore gamle plommetreet. Dvs. innmot lønnetreet der. -

ok-- Hemerocallis citrina / Daglilje (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 59,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m v og 2 m s for Låvebroens sv hjørne. - -

ok-- Isop / 1 stk. kr. x,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 3 m v og 5 m s for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Dvs. inntil thujaen der. -

ok-- Hemerocallis Hybride Aten P1, orange / - Staude. Høyde: 50 – 90 cm. Blomstring: V-IX. Oransje blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 69,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 4 m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

ok-- Aronia Aron eller Moskva / - 2 stk. a kr. 29,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet begge 29.08. 2005. Den ene ca. 1 m s for Rørbekkens utløp og den andre ca. 1 m n for samme utløp. -

ok-- Vinrabarbra (ifra Holland) / - 1 stk. kr. 79,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet ca. 10 m n & 4 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. -

ok-- Jordbærrabarbra (ifra Holland) / - 1 stk. kr. 79,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet ca. 6 m n og 2, 5 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -

ok-- Mimulus ringens / Gauklerblume / - Staude. Fuktjordsplante, vannplante. Vanndybde: 0 – 10 cm. Høyde: 40 – 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Blå blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 49,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 6 – 7 m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

ok-- Stokesia laevis / Stokesia / Blåklintsaster / Stokesie / Kornblumenaster / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: VIII-IX. Himmelblå blomster. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 35,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m v og 0, 5 m s for Låvebroens sv hjørne. -

ok-- Phlox paniculata? / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Rosa blomster, fin duft. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. x,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. nesten 3 m n for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

ok-- Primula florindae / Augustprimula (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Gule blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 35,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 4 m n og 4 m v for det store gamle plommetreet. -

ok-- Kinesisk gressløk ? / - 1 stk. kr. 0,- (fikk gratis) Ebne Plantesalg 25.08. 2005, utplantet 11.09. 2005 ca. 3 m s & 1 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørrne. -

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ok-- Liatris spicata Kobold / - 1 stk. kr. 29,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter Etne 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.05. 2005 ca. 1 m v for Aspargesbedet. -

ok-- Echinacea purpurea Magnus / - 1 stk. kr. 29,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter Etne 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 (av Trude) i Åkerinngjerdingen. -

ok-- Hemerocallis hybrid Double River Wye / - Staude. Høyde: 75 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 69,- (minus 50% høstrabatt) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter Etne 25.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 1 m s og 3 m ø for Hønsebergets sv hjørne. -

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-- Spansk Paraguayo (N) / - Tre, løvfellende? Høyde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: - 4 stk. (klasse 1) moden frukt kjøpt kr. 19.90,- Obs Amanda Haugesund ca. 17.08. 2005. Smaken minner om god fersken, men frukten flattrykt i begge ender. Søt og saftig. Kjernefrø som minner meget om fersken, men noe mindre. Det ene frøet sådd 20.08. 2005 i potte ute. De 3 andre frøene sådd 24.08. 2005 i potte (med pelargonia) i vinduskarmen inne. Frukten (i følge merkelapp) distribuert av: Frutas Esther, S.A., E-30550 Abaran (Murcia), Espana-C.I.F.: ES-A30034441 R.G.S.: 21. 1238/MU – R.I.A. 30/42098. www.frutasesther.es

-- Kaktusfiken, Fikenkaktus (N) / - 2 stk. frukt (ifra Italia) kjøpt kr. 19.90,- Obs Amanda Haugesund ca. 17.08. 2005. Ifra merkelappen: ”Bruk / smak: Spises som fersk frukt. Kan også brukes i fruktsalater og til iskrem. Frukten har en mild, søtlig smak. Tilberedning: Frukten kan deles i to på langs og spises med skje fra skallet. Andre opplysninger: Vokser på store kaktuser i ørkenstrøk. Mexicos statsvåpen inneholder kaktusfiken. Oppbevares i kjøleskap. Pakkedato: 10.08. 2005.” – Sådde noen av frøene hist og pist 03.09. 2005. -

-- Passiflora x / Pasjonsfrukt (N) / - 4 stk. frukt kjøpt kr. 19.90,- Obs Amanda Haugesund ca. 17.08. 2005. Fra merkelappen: ”Pasjonsfrukt fra Zimbabwe. Bruk / smak: Brukes som frisk frukt i fruktsalater eller til iskrem. Har en syrlig aromatisk smak. Tilberedning: Deles i to og det flytende fruktkjøttet spises med skje. Skallet skal være meget knudrete og rynket når frukten er moden. Oppbevaring i kjøleskap. Pakket av Holt Gård, 10.08. 2005.” - Sådde noen frøene hist og pist 03.09. 2005. -

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ok-- Lathyrus vernus (L.) / Vårerteknapp (N) / Frühlingsplatterbse (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 20 – 30 cm. Blomstring: IV-V. Lett skygge. Blomster rødaktig purpur, senere blå, 13 – 20 med mer lange, 3 – 10 i lange klaser. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg 17.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 ca. 3 m n og 5 m v for Låvebroens nv hjørne. Dvs. innmot lamarksøtmispelen og rosmarinen der. - Fra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Gehölz. Pflanzabstand: 35 cm. Schöne, buschigwachsende Waldstaude für humusreiche Mull- oder Moderböden im Schatten seit Jahren eingewurzelter gehölze. Verwendung unter Gehölzen im lichten, warmen Schatten.” – ”Lav til middels høy, glatt eller noe håret, tuet, flerårig; stengler uten vingekanter. Blad ender med brodd, ikke slyngtråd; småblad 2 – 4 par, ovale til lansettformede, spisse. Belg brun, 40 – 60 med mer, glatt. Habitat: Skog og kratt, oftest på kalkrik jord, til 1900 m. April – juni. Europeiske kontinent, unntatt lengst nord. I Norge spredt til Nordland. Pollinering: Bier.” – RLH, 30.05. 2006: Vokste og blomstret meget fint nu de siste uker! Har alt begynt å få belger. -

ok-- Lavatera thuringiaca / Buskmalve (N) / Buschmalve (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. Blomster rosa. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg 17.08. 2005, utplantet 19.08. 2005 ca. 3 m s og 6 m ø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. Dvs. innmot der hvor platået stuper ned. - Fra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Beet. Pflanzabstand: 50 – 100 cm. Malvenähnliche, sehr robuste Staude für den lichten Gehölzrand und Steppenheiden. Benötigt nährstoffreiche, durchlässige Böden in voller Sonne. Bezaubert mit einer verschwenderischen Fülle an Blüten. Gute Schnittblume.” –

-- Sisyrinchium californicum / Gul gresslilje, Sivlilje (N) / - 1 stk. (uten navnelapp) kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg 17.08. 2005, ompottet til ca. 4 potter 29.08. 2005 og en bit utplantet nordsiden av Vedbua, nedfor Ildhuset. -

ok-- Malva moschata / Moskuskattost (N) / Moskuskatost (DK) / Myskmalva (S) / Mauve (F) / Mallow (GB) / Moschusmalve (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 40 – 50 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg 17.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 platået sø for Snekkerbua, utmot kanten. -

ok-- Echinacea purpurea Magnus / - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg 17.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 (av Trude) i Åkerinngjerdingen. -

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ok-- Astrantia major / Stjerneskjerm (N) / Zeeuws knoopje / Grosse Sterndolde / Great masterwort / Grande astrance / Stjärnflocka (S) / - Staude. Høyde: ca. 70 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Halvskygge. Snittplante. Kantvekst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, utplantet 19.08. 2005 ca. 3 m n for Låvebroens nv hjørne. –

ok-- Aronia melanocarpa / Aronia, Svartsurbær (N) / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: ca. 200 cm. Blomstring: Frukt: Svarte, glinsende, gode frukter. Herdighet: H6-7. Tåler skygge, liker fuktig jord. - 2 stk. ca. 50 cm høye kjøpt (kr. 30,- pr. stk.) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, utplantet begge 29.08. 2005, den ene ca. 10 m ø for hovedinngangen til eiendommen her, innmot steinmuren der. Den andre ca. 21 m øst for samme hovedinngangen. -

-- Calamintha nepeta nepeta / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, satt i urne ute 19.08. 2005, utplantet -

ok-- Agastache rugosa Alabaster / Koreansk mynte (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, utplantet 19.08. 2005 ca. 5 m s for Låvebroens sv hjørne. -

ok-- Agastache foeniculum / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, utplantet 19.08. 2005 ca. 1 m s og 2 m ø for Hønebergets sv hjørne. -

-- Lavandula stoechas / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, satt i urne ute 19.08. 2005, utplantet -

-- Yucca flaccida / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, satt i urne ute 19.08. 2005, utplantet -

-- Anchusa azurea Loddon Royalist / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, satt i urne ute 19.08. 2005, utplantet -

ok-- Echinacea purpurea / - 2 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, utplantet 29.08. 2005 (av Trude) i Åkerinngjerdingen. -

ok-- Heliopsis helianthoides scabra / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Gule blomster. Herdighet. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.08. 2005, utplantet 19.08. 2005 ca. 4 m ø og 1 m s for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

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ok-- Vitis Marechal foch I Cont, Vindrue / - 1 stk. ca. kr. 180,- kjøpt 15.08. 2005 Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund, utplantet 03.09. 2005 (av Gudmund) ca. 2 m s og 11 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Dvs. innmot nedre siden av klippeberget der. -

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-- Fagus sylvatica Purpurea / Blodbøk (N) / - 1 stk. frøplante spiret her ute våren 2005 noen meter ifra de andre av samme sorten, plantet i potte 07. 2005, utplantet -

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ok-- Vitis Hasansky Sladki / Vindrue, Spisedrue, Drueplante (N) / - Rankende busk, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Frukt: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 179,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 30.07. 2005, utplantet (av Idun) 06.08. 2005 ca. 6 – 7 m sør for ladanifer og klippeberget. Dvs. rett v for midten av Hønsehuset. Dvs. ca. 6 m s og 11 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne.- Det ble sagt ifra Spanne at den var kjøpt ifra Rusvik i år. – Ifra merkelappen til Spanne Plantesalg: ”Ny russisk sort, middels kraftigvoksende. Herdig ned til minus 25 grader Celsius. Druene modner tidlig ca. 5. september. De er forholdsvis små og blå med en søt god smak. Bladene har flott rødfarge på høsten.” – Rusvik Vinplanter 2004: ”Hasansky Sladki er en middels kraftigvoksende sort fra Russland som er herdig ned mot -35 grader. Druene er små, 1, 2 g og blå på middels store klaser. God, søt smak på druene, som gir en beaujolais liknende rødvin . Sorten er middels produktiv og modner ca 10. september. De nederste bladene får en fin rødfarge sent på sommeren. Kan ikke leveres før 2004.” -


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-- Hyacinth / - Staude. Vannplante. – Fikk 2 stk. ifra Arne Ødegård i Skjold 25.07. 2005, utplantet Han visste ikke navnet enda. –

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-- Ficus carica Higos Negros / Fiken, Fikentre (N) / Higuera / Figuier / Fig tree (GB) / Figenbaum (D) / - Tre, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. (med kraftig fin rot) kjøpt kr. 149,- minus 50 % Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.07. 2005, ompottet 20.07. 2005, og utplantet 06.08. 2005 i Urtesteingarden få m ifra søndre steinmuren. -

-- Ficus carica Higos Blancos / Fiken, Fikentre (N) / Higuera / Figuier / Fig tree (GB) / Figenbaum (D) / - Tre, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. (med noen små umodne frukter på) kjøpt kr. 149,- minus 50 % Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.07. 2005, ompottet 20.07. 2005, og utplantet 06.08. 2005 i Urtesteingarden i nærheten av ferskentrærne der. -

q-- Tyrkermynte / - 1 stk. (ifra Gjennestad Gartnerskole, Norge) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 19.07. 2005, utplantet 02.08. 2005 bortved Gudmunddammen,m sø for den der. -

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-- Pestilensurt (N) / - Tok 1 stk. stikling 15.07. 2005 ifra potte nedved rørbekkens utløp og dam (potte medbragt fra Høylandet esller annet sted eller Trøndelag?), pottet samme dag og satt i området v for Låvebroen. –

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-- Potentilla astrosanguinea / Rød potentil / Blodfingerört / Blodmure (N) / Potentille rouge / Cinquefoil red / Fingerkraut rot (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol. Røde blomster. – 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, utplantet 05.07 2005 -

-- Preslia cervina / Engelse watermunt / Blaue Englische Wasserminze (D) / Water spearmint (GB) / Preslia / - Staude. Høyde: 30 – 40 cm. Vanndybde planting: 0 – 15 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Velduftende, mynteduftende bladverk. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy Hagesenter (Flyplassveien), ompottet til 5 potter 05.07. 2005 og -

-- Basilikum / - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy Hagesenter (Flyplassveien), ompottet 07. 05. 2005 og -

-- Malva moschata / Moskuskattost (N) / Moskuskatost (DK) / Myskmalva (S) / Mauve (F) / Mallow (GB) / Moschusmalve (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 40 – 50 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy Hagesenter (Flyplassveien), utplantet 05.07. 2005 ca. 1, 2 m v for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

-- Hypericum excellent Flair / Prakthyperikum / Hertshooi / Johanniskraut / Arons-beard / Millepertuis a grandes fl. / - Staude. Bunndekkende. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster, store svarte frukter. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,- fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen), utplantet 05.07. 2005 ca. 1 m n for den store furustubben sør Trampolineplassen. -

-- Hypericum hookerianum Hidcote / Gull-hyperikum / Hertshooi / Johanniskraut / Arons-beard / Millepertuis a grandes fl. / - Staude. Bunndekkende. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Store gule enkle blomster, store svarte frukter. Herdighet: Solrik, lun vokseplass. Herdighet: H3. Planteavstand: 1 m. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 49,- fredag 01.07. 2005 Vea Hagesenter Karmøy, utplantet 05.07. 2005 -


-- Hemerocallis hybrid Strawberry Candy / Daglilje (N) / Daglilja / Day Lily (GB) / Taglilie (D) / Pälvänlilja / - Staude. Høyde: 65 cm. Blomstring: Lysrøde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 70,- fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, utplantet 05.07. 2005 ca. 2 m ø og 0, 5 m n for Vedbuas nø hjørne. -

-- Dictamnus albus Albiflorus / Vuurwerkplant / Diptam / Burning Bush / Mose Brinnande Buske / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Hvite blomster. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- fredag 01.07. 2005 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, Karmøy), utplantet -

-- Lavandula Coco / - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, utplantet 05.07. 2005 i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Oregano / Bergmynte (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, ompottet 05.07. 2005 og utplantet -

-- Rosmarin (N) / - Staude. - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, ompottet 05.07. 2005 og utplantet -

-- Thymus serpyllum Goldstream / Timian (DK) / Backtimjan (S) / Kryptimian (N) / Thym serpollet (F) / Thyme (GB) / Feldtthymian (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 5 cm. Sol. Blomstring: VI-VII. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, utplantet 02.08. 2005 ca. x m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Thymus vulgaris / Timian, Suppetimian (N( / - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, utplantet 02.08. 2005 ca. x m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Salvia officinalis / - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy, ompottet 05.07. 2005 og utplantet -

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-- Physalis peruviana / Ananaskirsebær, Barbadoslykt, Lampekirsebær (N) / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Frukt: Herdighet: - Fikk ifra Arne Ødegård 2005 en potte med ”Ananaskirsebær”, utplantet 06.08. 2005 n for Husets nv hjørne. Arne Ødegård hadde planten ifra noen andre og var noe usikker på om det faktisk er Physalis peruviana. -


-- Robinia hispida / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 245,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 24.06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 i østlige ende innsiden (sørsiden) av den nordlige steinmuren. -

-- Xanthoceras sorbifolium / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 260,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 24.06. 2005, utplantet -

-- Lupinus My Castle / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Røde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 40,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 24.06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 sørsiden innsiden Trampolineplassen. -

-- Genista tinctoria Royal Gold / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 80,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik i Skjold 24.06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m s og 1, 5 m ø for Platåets sø hjørne Bålplassen. -

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-- Hypericum Prikkperikum / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 05.07. 2005 sv for den store Bålplassen. -

-- Thymus citriodorus Doone Valley / - Staude. Krydderplante. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Lyst og solrikt. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 29,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 02.08. 2005 ca. x m n for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Løvemunn / Løvemunn (N) / - Ettårig? Høyde: Blomstring: Gule blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. i blomst kr. 29,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet -

-- Aronia Aron / Svartsurbær, Aronia (N) / - Busk, løvfellende. - 2 stk. a kr. 29,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 22.06. 2005, utplantet begge 22.06. 2005 nordsiden Huset her. Den ene ca. 7 m n og 1, 5 m ø for Husets nv hjørne, den andre ca. 9 m n og 3 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Lupinus polyphyllus Mein Schloss / Blomsterlupin / Hagelupin / Zwerglupine / Kirjolupiini (SF) / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Røde blomster. Snittblomst. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt 06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 sørsiden innsiden Trampolineplassen. -

-- Veronica officinalis / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 39,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 22.06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 i det store steinbedet øst for Fjøsbygningen og Hønsehuset. -

-- Pelargonium Zonale 5 (?) / Duftpelargonium (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 49,-? Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 22.06. 2005, -

-- Phlox maculata Alpha / Floks / Prickflox / Phlox / Flammenblume / Täplâleimu (SF) / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kr. 39,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen 22.06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 ca. 4 m ø og 5 m s for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

-- Echinacea purpurea / Rudbeckia (N) / Zonnehoed / Purple-Rudbeckia / Purple echinacea / Rudbeckie pouprèe / Röd rudbeckia / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kr. 69,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen 22.06. 2005, utplantet 05.07. 2005 av Trudemor i Åkerinngjerdingen. -

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-- Salix sachalinensis Sekka / Japanese Fantail Willow / - Tre, løvfellende. Japan. Høyde: 10 – 15 ft. high and wide. Blomstring: Herdighet: US Zone 4 – 7. - 1 stk. 2 m pisk kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 20.06. 2005 ca. 10? m v for Hønsehusets nv hjørne. – ”This interesting cultivar has fasciated, flat, and twisted branches that can be tilized in floral arrangements. To maximize this condition, prune severely in late winter. Sekka is a male clone with pretty, ½ - ¼ in. long, grayish catkins in Marsh. It develops into a broad-rounded shrub. Defenitely not a choice for the small property.” M. A. Dirr. -

-- Salix viminalis / Kurvpil, Korgpil (N) / Osier (GB) / Basket Willow [B,P], Common Osier [L], Katwilg [D] / Båndpil (N) / - Tre, løvfellende. Særbu. Høyde, bredde: 4 - 6 m. Blomstring: IV-V. Herdighet: - 10 stk. pisker (hekk-bundt) kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 20.06. 2005 nordsiden av Huset her. RLH, 05.08. 2006: Noen av disse tok vi igår mange kvister ifra for å rote til nye planter. RLH, 21.08. 2006: Jeg har i dag utplantet mere enn 70 kurvpil / Salix viminalis i noen våtområder her på eiendommen, med spett, kvister ifra 04.08. 2006 som har fått noe rot av å stå i skyggen i en bøtte nesten halvfull med vann. Ca. 3 – 4 ved Kompostsvingen vest for Hønsehuset, men de fleste i nordenden av vannet. - 1 stk. stikling uten rot utplantet 25.10. 2006 ved den ene (nordligste) av to laurbær-busker ca. 10? m s for Snekkerbuas sv hjørne. – RLH, 28.02. 2007: Jeg og Trude skar ned kurvpilene på nordsiden av Huset her i dag. (Samt 3 andre piletrær øst for Fjøsets nø hjørne.) – RLH, 05.05. 2007: Jeg og Alfredo utplantet ca. 40 av disse (ifra 28.02. 2007) i kveld øst for Urtesteingarden og Tindvedhagen, nedmot bekken. -

- PFAF: ”Range: Britain. Habitat: By rivers and streams, also on deep moist alluvial soils, avoiding very acid soils [186]. Physical Characteristics: A decidious tree growing to 6 m by 4 m at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 4 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from April to May, and the seeds ripen in June. The flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant not is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist or wet soil. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Inner bark; Leaves. Inner bark - raw or cooked. It can be dried, ground into a powder and then added to cereal flour for use in making bread etc. A very bitter flavour, it is a famine food that is only used when all else fails [172]. Young shoots - cooked. Not very palatable [172]. Medicinal Uses: Anodyne; Antirheumatic; Febrifuge. Antirheumatic, febrifuge [13]. The fresh bark of all members of this genus contains salicin [226], which probably decomposes into salicylic acid (closely related to aspirin) in the human body [213]. This is used as an anodyne and febrifuge [226]. Other Uses: Basketry; Soil stabilization; Tannin. The stems are very flexible and are used in basket making [11, 23, 46]. The plant is usually coppiced annually when grown for basket making, though it is possible to coppice it every two years if thick poles are required as uprights. The annual yield can be around 12 tonnes per hectare, 40% of which is class 1 [74]. The bark contains about 10 % tannin [223]. Often planted along the banks of rivers and lakes to prevent soil erosion [1]. Cultivation details: Succeeds in most soils, including wet, ill-drained or intermittently flooded soils[1, 11], but prefers a damp, heavy soil in a sunny position [200]. Dislikes heavy shade and dry soils [186]. Rarely thrives on chalk [200]. Tolerates atmospheric pollution [186]. A fast growing tree, it is very wind resistant [K]. Widely cultivated for basket making, there are many named varieties [11, 17]. Trees are usually coppiced annually for this purpose, they do not respond so well to pollarding. It should be cut back almost to ground level each year when being grown for basket making since this encourages the production of long flexible shoots [11]. In very good conditions plants can put on 4 metres or more of new growth in a year when treated in this way. A very important food source for the caterpillars of many butterfly species [30], it is also a valuable early pollen source for bees [11, 186]. The plants are rich in insect life [186]. Best planted into its permanent position as soon as possible [11]. The root system is rather aggressive and can cause problems with drains [200]. Plants are best not grown within 10 metres of buildings. Plants in this genus are notably susceptible to honey fungus [200]. Dioecious. Male and female plants must be grown if seed is required. Propagation: Seed - must be surface sown as soon as it is ripe in late spring. It has a very short viability, perhaps as little as a few days. Cuttings of mature wood of the current year's growth, November to February in a sheltered outdoor bed or planted straight into their permanent position and given a good weed-suppressing mulch. Very easy. Plant into their permanent positions in the autumn. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, June to August in a frame. Very easy. Cultivars: '' No entries have been made for this species as yet.” -

-- Indigofera x? / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 139,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m øst for sø hjørnet til platået nordsiden den store Bålplassen. Ved epletreet Enestående der. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa Jenny / Kiwi, selvbestøvende / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ved Pyrus Gråpære inntil den store bratte bergveggen sv for Snekkerbuas sv hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: ”Selvklatrende busk med grønngule frukter. Plantes lunt. Beskjæring kun om sommeren. Modner i Sept. - Okt. Hvite, duftende blomster i juni. Nøysom. Salgsstr. 60/+ H2.” –

-- Rubus spectabilia / Salmonberry (USA) / - “This attractive native bramble shrub is the favourite of hummingbirds and was highly esteemed by Coastal Natives. Growing fast and erect, bushes reach 6' with a 6' spread. The large, reddish-purple flowers give way to yellow-rose tinted, edible berries. Their taste varies radically from bush to bush. Salmonberry is found in open forest areas, in sun or part shade, usually following a disturbance. Hardy from USDA zone 5-9, Salmonberry grows along the Pacific Coast from Alaska to California.” -

-- Rubus spectabilis Olympic Double / Salmonberry / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 179,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ca. 2 m sør for Bringebærbingens sø hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: ”Fylte rødrosa blomster midtsommers. Høyde: ca. 1 m.” -

-- Diervilla sessilifolia Dise / Southern Bush-Honeysuckle / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 100 - 200 cm. Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 128,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ca. 3 m v og 3 m n for den store furustubben sørsiden Trampolineplassen. Innunder kanten av trampolinen. - Fra merkelapp: ”Lav, tett forgrenet busk med rødgrønne blader og gule blomster i juli. Med alderen ca. 1 m høy og 1, 5 m bred.” -

-- Cornus kousa va. chinensis / Kornoelje / Japan-Hartriegel / Dogwood / Vornouiller / - Busk, lite tre. Løvfellende. Høyde: 300 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 398,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ca. 6 - 7 m øst for Bringebærbingens sø hjørne. -

-- Leycesteria formosa / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: VIII. Hvite blomster med røde dekk skjell. Henger i 10 cm lange klaser. Får skinnende brune / sorte bær. Herdighet: ”Bør stå litt lunt.” - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 sv for Låvebroens sv hjørne. - RLH, 21.11. 2006: Dette eks. trives tydelig veldig godt og har nu i år lenge og fortsatt struttet med elegant vekst og mye flotte beskjedne blomster og frukter! Det går nu mot vinter her og været er høstlig og ruskete, men idag enda strutter denne busken fullstappet med blomster. Det har her enda nu ikke vært minusgrader Celsis, bare ca. 0 grader omtrentlig. Fruktene, noe glinsende brunsvarte ovale bær (som ligner litt på flott) har vi smakt på tidligere, - de var da nokså beske med fæl eftersmak, - men nu i dag nokså gode, antagligvis fordi de er blitt såpass modne og det har blitt mye kjøligere og nær ved frost. Smakte nu i dag tydelig nokså som sjokolade. Vi skal undersøke alt dette nærmere efter hvert. Både spiselighet, smak og avling, etc. -

-- Pyracantha coccinea Orange Glow / Ildtorn / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: VI. Hvite blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Store, orange frukter høst - vinter. Herdighet: H2-3. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 169,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 bergavsats vest for Fjøsbygningens sv hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: ”Hvite blomster i juni. Har torner. Sol, halvskygge. Store orange frukter høst - vinter. Ca. høyde: 200 cm. Planteavstand: 1 m. Passer også inntil vegg.” -

-- Rubus odoratus / Duftbjørnebær, Roserips (N) / Thimbleberry (GB) / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 100 - 250 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Purpurrøde blomster og røde frukter. Herdighet: H7. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 128,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ca. 7, 5 m n og 4, 5 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Canna / - Staude? Høyde: Blomstring: Herdighet: - 1 stk. (fra frø i år) nesten i blomst (rødblomstrende) kjøpt ca. kr. 130,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 17.06. 2005, utplantet 18.06. 2005 ca. 9 m n og 3 m ø for Husets nv hjørne. -

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-- Hemerocallis flava / Daglilje (N) / Daglilja (S) / Daglilje (DK) / Day lily (GB) / Taglilie (D) / Hemerocalle hybride (F) / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Halvskygge. Gule blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.06. 2005, utplantet 15.06. 2005 ca. 2 m s og 0, 4 m ø for Vedbuas nø hjørne. -

-- Sitrontagetes / - 1 stk. kr. 29,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.06. 2005, satt ute i potteskjuler og utplantet -

-- Chrysanthemum leucanthemum Maikönigin / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. - 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.06. 2005, utplantet 15.06. 2005 i bedet til Stauda nordsiden utsiden av Åkerinngjerdingen. -

-- Thymus serpyllum Magic Carpet / - Staude. Høyde: 5 cm. Bunndekkende. Blomstring: V-VIII. Sol. - 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.06. 2005, utplantet 16.06. 2005 ca. 1? m v og 5? m s for det store gamle pæretreet. -

-- Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 12.06. 2005, utplantet 16.06. 2005 ca. 2 m vest og 1 m sør for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -

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-- Portulakk / - 1 potte kr. 29,- med flere stk. kjøpt Ølen Samvirkelag 14.06. 2005, ompottet 20.06. 2005 og utplantet -

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-- Stewartia pseudocamellia / Japanese Stewartia / - Tre, løvfellende, ofte flerstammet. Høyde: 20 - 40 ft. high and wide. Japan. US Zones: 4-7. - 1 stk. ca. 25 cm kr. 100,- kjøpt 13.06. 2005 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold, utplantet 16.06. 2005 ca. 2 m sør og 6 m øst for det gamle Flaggstangstativet. Dvs. ca. 10 m n for Husets nø hjørne. -

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-- Lychnis coronaria / Haveklinte / Purpurklätt / Kjærlighet / Rose Campion / Lichtnelke / Harmaakäenkukka (SF) / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Sol. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 07.06. 2005, utplantet 08.06. 2005 ca. 4 m vest for Fjøsbygningens nv hjørne. -

-- Paeonia officinalis Rubra Plena / Bonderose / Klosterpion (N) / Peony / Bondpion / Pfingstrose / Tarhapioni (SF) / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Røde blomster. Snittblomst. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 07.06. 2005 ca. kr. 100,- Etne Hagesenter Etne, utplantet 05.06. 2005 ca. 2 m vest for Låvebroens sv hjørne. -

-- Paeonia lactiflora / Silkepæon (DK) / Luktpion (S) / Silkeoion (N) / Paeony red (GB) / Pfingstrose rot (D) / Pivoine rouge (F) / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Røde blomster. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 07.06. 2005 ca. kr. 100,- Etne Hagesenter Etne, utplantet 08.06. 2005 ca. 7 m vest for Fjøsbygningens nv hjørne. -

-- Oregano / - 1 stk. kjøpt 07.06. 2005, utplantet 08.06. 2005 ca. 1 m sø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. -

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-- Rhododendron luteum / Azalea / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: Duftende, gule blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr 270,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.06. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 5 m nord og 0, 5 m øst for Husets nv hjørne. -

-- Filipendula rubra Venusta / Mjødurt, rosa / - Staude. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Rødrosa blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kr. 50,- (minus rabatt) kjøpt 10.06. 2005 Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik Skjold, utplantet samme dag ca. 5 m nord og 1, 2 m øst for Husets nv hjørne. – RLH, 02.05. 2007: Tok i dag flere stiklinger (med rot) av denne, og utplantet en ca. 9 m n & 1, 5 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Ca. 0, 5 v for Malus Sukkereple. -

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ok-- Phlomis fruticosa / Jerusalemsalvie (N) / - Staude, busk. Høyde: opptil ca. 200 cm. Blomstring: V i Grekenland. Sol. Gule blomster. - Noen stiklinger ifra Grekenland 05. 2005, pottet 04.06. 2005, og den ene som klarte seg utplantet 11.09. 2005 ca. 2 m v for ladanifer under samme klippeberghenget vest for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningens sørende. -

-- Alliaria petiolata / Løkurt (N) / - Staude, eller 2-årig. Høyde: opptil 100 cm. Blomstring: V. Halvskygge. Hvite, uanseelige. Hele urten løkduftende. Familie: Cruciferae. - Noen få stiklinger ifra Nord-Tyskland slutten av mai 2005, pottet 04.06. 2005 og utplantet - ”Voksested: Skogkanten, langs åkrer; Nord-Afrika, Europa, Asia.” - ”På denne toårige eller flerårige urten lukter det hvitløk av både bladene, de hvite blomstene, smale frøbelgene og pæleroten. Anvendelse: De grønne frøbelgene stekes. Knuste frø brukes som krydder, og de hvitløkduftende bladene brukes i diverse retter. Bladteen er blodrensende. Når planten er i blomst, virker den slimløsende, antiseptisk, stimulerende og anti-astmatisk, den driver ut innvollsorm og gjør at sår gror fortere. Et grøtomslag er gunstig for sårdannelse i huden. - Har bittesmå, hvite vårblomster. - Bladene gir gult fargestoff. - De nederste bladene har lange stilker.” Lesley Bremnes i ”Herbs”. -

-- Brennesle (N) / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: - Noen stiklinger ifra Nord-Tyskland slutten av mai 2005, utplantet 10.06. 2005 ca. 2, 5 m nord og nordvest for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Pestilens? / - Stikling ifra Nord-Tyskland slutten av mai 2005, utplantet ca. 04.06. 2005 ca. 10 m nord og 3 m øst for Husets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Nespolo / Mespolo (Italy) / Maltesisk eriki (plomme), Maltesisk plomme (Tyrkia) / - Tre. Høyde: Blomstring: - 1 stk. kjøpt mai 2005 Tyrkia, utplantet 12.06. 2005 inntil midten av innsiden av Åkerinngjerdingen (øst for Huset her). - Og flere frukter kjøpt i Tyrkia og Grekenland med frø, sådd - RLH, 07.06. 2005: Treet vokste i mai 2005 i hager mange steder i både Tyrkia og Grekenland og bar da modne og nesten modne, fine frukter. Fruktene (dyrket lokalt / regionalt eller også importert) ble også solgt i mange butikker. Fruktene omtrent plommestore og oransje til oransjebrungule med ca. 3 opptil hasselnøttstore ovale frø (med tynt brunt skall). – RLH, 20.07. 2005: Et av frøene spiret frem i vinduskarmen nordsiden av Huset her, utplantet i dag ca. 15 m v for mellom Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. Dvs. under berghenget der, en m eller to ifra (vest for) Malus Nanna der. – Og 1 stk. småplante – Småplante Eriobotrya japonica x nr. 1 - ifra de samme frøene utplantet 01.09. 2005 ca. 4 m sør for nedre enden av klippeberget vest for Hønsehuset og sørenden av Fjøsbygningen. Dvs. ca. 6 m s og 11 m v for Låvebroens sv hjørne. – Og Småplante Eriobotrya japonica x nr. 2 (ifra de samme frøene) utplantet 04.09. 2005 ca. 26 m øst og 2 m sør for Hovedinngangen til eiendommen her. Dvs. ca. 10 – 11 m vest og 2 m sør for nedre inngangen i nordre steinmuren. -

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-- Eriobotrya japonica / Photinia japonica ((Thunb.)Franch.&Sav.), Mespilus japonica (Thunb.) / Loquat (GB) / - PFAF: “Other Common Names: Biwa [E], Loquat [H,P,E,B], P'I P'A [E]. Other Possible Synonyms: Crataegus bibas [H]. Range: E. Asia - China, Japan. Habitat: Not known in the wild [109]. Known Hazards: The seed is slightly poisonous. This report probably refers to the hydrogen cyanide that is found in many plants of this family, the seed should only be used in small amounts if it is bitter [K]. In small quantities, hydrogen cyanide has been shown to stimulate respiration and improve digestion, it is also claimed to be of benefit in the treatment of cancer. In excess, however, it can cause respiratory failure and even death. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen tree growing to 9 m by 5 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7. It is in leaf all year, in flower from November to March, and the seeds ripen from April to June. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness.

The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Secondary, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar 'Advance': Woodland, Secondary, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Edible Uses: Coffee; Fruit; Seed. Fruit - raw, cooked or preserved [46]. A slightly acid, sweet aromatic flavour [200], they can be eaten out of hand or cooked in pies, sauces, jellies etc [3]. Loquat pie, if made from fruit that is not fully ripe, is said to taste like cherry pie [183]. The fruit is produced in winter and early spring [132], it is up to 4cm in diameter [200]. A nutritional analysis is available [218]. Seed - cooked. A pleasant flavour [142]. Caution is advised if the seed is bitter, see notes at top of the page. The roasted seed is a coffee substitute [105, 177, 183]. Composition: Fruit (Dry weight) In grammes per 100g weight of food: Water: 0 Calories: 360 Protein: 3.6 Fat: 3.2 Carbohydrate: 90 Fibre: 5.8 Ash: 4. In milligrammes per 100 g weight of food: Calcium: 290 Phosphorus: 190 Iron: 4.3 Sodium: 35 Potassium: 2650 VitaminA: 5000 Thiamine: 0.18 Riboflavin: 4.9 Niacin: 2.3 VitaminC: 7.84 Source: [218]. Notes: The figures given are the median of a range quoted in the report. Medicinal Uses: Analgesic; Antibacterial; Antiemetic; Antitussive; Antiviral; Astringent; Expectorant; Sedative. The loquat is one of the most popular cough remedies in the Far East, it is the ingredient of many patent medicines [238]. The leaves are analgesic, antibacterial, antiemetic, antitussive, antiviral, astringent and expectorant [7, 116, 147, 176, 218]. A decoction of the leaves or young shoots is used as an intestinal astringent and as a mouthwash in cases of thrush and also in the treatment of bronchitis, coughs, feverish colds etc [7, 238]. The leaves are harvested as required and can be used fresh or dried [238]. The hairs should be removed from the leaves in order to prevent irritation of the throat [238]. The flowers are expectorant [218, 240]. The fruit is slightly astringent, expectorant and sedative [7, 240]. It is used in allaying vomiting and thirst [240]. Other Uses: Wood. Wood - hard, close grained. Used for rulers etc [146]. Cultivation details: Prefers a fertile well-drained soil in full sun or light shade [200]. Succeeds in any well-drained soil but dislikes too much lime [3]. Prefers to be near the coast, tolerating maritime exposure but dislikes cold winds [200]. Tolerates dry soils [200]. Succeeds in an open position in the milder areas of Britain but usually requires wall protection in most of this country [11, 59]. Plants are hardy to at least -5°c, and can survive to between -12 and -17°c but with some damage [200]. Plants from different provenances differ widely in their hardiness, it is best to obtain stock as cuttings from plants that are established in this country [219]. Trees usually only flower and produce fruit in Britain after a long hot summer [11, 202], but a tree at Maidwell Hall in Northants fruits regularly [11]. The main difficulty with producing a crop of fruit from this tree is that the plant flower in the winter and will not ripen fruit of a satisfactory standard if the winter is cold. Indeed, the fruit is rendered inedible by hard frosts in cold areas [200]. Often cultivated for its edible fruit in warm temperate regions, there are more than 800 cultivars in Japan [200]. 'Advance' is a dwarf tree with very juicy fruits [200]. The flowers emit a most potent oriental perfume [245]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold fame in the spring [200]. Pre-soak stored seed for 24 hours and sow late winter in a warm greenhouse [78, 113]. Germination usually takes place within 1 - 4 months at 20°c. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Cuttings of half-ripe wood with a heel, July / August in a frame [200]. Cuttings of softwood, spring in a frame [78]. Air layering [200]. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The flowers emit a most potent oriental perfume. Cultivars: -

'Gold Nugget' - The fruit has a sweet orange flesh [260]. - 'Advance' - Medium to large, pear-shaped to elliptic-round fruits, deep yellow in colour, borne in large compact clusters [183]. The skin is downy, thick and tough, the flesh whitish, translucent, melting and very juicy, the flavour sub-acid and very pleasant, the quality good [183]. Ripens mid-season [183]. The seeds are commonly 4 - 5 to a fruit, the seed cavity is not large[183]. This cultivar is a natural dwarf, growing about 1.5 metres tall [183]. It is highly resistant to pear blight [183]. Self-infertile, it requires a pollinator for fruit production [183]. 'Gold Nugget' is said to be a good pollinator [183].” -


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Eriobotrya japonica - loquat, nespolo (spiselig frukt).

Eriobotrya japonica. This is called Japanese medlar in English, and is also loquat. It does not grow in England. This produces a soft sweet orange / yellow fruit which often has spotty black patrches on th outside. This is called nespole in Italian as well

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-- Eriobotrya japonica / Loquat / (Photinia japonica ((Thunb.)Franch.&Sav.), Mespilus japonica (Thunb.) / Japanese Medlar, Japanese Plum / Maltesisk plomme, Nespolo / - PFAF: “An evergreen tree growing to 9 m by 5 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7. It is in leaf all year, in flower from November to March, and the seeds ripen from April to June. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness.” - “Is grown in the subtropics for its woolly-skinned, plum-sized, yellow or orange fruits. These have a flavour reminiscent of apples and pears and contain one or many rather large seeds. They are commonly known as Loquats or in some areas as Japanese Plums or Japanese Medlars. The species is native to China and Japan and grows 6 - 9 m (20 - 30 ft) tall with large and handsome wrinkled leaves 15 - 22 cms (6 - 9 ins) long and 7 - 10 cms (3 - 4 ins) wide. The yellowish-white flowers are very fragrant and closely packed on stiff terminal panicles of 7 - 15 cms (3 - 6 ins). In cool temperate gardens the tree is only hardy when grown in sheltered places as against a warm wall. The fruits are eaten raw or cooked in preserves, compotes or stewed.” Frances Perry. –

Loquat; Eriobotrya japonica (Thunb.) Lindl.
Rose Family; ROSACEÆ
    The Loquat is a broadleaf evergreen shrub or small tree, dense in growth, bearing large, strong-textured leaves, creamy-white flowers, and yellow to orange edible fruit. It is called "Pe Pah" in its Chinese homeland, and "Biwa" in Japan. Cultivated in the Mediterranean region, it was likened to the medlar native there, and so was called "Neflier du Japon" (French), "Nispero del Japon" (Spanish), and "Nespolo giapponese" (Italian). This is not because it looks anything like the medlar (Mespilus germanica), but because a botanist once called it Mespilus japonica, and the name stuck.
    In this country, most Loquats are grown in California, but our mild Puget Sound climate should encourage us to plant more of them here. There are several dozen in Seattle.
    Though it produces edible fruit, the Loquat pays its own way simply as an ornamental, because it is so handsome and adaptable. It can be kept as a shrub at 10 feet tall or allowed to become a tree, eventually reaching 40 feet in height.
    In the landscape its effect is dark and bold, not to mention unusual. Plant one if its year-round greenery and extra-large leaves please you more than a typical ornamental shrub with smaller deciduous leaves. Loquat leaves measure as large as 16.5 inches long by 5.5 inches wide, and are pale, soft and fuzzy when unfolding, but grow dark, hard and thickly corrugated with age; the top side becomes shiny and smooth, the underside stays fuzzy.
    Fragrant creamy-white flowers, half an inch wide, are borne in dense, upright clusters 4 to 8 inches long, usually between October and January. They give rise to yellow or orange, more or less round and lightly fuzzy fruit, 1-3 inches long with one to several seeds. The fruit is not aromatic, nor especially flavorful. Birds sometimes go for it. It ripens in Seattle beginning in June and July, and fortunately tends to hang well, so need not be harvested hurriedly. In fact, the longer one waits the sweeter it grows.
    Most soils are suitable for Loquats, and either shade or sunshine permit good growth. A sunny site with rich soil may be best. Though drought-tolerant, it does better if given some summer watering. Pest and disease problems are minor. Pruning to thin the crown is advisable.
    Severe winter cold is the limiting factor. Loquats enjoy warm-temperate and subtropical climates. Freezing is a terrible shock to them. It zaps their flowers or young fruit, can turn the leaves brown, or even kill the shoot tips. This winter, for example, was so vicious and unusual, that many specimens look pitifully hideous. Certainly no fruit is to be expected this year.
    But go ahead and plant one! After all, it is hardy in general, and some have been here for decades to prove as much. There is an old tree almost 25 feet tall with a trunk a foot thick (see the photograph above) at 612 NW 56th Street (below Phinney Ridge).
    As far as I know, all Loquats available for sale locally are seedlings, whose vigor, appearance and fruit quality vary accordingly. Grafted varieties, if found, will command a premium price. A lone Loquat specimen will set fruit, but cross pollination from more than one will increase yields. The fruit is good raw or preserved, and Loquat pies are easy to make.
(Originally published in the April 1989 Seattle Tilth newsletter, along with an illustration by Annie Figliola. The specimen cited at 612 NW 56th Street is now much larger, with a tree-house in it. Some Seattle-area nurseries also will now and then sell grafted clones.) –
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Tsquare, 2004.11.12: Strange fruit. October trip to Italy - in Venice (and on the barge in Murano), the produce vendors had boxes of golf ball sized fruit, brown skin, crunchy interiors without discernable seeds. The blossom ends were quite large and recessed. Stem like a apple. The fruit was not tasty - bitter, but not quite to the unripe persimmon stage - more like heavy tannin. The vendor who offered me one to try did not speak English. I speak almost no Italian. He enjoyed the sourpuss face I made, but seemed genuinely surprised. I tried to ask if they need to be cooked, I believe he said no - and that they are eaten with cheese. I don't think they were quinces either. The leaves in the box were oval shaped, smooth. Any ideas what these are? I've stumped out local produce guys. Thanks!” - Albiston, 2004.11.12: “There´s two fruits I can think of. The first, fitting better your description, at least as looks go is giuggiole. Here´s a rather blurred picture. The other is corbezzolo. Both are rather uncommon today, but were eaten and grown more often in the past. If either one of these two is the right one I could ask for a little more info from my somewhat older relatives.” – Tsquare, 2004.11.12: “Corbezzolo is what we call "strawberrry tree". That isn't it. The other doesn't really look like it - unless they were ripened a long time more. I have a picture I will scan and post, when I figure it out.” – Pan, 2004.11.12: “The other is corbezzolo. - That looks something like a rambutan, but "scarce taste" would never describe that wonderful fruit!” – Kellytree, 2004.11.13: “nespolo??? (perhaps melbalm or something like that in english).” – Ore, 2004.11.13: “Ciao, - Are you sure it wasn't Kaki (th eJapanese name used here in Italy for the Persimmon)?? The not fully ripe KAKI is very tannic - I mean VERY tannic! A ripe one is very sweet but does have a seed structure - waiting for your pic! Ore.” – Balex: QUOTE (kellytree @ Nov 13 2004, 01:14 AM): nespolo??? (perhaps melbalm or something like that in english) - Yeah, could be medlar -- which are nespole in Italian. picture here edit -- here is a better picture here. (edited again -- not to be confused with the soft yellow fruit from spain, often with black spots that is called nespole as well which is a loquat or Japanese medlar).” -


Deirdre Straughan, 2004.11.15. “Corbezzolo! So that's what that is. I took pictures of some near our home the other day, wondering what it was. Judging by looks, they are related to lichis.” – Tsquare, 2004.11.15: - nespolo??? (perhaps melbalm or something like that in english) - Yeah, could be medlar -- which are nespole in Italian. picture here Yeah, could be medlar -- which are nespole in Italian. picture here edit -- here is a better picture here. (edited again -- not to be confused with the soft yellow fruit from spain, often with black spots that is called nespole as well which is a loquat or Japanese medlar) edit -- here is a better picture here. (edited again -- not to be confused with the soft yellow fruit from spain, often with black spots that is called nespole as well which is a loquat or Japanese medlar).” – “Thank you! That's it. No wonder it didn't taste like much - needed time to soften. Wish I had brought some home - now I'll have to look for a tree start to plant.” –- “tsquare, 2005.11.15: QUOTE (DeirdreStraughan @ Nov 15 2004, 08:29 AM) Corbezzolo! So that's what that is. I took pictures of some near our home the other day, wondering what it was. Judging by looks, they are related to lichis. - I saw some of these trees while hiking in Tuscany. Arbutus unedo are common in the Pacific Northwest as well - used as a landscaping tree where a green hedge is needed. I've never tried the fruit, friends have and lived to tell about it. I think the Portuguese make moonshine with them.” – Kellytree, 2004.11.15: “I really like nespole - it is such an easy fruit to eat - no emotion but satisfying and crunchy.” – Tsquare, 2004.11.15: “I recall seeing a tree with these on it, at the edge of a pear orchard just outside of Montepulciano - in the hail - in October. Glad I didn't eat the seeds when I bit into one!” – docsconz, 2004.11.15: “Corbezzolo are rather tasty IMO. My son and I found a wild tree bearing the fruit last year walking along the ridge overlooking Positano. We ate a bunch after we saw some Italians doing it. They were delicious. I also found, bought and ate some this fall at the Boqueria in Barcelona. These were still good, but not as good as that initial discovery.” --



- “There are two different fruit from different species that have similar names: - 1) - Mespilus germanica. This is "medlar" in English and grows in England. This produces a fruit that is very astringent unless left to rot slightly "Blett". This is called nespole in Italian, but I have never seen it in Italy. - 2) - Eriobotrya japonica. This is called Japanese medlar in English, and is also loquat. It does not grow in England. This produces a soft sweet orange/yellow fruit which often has spotty black patrches on th outside. This is called nespole in Italian as well.” – Pia: “They are quite common in Emilia Romagna.” – Pia: “Corbezzolo! So that's what that is. I took pictures of some near our home the other day, wondering what it was. Judging by looks, they are related to lichis.” – “They are delicious when they are fully ripe. You should try the honey made in Sardinia from corbezzolo: it's bitter and it is very good with pecorino cheese.” – Russ Parsons: “i've got no guesses and nothing to contribute. except this thread is why i still am addicted to this site. wonderful learned people from at least three countries contributing.” – Adam Balic: “Some more information on Medlars. There are several different types, some with more rounded fruit, some with flatter fruit. They taste similar. They also make a very attractive specimen fruit tree, growth similar to a quince (which is is related to, as well as apple/pears etc), with very attractive flowers. Japanese Medlars / Loquats are quite common in Australia as well, completely different thing.” -

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-- ”Koreansk selleri?” / - Staude: Høyde: Blomstring: - 3 stk. stiklinger kjøpt ifra Heine Refsing DK 02.06. 2005, pottet 04.06. 2005 og utplantet 10.06. 2005 sørøstre hjørnet av Åkerinngjerdingen. -
-- Ramsløk (N)/ - Staude. Høyde: Blomstring: - Noen (ca. 20) stk. kjøpt ifra Heine Refsing DK 02.06. 2005, pottet 04.06. 2005 og utplantet -
-- Rubus illecebrosus / Rubus sorbifolius (Hort. non Maxim.), Rubus rosaefolius coronarius simpliciflorus (Makino.), Rubus commersonii illecebrosus ((Focke.)Makino.) / Strawberry-raspberry (GB) / - Staude, halvbusk. Høyde: 60 - 100 cm. Blomstring: - 2 stk. stiklinger kjøpt ifra Heine Refsing DK 02.06. 2005, pottet 04.06. 2005 og utplantet - PFAF: ”Range: E. Asia - Japan. Habitat: Thickets and waste ground [58]. Order: Rosales . Rose family. Listed as noxious / invasive for: Tasmaina. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 0.6 m by 1 m . It is hardy to zone 5 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in July, and the seeds ripen in August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Ground Cover. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit - raw or cooked. Fairly large and sweet but insipid raw [11, K]. The fruit is said to develop more flavour when it is cooked [183]. Another report says that the fruit is sour, bitter and unpalatable raw [3, 183], though this does not agree with the plants we are growing [K]. The fruit is about 30 mm in diameter [200]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: Dye; Ground cover. A purple to dull blue dye is obtained from the fruit [168]. A good ground cover plant for a sunny position or light shade [3]. It spreads freely once established, but dies down over the winter and thus can allow other species to invade [K]. Cultivation details: Easily grown in a good well-drained loamy soil in sun or semi-shade [1, 11, 200]. Sometimes cultivated for its edible fruit and occasionally naturalized in Europe [50]. Plants spread freely when in a suitable site and are apt to become invasive [182]. The plant adopts an almost herbaceous habit and is botanically a sub-shrub, only a small amount of woody stem persists overwinter [K]. Plants in this genus are notably susceptible to honey fungus [200]. Propagation: Seed - requires stratification and is best sown in early autumn in a cold frame. Stored seed requires one month stratification at about 3°c and is best sown as early as possible in the year. Prick out the seedlings when they are large enough to handle and grow on in a cold frame. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame [200]. Tip layering in July. Plant out in autumn. Division in early spring or just before leaf-fall in the autumn [200].” -
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-- Hedysarum multijugum / French Honeysuckle (GB) / Hahnenkopf (D) / Sainfoin (F) / - Busk, løvfellende. Mongolia. Høyde: 50 - 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol. Beskjæring: III. Fra merkelapp: ”Bør ha full sol, lett, varm, sandholdig jord. Passer i staudebed. Blomstrer lenge: VI-VIII. Blomstene er lysende røde i 25 cm lange opprette klaser. Mere info side A 227 (i Dansk Haveleksikon, 1997). - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 30.04. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 3 m sør og 2 m vest for vestre ende av midtre steinmuren (mellom øvre Hasselnøtthagen og Urtesteingarden). -
-- Russisk estragon / - Staude. Krydderurt. - 1 stk. kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund 30.04. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m sør og 1 m øst for den store høye furustubben sørsiden Trampolineplassen. -
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-- Dianthus x? / Nellik / - Rosa blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 25,- Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik 25.04. 2005, utplantet samme dag i potte. -
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!!!-- Sciadopitys verticillata / Skjermtre, Skjermgran (N) / Japanese Umbrellapine / - Tre. Eviggrønn. Ofte med flere topper. Høyde: 20 - 30 ft. high, 15 - 20 ft. wide. Japan. US Zones: 4 - 8. Nøysom. H4-5. - 3 stk. ca. 50 cm kjøpt kr. 500,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik 23.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 på linje øst nordøst for Husets nordøstre hjørne. Dvs. nr. 1 av 3 ca. 9 m ø og 4 m n for Husets nø hjørne. Nr. 2 av 3 ca. 4 m lengre øst, og nr. 3 av 3 ca. enda 4 m lengre øst. -
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!!!-- Duchesnea indica / Indische Erdbeere / Sieraardbei / - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Antall pr. kvadratmeter: 7. Blomstring: V-X. Sol, halvskygge. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt Krogstad Plantesalg (ikke langt fra Aksdal ved Haugesund) 23.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 sør for Husets sørvestre hjørne. -
-- Duchesnea indica / Trugerdbeere / - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstring: V-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Frukter: Røde. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 14 m vest for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne, innmot stikkelsbær Invicta der. - Fra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Gehölzrand. Pflanzabstand: 25 cm. Sehr robuster Flächendecker. Verbreitet sich schnell durch oberirdische Ausläufer, bestens geeignet, um Problemflächen im halbschattigen und schattigen Bereich zu schlieben.“ -
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!!!-- Amelancier alnifolia Alvdal / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 50,- Karmøy Hagesenter Karmøy 20.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 Hønseberget, sørsiden. -
-- Myrtus communis / Myrt (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 70,- Karmøy Hagesenter Karmøy 21.04. 2005, utplantet 27.04. 2005 ca. 2 m n og 0, 5 v for det store gamle plommetreet. -
!!!-- Stokkrose / - 1 stk. kr. 30,- kjøpt Veakrossen Hageseter Karmøy 21.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 sør for Låvebroens sv hjørne. -
!!!-- Berberis candidula / Sølvberberis / - 1 stk. ca. 30 cm. kjøpt kr. 30,- Karmøy Hagesenter Karmøy 21.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 berget sørvest for øvre porten inn til eiendommen her i nordre steinmuren. -
!!!-- Macleaya cordata / Stor fjørvalmue, Stor fjærvalmue (N) / Fjervalmue / Vippvallmo / Bocconie / Plume poppy (GB) / Federmohn / - Staude. Høyde: 250 cm. Blomstring: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt ca. kr. 50,- Karmøy Hagesenter Karmøy 21.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 vest for Fjøsbygningens nv hjørne. Dvs. ca. 2, 5 m? n for Låvebroens nv hjørne. -
!!!-- Aquilègia chrysàntha / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kr. 30,- kjøpt Veakrossen Hageseter Karmøy 21.04. 2005, utplantet 25.04. 2005 sørsiden av Huset her. -
!!!-- Angelica gigas / Engelwurz / - Staude. høyde: 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol. - Fra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Beet. Pflanzabstand: 80 cm. Auffallende Staude mit grosen roten Blütendolden und dekorativem Laub für das Staudenbeet in voller Sonne.“ - 2 stk. kr. 30,- kjøpt Veakrossen Hageseter Karmøy 21.04. 2005, utplantet begge 25.04. 2005 nordsiden av Huset her. RLH, 04.08. 2006: De blomstrer begge to fint nu. Mørkt rødlige brunlige blomster. -
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T-- Prunus Fanal, Surkirsebær / - 1 stk. kr. 248,- kjøpt 19.04. 2005 Ebnes Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet samme dag ca. -
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!!!-- Phlox subulata Emerald Cushion Blue / - Staude. -
!!!-- Waldsteinia ternata / - Staude. -

!!!-- Euphorbia polychroma / - Staude. -

!!!-- Primula auricula / - Staude. -

!!!-- Phlox subulata Blue / - Staude. -

!!!-- Sedum spectabile brilliant / - Staude. -

!!!-- Achillea millefolium Kirchkönigin / - Staude.- utplantet 25.04. 2005 ca. 1 m ø for sø hjørnet til platået den store Bålplassen. -

!!!-- Doronicum orientale Little Leo / - Staude. -

!!!-- Phlox douglasii Lilac Cloud / - Staude. -

!!!-- Takløk x? / - Staude. - utplantet 25.04. 2005 Hønseberget. -

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-- Eleutherococcus sieboldianus / Aralia pentaphylla (Siebold.&Zucc. non Thunb.), Acanthopanax spinosus (Hort. non (L.f.)Miq.), Acanthopanax pentaphyllus ((Siebold. & Zucc.)Marchal.) / Ukogi / Fiveleaf Aralia / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 5 m s og 9 m ø for det store gamle pæretreet. - Fra merkelappen: “Iøyenfallende busk med sitt sirlige løv. Uanseelige blomster, men 1 cm store svarte frukter som sitter hele vinteren. Bør ha lett skygge og dyp jord. Mere ”INFO se Side: A172.” - Michael A. Dirr: ” ” -

-- Lespeda bicolor Summer Beauty / Kløverbusk (N) / - Busk. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstring: Fiolettrøde blomster i 4 - 8 cm lange klaser i august - september. ”Bør stå lunt med god drenering. Mere info side A290.” - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 20.04. 2005 ca. 6 m sør og 4 m øst for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne. Dvs. innmot plommetreet der. -

-- Elaeagnus x ebbingei / Elaeagnus ebbingei / Elaeagnus / Olive tree / Olijfwilg / Oelweide / Olivier de Boheme / - Busk, eviggrønn. Opptil 5 m høyde og bredde. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 179,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m s og 5 m v for det store gamle plommetreet. - Fra merkelappen: ”Sølvbusk variant. Vintergrønn, opprettvoksende busk. Kan bli 2 m på gunstige steder. Ulik farge på bladoverside og underside som gir fint fargespill. Blomstring i oktober med hvite blomster. Tåler godt salt. Side A170.” -

-- Elaeagnus x? (ebbingei Limelight ?) / Olive tree / Olijfwilg / Oelweide / Olivier de Boheme / - Bladene grønne ytterst, gullfarvede innerst, undersiden hvit / lys. - 1 stk. ca. 100 cm kr. 198,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 12 m v for Låvebroens nv side. Dvs. innmot søtkirsebærtreet Sue der (og klematis Sødertälje). Er antagligvis Limelight. -

-- Elaeagnus x? / - Busk, eviggrønn. Bladene gullfarvede ytterst, grønne innerst, undersiden hvit / lys. - 1 stk. kr. 198,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 1, 5 m sør for det store gamle plommetreet. -

-- Elaeagnus x? / - Bladene læraktige, mørkt grønne oversiden, undersiden lysere grønn. - 1 stk. ca. 100 cm (og likså bred) kr. 198,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 3 m s og 10 m v for det store gamle plommetreet. -

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-- Physocarpus opulifolius / Vanlig blærespirea / -

!!!-- Physocarpus opulifolius Luteus / Gul blærespirea / - Busk, løvfellende. Tett, opprett busk med noe overhengende greiner. Høyde: 200 - 300 cm. Blomster: VI. Hvite - lyserøde, i små halvskjermer. Frukter: Rødlige, dekorative halvskjermer. Tidlig løvsprett. Avskallende bark. Egnet som leplanting, og stengsel mot veier m.m. Og egnet som et lyst innslag i mørkegrønne buskgrupper. Nøysom, tåler også noe skygge, god i kystklima. H6. - Fikk 3 stk. småplanter fra Arne Ødegård i Isvik 17.04. 2005, samme kveld satt i hver sin potte med jord her ute. Disse småplantene er frøsådd av en lang rekke med denne sorten busker beplantet av Ødegård for noen år siden på en eiendom like nedfor Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik. Utplantes 30.05. 2006 litt sør for spissen av Leskjermen, i rekke imot sør med ca. en meter mellomrom. Efter å ha stått i hver sin potte ute i vinter. -

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!!!-- Ledum groenlandicum Helma (eller Helma?) / Labrador Tea / Porst / Moeraspalm / - Busk. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstring: IV. Hvite blomster. Aromatiske blader. Sol, skygge, halvskygge. Beskjæring anbefales ikke. - Fra merkelappen: ”This plant is fully hardy and prefers a moist spot in dappled shade. It will also tolerate full sunlight or shade. It flowers in April. The plant reaches a height of approx. 20 cm. Pruning is not recommended, but dead flowers should be removed. The plant is fragrant.” - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 145,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik 17.04. 2005, utplantet 18.04. 2005 bortved Brønnen. -

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-- Styrax japonica / japonicus / Japanese Snowbell, Snowbell Tree / - Tre. Ofte flerstammet. Høyde: opptil 10 m, og likså bred. Blomstring: Sol, halvskygge. 1 stk. ca. 100 cm. kjøpt kr. 398,- Karmøy Hagesenter Karmøy 23.04. 2005, utplantet morgenen 25.04. 2005 ca. 2, 5 m sør for det gamle Flaggstang-stativet. - David More & John White: ”The Japanese Snowbell has small 2 - 8 cm leaves arranged in threes so they appear to be trifoliate. The 1, 5 cm white flowers occur in small clusters or singly on long slender stalks all along the branches. They always hang down like delicate bells with a bright yellow “clapper” of stamens. This is a spreading, often leaning, tree 6 . 10 m tall. It grows best in semi-shade and prefers moist fertile soil.” -


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Ø--- Pterocarya fraxinifolia / Pterocarya caucasica (C.A.Mey.) / Caucasian wingnut / - Jeg har ikke denne. - PFAF: “Known Hazards: None Known. Range: W. Asia - Iran and the Caucasus. Habitat: Mixed woods near rivers in boggy or inundated places [74]. Other Possible Synonyms: Juglans fraxinifolia [G] P. pterocarpa [G]. Physical Characteristics: A decidious tree growing to 30 m by 20 m . It is hardy to zone 7 and is frost tender. It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen from October to December. The scented flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy. Edible Uses: Seed. Seed [2, 105]. No more details are given but the seed is very small and would be very fiddly to use [K]. Medicinal Uses: Diaphoretic. Diaphoretic [74]. Other Uses: Weaving; Wood. The bast from the bark is used for weaving hats etc [74]. Wood - soft, hard to split. Used for matches, shoes etc [46, 61]. Cultivation details: Prefers a sunny position in a rich strong loam with abundant moisture at the roots [11, 200]. Grows well by water [11]. Succeeds in areas that do not experience prolonged winter temperatures below about -12°c [200], but young plants and the young shoots of older trees can be cut back by winter frosts [11]. A very ornamental tree [1], it fruits freely in Britain [11]. The leaves are sweetly resinous [245]. The deeply furrowed bark is aromatic [245]. Produces suckers profusely [98]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Propagation

Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame [80, 113]. Pre-soak stored seed for 24 hours in warm water [80] then cold stratify for 2 - 3 months [98, 113]. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots as soon as they are large enough to handle and grow them on in the greenhouse for their first winter. Plant them out in late spring or early summer of the following year [240]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame [113]. Cuttings of mature shoots, November in a frame. Only use vigorous shoots [113]. Layering. Division of suckers in the dormant season [188]. Scent: Stem: Crushed. The deeply furrowed bark is aromatic [245]. Leaves: Crushed. The leaves are sweetly resinous [245].” -

Ø-- Idesia polycarpa / -

Ø-- Oxydendrum arboretum / Sorrel tree / -

Ø-- Embothnum coccineum / -

Ø-- Viburnum schensianum / -

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Følgende vekster kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen 12.04. 2005:


!!!-- Mimulus ringens / Gauklerblume / - Staude. Høyde: 40 - 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Vannplante. Vanndybde: 0 - 10 cm. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 49,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet - Frau merkelapp: „Lebensbereich: Wasserrand. Pflanzabstand: 40 cm. Prachtvolle, violettblühende Art für 0 - 10 cm Wassertiefe. Sehr gut auch für kleinere Becken, Kübel und Tröge geeignet. Bevorzugt vollsonnigen Standort.“ -

-- Phlox subulata Ronsdorfer Schöne / - Staude. Høyde: 10 - 15 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Rosa blomster. Lyst og solrikt. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 35,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 15.04. 2005 ca. 2 m ø og 2 m s for Vedbuas nø hjørne. -

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!!!-- Cephalotaxus h. Fastigiata / - 1 stk. (”30-40 C.3”) kr. 145,- (minus rabatt) kjjøpt 14.04. 2005 Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik, utplantet 18.04. 2005 ved Brønnen og annen plante av samme sort der. -

-- Parrotia persia / Papegøyebusk (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 185,- (minus rabatt) kjøpt 14.04. 2005 Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik, utplantet 16.04. 2005 nø enden av eiendommen, litt nø for mannaasken der. Dvs. ca. 4 m nord og 1 m vest for Mannaasken. - Fra merkelappen: ”Særegen malerisk vekst, fin høstfarge”). -

-- Thuja plicata x / - 4 stk. (med meget skral rot) kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik 14.04. 2005, utplantet 16.04. 2005 nø enden av eiendommen, -

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-- Gressløk / - 3 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- pr. stk. Etne Hagesenter Etne 12.04. 2005, utplantet 17.04. 2005. -

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-- HAR FRA FØR 1 EKS.! -- Chionanthus virginicus / Frynsebusk / - kr. 265,- ca. 30 cm - Særbu -

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Ø-- Coriaria japonica / Japanese coriaria / - kr. 195,- ca. 20 cm - “Giftig frukt!” - “This deciduous shrub that we have been watching for the past 4 years, now only 3 - 4’ tall, displays bluish-green leaves arranged opposite along the branches, appearing fern-like at first glance. In summer, inconspicuous flowers are produced, but under careful inspection, one notes that the petals remain attached, swelling to form rich reddish-purple shells around the hidden fruits. These “fruits” are quite showy. Our specimen has grown fine in full sun, but with some afternoon shade. Remember not to cut back older branches since flowers are produced on the previous-year’s wood. Zone 7b, possibly colder.” - “Coriaria Japonica - A handsome shrub with red-brown woody stems 8 or 10 feet high. The leaves come in opposite pairs arranged regularly along either side of the stem, while the tiny flowers, of a pretty pink or coral-red, appear early in June as racemes of 1 1/2 to 3 inches upon the stem of the previous year. The fruits are round and bright red.” - “A small (1 m), low-growing, deciduous shrub with pinnate leaves. Young leaves rhomboidal, later more ovate with obtuse base. 9 cm long raceme flowers in early April. Fruits bright red, later black. The arching stems making a good ground cover.” - “Coriaria Japonica - A handsome shrub with red-brown woody stems 8 or 10 feet high. The leaves come in opposite pairs arranged regularly along either side of the stem, while the tiny flowers, of a pretty pink or coral-red, appear early in June as racemes of 1 1/2 to 3 inches upon the stem of the previous year. The fruits are round and bright red.” - ”CORIARIA (Coria'ria) - DESCRIPTION: This group consists of about eighty deciduous, shrubby plants that are suitable for cool-temperate climates. These plants are natives of the Mediterranean region, New Zealand, the Andes, China, Japan, and the Himalayas. The foliage is compound, resembling the fronds of a fern. Its flowers, which are borne in late spring, persist, becoming thick and fleshy enclosing the fruits that follow. C. japonica is a small, low-growing shrub that can reach a height of up to 3 feet. Its arching stems are covered with bright green, pinnate leaves. In the fall, pretty red berries are produced and the foliage changes colors. C. myrtifolia is a pretty shrub that attains a height of 5 feet. It has four-angled, curving branches and lustrous black fruits in the fall. Take care, however, because the foliage and berries are poisonous. C. terminalis var. xanthocarpa is a handsome, small subshrub whose leaves turn beautiful autumn colors. Its ornamental fruits are a translucent yellow. POTTING: These shrubs can be grown in any well-drained, friable soil. They should be planted in the spring. Pruning, which consists of cutting out the old branches on which there are no fresh shoots, should be done in the winter. PROPAGATION: Cuttings may be made of half-ripe shoots, in July or August, and inserted in a closed frame. Layering may be done in the fall. Seeds may also be sown in sandy soil in early spring. VARIETIES: C. terminalis & var. xanthocarpa; C. sinica; C. japonica; C. myrtifolia.” - “Coriaria - This group now contains two or three new and handsome kinds of value. The peculiarity of these shrubs is in the formation of their berry-like fruits. The flowers are small and inconspicuous, with scale-like petals of green, yellow, brown, or pink, and the sexes mostly apart, though found upon the same plant. After flowering, however, the tiny petals thicken and swell into a juicy fruit-like envelope surrounding the seeds, and handsome when brilliantly colored, as in the finer kinds. While these fruits are of tempting appearance, they are all more or less poisonous-a fact to be borne in mind by planters. All the kinds are of the easiest culture in moist, loamy soils, the best kinds being hardy (at least, at the root), and growing again if cut down by frost.” -

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!!!-- Eucryphia glutinosa Miniture / Santo sour cherry / Eucryphia / Nirrhe / Leatherwood (Tasmania) / - Tre, eviggrønn. Høyde: opptil 6 m. Blomstring: Hvite blomster. Ifra Chile. Familie: Eucryphiaceae. Herdighet: US Zones 8 til 10. Svarte frukter om høsten. - 1 stk. ca. 10 cm kjøpt kr. 335,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 03.04. 2005, utplantet 16.04. 2005 sv for Snekkerbua, oppved berget der. RLH, 20.08. 2005: Død, kvalt av ugress mens vi var bortreist i mai i år 2005. - “The ideal site to plant a eucryphia is a contradiction since it requires lots of light to make it flower well and also lots of shelter to protect it from cold winds. Obviously avoiding frost pockets, a compromise between the other two locations must be found. I have found very remarkable variations in performance between plants of the same propagation planted within 30 yards of each other. Knowledge and observations of the microclimates of one’s own garden is essential. They grow best in lime-free, moist loam that is not heavy and they do not like full sun on their roots.” - “Large white flowers with brown anthers July-Sept. Upright. Acid soil 3 m.” - “Prefers partial shade or partial sun; soil should be moist.” - “A beautiful summer-flowering tree from Chile, growing up to 6 m (20 ft) high, with upright but pliant branches carrying masses of glistening white, bowl-shaped blooms of 7 cms (3 ins) filled with long golden stamens. They somewhat resemble the yellow Rose of Sharon (Hypericum calycinum). The dark, green, divided, rose-like leaves assume orange and red tints in autumn which gives the tree a second attribute. This is the hardiest species but slow to establish, especially in poor ground. It requires a rich acid soil which is mulched each spring and flowers when the plants are about 90 cms (3 ft) tall. It is propagated from seed which unfortunately throws many doubles - the latter generally inferior to the singles and usually discarded. Layering is probably a better if slower method of increase.” Frances Perry. - “Leaves are dark green in the summer and orange and red in the fall. Can be used as an ornamental plant. Can be used as a grouping plant.” - “Would eucryphia nymanensis or glutinosa grow OK on the Sunshine Coast? If so, where could I find them? Thanks! westgatea. - Douglas Justice, March 4th, 2003, 12:19 PM: Eucryphia x nymansensis and E. glutinosa are both hardy on the Sunshine Coast, although the deciduous E. glutinosa is somewhat more tender. Both should be sited away from a northeastern aspect, as they suffer from cold winter (outflow) winds. A number of specialist nurseries carry E. x nymansensis, but usually only as small plants. The cultivar 'Nymansay', which is reputed to be the most attractive of the Nymans hybrids, is the plant most often offerred. Eucryphia glutinosa is more difficult to find. The Shop in the Garden Plant Centre (604 822 4529) may stock them or be able to order them for you, but check other Vancouver-area and your own local garden centres for availability. The annual Mother's Day Perennial Plant Sale (Sunday 11 May, held at UBC Botanical Garden) is also a good place to look for rare and interesting plants. - Unregistered, September 16th, 2004, 09:27 AM: Milner Gardens in Qualicum Beach has both 'Nymansay' and 'Rostrevor' varieties of eucryphia for sale. They have been propagated from plants in the garden of Veronica Milner, now owned by Malaspina College. You can e-mail Milner Gardens' Nursery Grower at candice.milnergardens@shaw.ca . - Ron B, September 16th, 2004, 10:57 AM: 'Rostrevor' is a cultivar of Eucryphia x intermedia. Like E. x nymansensis it is evergreen, therefore probably more prone to damage from icy winds than deciduous E. glutinosa, which is usually said to be the hardiest one. A few specimens of this latter species down here have demonstrated a tendency to be hardy to about 5F, whereas at least one refrence says E. x nymansensis is good to about 15F - but I think this is too conservative, as one in Bremerton, WA was over 50' high some years ago (and one in Seattle was said to be as tall, before it froze in the unusually destructive 1955 winter).” - “The Annesley Gardens & National Arboretum at Castlewellan Forest Park - The walled Annesley Garden, dating from 1740, provides a central focal point for the National Arboretum. This magnificent collection of trees and shrubs, set in beautiful surroundings, also incorporates fountains, ponds, ornamental greenhouses and broad sweeping vistas. In terms of size, age and condition of the trees, this collection ranks among the top three arboreta in the British Isles and the finest in Ireland. It includes - • 18 oldest existing specimens in the British Isles • 34 ‘champion’ trees of the British Isles • 42 ‘champion’ trees of Ireland. - The Annesley Gardens & National Arboretum in September 2002. - The walled garden has a distinct colour co-ordination this month for white flowers are in abundance. There are probably more individual flowers in bloom in September than in any other month in the Castlewellan calendar. Therefore the gardens are a rich source of late nectar for honey bees, bumble bees, wasps, butterflies and moths. This is largely due to the amount of Eucryphia plants smothered in bloom. The 200 m long Eucryphia Walk produces the 'snow carpet' for which the Annesley Gardens are famous. The Walk was planted in 1946 and is created by specimens of Chilean Eucryphia glutinosa. The Eucryphia Walk is actually composed of single and double-flowered forms. The latter is called E.glutinosa 'Plena' and it flowers for a slightly later and longer period. There is a prominent plant by the steps to the terrace. The mother plant from which seed was taken is still alive and can be found by the Heron Fountain and this must surely be one of the finest specimens, having been planted around 1885. Two other evergreen Eucryphias in the Arboretum need also to be mentioned: Firstly, E cordifolia is another species from S.America and the most prominent is at the top of the steps to the terrace however the Champion tree of this species is visible from the main path, it is 70ft (21m tall), The white flowers are shown up especially by the very dark evergreen foliage. Note also the orange lichen on the trunks. Secondly, E x nymansensis is the hybrid that is produced from the two species mentioned above. This hybrid has been made in Sussex and Ireland. There are 3 large spires smothered in flower in the garden at the moment. The tree in the vista from the terrace is of particular interest as it is named after a previous Head Gardener at Castlewellan, 'George Graham'. Not only can this be appreciated more easily now some of the nearby conifers have been removed but the greater light levels mean flowers are produced lower down. Turning to other genera, Eupatorium micranthum is probably the most irresistible plant to butterflies. It has an incense fragrance and you may be lucky to see up to a dozen Red Admirals on it at a time. The plant can be found near the top wall. Nearby is Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora' is one of the showiest of the genus with large pyramid of a flower, a good specimen can be found near the top wall. Aesculus parviflora or the Shrubby Japanese Horse Chestnut has filigree white panicles with thread like stamens. A plant can be seen near the top gate. A remarkable Chinese Magnolia, M.delavayii is in flower near the champion Eucryphia cordifolia mentioned above but you will have to look carefully for the ivory blooms which are towards the top of the tree and can be hidden by the large leathery foliage. Finally in the white theme, in the Herbaceous Borders just above the Merboy Fountain you can find Crinum x powellii which has rich perfumed trumpets.” - “Eucryphias: It’s just like springtime, was the observation of a friend from perhaps a colder part of the British Isles when I first showed him a large group of eucryphias in full flower in autumn. Eucryphias are certainly very striking plants with their delicate simple flowers contrasting so well with the elegant leaves. Eucryphia is a genus of seven known species of Southern Hemisphere trees or large shrubs in the family of Eucryphiaceae. Five come from Australia and two from Chile. Some have grown to 100 ft (30.5 m) in their native habitats, though 50 ft (15.2 m) is a large specimen in these isles to date. Here at Seaforde, in Northern Ireland, they start flowering with Eucryphia lucida in July and we expect to have some flowers on Eucryphia x intermedia ‘Rostrevor’ at Christmas. They are a great source of nectar and in Tasmania the Leatherwood Honey is greatly prized. Leatherwood is the common name for Eucryphia in Tasmania. Eucryphias are invaluable addition to our gardens in late summer and autumn when we don’t have many tall trees and shrubs in flower. They rank alongside Myrtus luma (syn. Luma appiculata), hoherias and schimas but have a longer flowering time and make a splendid contrast to hydrangeas. Their disadvantages must be that, with the exception of the deciduous species Eucryphia glutinosa, they are only really hardy in the Gulf Stream and that, on the whole, they do not tolerate lime. The exception to this last point is that Eucryphia cordifolia and the hybrid bred from it, Eucryphia x nymansensis, are to some extent lime tolerant and grow quite well on the chalk at Highdown, near Worthing. The first eucryphia to be introduced to cultivation was Eucryphia lucida, synonym Eucryphia billardieri, which came from Tasmania in 1820. In Tasmania, where it is widespread, it flowers in February; here in Northern Ireland it flowers from July. In its wild habitat it has been known to reach 100 ft (30.5 m) but is usually under 50 ft (15.2 m). Here it seldom grows to more than 25 ft (7.6 m).It is a slender growing tree. The leaves are opposite, simple being rounded at the apex about 1.5in (3.8cm) long. The flowers are single, about 1in (2.5 cm) across and very sweetly scented. It is not as hardy as some eucryphias, but where grown makes a charming small tree. In recent years various other forms of Eucryphia lucida have been found and propagated by Ken Gillanders, of Woodbank Nursery in Tasmania. ‘Pink Cloud’ was found as a 60 ft (18.3 m) tree in a remote area of NW Tasmania. It has flowers that are pale pink on the outer parts of the petals with a darker centre. ‘Ballerina’ has a larger, slightly darker pink flower, though the two are not easy to tell apart. Both forms appear to flower freely in our climate. In 1976 Eucryphia lucida ‘Pink Whisper’ was found in Tasmania, perhaps the first pink discovery. It has a pink edge on a small flower and my be Eucryphia milliganii x Eucryphia lucida. It grows to about 10 ft (3 m) high. Ken Gillanders has found three eucryphias with variegated leaves. Eucryphia lucida ‘Gilt Edge’ has as its name implies a leaf with a golden edge. This is a very attractive plant that appears to be very vigorous. There are two very similar forms of Eucryphia lucida with silver edges. The first to be found was ‘Leatherwood Cream’ to be followed a few years later by Spring Glow’ with a smaller leaf than ‘Leatherwood Cream’. These are of a similar habit to ‘Gilt Edge.’ None of these variegated plants have yet flowered in this country, though we await in expectation. The next introduction to cultivation was the evergreen Eucryphia cordifolia from Chile in 1851. It is to be found in the temperate rainforests in the provinces of Chiloe, Valdiva and Lianquihue. very often growing amongst Nothofagus dombeyi. In this habitat it often makes a tree of about 70 ft (21.3 m) with a broad crown. In cultivation some specimens have reached about 60 ft (18.3 m). It has simple, oblong leaves with heart shaped bases, though the leaves of juvenile plants are much longer and serrated. Cuttings from these juvenile plants are much more easily struck than those from older ones. The leaves are a strong dark green and downy underneath; they are produced on downy branchlets. The flowers, which appear usually in August, are single with four petals about 2 ins (5 cm) across. They have fawnycoloured anthers. This is considered too tender a species for much of the British Isles, though in the milder areas it makes a most impressive tree. If I could have only one eucryphia, I would opt for Eucryphia cordifolia as the one that makes the greatest impression in a landscape. The next introduction was the deciduous Eucryphia glutinosa in 1859. In Chile this species usually remains evergreen though, of course, it is noted for its very beautiful autumn colour. It grows to about 25ft (7.6m) with leaves opposite with three or five leaflets about 2 ins (5 cm) long. The flowers, which come in August, are more than 2 ins across. This is the hardiest of all the eucryphia species. This plant was discovered by the botanist Eduard Poeppig (1798-1868) who mistook it for a nothofagus and named it Fagus glutinosa; though in fairness to him he had not seen it in flower. It was next found by the Chilean botanist Claude Gay in 1845 on the banks of the River Biobio and named by him Eucryphia pinnatifolia. This was the more widely used name certainly into the early years to this century and was used by the 5th Earl Annesley in his book Beautiful and Rare Trees and Shrubs describing the gardens at Castlewellan in 1903. Eucryphia glutinosa is now the accepted name. Richard Pearce, collecting in Chile for Messrs Veitch, introduced the species to cultivation in 1859. On account of its greater hardiness, this is the most widely planted eucryphia in these islands. It does not like an alkaline soil and is a difficult plant to propagate. It does not strike readily and young plants are very apt to die off. Perhaps the best method of propagation is from seed. One of the best clones comes from High Beeches in West Sussex, Acc No 128 2S006, which has a larger flower with darker anthers. Some double-flowered forms frequently appear in batches of Eucryphia glutinosa seedlings. These are known as the Plena Group. They are very hard to propagate from cuttings, so to obtain a specimen is a great achievement. In fact, plants in the Plena Group are usually chance seedlings. Unlike E. cordifolia, which is widespread in Chile, E. glutinosa is very rare in the wild. The tallest plant in these islands is, I believe, one of about 45 ft (13.7 m) at Lanarth in Cornwall. The next species to be introduced was Eucryphia moorei, which was brought to the Royal Botanic Garden, Kew in 1915 and flowered in the Temperate House there in 1921. This species must be regarded as too tender for most parts of Britain, though is a most attractive plant for the more favoured areas. It is a native of New South Wales and is found in wooded hilly country near the source of the Clyde and Shoalhaven rivers and was discovered there around 1860 by Charles Moore. It has a smaller flower than E. glutinosa and usually flowers here in September. The flowers are four-petalled and about half-an-inch (1.25 cm) wide. The leaves are pinnate, quite long and very narrow in that it slightly resembles a pepper plant. In cultivation it usually grows to about 20 ft (6.1 m) though some plants are over 5O ft (15.2 m). One of the finest is at Mount Usher in County Wicklow. The other Tasmanian species, Eucryphia milliganii, was introduced by Harold Comber in 1929. Originally thought to be a form of E. lucida, it is now accepted as a separate species. In the wild it is not nearly as widespread as E. lucida. It has much smaller leaves than other eucryphias—only about half-an-inch (1.25 cm) long, a dark shining green—and small flowers. At best it only grows to about 12 ft (3.7 m). It is a very slender shrub and a delightful, delicate looking plant.

In recent years two new species have been discovered in Queensland, Australia,

Eucryphia wilkiei and Eucryphia jincksii. Previously all eucryphias had been considered plants from temperate rainforests but these two come from areas considered subtropical, which has considerably widened their possible habitats. Incidentally, they come from the area where the Vireya Rhododendron lochae is found. Eucryphia wilkiei was discovered about 25 years ago by Jack Wilkie growing in vine thicket among large granite boulders on the eastern summit area of Mount Bartlefryer in north-east Queensland at an altitude of 3900 ft to 4550 ft (1189 m-1387 m). It is similar in flower and leaf to Eucryphia moorei. It grows to about 13 ft (4 m) with a dense, rounded crown. The leaves are opposite, usually trifoliate with the petioles about l.5 in (3.8 cm) long. The flower is about the size of that of E. moorei. As a plant for the garden I would describe it as not as exciting as E. moorei. At Seaforde I have planted out some plants obtained from Ken Gillanders in 1995 and they have come through a winter, admittedly a mild one, unscathed in light woodland conditions. E. wilkiei flowers here at an early age. In fact, I have found it the youngest species to flower. Eucryphia jincksii was found by David Jinks in 1994 in south-east Queensland and collected in flower and fruit in 1995. It is described as a tree growing to 80 ft (24.4 m), often multi stemmed with straw-coloured twigs. The flowers are four-petalled axillary. The leaves are opposite, simple bifoliate or trifoliate, the petioles are about 2.5 ins (6.4 cm) long. It has been found in SE Queensland near Springbrook in the McPherson Range. There has only been one population found at an altitude of 2500 ft to 2600 ft (762 m-793 m) in vine forest. This plant has not yet arrived in the British Isles, so we await with interest. Hybrids: I have now covered the seven known species, though there may be more waiting to be found in the forests of the Southern Hemisphere, especially as some of the species already known come from quite small locations. There are to date about nine hybrids. Breeders have not gone overboard trying to

produce new crosses. In fact, none appear to have been bred since the Second World War.

The cross was first made at Nymans in Sussex from seed sown in 1914 just before the

death of Leonard Messel, the founder of that garden. One of the seedlings was given to Sir

Frederick Stern, who first flowered it in his gardens, Highdown, in 1923. Two plants were selected from this cross and known as Nymans A and Nymans B. Nymans A was shown at the Royal Horticultural Society at Vincent Square, London, in 1924 as ‘Nymansay when it received an Award of Merit. It is now perhaps the best-known eucryphia, Eucryphia x nymansensis ‘Nymansay’ The same cross was made at Mount Usher in County Wicklow. It has slightly smaller leaves, otherwise it is very similar, and called, Eucryphia x nymansensis ‘Mount Usher’. Again the same cross was made at Castlewellan in County Down. It is similar to Eucryphia x nymansensis ‘Nymansay but flowers two weeks later. It was named Eucryphia x nymansensis ‘George Graham’ after a head gardener at Castlewellan and first propagated by the Slieve Donard Nursery in Newcastle, County Down. The next hybrid is Eucryphia x intermedia. This is a cross between E. glutinosa and E. lucida and so a Chilean-Australian cross. We have found this to be the hardiest of all the evergreen eucryphias; obviously getting its hardiness from its E. glutinosa parent. The best clone is Eucryphia x intermedia ‘Rostrevor’. It has a broader leaf than the usual Eucryphia x intermedia but may start to flower later. It was a seedling in the garden of Sir John Ross at Rostrevor, a garden now alas gone. The hybrid Eucryphia x hillieri ‘Winton’ is a cross between E. lucida and E. moorei

and was a chance self-sown seedling at Messrs Hillier and Sons’ nursery at Chandlers Ford. It

has primate leaves similar to E. moorei, but shorter and blunter. The solitary flowers are about

1in (2.5cm) wide and it flowers from an early age. This is not generally regarded as very hardy but can flower very well and more consistently than E. moorei. Eucryphia x hillieri ‘Winton’ is the best known but various other examples of this cross are known. The hybrid Eucryphia ‘Penwith’ is a beautiful cross between E. lucida and E. cordifohia; it is sometimes incorrectly referred to as Eucryphia x hillieri ‘Penwith’. It first arose at Trengwainton in Cornwall in the 1930s, hence the name ‘Penwith’. It is similar to E. lucida but has larger flowers and leaves. The leaves have a wavy edge. In the very hot dry summer of 1995 some of the flowers had a pink tinge to them here at Seaforde in County Down. It flowers freely from a very early age and is reasonably hardy in milder areas. Eucryphia Castlewellan is a hybrid from Castlewellan in County Down. It resembles Eucryphia glutinosa but is evergreen except in a very hard winter when it does lose its leaves. There are no records of its breeding but is probably E. glutinosa x E. nymansensis, or E. glutinosa x E. intermedia. It definitely has more than 50 per cent of E. glutinosa in its breeding. It is free-flowering and hardy. - The ideal site to plant a eucryphia is a contradiction since it requires lots of light to make it flower well and also lots of shelter to protect it from cold winds. Obviously avoiding frost pockets, a compromise between the other two locations must be found. I have found very remarkable variations in performance between plants of the same propagation planted within 30 yards of each other. Knowledge and observations of the microclimates of one’s own garden is essential. They grow best in lime-free, moist loam that is not heavy and they do not like full sun on their roots. - Most of the evergreen eucryphias strike easily with the exception of Eucryphia moorei. Here we usually take softwood cuttings in July or August and hardwood cuttings in February or March. Eucryphias deserve to be more widely planted where climate and site allow since they can so greatly enhance our gardens at the end of summer and into autumn or early winter. In fact, as I write these notes in early December we still have a lot of eucryphia flower.” -

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-- Eucryphia x nymansensis Nymansay / - - “Introduced by Bob Mitchell - Photographs by Dennis Dick - There can be few more spectacular, autumn-flowering trees in the east of Scotland than the Eucryphias. Their white flowers enlightening the garden. There are five species and several cultivars of Eucryphia all of which are well worth growing. Eucryphia is the only genus of plants currently placed in its own family - Eucryphiaceae. The five species of Eucryphia show an interesting geographical distribution, reflected by so many other genera. It outlines the theory of continental drift, for two species are found in Chile while two are found in Tasmania and one in southeast Australia. Most are good timber trees in their own right, indeed Eucryphia cordifolia in its native temperate rain forest in Chile is one of the dominant forest trees. Eucryphia cordifolia is evergreen with leathery, matt, dark green, toothed leaves which are greyish on the underside. Eucryphia glutinosa, also from Chile but in drier areas, is not so tall and often multi-stemmed. In cultivation it tends to become deciduous and takes on brilliant autumn colours. This is the hardiest of all the species. Its leaves are pinnate. The flowers of eucryphia attract bees and butterflies and its honey is sold in Chile and Tasmania. So in cultivation, where they grow in close proximity, it is not surprising they hybridise. Eucryphia x nymansensis 'Nymansay' was a deliberate cross of the two Chilean species (E. cordifolia x E. glutinosa) in the garden of the late Lt. Col. Messel at Nymans in Sussex in 1915. From the progeny two were selected, 'Nymans A' and 'Nymans B', and the former, when exhibited, was named 'Nymansay'. James Comber was the Head Gardener at that time. He was father of Harold Comber, the plant collector, who collected widely in Chile and also Tasmania. (See Plant of the Month August 2002.). - How to Grow the Plant: Most eucryphias require moist, acid soils and some need more shelter than others. However, Eucryphia cordifolia and E. x nymansensis will tolerate lime; the latter proving to be a hardier plant for east coast conditions although it will suffer wind scorch during the winter time if not planted in a sheltered position. Coming from wet areas they should be grown where there are cool, moist, soil conditions. Eucryphia glutinosa is the hardiest and is widely grown in gardens with acid soils. Eucryphia cordifolia, E. lucida and E. milliganii grow best in higher rainfall areas. Eucryphia moorei will survive in favoured sheltered gardens and is the least hardy. Propagation: All eucryphias can be rooted from current year shoots taken in July or August and do respond to bottom heat and a humid atmosphere. They can also be raised from seed when it is available. Eucryphia glutinosa sometimes layers itself. - Eucryphia x nymansensis Nymansay is evergreen with an upright habit, otherwise intermediate in character. So there are both simple and pinnate leaves present. The flowers are white with a boss of yellow stamens and are a showy 6 cm across. It is not surprising that this cultivar has been lauded with awards - Award of Merit in 1924, First Class Certificate in 1926 and an Award of Garden Merit in 1984. - Another plant which flourishes in the Garden is a hybrid between E. glutinosa and E. lucida, an evergreen, Tasmanian species. This chance hybrid was discovered at Rostrevor, Co. Down and equally has received its rewards under the name Eucryphia x intermedia Rostrevor - Award of Merit in 1936, First Class Certificate in 1973 and an Award of Garden Merit in 1984. This plant is evergreen with a columnal habit. The leaves and flowers are slightly smaller but the flowers make up for size by their numbers. - Eucryphia lucida flowers earlier than the others, from late June. Its semi-pendulous flowers are white with pink anthers. In recent years a pink flowered Eucryphia lucida Pink Cloud has been introduced. Incidentally a subspecies of E. lucida, but now given specific status, Eucryphia milliganii, also from Tasmania, was introduced to cultivation by Harold Comber in 1929. - Th fifth species Eucryphia moorei, from New South Wales, is the least hardy. - Where to find it in the Botanic Garden: Eucryphia x nymansensis 'Nymansay' is growing in the Order Beds and producing a spectacular display. Eucryphia x intermedia 'Rostrevor' has flowered in the east peat walls from an early age to its present height of 10 m. Both were planted in 1972. -

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-- Garrya elliptica James Roof / Silk Tassel Bush / Coast silk tassel (GB) / - kr. 145,- ca. 15 cm - Særbu. Busk, eviggrønn. Høyde: opptil 175 - 475 cm. - 1 stk. ca. 15 cm kjøpt kr. 145,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 03.04. 2005, utplantet 16.04. 2005 inntil kompostbingen noen m ø for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - ”Garryas, native to the warmer parts of North America, are evergreen shrubs - or sometimes small trees - with opposite, entire, simple leaves and unisexual flowers. Male and female blossoms are borne on separate plants. The males are carried on catkin-like, long, pendulous inflorescences; each flower has four stamens and usually four perianth segments. The female flowers have shorter tassels, inferior ovaries and as the season advances bear strings of purplish berry-like fruits. For garden purposes the best species is the Californian Garrya elliptica, a splendid winter-flowering shrub which is hardy in Britain if grown against a warm wall. It has dark green oval leaves which are silvery beneath and rather leathery and the male plants bears long suede-green catkins of tightly packed flowers. These are tipped with gold, so that the catkins appear to be segmented like the body of a green and gold caterpillar. Given a good form, and a sheltered sutuation they may extend to 30 cms (1 ft) in length. Since seedlings are unreliable in case one obtains the less desirable female plants, propagation is best carried out by means of cuttings. Root these in warmth from half-ripe shoots taken in midsummer. In favoured climates the Silk Tassel Bush (as this Garrya is sometimes called) grows to 4, 75 m (16 ft) but 1, 75 - 3, 5 (6 - 12 ft) is more usual. It resent root disturbance, so young struck cuttings should be grown along in pots and turned out and carefully planted when well rooted. The bushes tolerate pruning so they can be kept compact and tidy. The bark and leaves contain a bitter principle which is sometimes employed as a home remedy to relieve intermittent fevers. The plant was named by David Douglas (who sent it home to the Horticultural Society`s Garden in 1834) after Nicholas Garry of the Hudson`s Bay Company. Garry helped Douglas considerably in his plant-hunting expeditions in western North America.” Frances Perry. - PFAF: -

Ø-- Kalopanax septemlobus maximo / Kalopanax ricinifolius ((Siebold.& Zucc.)Miq.), Kalopanax pictus ((Thunb.)Nakai.), Acer pictum (Thunb. 1783, non Thunb. 1784), Acanthopanax ricinifolium ((Siebold.&Zucc.)Seem.) / Mongolaralia (N) / Tree aralia (GB) / - Familie: Araliaceae. - kr. 285,- ca. 20 cm - PFAF: “Known Hazards: None known. Range: E. Asia - China, Japan. Habitat: Cool deciduous forests [11, 200]. Other Possible Synonyms: Acanthopanax ricinifolius [G] Acanthopanax septemlobus [G] Acer septemlobum [G] Brassaiopsis ricinifolia [G] Panax ricinifolium [G]. Other Common Names: Kalopanax [P], Tz'U Ch'Iu Shu [E]. Epithets: septemlobus = 7 leaved. Other Range Info: China. Physical Characteristics: A decidious tree growing to 25 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from August to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy. Edible Uses: Leaves. Young leaves and young shoots - cooked [177, 179]. Medicinal Uses: Expectorant; Skin; Stomachic. An infusion of the leaves is used to make a stomachic tea [218]. The root is expectorant [218]. A decoction of the wood is used for skin diseases [178, 218]. Other Uses: Insecticide. The bark and the leaves are used as an insecticide [178]. Cultivation details: Requires a deep fertile moisture-retentive soil in sun or part shade [200]. Young shoots, especially on young plants, can die back over winter if they are not fully ripened [11]. Young plants are slow-growing [200]. A polymorphic species [11]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in the autumn in a cold frame [200]. Stored seed probably requires a period of cold stratification and should be sown as soon as possible. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame [200]. Root cuttings in late winter.” -

Ø-- Leucothoë axillaris Curly Red / -

Ø-- Mitchella repens / Partridge berry / - kr. 170,- ca. 15 cm - PFAF: “ “ -

Ø-- Olearia haastii / - kr. 145,- ca. 40 cm - Frances Perry. -

Ø-- Rhamnus frangula Asplenifolia / Frangula alnus (Mill.) / Alder buckthorn / - Familie: Rhamnaceae. - PFAF: “Rhamnus frangula: Known Hazards: The plant is poisonous unless stored for 12 months before use [4, 19, 76]. This report is probably referring to the bark. Range: Britain. Habitat: Swamps and damp places, usually on moist heaths and damp open woods, preferring a peaty soil [9, 17, 21]. Other Possible Synonyms: R. frangula subsp. columnaris [G] R. frangula var. angustifolia [B,P]. Other Common Names: Alder Buckthorn [L,E ], Arraclan [E ], Barutagaci [E ], Buckthorn [H,S,E,P ], Columnar Buckthorn [H ], Glossy Buckthorn [B ], Seiyo-Iso-No-Ki [E ], Sporkehout [D ], Tufty Thorn [E ]. Systematics: Order: Rhamnales . Buckthorn family. Other Range Info: Britain; Europe; Spain; Turkey; Us. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 5 m by 4 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 3. It is in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen from September to November. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist or wet soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Bog Garden, Hedge, Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: None known : Medicinal Uses: Aperient; Cathartic; Cholagogue; Laxative; Purgative; Tonic; Vermifuge. Alder buckthorn has been used medicinally as a gentle laxative since at least the Middle Ages [244]. The bark contains 3 - 7 % anthraquinones, these act on the wall of the colon stimulating a bowel movement approximately 8 - 12 hours after ingestion [254]. It is so gentle and effective a treatment when prescribed in the correct dosages that it is completely safe to use for children and pregnant women [244]. The bark also contains anthrones and anthranols, these induce vomiting but the severity of their effect is greatly reduced after the bark has been dried and stored for a long time [254]. The bark is harvested in early summer from the young trunk and moderately sized branches, it must then be dried and stored for at least 12 months before being used [4, 238]. The inner bark is cathartic, cholagogue, laxative (the fresh bark is violently purgative), tonic, vermifuge [4, 9, 13, 21, 165]. It is taken internally as a laxative for chronic atonic constipation and is also used to treat abdominal bloating, hepatitis, cirrhosis, jaundice, and liver and gall bladder complaints [238]. It should be used with caution since excess doses or using the bark before it is cured can cause violent purging [9, 21]. Externally, the bark is used to treat gum diseases and scalp infestations [238], or as a lotion for minor skin irritations [244]. The fruit is occasionally used, it is aperient without being irritating [4]. Other Uses: Charcoal; Dye; Hedge; Nails; Wood. A yellow dye is obtained from the leaves and bark [4, 115]. It is much used in Russia and turns black when mixed with salts of iron [4]. A green dye is obtained from the unripe fruit [4, 115]. A blue or grey dye is obtained from the ripe berries [4, 115]. Plants can be grown as an informal (untrimmed) hedge, though they are also amenable to trimming [200]. The cultivar 'Tallhedge (syn 'Columnaris') is very suitable for this purpose [200]. The wood is used to make wooden nails, shoe lasts, veneer etc [46, 61]. It is the source of a high quality charcoal that is used by artists [4, 11, 13, 17, 100, 115, 182, 186]. Cultivation details: An easily grown plant, it succeeds in any reasonably good soil [11, 98], preferring neutral to acid conditions [238]. It grows well on damp or peaty soils [98]. Prefers a moist moderately fertile soil in sun or semi-shade [200]. Grows well in wet soils but not if they are water-logged [186]. Dislikes drought or exposure to strong winds [186]. Plants are hardy to at least -15°c [238]. Alder buckthorn is a slow-growing plant, though it coppices well. It was at one time often grown for its wood which was used in making charcoal [186]. The plants regenerate well after forest fires or grazing [186]. Plants flower on one-year old wood and also on the current year's growth [4]. Cultivated as a medicinal plant in S. Europe [57]. Often bears the aecidospore stage of 'crown rust' of oats [1]. The species in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. A good bee plant [4] and a main food plant for the larvae of the yellow brimstone butterfly [186]. Propagation: Seed - best sown in the autumn in a cold frame. Stored seed will require 1 - 2 months cold stratification at about 5° and should be sown as early in the year as possible in a cold frame or outdoor seedbed [200]. Germination is usually good, at least 80 % by late spring. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle, and grow them on in the greenhouse or cold frame for their first winter. Plant them out in late spring or early summer of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame [113]. Cuttings of mature wood of the current year's growth, autumn in a frame. Layering in early spring [4]. Cultivars: 'Tall Hedge' - A dense, columnar shrub, it makes a good hedge [200].” -

Ø-- Rhamnus triquetra / - Har ikke denne. -

U-- Sarcococca confusa / Fragrant Sarcococca, Sweet Box / sar-ko-KOK-a con-FU-sa / - Familie: Buxaceace. - “Broadleaf evergreen, 3-5 ft (1-1.5 m), densely branched, spreads by underground shoots.  Leaves alternate, simple, narrow, lanceolate, 3-5 cm long, lustrous green above, light green below.  White flowers not showy, apetalous, but very fragrant, open in winter, male flowers (towards shoot tips) with cream-colored anthers, female flowers have 2 -3 styles.  Fruit ripen a year later, at first red, then turning black, shiny, oval, 8 mm long.

Shade.  Fairly drought tolerant. Hardy to USDA Zone (6b) 7. Origin of the species is somewhat confused, thought to have been collected by Ernest H. Wilson from the wild in China about 1908, but it has not been discovered in the wild.  Possibly a natural hybrid, but it comes true from seed. It is unusual that female flowers on the same branch may have either 2 or 3 stigmas. According to Sunset Western Garden Book, S. confusa is often sold as S. ruscifolia, although they are similar in appearance, S. ruscifolia has red fruit. sarcococca: from sarco, flesh, and kokkos: a berry (i.e., fleshy fruit).  confusa: confused, with other species.

Oregon State Univ. campus: northwest corner of Cordley Hall.” -

Ø-- Sarcococca hookeriana humilis / Himalayan Sarcococca, Sweetbox / - kr. 130,- ca. 20 cm - Frances Perry. - “Scientific Name: Sarcococca hookeriana. Common Name: Plant Family: Buxaceae. Common Plant Family: Box. Plant Type: Shrub, groundcover. Hardiness Zones: 6A - 8B. Plant Height: 4 - 6 feet.” - “Great ground cover for the shade garden! The lustrous sheen of the dark green leaves creates a clean-looking uniform appearance. Fragrant white flowers are followed by blue-black fruit. Evergreen. Partial to full shade. Slow-growing shrub to 18 to 24 inches tall, spreads to 8 feet. Cutting grown.” - "Growth Conditions: Growth Rate: Slow Growing. Growth Habit: Clumping. Heat Zones: 9 (>120 to 150 days) - 3 (>7 to 14 days). Cold Hardiness: 9 (20 to 30 F) - 6 (-10 to 0 F). Water Requirements: Water regularly, when top 3" of soil is dry. Sun Exposure: Partial to full shade. Companion Plants: Use other shade-loving shrubs and perennials as companions, including Ignatius Sargent Rhododendron (Rhododendron x Ignatius Sargent) with rose blooms, the pink flowers of Rheinland Astilbe (Astilbex arendsii `Rheinland`)--for a bright foliage touch--Gold Standard Plantain Lily (Hosta fortunei `Gold Standard`). Average Landscape Size: Slow-growing to 18 to 24 in. tall, spreads to 8 ft.” - “Sarcococca - a wonderful winter shade plant: It can be a challenge to find interesting flowering plants to include in the winter garden. However, there are quite a few that are especially nice because they offer one or two special features. Winter flowering Heathers; sasanqua Camellias; Viburnum tinus and Witch hazels are just a few of these. Personally I think one of the most over-looked winter flowering plants is the Sarcococca. This is a plant that has three distinct attributes, it not only flowers during the winter, it has great fragrance, and it grows in the shade. There are two varieties of Sarcococca that are commonly grown here in the Northwest: S. hookerana humilis, a low-spreader that seldom grows over 12 to 18 inches high and 3 to 5 feet wide and S. ruscifolia, a taller plant that grows about 3 feet high and wide. Humilis fits in well as a ground cover plant, in rockeries low borders or foundation plantings. While the taller ruscifolia is a natural for entryways, containers or foundation planting. Both should be placed where the intense fragrance of the flowers and the beauty of the foliage can be enjoyed to the fullest. The flowers, although quite small, standout above the dark glossy green leaves. Small round black fruit often forms after the plants have flowered. Flowers generally open in January and, depending upon the weather, may still be blooming in early March. Although the flowers are rather small and insignificant to look at, their intense fragrance more than compensates. I cannot stress enough the importance of planting them near the entryway or other areas where foot-traffic is heavy, so the intense fragrance and beauty of the dark glossy green foliage can be enjoyed to the fullest. I have them planted in containers right at our entry area in the shade of the entry, under the over-hang of our home. LOCATION: The plants do especially well in a shady spot, a north, east or similar exposure. If given proper watering and feeding attention, they will even do well in the shade under tall trees, or at the base of evergreen shrubs. SOIL PREPARATION: Growth and flowers are at their best when Sarcococca is planted in well-drained soil, rich in organic humus. The addition of generous amounts of compost, peat moss or processed manure mixed with the existing soil, at planting time is very beneficial in the eventual growth of the plants. FEEDING: As a rule, if the soil is properly prepared at planting time, the plants will require little if any feeding. However, if there is a need to fertilize them, it is best done in mid-February or early June. Use a rhododendron type fertilizer, following label instructions to the letter. If it is a dry granular fertilizer, be certain to water-in immediately after application. INSECTS AND DISEASES: Sarcococca is seldom bothered by insects or diseases. Occasionally spider mites or aphids can be a nuisance. If the leaves of your plant turn an off-color green or whitish color, take a leaf sample to the Certified Nurseryperson at your nearby garden center or nursery and have them make an on the spot diagnosis of what is causing the condition and what to do to correct it. USES IN THE LANDSCAPE: Sarcococca is an easy-going companion plant for camellias, rhododendrons, azaleas and other shade-loving plants. They are most effective when planted in groups of three or more plants. This also intensifies the fragrance when the plants are in bloom. The apartment dweller or mobile-home owner will find sarcococca ideal for containers where-ever it's shady. Occasionally you will even find sarcococca grown as a houseplant. Its requirements indoors are the same whether grown outside or indoors. However, as with all houseplants it will need additional humidity indoors. Its unusual flowering time; heady fragrance and attractive glossy green leaves make the sarcococca a fine antidote for the rainy-winter-day blues.” -

U-- Sarcococca ruscifolia / Fragrant Sarcococca / - “Beautiful shrub for shady areas! White flowers are small, but very fragrant. Followed by bright red fruit. Forms natural espalier against wall. Useful in dark areas where other plants won`t grow! Evergreen. Shade. Slow grower to 3 to 5 feet tall and wide. Cutting grown. Fragrant winter blooms on an evergreen plant are always welcome, but here is a shrub that takes shade, too! Plant it along the shady side of the house or group the plants in a bed near an entryway. Companion Plants: Reeves Skimmia (Skimmia reevesiana) is a fine shade-loving companion, and also gets red berries. Try a ground cover of Green Sheen Japanese Spurge (Pachysandra terminalis `Green Sheen`), and use a white-blooming shrub such as Lanarth White Hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla `Lanarth White`) on the slightly sunny side of the group. Average Landscape Size: Slow grower to 3 to 5 ft. tall and wide. Key Plant Benefits: Beautiful shrub for shady areas! White flowers are small, but very fragrant. Followed by bright red fruit. Forms natural espalier against wall. Useful in areas where others won`t grow! Evergreen. Care Instructions: Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. For a tidy, neat appearance, shear annually to shape. Growth Conditions: Growth Rate: Slow Growing. Growth Habit: Bushy. Heat Zones: 9 (>120 to 150 days) - 7 (>60 to 90 days). Cold Hardiness: 9 (20 to 30 F) - 7 (0 to 10 F). Water Requirements: Water regularly, when top 3" of soil is dry. Sun Exposure: Shade. Flowering: Flower or Bloom description: Tiny, petalless flowrs in small clusters with conspicuous stamens. Flower Color: White. Flowering Time / Season: Early Spring. Propagation: Propagation Method: Cutting grown. Best time to prune: Spring after flowering. Attributes: Border Plant, Attractive Fruit, Espaliers, Fragrant, Fruit-Bearing, Groundcover, Hedge Plant, Pest Resistant, Berries, Shade Loving, Spring Flowering, Woodland Garden, Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant. - Foliage: Glossy, dark green, wavy edged, densely set, no branches. Foliage Shape: Ovate. Normal foliage color: Green. Underside foliage: Green. Juvenile foliage: Green. Mature foliage: Green. New foliage: Green. Spring foliage: Green. Summer foliage: Green. Fall foliage: Green. Winter foliage: Green.” -

Ø-- Tetracentron sinense / - kr. 690,- ca. 2 m. - ”Deciduous tree, 10-20 m high in the wild, smaller in cultivation.Twigs brown. Pointed buds. Leaves alternate, glabrous, ovate to heart-shaped, pointed at the apex, 7-12 cm long, toothed,  with 5-7 prominent veins. Yellowish flowers in pendulous, 10-15 cm long spikes. Home: Central and Western China , North Burma, Nepal.” - “Tetracentron sinense Oliver, Hooker's Icon. Pl. 19: t. 1892. 1889.

水青树 shui qing shu - Tetracentron sinense var. himalense H. Hara & Kanai. - Trees to 40 m tall, 1 - 1.5 m d.b.h, glabrous. Branchlets grayish brown; bud ca. 1 cm. Stipule narrowly oblong, ca. 1 cm. Petiole 2 - 4 cm; leaf blade broadly ovate, 7 - 16 × 4 - 12 cm, papery, abaxially paler, base cordate to rarely truncate rounded, margin serrulate, apex acuminate; palmate veins 5 - 7. Inflorescences 6--15 cm, short pedunculate, 80 - 125-flowered but some aborted by anthesis. Floral subtending bracts 0.3 - 0.5 × 0.4 - 0.7 mm. Flowers yellowish green, sessile, 1 - 2 mm in diam. Sepals ovate-orbicular, 1 - 2 mm, margin entire, apex rounded. Stamens exserted; filaments subterete to slightly flattened, 1.5 - 3 mm; anthers 0.4 - 0.8 mm, locules lateral, each theca dehiscent by a lateral slit, connective truncate-rounded at apex. Carpels ca. 1.5 mm at anthesis. Styles at first erect and connivent, becoming recurved at anthesis, subulate; stigma along the ventral surface of the style. Fruit brown, follicles 2.5 - 5 mm, dehiscence loculicidal, persistent style pointing toward follicle base due to expansion of follicle ventral side. Seeds 4 - 6 per follicle, spindle-shaped, 2 - 3 mm, compressed, short winged at each end. Fl. Apr - Jul, fr. Jul - Oct. 2n = 48. Along streams or forest margins in broad-leaved evergreen forests and mixed evergreen-deciduous forests; 1100 - 3500 m. S Gansu, Guizhou, SW Henan, W Hubei, NW and SW Hunan, S Shaanxi, Sichuan, S and SE Xizang, Yunnan [Bhutan, NE India, N Myanmar, E Nepal, N Vietnam]. This species is expected to be found in both N Guangxi (Yuecheng Ling) and Sikkim.” -

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-- Skorsonnerrot (N) / - Staude. Høyde: Blomst: - RLH, 12.02. 2005: Røtterne kan til vinteren plantes nokså tett i en dyp nok potte med god jord, plasseres kjølig noe sted, for eksempel i en potetkjeller, og det skal ikke så meget lys til for at det fremkommer blader som er gode som salatgrønt. PS: Moskusender vet jeg også er glade i slikt grønt om vinteren og våren, og de spiser gjerne av eller opp roten samtidig. -

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-- Barbarea / Vinterkarse (N) / - ”To- eller flerårige urter, glatte eller med enkle hår. Blad fjærflikete eller delte; stengelblad oftest stengelomfattende. Blomster gule, i grenete klaser. Frukten en langskulpe, firkantet, hver klapp med en enkelt kraftig midtnerve. 20 arter i nordlige tempererte strøk. Mest fuktige voksesteder. Flere arter er vanlige ugress.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Barbarea intermedia (Boreau.) / - Toårig. - ”Lav til middels høy, glatt eller håret, toårig. Nedre blad med 3 - 5 par sidefliker; øvre blad fjærflikete. Blomster gule, 5 - 6 mm. Frukt kort, 10 - 30 mm. Fuktige steder, dyrkingsjord og brakkmark, veikanter og elvebredder. Mai - august. Sør-Tyskland og Mellom- og Sør-Frankrike; naturalisert mange andre steder. Hjemmehørende i Mellom- og Sør-Europa.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Barbarea stricta (Andrz.) / Stakekarse (N) / - Toårig. - Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Barbarea verna (Miller) Ascherson / Barbarea praecox / Vårkarse (N) / - ”Lav til høy, håret, toårig. Nedre blad med 6 - 10 par sidefliker; øvre blad fjærflikete. Blomster mellomgule, 7 - 10 mm. Frukt lang, 30 - 70 mm. Fuktige steder, brakkmark og kulturjord. April - juli. Mellom- og Sør-Frankrike. Viltvoksende i Sør og Sørvest-Europa, vanlig ugress i Nord-Amerika, Sør-Afrika og Australia.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Barbarea vulgaris (R. Br.) / Vinterkarse (N) / Sommargyllen, Vinterkrasse (S) / - Staude. - ”Middels til høy, glatt, to- eller flerårig urt. Nedre blad med 2 - 5 par sidefliker; øvre blad tannete, uten fliker. Blomster lysende gule, 7 - 9 mm; knoppene glatte. Frukt 15 - 30 mm, stivt opprett. Fuktige veikanter, grøfter og elvebredder. Mai - august. Hele området, unntatt Færøyene og Svalbard; naturalisert i Island. P: Ulike kortsnablete bier, humler, møll, fluer og biller, til dels selvpollinering, særlig i overskyet vær eller regn. Norge: Forholdsvis vanlig nord til Finnmark.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. - ”Sommargyllen gör verkligen skäl för sitt namn, där den står vid vägkanter och dikesrenar, högrest och med en tät och alldeles guldgul blomställning. Ibland kallas den vinterkrasse och när man vet att den övervintrar med sin gröna bladrosett förstår man det. Sommargyllen är en kulturgynnad växt och trivs efter vägar och på odlad mark. Den er också ett vanligt åkerogräs. Sitt namn Barbarea har den fått efter vinterhelgonet Barbara. Kan det ha något samband med att sommergyllen är en av de örter som kan grävas fram ur snöen mitt i vintern eller skördas som en av de allra första vårprimörerna? Med sin höga C-vitaminhalt måste den ha varit en välsignelse för vinteranemiska nordbor. Så länge plantan är liten, och innan blommorna börjar visa sig kan man äta bladen. Sedan blir de alltför beska för att vara njutbara, men då kan man å andra sidan skörda de outslagna blomknopparna. De kan kokas som ett slags miniatyr-broccoli. Utslagna kan blommorna med sin vackert gula färg förgylla upp en sallad och ge en pikant krassesmak åt anrättningen. Sommargyllen innehåller mycket C-vitamin och provitamin A. Enligt Gibbons innehåller saften tre gånger så mycket C-vitamin som apelsinjuice. Inte borde askorbinsyratabletterna ha någon marknad, när man kan få i sig det livsnödvändiga vitaminet på ett så mycket angenämare sätt.” Fra boken ”Kan man äta sånt? En bok om ätliga växter” av Inger Ingmanson, Sverige 1978, Raben & Sjögren, 2. upplagan, tredje tryckningen, tjugonde tusendet. -

-- Cardamine / Springkarse (N) / - ”Ett- eller flerårige urter, ofte glatte eller med enkle hår. Blad hele til finnete. Blomster i klaser, til dels grenete. Frukten en flattrykt langskulpe der klappene ruller seg spiralaktig opp fra grunnen av ved åpningen. Kosmopolitt; 100 arter, i tropene bare til fjells. Flere dyrkes i hager.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Cardamine amara (L.) / Bekkekarse (N) / - Staude. - ”Middels høy, håret, med kantete stengler og tynne utløpere, flerårig. Blad finnete, ikke grunnstilt rosett, de nedre med 2 - 4 par ovale småblad, de øvre med smalere småblad. Blomster hvite, av og til purpuraktige, 11 - 12 mm; pollenknapper svartfiolette. Fuktige steder, eng, skog, kilder, sump og elvebredder, til 2000 m. April - juni. Hele området (Nord-Europa), unntatt Færøyene, Island og lengst nord. Ofte i mengder, trives best der grunnvannet er i bevegelse, tåler skygge. Det meste av Europa, mot øst til Vest- og Sentral-Asia. Vanlig på Østlandet i Norge, videre nord til Nordland.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Cardamine bellidifolia (L.) / Høyfjellskarse (N) / - Staude. - ”Lav, glatt, flerårig. Blad tykke, skjeformede, de fleste i grunnstilt rosett, helrandete. Blomster hvite, 7 - 10 mm, 2 - 5 sammen i klaser; frukt purpurbrun, 12 - 25 mm. Fuktige steder, grusmark, elvebredder, helst på sur jord, til 2100 m. Skandinavia og Island. Vanlig i fjellet i Norge. Over hele Svalbard, men ikke vanlig.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Cardamine bulbifera (L.) Crantz. / Dentaria bulbifera / Tannrot (N) / Tandrot (S) / - Staude. - ”Har sina yngelknoppar i bladvinklarna. (…) Kärrbrässman och bergbrässman och troligen de flesta cardamine-arter går att använda på samma sätt som ängsbrässman.” Fra boken ”Kan man äta sånt? En bok om ätliga växter” av Inger Ingmanson, Sverige 1978, Raben & Sjögren, 2. upplagan, tredje tryckningen, tjugonde tusendet. - ”Middels høy, glatt flerårig urt med jordstengel som er kledt med skjellblad. Stengelblad finnete med 1 - 3 par tannete småblad; øvre blad hele, de fleste med yngleknopper i bladhjørnet. Blomster blekt purpur eller lilla, 12 - 18 mm. Frukt 20 - 35 mm, utvikles ikke alltid. Løvskog, skogkanter og elvebredder, på kalkholdig jord, til 1500 m. Mai - juni. Hele området, unntatt Irland, Island og lengst nord, vokser ofte sammen med ramsløk (Allium ursinum) og (lenger sør i området) klokkeblåstjerne (Scilla non-scripta). Yngleknoppene faller lett av og vokser opp til nye planter der forholdene er gunstige. Europa til sørøstlige deler av Sovjetunionen og Kaukasus. Norge: I lavlandet langs kysten nord til Trøndelag.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Cardamine hirsuta / Bergbrässma (S) / - ”Är liten och hårig. (Hirsuta betyder hårig!) Kärrbrässman och bergbrässman och troligen de flesta cardamine-arter går att använda på samma sätt som ängsbrässman.” Fra boken ”Kan man äta sånt? En bok om ätliga växter” av Inger Ingmanson, Sverige 1978, Raben & Sjögren, 2. upplagan, tredje tryckningen, tjugonde tusendet. -

-- Cardamine nymanii (Gand.) / Polarkarse (N) / - ”Likner engkarse, men lav og tuedannende med ganske tykke blad, gjerne samlet i rosett; småblad med forsenkede nerver. Blomster oftest noe mindre, lilla. Frukt 10 - 18 mm. Fuktig eng og elvebredder. Juni - juli. Nnord-Europa, unntatt Færøyene og Island. Norge: Vanlig i fjellet. Svalbard: Over hele Svalbard, men ikke vanlig.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

-- Cardamine palustris / Kärrbrässma (S) / - ”Växer på fuktigare platser enn Cardamine pratensis och har vita blommor, samt är mörkare till färgen. Kärrbrässman och bergbrässman och troligen de flesta cardamine-arter går att använda på samma sätt som ängsbrässman.” Fra boken ”Kan man äta sånt? En bok om ätliga växter” av Inger Ingmanson, Sverige 1978, Raben & Sjögren, 2. upplagan, tredje tryckningen, tjugonde tusendet. -

-- Cardamine pratensis (L.) / Engkarse (N) / Ängsbrässma, Ängskrasse (S) / - Staude. - ”Ängsbrässma eller ängskrasse är en liten ljusgrön växt med blekt blåvioletta blommor. Ängsbrässman har en liten egenhet. Den förökar sig sällan med frön, däremot har den små groddknoppar på bladen, som lätt faller av och gror. Den nära släktingen tandrot, Cardamine bulbifera eller Dentaria bulbifera, har sina yngelknoppar i bladvinklarna. Det andra namnet ängskrasse är ingen slump. Hela växten har en krasseliknande smak och används på samma sätt. Små blad passar fint i sallad, som spenat eller soppgrönsak. Fröna kan användas som krydda eller til senap och blommorna kan förgylla en sallad. Tidigare pressades saften mot skörbuk och blommor och frön ansågs bota krampsjukdomar och konvulsioner.” Fra boken ”Kan man äta sånt? En bok om ätliga växter” av Inger Ingmanson, Sverige 1978, Raben & Sjögren, 2. upplagan, tredje tryckningen, tjugonde tusendet. - Irene ifra Haugesund omegn fortalte 2004 til RLH at de i hennes familie har pleid spise denne planten. - ”Middels høy, glatt flerårig urt med opprette stengler. Nedre blad i rosett, finnete med stort endesmåblad; øvre blad med flere og smalere småblad. Blomster blekt lilla-rosa, sjelden hvite, 12 - 18 mm, kronblad med hakk, pollenknapper gule. Frukt 25 - 40 mm. Fuktige steder, enger og beiter, åpen skog, veikanter. April - juni. Hele området. Danner ofte store kolonier. P: Humlefluer og svevefluer. Norge: Vanlig nord til Trøndelag.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. -

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-- Ceanothus / California Lilac (USA) / - “Most Ceanothus transplant badly so cuttings should be struck in small pots and planted out without disturbing the roots.” - Familie: Rhamnaceae, 58 genera and 900 species.-

-- Ceanothus coerulens / Ceanothus azureus / California Lilac (USA) / - Fra Mexico, løvfellende busk opp til 2 m (6 ft.) med dyp blå sensommerblomster. -

-- Ceanothus coerulens? Gloire de Versailles / Ceanothus azureus / California Lilac (USA) / -

-- Ceanothus del. Gloire de Versailles / - RLH, 31.03. 2006: Denne busken i dag funnet avbrukket nedved roten i skråningen sørvest for det gamle plommetreet. Rothalsen var for lengst angrepet helt av råte. Brukket av eller ødelagt av noen – eller råtebrann i rothalsen? Vel temmelig tvilsomt om noe nytt skyter opp ifra roten! -

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-- Monarda Aquarius / Bergamotplant / Kalebassenmuskat / Monodora / Temynta / Etasjemynte / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomst: VII-VIII. Blålilla? blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag -

-- Aruncus aethusifolius / Koreaskjegg / Geitebaard / Geisbart / Goatsbeard / Barbe de bouc / Pymspirea / - Staude. Særbu. Høyde: 20 - 30 cm. Blomst: V-VII. Kremhvite blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Opprinnelse: Korea. Middels hardfør. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag - ”Hannplantene har blomster som ser ut som store fjørdusker, mens hunnplantene er mer kompakte.” -

-- Diascia Lilac Bell / Twinspur / Daiscie / Tvillingblomster / Lilarosa / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomst: VI-IX. Rosalilla? blomster. Sol. Kantvekst. Bunndekkende. Hengende kurv (ampel). - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag -

-- Pulsatilla vulgaris / Stor kubjelle / Wildemanskruid / European pasqueflower / Anèmone pulsatilla / Backsippa / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomst: III-V. Blålilla og blåfiolette blomster med gult øye. Sol. Kantvekst. Steinbed. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag - ”Danner tuer. Frøstandene er dekorative. Jord: Planten vokser vilt på bl.a. tørr, kalkrik lynghei, men trives de fleste steder der det er tørr, lett jord. Viktig at jorden er veldrenert.” - ”Bruksområde: Fjellhager. Solrike, tørre rabatter.” -

-- Filipendula ulmaria Plena / Mjødurt (N) / Älggräs (S) / Meadowsweet, Meadow Sweet / Moerasspirea / Spierstaude / Filipendule / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomst: VI-VII. Hvite blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag -

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-- Gressløk / - Staude. Høyde: - Blomst: Blåfiolette blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 09.11. 2004, utplantet -

-- Stachys byzantina / Lammeøre / Woolly Betony / Lammöron / Silberwollziest / Nukkapähkämö / - Staude. Høyde: 35 cm. Blomst: VI-VIII. Hvitlige? blomster. Sol. Kantvekst. Bunndekkende. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 09.11. 2004, utplantet -

-- Achillea filipendulina Parkers Varietat / Praktryllik (N) / Pragtrøllike (DK) / Yarrow / Praktröllika (S) / Schafgarbe / Kultakärsämö / Gelbe Tellergarbe / - Staude. Høyde: 50 - 150 cm. Blomst: VII-IX. Gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 09.11. 2004, utplantet inntil stein i grunnen mellom den store Bålplassen og Trampolineplassen. - ”Hele planten har sterk krydderduft.” -

-- Gaillardia aristata Kobold / Blanket Flower / Kokardenblume / Kokarde / Kokardblomster / Syyssädekukka / - Staude. Høyde: 35 cm. Blomst: VII-VIII. Gul og rødbrun? Sol. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 09.11. 2004, utplantet -

-- Lotus corniculatus / Vanlig tiriltunge (N) / Birds foot / Hornklee / Lotier / Kællingetand (DK) / Käringtand (S) / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomst: VI-VIII. Gule blomster. Sol. Kantvekst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 09.11. 2004, utplantet -

-- Origanum vulgaris Compactum / Bergkung (N) / Wild marjoram / Majoran / Marjolaine vivace / Merian / Kungsmynta / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomst: VII-IX. Hvitblåe? blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Krydder. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 09.11. 2004, utplantet -

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-- Lythrum salicaria / Strandkattehale / Purple Loosestrife / Blutweiderich / Kattehale / Fackelblomster / (Pohjan) Rantakukka / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomst: VII-VIII. Rødlige blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 sørvest for Snekkerbua, ved komposten der. -

-- Waldsteinia ternata / Sibirmuregull / Guldjordbær / Gullgröna / Barren Strawberry / Golderdbeere / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomst: V-VI. Gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Bunndekkende? - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 - ”Ypperlig bunndekker under løvtrær og busker samt i rabatter.” -

-- Solidago canadensis Goldkind / Gullris / Gyldenris / Kanadensiskt Gullris / Goldenrod / Goldrute / Kanadanpiisku / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomst: VII-IX. Gule blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. Solitær. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 sørvest for Snekkerbua, ved komposten der. -

-- Physostegia virginiana Vivid / Drejeblomst / Drakmynta / Virginialeddblomst / Kellopeippi / Obendient Plant / Gelenkblume / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomst: IX-X. Rosarøde blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 sørøst for den store steinen i grunnen ved Gudmund-dammen. -

-- Aubrieta hybrid Johan / Hagepute / Aubretia / Blåpude / Aubriete / Rock cress / Blaukissen / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomst: IV-V. Rødlige blomster. Sol. Bunndekkende? - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 ca. 10? m sør for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Acaena microphylla Kupferteppich / Taggkryp (N) / Burweed / Stachelnüsschen (D) / Acaena microphill / Bronsekryp / Brun Taggpimpinell (S) / Tornnød, hvid / - Staude. Bunndekkende. Vintergrønn. Høyde: 5 - 10 cm. Blomst: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Opprinnelse: New Zealand. Setter frø på sensommeren. Frøstandene er brunrøde. Middels hardfør. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 inntil sørveggen av Snekkerbua. - ”Må beskyttes mot barfrost. En godt drenert vokseplass er en betingelse. Vinterfuktighet tar raskt knekken på planten.” -

-- Epimedium perralchicum Frohnleiten / Bispelue, rød / Bispehue / Sockblomma / Barrenwort / Elfenblume / Fleur des Elfes / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomst: IV-V. Gule blomster? Halvskygge. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 nordvest for Låvebroen. -

-- Chiastophyllum oppositifolium / Korssmørblad / Lambs tail / Walddickblatt / Goutte d`Or / Stenhøjsguldregn / Gullbåge / - Staude. - Høyde: 20 cm. Blomst: V-VI. Gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Calamintha nepeta / - Staude. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Viola odorata / - Staude. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Sedum spectabile Brilliant / Oktoberbergknapp (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 30 - 40 cm. Blomstring: VIII-IX. Rosarøde blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Meget fin og holdbar snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Kniphofia uvaria Flamenco / - Staude. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Centranthus ruber Pretty Betsy / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Rødlige blomster. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Vinca major Variegata / Storgravmyrt / Vintergrøn / Stor Vintergröna / Periwinkle / Grosses Immergrün / Grande pervenche / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Fiolette blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 sørvest for Gudmund-dammen, innmot den tykke furustubben på berget / steinen der. -

-- Coreopsis verticillata Zagreb / - Staude. Gule blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Primula auricula / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomst: V. Gule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Stachys macrantha Superba / Praktbetonika / Havegaltetand / Prydsvinerot / Woundwort / Ziest / Jalopähkämö / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomst: VI-VII. Sol. Lilla blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot vestsiden der. -

-- Dianthus gratianopolitanus Stäfa / Pinsenellik / Cheddar pink / Pfingstnelke rosa / Oeillet de montagne / Pudenellike / Bergnejlika rosa / - Staude. Høyde: 10 - 15 cm. Blomst: VI-VII. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. -

-- Gressløk / - Staude. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 10,- (høstsalg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der, ved timian. -

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-- Amelancier alnifolia Alvdal / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 79,- (minus rabatt) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 rett sør inntil kompostbingen (øst for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne). -

-- Diervilla sessilifolia / Southern Bush-Honeysuckle / - Busk. Løvfellende. Høyde: ca. 1, 5 m. Blomst: VI-VIII. Sulfurgule, små, beskjedne blomster på årsskudd. Sol, halvskygge, skygge. Nøysom. Herdighet: H-5. Egnet for skråninger og grupper, brer seg. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 99,- (minus rabatt) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 02.11. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 ca. 6 m sør og 2 m øst for det store hestekastanjetreet (ved veien ned mot vannet), inntil Prunus avium Lapins der. - M.A. Dirr: ”This species will doubtfully make anyones list of the top 50 flowering shrubs, but it can be a serviceable filler in sun or shade and in inhospitable soils. Forms a low-growing, wide-spreading, flat-topped shrub. The 2- to 6-in.-long leaves emerge bronze-purple in spring, change to lustrous dark green, and may develop tints of red-purple in autumn. Sulfur-yellow flowers appear at the ends of the shoots in June through August. The floral display is not potent and is really only noticeable if one stumbles into the shrub. An extremely adaptable and versatile plant. Could be used for large-area coverage on banks. Grows 3 to 5 ft. high and wide. US Zones 4 to 8. North Carolina to Georgia and Alabama.” -

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-- Lonicera nitida Elegant / L. ligustrina var. yunnanensis; L. pileata f. yunnanensis / Myrteleddved / Boxleaf honeysuckle / - Vintergrønn busk med små, blanke blad og tynne, overhengende grener. Blomstring: V. Små, gulhvite, uanselige. Frukt: Purpursorte, uanselige og få. Egnet som: bunndekke, lav hekk. Tåler en del skygge. Herdighet: H-3-4. - ”Opprett busk, høyde 1 - 2 m. Tåler skygge. Herdighet: H3-4.” Familie: Caprifoliaceae. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 99,- (minus 70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 ved sargentkirsebærtreet få m nordøst for husets nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Knautia macedonica / Knautia / Honigblume / Grekisk vädd / Beemdkroon / - Staude. Høyde: 60 sm. Blomstringstid: VI-IX. Rødlige? blomster. Sol. Kantvekst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 ved den store Bålplassen. -

-- Rosmarin / - 1 stk. oppstammet kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 den store Bålplassen ved platåets sørøstre hjørne. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 04.11. 2004, utplantet 06.11. 2004 Trampolineplassen, sørøstre enden inntil steinen i grunnen øst for den store høye furustubben. -

-- Lavendel / - 1 stk. oppstammet kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 sørsiden Trampolineplassen - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 04.11. 2004, utplantet 06.11. 2004 Trampolineplassen, sørsiden, inntil rose mellom thujaer der. -

-- Sitrontimian Silver Queen / - Og 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot sørsiden av platået der. -

-- Skogskjegg / - Og 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 ca. 20? m nord for husets nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Stikkelsbær Hinnomakki Gul / - Og 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 ca. 4? m vest og 4? m nord for Låvebroen. -

-- Minikiwi Issai / - Og 2 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet begge 30.10. 2004, den ene i Urtesteingarden inntil sørsiden av steinmuren til Hasselnøtthagen, ca. 6 m vest for nedre porten der, og den andre inntil Pyrus Gråpære ved Fjøsets sørvestre hjørne. -

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-- Oregano / -

-- Timian / -

-- Sitrontimian / -

-- Baptisia australis / Sørbaptisia (N) / Lupin indigo / False Indigo, Blue Indigo / Indigo-Lupine / Farvebælg / Färgväppling / - Staude. Høyde: 80 - 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Halvskygge. Blåfiolette? blomster. Fra Nord-Amerika. - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 ca. 8? m nord for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Baptisia tinctoria / Vill Indigo (N) / - Familie: Erteblomstfamilien. - Mangler denne enda! - Staude. Høyde: 1 m. - ”Har glatt stengel, kløverlignende blader og samlinger av blåfiolette blomster. Kommer fra Nordøst-Amerika, hvor den vokser i tørre, bakkete skogsområder fra Nord-Carolina til sør i Canada.” -

-- Anchusa azurea / Ochsenzunge / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Blå blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 40,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 inntil platået nordsiden den store Bålplassen. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Beet. Pflanzabstand: 50 cm. Kräftig wachsende Stauden mit rauhhaarigen, länglichen Blättern und leuchtendblauen Blüten. Gut mit Humus und Nährstoffen versorgte Böden. Sie treten durch die Farbintensität ihrer blauen Blüten hervor. Winterschutz ratsam.“ -

-- Tradescantia And.-Hybride, rot / Dreimasterblume / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-IX. Sol. Rødlige blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 40,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 sør for Trampolineplassen, nordsiden den store Bålplassen. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Freifläche. Pflanzabstand: 40 cm. Robuste Staude für nährstoffreiche, frische bis feuchte Böden in sonniger bis halbschattiger Lage. Sehr gute Verwendung in Rabatten, Bauerngärten und an Teichrändern, Rück-schnitt fördert Nachflor den ganzen Sommer. Gute Schnittstaude.“ -

-- Lychnis chalcedonica / Brennende tjæreblomst / Brændende kærlighed / Brinnande kärlek / Maltese cross / Brennende liebe / Croix de Jerusalem / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol. Røde blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 ca. den store Bålplassen. -

-- Centaurea macrocephala / Flockenblume / - Staude. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. Gule blomster. Solitær. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 40,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 ca. den store Bålplassen. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Freifläche. Pflanzabstand: 60 cm. Sehr schöne dekorative Solitärstaude. Wichtiger Sommerblüher. Anspruchslos. Mit jedem Boden zufrieden. Auch für trockene Lagen. Gute Haltbarkeit der Blüten als Schnittblumen.“ -

-- Helleborus niger / Julerose / Christrose / - Staude. Vintergrønn. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: XII-III. Halvskygge. Hvite blomster med gule støvbærere. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 60,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 få m øst for husets nordøstre hjørne. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Gehölz / Gehölzrand. Pflanzabstand: 35 cm. Winter- bis Vorfrühlingsblüher mit wintergrünen Laub. Gute Schnittblume. Standort zwischen oder unter Gehölzen in kalkhaltigen, humosen, lehmigen Böden. Kann jahrzehntelang unverpflanzt stehen bleiben.“ -

-- Geranium cantabrigiense Cambridge / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Rødlilla? blomster. Steinbed. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 ca. den store Bålplassen. - ”Geranium cantabrigiense er en krysning mellom Geranium dalmaticum og Geranium macrorrhizum. Det er en rasktvoksende, bunndekkende plante med duftende bladverk.” -

-- Geranium endressii / Høststorkenebb (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 30 - 50 cm. Blomst: VII-IX. Rosa blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Bruksområde: I rabatter og til forvilling. Formering: Ved deling eller med frø. Arten selvsår seg lett. Opprinnelse: Pyreneene. Beskrivelse: Runde, ikke særlig dypt femflikede blader. Sprer seg takket være utløpere, som ligger over jorden. Livskraftig plante med duftende bladverk. Blomstene er ca. 3 cm. i diameter og skålformede. De sitter ofte parvis. Jord: Godt drenert, helst næringsrik og litt fuktig. Stell: Kan skjæres ned efter blomstringen. Hardførhet: Hardfør.” -

-- Geranium sanguineum / Blodstorkenebb (N) / Storchschnabel / - Staude. Høyde: 30 - 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Rødlige blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 ca. den store Bålplassen. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Freifläche / Gehölzrand. Pflanzabstand: 35 cm. Wüchsiger Flächendecker für kalkhaltige, mäsig nährstoffreiche, durchlässige Böden in Sonne-Halbschatten. Gut vor Gehölzen und an Böschungen. Aus empfehlenswert: die weisblühende Form.“ -

-- Geranium sylvaticum Mayflower / Storchschnabel / - Staude. Høyde: 50 - 60 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Rød-blå? blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 40,- (minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 26.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 ved den store Bålplassen? - Ifra merkelapp: ”Lebensbereich: Gehölzrand. Pflanzabstand: 35 cm. Sehr schöne hellblaue Sorte des heimischen Waldstorchschnabels. Bevorzugt frische Böden in halbschattigen Lagen. Sehr gut zu trockenen Stellen und für Blumenwiesen geeignet.“ -

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-- Paeonia suffriticosa Hu Hong / Paeonia moutan / Trepion / Tree Paeonia / - Busk. Løvfellende. Høyde: 1 - 2 m. Blomst: mørk rosa. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 229,- (minus 70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 nordøstsiden den store Bålplassen, innmot platået der. - ”Lun, godt drenert kalkrik jord. H2.” - ”Tha Japanese are expert at grafting named cultivars of Tree Paeonies and are said to eat the flowers as salad in some parts of the country.” -

-- Thymus citriodorus Silver Queen / Sitrontimian / Thyme / Thym / Tijm / Quuendel / Citrontimjan / - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 nordøstsiden den store Bålplassen, inn mot platået der. -

-- Thymus vulgaris Compactus / Timian / Thyme / Thym / Tijm / Quuendel / - Busk / staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 inntil platået nordsiden den store Bålplassen. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 04.11. 2004, utplantet 06.11. 2004 ved den forrige. -

-- Chrysanthemum max. Exhibition / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 få m øst for husets nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Scabiosa caucasica Clive Greaves / Duifkruid / Grundkraut / Scabious / Scabieuse / Höstvädd / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-X. Lilla blomster. Sol. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 ved den store Bålplassen? -

-- Ajuga reptans / - Staude. Vintergrønn. Høyde: ca. 15 cm. Blomstringstid: Blå blomster. Skyggetålende. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 ca. 3 m sør for Låvebroen -

-- Tellima grandiflora / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Hvite blomster. Sol, skygge. Bunndekke. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 -

-- Geranium cinereum Ballerina / Gråstorkenebb (N) / Crowfoot / Storchschnabel / Jordnäva / Ooievaarsbek / Geranium / - Staude. Høyde: 10 - 20 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-X. Rosalilla blomster. Sol. Kantvekst og steinbed. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 ca. den store Bålplassen. -


-- / Santolina cham. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 den store Bålplassen, innmot platåets sørøstre hjørne der. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 04.11. 2004, utplantet ved den forrige. -

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-- Campanula lactiflora Loddon Anna (AGM) / Melkeklokke / Milky Bellflower / Bellflower / Klokjesbloem / Glockenblume / Campanule / Mjölkklocka / - Staude. Høyde: 100 - 200 cm. Blomsterfarve: blek rosa (”pale pink”). Blomstringstid: Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - Og 1 stk. (70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 23.10. 2004 ca. 10? m sør for huset her, dvs. rett sør for svarthylltreet der. -

-- Asarum europaeum / Hasselurt / Haselwurz / - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstringstid: III-IV. Skygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Veakrossen Hagesenter Karmøy 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 ved Fjøsbygningens sørvestre hjørne. - Fra merkelapp: “Lebensbereich: Gehölz. Pflanzabstand: 25 cm. Wertvoller, heimischer Waldbodendecker für kalkhaltige Laubhumusböden in halbschattigen bis schattigen Lagen. Zur Unterpflanzung von Bäumen und Sträuchern.“ -

-- Leptinella potentillina / Brass buttons / Cotule / Kotula / Vedermos / Fiederpolster / - Staude. Høyde: 5 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Vintergrønn. Steinbed. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 i steinfjellbedet. -

-- Astilbe (J) Europa / Astilbe / Spirea / Prachtspiere / - Staude. Høyde: 60 - 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Hvitrosa blomster. Halvskygge, skygge. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet ca. 23.10. 2004 Trampolineplassen, sørsiden komposten der. -

-- Chamaemelum nobile Treneague / Loopkamille / Römische Kamille / Chamomile / - Staude. Høyde: 5 cm. Blomstringstid: Ingen? Sol. Vintergrønn. Bunndekkeplante. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 nordvest for Låvebroen. -

-- Darmera peltata / Peltiphyllum peltatum / Skjoldsildre / Schildblad / Schildblatt / Saxifrage / Sköldbräcka / - Staude. Høyde: 50 - 100 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-V. Blekrosa blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst. Opprinnelse: USA. Familie: Saxifragaceae / sildrefamilien. Bruksområde: Ved vannanlegg, men også på andre, tilstrekkelig fuktige voksesteder. Hardfør. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet ca. 28. 10. 2004 den store Bålplassen, nordvestre enden der inntil en sypress. RLH, 06.11. 2004: Ser ut til at fjærfeet eller Mikka (hunden) har vært og ødelagt denne planten. - Og 2 stk. kjøpt samme sted 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag den store Bålplassen, innmot sørsiden av platået der. - ”Beskrivelse: En staselig plante. På en høy, kraftig, brunrød, hårete stengel utvikles en skjermlignende blomsterstand med blekrosa blomster. Efter blomstene utvikles bladene. De er runde, dypt flikete, omkring 50 cm i diameter og har lange skaft. Bladene får vakre høstfarger. Kraftig jordstengel, som gjør at planten kan spre seg ganske raskt, hvis den trives. Jord: Svært fuktig og næringsrik. Egentlig en myrplante. Stell: Må få stå i fred på vokseplassen.” -

-- Tiarella cordifolia / Klaseskumblomst / Foamflower / Tiarelle / Schaumblüte / Spetsmössa / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-V. Hvite blomster. Halvskygge, skygge. Vintergrønn. Bunndekkeplante. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 -

-- Kalimeris incisa / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Blå blomster med gult øye. Sol, halvskygge. Kantvekst og steinbedplante. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 inntil platået nordsiden den store Bålplassen. -

-- Acanthus mollis / Soft acanthus / Akantus / Stekelige berenklauw / Weicher Akanthus / Acanthe molle / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol. Kantvekst. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet få dager senere den store Bålplassen, inntil sørsiden av platået der. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 04.11. 2004, utplantet litt vest for den forrige. -

-- Achillea filipendulina Parkers / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 sør for Trampolineplassen. -

-- Pulmonaria saccharata Mrs. Moon / Flekklungeurt / Common lungwort / Longkruid / Buntes Lungenkraut / Pulmonaire officinale / Brokbladig lungört / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: III-IV. Halvskygge, skygge. Kantplante og bunndekke. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 vest for Låvebroen. -

-- Aruncus dioicus / Aruncus sylvestris / Skogskjegg / Goatsbeard, Goat`s Beard / Geitebaard / Geißbart / Barbe de bouc / Pymspirea / - Staude. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge, skygge. Kantplante og solitær. Fra Siberia. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 vestsiden av den store Bålplassen. - ”A splendid moisture-loving herbaceous perennial growing 1, 25 - 1, 5 (4 - 5 ft) tall with fine pinnate leaves and impressive plumes of hay-scented, creamy-white flowers.” Frances Perry. -

-- Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm / Coneflower / Zonnehoed / Sonnenhut / Rudbeckie / Strålrudbeckia / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-X. Sol. Kantplante. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 -

-- Geranium macrorrhizum / Rosestorkenebb (N) / Storkenebb / Cranes Bill / Bigroot geranium / Geranium / Storkenæb / Flocknava / Tuoksukurjenpolvi / Storchschnabel / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Bunndekkende. Velduftende bladverk, eplelignende duft. – 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 ved den store Bålplassen? -

-- Phlox x? Bright Eyes / Summer phlox / Höstflox / Staudenphlox / Vlambloem / Phlox panicule / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Rosa blomster med rødrosa øye. Sol. Kantplante. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 sørøst for Snekkerbua, på platået der. -

-- Vinca minor / Common periwinkle / Kleine maagdenpalm / Kleines Immergrün / Petite pervenche / Vintergröna / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: II-V. Lyseblå blomster. Halvskygge, skygge. Bunndekkende, vintergrønn. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 øst for Vedbua. -

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-- Aquilegia chrysantha / Gullakeleie / Columbine / Akeleie / Akeleje / Guldakleja / Kulta-akileija / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 på platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Salvia officinalis Purpuracens / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 sørsiden av Trampolineplassen. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 25.10. 2004, utplantet 27.10. 2004 nordsiden den store Bålplassen, inntil sørsiden av stein i grunnen der. -

-- Acer palmatum / - PFAF: “Physical Characteristics: A decidious tree growing to 8 m by 6m . It is hardy to zone 5 and is frost tender. It is in flower from May to June. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Secondary, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Leaves; Sap. The sap contains a certain amount of sugar and can either be used as a drink, or can be concentrated into a syrup by boiling off the water [105, 177, 183]. The syrup is used as a sweetener on many foods. The concentration of sugar is considerably lower than in the sugar maples (A. saccharum). The tree trunk is tapped in the early spring, the sap flowing better on warm sunny days following a frost. The best sap production comes from cold-winter areas with continental climates. Leaves - cooked [105, 177, 179]. We have eaten nicer leaves [K]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: Preservative. The leaves are packed around apples, rootcrops etc to help preserve them [18, 20]. Cultivation details: Of easy cultivation, it succeeds in most soils preferring a good moist well-drained soil on the acid side and partial shade [11, 182]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Chlorosis can sometimes develop as a result of iron deficiency when the plants are grown in alkaline soils, but in general maples are not fussy as to soil pH. Requires some shelter in the cooler areas of Britain and protection from cold drying winds [1]. Plants are hardy to about -25°c [184], but spring growth is subject to damage by late frosts [11]. A very ornamental tree [1], it is a polymorphic species [1] and there are many named varieties [11, 182]. Grows well with rhododendrons. Most maples are bad companion plants, inhibiting the growth of nearby plants [18, 20]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame, it usually germinates in the following spring. Pre-soak stored seed for 24 hours and then stratify for 2 - 4 months at 1 - 8°c. It can be slow to germinate. The seed can be harvested 'green' (when it has fully developed but before it has dried and produced any germination inhibitors) and sown immediately. It should germinate in late winter. If the seed is harvested too soon it will produce very weak plants or no plants at all [80, 113]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on until they are 20 cm or more tall before planting them out in their permanent positions. Layering, which takes about 12 months, is successful with most species in this genus. Cuttings of young shoots in June or July. The cuttings should have 2 - 3 pairs of leaves, plus one pair of buds at the base. Remove a very thin slice of bark at the base of the cutting, rooting is improved if a rooting hormone is used. The rooted cuttings must show new growth during the summer before being potted up otherwise they are unlikely to survive the winter. Only strong-growing cultivars succeed from cuttings, plants of the dissected or variegated cultivars will rarely grow into good plants.” -

-- Acer palmatum Atropurpureum / Viftelønn / Japanese maple / Japansk blodlönn / Maple Erable / Roter Fächerahorn / Japanse esdoorn / Acero palmatum / - 1 stk. ca. 0, 5 m kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 23.10. 2004 sørøst for den store Bålplassen. - Fra merkelapp: ”Høyde: 2 - 3 m. Sterkt røde høstfarger. Nøtter med dekorative vinger. Varm, solrik plass. Herdighet: H3.” -

-- Cyticus praecox Allgold / Vårgyvel / - 1 stk. ca. 0, 5 m kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 23.10. 2004 inntil sørsiden av den nordligste steinmuren, rett foran (den østligste av to) Campsis radicans Flamenco der. - Fra merkelapp: ”Høyde: 1 - 1, 5 m. Sterkt gule blomster i mai. Lett, varm, godt drenert sandjord. Herdighet: H3.” -

-- Cyticus purgans / Gullgyvel / - 1 stk. ca. 0, 4 m kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 23.10. 2004 inntil sørsiden av den nordligste steinmuren, rett foran (den vestligste av to) Campsis radicans Flamenco der. - Fra merkelapp: ”Høyde: 1 m. Sterkt gule blomster. Lett, varm, sandjord. Herdighet: H5.” -

-- Weigela flor. Variegata / Roseklokkebusk / - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Veakrossen Hagesenter Karmøy 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 østsiden Trampolineplassen, ved komposten der. - Fra merkelapp: ”Høyde: 0, 5 - 1 m. Utbredt busk, tett vekst. Bladene har hvite kanter. Lysrosa blomster. Nøysom. Jevn fuktighet og sol. Herdighet: H5.” -

-- Stikkelsbær ”Gul Hinnomakii” / - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 sørsiden Trampolineplassen inntil stein i grunnen der. - Fra merkelapp: ”Spisemoden i juli - august. Grønn-gule bær. Liten busk med middelstore bær. H6.” –

-- Actinidia arguta / Bower actinidia, Tara vine / - “High-climbing Asiatic vine having long finely serrate leaves and racemes of white flowers followed by greenish-yellow edible fruit.” –

-- Actimidia arguta Issai / - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.10. 2004, utplantet 23.10. 2004 inntil sørsiden av den nordligste steinmuren, ca. 15 m øst for inngangsporten til eiendommen her. -

-- Actinidia arguta / Trochostigma arguta (Siebold.&Zucc.), Actinidia megalocarpa (Nakai.) / Tara vine, Kiwifruit / Kattebusk / - 1 stk. kjøpt (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) Veakrossen Hagesenter Karmøy 20.10. 2004, utplantet 24.10. 2004 østsiden Trampolineplassen. - PFAF: ”Range: E. Asia - China, Japan. Habitat: Climbing up trees in woodland at elevations of 100 - 2000 metres [11, 198]. Physical Characteristics: A decidious climber growing to 15 m. It is hardy to zone 4 and is frost tender. It is in leaf from May to November, in flower from June to July, and the seeds ripen in October. The scented flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Bees and insects. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar: 'Ananasnaja': - Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar 'Issai': - Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar 'Langer': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. - Edible Uses: Fruit; Sap. Fruit - raw, cooked or dried for later use [1, 3, 61, 105]. Sweeter than A. deliciosa, the kiwi fruit [183], the skin is smooth and can be eaten with the fruit [K]. The fruit contains up to 5 times the vitamin C content of blackcurrants [74]. Highly esteemed according to one report [151] whilst another says that they are insipid [11]. The fruits are about 2 to 2.5 cm long [198]. They contain a number of small seeds, but these are easily eaten with the fruit [K]. The plant is rich in sap and this can be tapped and drunk in the spring [105, 177, 183]. Medicinal Uses: None known: Other Uses: None known. Cultivation details: Prefers a sound loamy neutral soil [1, 200]. Tolerates acid and moderately alkaline soils [202]. Succeeds in semi-shade but full sun is best for fruit production [200]. Prefers a sheltered position [200]. A very hardy plant, tolerating temperatures down to -30°c or more, but the young spring growth is susceptible to frost damage [160]. Some cultivars are said to tolerate temperatures down to about -50°c when fully dormant [160]. This species is often cultivated for its edible fruit and it is increasingly being seen as having potential in Britain. There are some named varieties [183]. Plants are usually dioecious but the cultivar 'Issai' is self-fertile [200]. A polymorphic species [74]. Fruits are formed on second year wood and also on fruit spurs on older wood [126], any pruning is best carried out in the winter [219]. Plants only flower when grown in warm climates [202]. This species flowers well in gardens in the south and west of Britain [219], the small flowers being sweetly scented [245]. This is a climbing plant, supporting itself by twining around branches etc [200]. Male and female plants must usually be grown if seed is required. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Propagation: Seed - sow spring in a greenhouse [133]. It is probably best if the seed is given 3 months stratification [113], either sow it in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in November or as soon as it is received. Fresh seed germinates in 2 - 3 months at 10°c, stored seed can take longer [133]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. When the plants are 30cm or more tall, plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts [K]. Most seedlings are male [126]. The seedlings are subject to damping off, so they must be kept well ventilated [113]. Cuttings of softwood as soon as ready in spring in a frame [K]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame. Very high percentage [113]. Cuttings of ripe wood, October / November in a frame. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The small flowers are sweetly scented. Cultivars: - 'Langer' 'Hood River' - Bears medium-size fruit of fine quality [183]. The original plant is from a homestead high in the Cascade Mountains where it had to endure summer droughts, deep snow, severe cold and wind, and other adverse conditions [183]. - 'Issai' - A long fruit, up to 4 cm in diameter, it is sweet with a good flavour and high quality [183]. The fruit is seedless when it is not pollinated [183]. This cultivar can produce fruits in the absence of a male pollinator, often in the first year after grafting, but yields will be increased if the plant is pollinated [183]. - 'Ananasnaja' - A medium-size fruit, 4 cm long and 2½ cm in diameter [183]. Juicy and sweet with a distinct pineapple-like aroma and flavour [183]. Possibly a hybrid with A. kolomikta, it is a reliable bearer that often produces fruit in bunches like grapes [183]. A very hardy plant, tolerating temperatures down to -35°c when fully dormant [183].” -

-- Pinus cembra / Cembrafuru / Swiss stone pine / Arolla Pine / Swiss Stone Pine / - Bartre. Ikke selv-fertil. - 2 stk. ca. 50 cm. kjøpt Grønt Miljø Karmøy 20.10. 2004, utplantet 28.10. 2004 - Ifra merkelapp: “Tre med lange kongler og spiselige frø. Nøysom, men tåler ikke så godt tørke. Ca. høyde: 5 - 10 m. Pl. avstand: 2 - 5 m. Salgsstr. 40 - 50 cm. H5-8.” - PFAF: Range: Europe - Alps, running north to Russia and Siberia. Habitat: Rarely found below elevations of 1500 metres, it grows with larch up to the tree line [11, 81]. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen tree growing to 15 m by 6 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 4. It is in leaf all year, in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen in September. The flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in heavy clay and nutritionally poor soils. The plant prefers acid and neutral soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy. Edible Uses: Condiment; Oil; Seed. Seed - raw or cooked [1, 2, 4, 34, 177, 183]. Much valued as a food, the oil-rich seed has a delicious flavour but with a slight flavour of turpentine. A reasonable size, it is about 10 mm x 8 mm [200]. An edible drying oil is obtained from the seed [2, 57, 63, 183]. A vanillin flavouring is obtained as a by-product of other resins that are released from the pulpwood [200]. Medicinal Uses: The turpentine obtained from the resin of all pine trees is antiseptic, diuretic, rubefacient and vermifuge [4]. It is a valuable remedy used internally in the treatment of kidney and bladder complaints and is used both internally and as a rub and steam bath in the treatment of rheumatic affections [4]. It is also very beneficial to the respiratory system and so is useful in treating diseases of the mucous membranes and respiratory complaints such as coughs, colds, influenza and TB [4]. Externally it is a very beneficial treatment for a variety of skin complaints, wounds, sores, burns, boils etc and is used in the form of liniment plasters, poultices, herbal steam baths and inhalers [4]. Other Uses: Dye; Herbicide; Resin; Wood. A tan or green dye is obtained from the needles [168]. The needles contain a substance called terpene, this is released when rain washes over the needles and it has a negative effect on the germination of some plants, including wheat [201]. Turpentine is obtained from the leaves [46, 61]. Oleo-resins are present in the tissues of all species of pines, but these are often not present in sufficient quantity to make their extraction economically worthwhile [64]. The resins are obtained by tapping the trunk, or by destructive distillation of the wood [4, 64]. In general, trees from warmer areas of distribution give the higher yields [64]. Turpentine consists of an average of 20% of the oleo-resin [64] and is separated by distillation [4, 64]. Turpentine has a wide range of uses including as a solvent for waxes etc, for making varnish, medicinal etc [4]. Rosin is the substance left after turpentine is removed. This is used by violinists on their bows and also in making sealing wax, varnish etc [4]. Pitch can also be obtained from the resin and is used for waterproofing, as a wood preservative etc. Wood - soft, easily worked. Used for furniture, turnery etc [46, 61, 100]. Cultivation details: Thrives in a light well-drained sandy or gravelly loam [1]. Dislikes poorly drained moorland soils [1]. Established plants tolerate drought [200]. Succeeds in most situations, flourishing on N. facing slopes and in moist heavy clay soils [81]. Grows best in the cooler wetter areas of Britain [11, 81]. A very hardy plant tolerating temperatures down to about -30°c [160]. The edible seeds are collected in large numbers in Siberia and are often exported [142]. (This report probably refers to the sub-species P. cembra sibirica.) This species does not appear to be long lived or to produce its cones freely in S. Britain [11]. It does not produce cones until it is 30 years old [200]. The cones take three years to ripen and then fall from the tree with the seeds still inside [120]. The seed is often eaten by squirrels etc before it can fall to the ground. The cones do not open, seed is extracted by breaking up the soft scales of the cone [200]. Plants are strongly outbreeding, self-fertilized seed usually grows poorly [200]. They hybridize freely with other members of this genus [200]. Slow growing in cultivation [81, 120], plants usually make less than 30 cm increase in height per year even when young [185]. Leaf secretions inhibit the germination of seeds, thereby inhibiting the growth of other plants below the tree [18]. Plants in this genus are notably susceptible to honey fungus [200]. Propagation: It is best to sow the seed in individual pots in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe if this is possible otherwise in late winter. A short stratification of 6 weeks at 4°c can improve the germination of stored seed [80]. Plant seedlings out into their permanent positions as soon as possible and protect them for their first winter or two [11]. Plants have a very sparse root system and the sooner they are planted into their permanent positions the better they will grow [K]. Trees should be planted into their permanent positions when they are quite small, between 30 and 90 cm [200]. We actually plant them out when they are about 5 - 10 cm tall. So long as they are given a very good weed-excluding mulch they establish very well [K]. Larger trees will check badly and hardly put on any growth for several years. This also badly affects root development and wind resistance [200]. Cuttings. This method only works when taken from very young trees less than 10 years old. Use single leaf fascicles with the base of the short shoot. Disbudding the shoots some weeks before taking the cuttings can help. Cuttings are normally slow to grow away [81].” - David More & John White: “It is a slow-growing pyramidal tree up to 25 m. In old age the top spreads unevenly. The bark is is smooth dark grey at first becoming deeply fissured between flat red-brown plates. The needles, in fives, are 7 - 9 cm long. The cones are quite unlike those of most other conifers. They do not open on the tree to shed the wingless seed. After 2 - 3 years the whole cone, a truncated 7 cm cylinder, falls to the ground and is eventually broken up, usually by animals. Many cultivated forms of Pinus cembra have been developed. (...) Growrh: 5-12-25. Hardiness: 70 %. Choice: 3. Wood: 2, 3.” -

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-- Pinus pinea / Stone Pine / Umbrella Pine / - Har ikke denne sorten enda. - Bartre. Ikke selv-fertil. - David More & John White: “The familiar sight of these domed evergreen trees along the north coast of the Mediterranean has given them their alternative name of Umbrella Pine. For centuries Stone Pines have been planted for their edible seeds. (Stone is a reference to the seed.) Roman invaders brought stone pine cones to Britain almost 2000 years ago. Artifical planting has been so extensive that the exact natural distribution is now uncertain. The stout cones 8 - 15 cm long take three years to ripen. Needles, in pairs, are around 12 cm long, slightly twisted and armed with a sharp tip. The short (3 - 4 cm) juvenile leaves, which occur singly like Douglas Fir (p. 2001), occur on young plants for five or six years. These are sold as Christmas ornaments. Growth: 3-10-20. Hardiness: 50 %. Choice: 1 (requires space). Wood: 3.” -

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-- Cymbopogon / - Familie: Gramineae. -

-- Cymbopogon citratus / Sitrongress / Citrongræs / - Staude. - Lesley Bremnes i boken ”Urter”: ”Dette aromatiske gresset har klumpete, svulmende stilker som blir til blad og forgrenete blomsteraks. Anvendelse: Den kulinariske stilken og bladet har utpreget sitronsmak. Bladte brukes ved magepine, diarë, hodepine, feber og influensa. Den er også antiseptisk. Den eteriske oljen anvendes i kosmetikk og mat og i aromaterapien til å bedre sirkulasjonen og muskelstyrken. Den antiseptiske oljen virker mot fotsopp og kviser, og i sprayform reduserer den luftbårna infeksjoner. Den nedre 10 - 15 cm lange delen av de purrelignende stilkene har den saftigste smaken. Voksested: Åpne, tropiske voksesteder med tørr jord; S-India, Sri Lanka.” - Fra frøposen til Lord Nelson: ”En flerårig plante i sitt hjemland India, der den vokser som et gress i store tuer på inntil 1, 5 meters høyde. Vi dyrker den som en kryddervekst til matlaging. Den nedre, 5 - 10 cm lange, grove delen av gressbladet, som anvendes til fisk og kjøttretter, har en sterk og frisk sitronsmak. Kan overvintre ved minst + 7 grader C og lyst.” -

-- Cymbopogon flexuosus / - Lesley Bremnes i boken ”Urter”: ”Leverer en litt annerledes sitrongressolje, Vervaines des Indes.” -

-- Cymbopogon martini / - Lesley Bremnes i boken ”Urter”: ”Leverer palmarosaolje med ingefærduft som det hevdes påskynder cellefornyelsesprosessen.” -

-- Cymbopogon nardus / Sitronelle / - Lesley Bremnes i ”Urter”: “Sitronelle er et grovt gress med sitronduftende stilker som brukes i tropisk matlaging. Den antiseptiske, deodoriserende, eteriske oljen har flere husholdningsmessige og kosmetiske bruksområder og den holder katter unna.” -

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-- 3 stk. klematis kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 15.10. 2004 -

-- 1:3 - Clematis alpina / - Blåfiolette blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 15.10. 2004, utplantet samme kveld inntil Låvebroens nordside (ca. midten). -

-- 2:3 - Clematis viticella? Södertälje? / - Rødfiolette blomster? - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 15.10. 2004, utplantet 17.10. 2004 -

-- 3:3 - Clematis tangutica / - Klatreplante. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster. Meget dekorative hvite, frøstander efter avblomstring. Ligner hårete hoder. Beskjæring: VI. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 15.10. 2004, utplantet 17.10. 2004 inntil Vedbuas nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Clematis tangutica / - Klatreplante. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Gule blomster. Meget dekorative hvite, frøstander efter avblomstring. Ligner hårete hoder. Beskjæring: VI. - 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 29.10. 2004, utplantet 30.10. 2004 ved husets nordvestre hjørne. -


-- Campanula persicifolia / Harebell / Storklocka / Perzikbladig klokje / Pfirischblattrige Glockenblume / Peach-leaved bellflower / Campanule a feuilles de pecher / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Kantplante. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 15.10. 2004, utplantet 17.10. 2004 -

-- Hypericum olympicum / Aarons-beard / Rose von Sharon / Olympisk johannesört / Hertshooi / Millepertuis à grandes fleurs / - Familie: Hypericaceae, syn.Guttiferae. Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Gyldengule blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Kantplante, bunndekkende. – 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 15.10. 2004, utplantet 17.10. 2004 -

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-- Gressløk / - 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Lysimachia punctata / Fagerfredløs / - 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Yucca / - 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

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-- Coreopsis lanceolata Sterntaler / Vakkerøye / Tickseed / Mädchenauge / Skønhedsøje / Flicköga / Isokaunosilmä / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. Gule blomster med øye. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 12.10. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Anemone Japonica-Hybride, rot / - Staude. Høyde: 60 - 80 cm. Blomstringstid: IX-XI. Rødrosa blomster. Halvskygge. Fra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Gehölzrand. Planteavstand: 40 cm. Dankbare, unentbehrliche Herbstblüher mit breiter Verwendungsmöglichkeit. Sie bevorzugen lockere, nährstoffreiche Humusböen. Eine Laubdecke im Winter ist sehr vorteilhaft.“ - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 50,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) Ebne Hagesenter Plantesalg i Ølen 12.10. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Physostegia virginiana Vivid / Virginialeddblomst / Obedient Plant / Gelenkblume / Drejeblomst / Drakmynta / Kellopeippi / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: IX-X. Sol. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 12.10. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Kniphofia uvaria Flamenco / Praktrakett / Fackellilja / Raketblomst / Tritoma / Red-hot poker / Fackellilie / - Staude. Høyde: 80 - 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 12.10. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 15.10. 2004 -

-- Aster novi-belgii Karminkuppel / Strandasters / Michaelmas daisy / Luktaster / Kleimeaster / Aster Haut D`Automne / New England aster / Rauhblattaster / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. Karminrøde blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m nord og 3, 5 - 4 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 12.10. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. - PFAF: ”Range: Eastern N. America. Naturalized in Britain [17] Habitat: Damp thickets, meadows and shores, usually within 100 miles of the sea [43, 187] (...) Cultivation details: Succeeds in most good garden soils[1], preferring one that is well-drained and moisture retentive [200]. Prefers a sunny position [200], but it also succeeds in partial shade [233]. Prefers a rich soil [1], but tolerates poor ones [233]. Plants are hardy to about -25°c [187]. A polymorphic species, there are many named varieties selected for their ornamental value [1]. Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus [200]. Plants need to be divided every few years, preferably in the spring, in order to keep the plant vigorous [187]. Most species in this genus seem to be immune to the predations of rabbits [233]. Attracts butterflies and moths, it is also a good bee plant providing nectar in autumn [30].” - Og 1 stk.utplantet ca. 2 m øst og 0, 5 m sør Vedbuas nø hjørne. -

-- Stokesia laevis / Blåklintsaster / Stokesia / Kornblumenaster / Stokesie / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 16.08. 2004 Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund, utplantet samme dag ca. - Og 1 stk. (kr. 10,- høstsalg) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 12.10. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Gaillardia aristata Kobold / Kokarde / Blanket Flower / Kokardenblume / Kokardblomster / Syyssädekukka / - Staude. Høyde: 35 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. (kr. 10,- høstsalg) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 12.10. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

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-- Monarda fistulosa Squaw / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Røde blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet - Og 2 stk. (kr. 10. pr. stk., høstsalg) kjøpt 12.10. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. - Og 1 stk. utplantet 20.04. 2005 ca. 5 m sør og 2 m øst for det gamle Flaggstangstativet. -

-- Monarda hybrid Squaw / Etasjemynte / Hestemynte / Temynta / Bergamot / Indianernessel / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Snittblomst. – 2 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, 1 stk. utplantet 05.05. 2004 et par m nordøst for det store gamle pæretreet. Og 1 stk. utplantet 08.05. 2004 ved vrihassel-treet ved Gudmund-dammen. -

-- Calamintha nepeta / Oljemynte / - 15.10. 2004 ca. sør for Snekkerbua. -

-- Asclepias tuberosa / - 15.10. 2004 ca. platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

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-- Oregano vulgare / - Flere stk. utplantet forskjellige steder 07.10. 2004, og noen stk. tidligere utplantet flere steder. -

-- Cuphea / - “The genus Cuphea belongs in the family Lythraceae, which makes them distant cousins of the Crape Myrtles. Other than giving me a chance to use a 4-syllable word, this tells you a lot about Cuphea and its production and landscape preferences. All Cuphea grow best in full sun and bloom best when in bright light. They tolerate low water situations and flower, for the most part, non-stop through the growing season. Some are slightly salt-tolerant, but most species are a bit sensitive to salt spray.” -

-- Cuphea hyssopifolia / Myrt / False Mexican Heather / - 1 stk. kr. 79,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 27.04. 2005 ca. 0, 5 n for det store gamle plommetreet. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Lyst, vannes og gjødsles regelmessig i vekstperioden. Blomstrer hele sommeren.” - ”Cuphe hyssopifola (False Mexican Heather) is one of the most commonly used annuals, renowned for its drought tolerance, constant show of color and ease of production. But this plant is only the tip of the iceberg for this group of really strong annual and occasionally perennial flowers.” - “Cuphea hyssopifola — The False Mexican Heathers, these are the backbone of the commercial greenhouse industry. It has dense, dark green foliage (1/4-1/2 inches), tiny white, pink, or lavender flowers and is tough as nails in the landscape. Easily grown, time from rooted liner to finished gallon is 6-8 weeks.” -

-- Cuphea x? / Krokbeger / Japansk myrt / - 1 stk. kr. 30,- med 4 rotede blomstrende stiklinger i en og samme lille potte kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 23.08. 2004, oppdelt i 4 og utplantet 24.08. 2004 i Aspargesbedet. Innkvarteres (evt. stiklinger?) i potte for vinteren? - Ifra merkelappen: ”Plasseres lyst og solrikt. Liker frisk luft. Bør stå kjølig om vinteren. Holdes ”. -

-- Lilium holandicum / - 3 stk. i samme potte kr. 25,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, med oransje blomster med mørke prikker i svelget, foreløbig satt inne i vinduskarmen (østsiden) - Ifra merkelappen: ”Lilje i potte. Plasseres gjerne kjølig og lyst. Kan plantes ut i hagen senere.” -

-- Cyclamen x? / Alpefiol / - 1 stk. særlig fin i fargen med rosa blomster med rødfiolett kr. 40,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt 04.10. 2004 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, foreløbig satt i vinduskarmen inne østsiden. Ifra merkelappen: ”Lyst og svalt uten direkte sol. Regelmessig gjødsling, vannes rikelig helst på skålen.” -

-- -Murraya x? / - Fam.: Rutaceae. - 1 stk. ”Murraya” - ikke Murraya paniculata (spissere, sitrusduftende blad) og ikke Murraya koenigii - kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, foreløbig satt i vinduskarmen inne nordsiden. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Skjermes delvis fra direkte sol. Holdes konstant fuktig. Dusjes ofte. Kan plantes ut.” - ”Murraya. Opprinnelse: Det forekommer 10 forskjellige arter Murraya i Malaysia.” - ”Vann: Hold den middels fuktig om sommeren og litt tørrere om vinteren. Gjødsling: I vekstperioden skal de gjødsles hver annen uke. Ompotting: Den beste blandingen består av like deler barnålskompost, gammel kumøkk og skarp sand eller perlite. Forny jorden hver vår, bruk plastpotter og sørg for god drenering. Formering: Friske frø spirer ved 30 grader Celsius, toppstiklinger slår rot under glass ved den samme temperaturen.” -

-- Prunus Fanal / - 1 stk. (Colt) kr. 279,- (minus 70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 nordøstre ende av eiendommen, ca. 3? m nord for Rørbekken. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Mørkerøde bær, sur, god som husholdningsfrukt, svært stor avling, selvfertil, sterk mot monilla. H5.” - Modner fra midten av august. Riktbærende. Treets vokseform: Opprett, middels stort tre. -

-- Santolina chamaecyparissus / Cypress lavender cotton / Garde robe / Heiligenbloem / Heiligenkraut / Grå helgonört / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 vestsiden av Vinduskarm drivbenken (nordvest for Pyrus Herrepære). -

-- Euphorbia cyparissias / Sypressvortemelk / Cushion spurge / Bunte Wolfsmilch / Cipreswolfsmelk / Euhorbe polychrome / Gulltörel / - Meget giftig, også berøring! Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Kantplante og bunndekke. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ved Pyrus Gråpære inntil bergvegg sørvest for Snekkerbua, sør for to stk. kastanjetrær. -

-- Lavandula angustifolia / Lavendel / Lavender / Lavande / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol. Kantplante. Snittblomst. Eviggrønn. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 Trampolineplassen. -

-- Thuja plicata Gelderland / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 ca. 2 m nord for dassdøren Fjøsbygningens nordside. -

-- Thuja plicata Gelderland / - 1 stk. ca. 0, 4 m kr. 59,- (minus 70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet 01.10. 2004 ca. 5? m sør for midten av Snekkerbuas sørside. - Kjegleform. Herdighet: H4. -


-- Laurbær / - 1 stk. ca. 1 m (og oppstammet) kr. 89,- (høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 03.11. 2004 ca. 10? m sør for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Chamaecyparis nootkatensis? x? / Nutkasypress / - Tre, eviggrønt bartre, lyst grønt bar. Høyde: 10 - 32 m? Bredde: 4 - 6 m? - 1 stk. ca. 15 cm høyt i svært så liten potte kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet -

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-- Cupressocyparis leylandii (Chamaecyparis nootkatensis x Cupressus macrocarpa) / Leyland Cypress / Leylandsypress / - 1 stk. grønn i baret kr. 139,- (minus 70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet (foreløbig) 05.10. 2004 ca. 4 m nord og 4 m vest for den store høye furustubben sørligst Trampolineplassen. Ifra merkelappen: ”Klippes en til to ganger i året. Passer godt i krukker og i vintergrønne bed. Ved klipping blir den ikke mye høyere. Salgsstr. 100 - 120 cm. H5.” - David More & John White “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Trees”: “The green forms are particulary large trees, over 36 m tall, which produce very durable timber.” -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ellwoodii / Lawson Cypress / - 1 stk. ca. 1 m kjøpt kr. 79,- (minus rabatt, salg) kjøpt 30.09. 2004, utplantet 01.10. 2004 ca. 6? m vest for Hønsehusets sørvestre hjørne, rett vest for tidligere utplantet Ellwoodii Gold der. - Smalt, søyleformet vintergrønt tre, kan bli mere enn 10 m høyt. -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Stardust? (litt de siste 3 - 4 bokstavene utydelige) / Lawson Cypress / - 1 stk. ca. 0,4 m kjøpt kr. 59,- (minus 70 % rabatt, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet inntil den store Bålplassen, vestsiden. -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Alumii / Lawson Cypress / Lawsons Falsecypress / - 1 stk. ca. 0, 4 m kjøpt kr. 59,- (minus 70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet - Kjegleformet vekst, blå nåler. H3-4. - Og 1 stk. ca. 1, 5 m kjøpt (høstsalg) Vea Hagesenter Karmøy 30.09. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. 8? m vest for den store Bålplassen -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Alumii? / 1 stk. (uten navnelapp) oppstammet ca. 1, 5 m kjøpt (høstsalg) Vea Hagesenter Karmøy 30.09. 2004, utplantet ca. 15.10. 2004 ca. 3? m vest og 2? m sør for Låvebroens sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Glauca / Nootka Falsecypress / Nootka Cypress / Blå Nutkasypress / - 1 stk. ca. 0, 6 m kjøpt kr. 179,- (minus 70 % rabatt, høstsalg) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet 15.10. 2004 ca. 8? m vest for den store Bålplassen - Ifra merkelappen: ”Høyde: 15 - 20 m. Tre. Tett kjegleformet med dekorative hengende smågreiner. Nøysom. Godt grøftet jord. H5. 40 - 50 cm." -

-- Chamaecyparis obtusa Draht / Dverg Solsypress / Hinoki Falsecypress / - 1 stk. kr. 179,- (minus 70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet (foreløbig?) ca. 2, 5 m øst for den store steinen i grunnen inntil Gudmund dammen. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 04.10. 2004 samme sted, utplantet (foreløbig?) ca. 4 m nord og 2 m øst for den store høye furustubben sørligst Trampolineplassen. Ifra merkelappen: ”Høyde: opptil 1 - 2 m. Lun plass. Lett, humusrik jord. Uregelmessig rund til bredt kjegleformet. Herdighet: H4. Salgsstr. 30 - 40 cm.” -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana? x? / - 1 stk. uten navnelapp ca. 30 cm. høy og meget smal, lys grønn og fin i baret, kjøpt høstsalg sept. - oktober 2004, utplantet ca. 4 m nord og 1 m øst for den store høye furustubben sørligst Trampolineplassen. -

-- Thuja occidentalis Yellow Ribbon / Gul søyletuja / - 1 stk. kr. 45,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Vea Hagesenter Karmøy 30.09. 2004, utplantet - Ifra merkelappen: ”Bred søyleformet vekst med varm, gul farge. Solrik vokseplass. Godt drenert jord, ellers nøysom. Ca. høyde: 3 - 5 m. Pl. avst. 1 - 3 m. Salgsstr. junior. H3-4.” -

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-- Lavandula stoechas Avenue / Sommerfugllavendel / - Potte med 3 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, ompottet 1 stk. 07.10. 2004 og samme dag 2 stk. utplantet sør for Snekkerbua. -

-- Rosmarin / - 1 stk. kjøpt oppstammet Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, ompottet 07. 10. 2004, utplantet -

-- Prunus persica Amsden, Fersken / - 1 stk. kr. 349,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Vea Hagesenter Karmøy 30.09. 2004, utplantet 01.10. 2004 i Urtesteingarden, nedenfor de andre ferskentrærne der, litt sørøst for det sørligste av de. - Ifra merkelapp 1: ”H1. Tre eller busk. Lite vinterherdig. Blomstrer svært tidlig. Selvfertile og modner i juli - august. Krever høy sommertemperatur. Varm vegg. Ca. høyde: 2 - 4 m. Pl. avst. 3 - 4 m.” -

-- Prunus persica Bonanza, Fersken / - 1 stk. ca. 1 m kr. 398,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Vea Hagesenter Karmøy 30.09. 2004, utplantet 01.10. 2004 sørøst for Snekkerbua. Dvs. ca. 3? m sør og 5 m øst for snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne. - Ifra merkelapp 1: ”Lite dvergtre som passer i krukker og lignende. Gir frukter som modner i august - september. Solrik, lun vokseplass. Salgsstr. co 5” –

-- Prunus persica Frøplante Nr. 1, Fersken / - 1 stk. spiret frem ca. 5 cm utplantet 30.06. 2006 i Kolonihagen ca. 1 m sør for nordre steinmuren. -

-- Prunus persica Frøplante Nr. 2, Fersken / - 1 stk. spiret frem ca. 5 cm priklet til annen potte 30.06. 2006. -

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-- Fothergilla major / Large Fothergilla / Trollbusk, Stor trollbusk / - 1 stk. kr. 399,- (minus 70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 20.09. 2004, utplantet 01.10. 2004 ca. 20? m nord for huset her. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Høyde: 1, 5 - 2 m. Pen, opprett busk med hvite blomster i tette ask. Duft. Humusrik varm jord. Herdighet: H6. Salgsstr. 50 - 60 cm.” - Løvfellende busk. Høyde: opptil ca. 4 m, og likså bred. Blomstringstid: IV-V. Flotte høstfarger i bladverket, som holder seg sent. Voksested: Sol, halvskygge. Nøysom, men mest vellykket i sol og i sur, fuktig, veldrenert, næringsrik jord. Herdighet: US zones 4 - 8. - Michael A. Dirr: “A magnificent shrub that offers superb flowers and foliage, in both summer and fall, as well as sun and shade tolerance. (...) Fothergillas do not have a bad season.” -

-- Aristolochia macrophylla / Aristolochia durior, Isotrema macrophyllum / Pipevine, Pipe Vine, Dutchmans Pipe / Pipeholurt / - 1 stk. tarvelig eks. kr. 429,- (minus 70 %, høstsalg) kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 27.09. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 ca. 1 m vest for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne, innmot sørveggen. - Ifra merkelappen: “Klatreplante med særs store blad og pipelignende frukter. God i skygge og liker god jord. C 2 Ranker.” - Klatreplante. Giftig. - PFAF: ”Range: Eastern N. America - Pennsylvania to Minnesota, Georgia, Tennessee and Kansas. Habitat: Moist, rich woodlands [200, 235]. Forests, often on dissected uplands and rugged, rocky slopes; Cumberland and Blue Ridge mountains at elevations of 50 - 1300 metres [270]. Physical Characteristics: Climber growing to 7 m at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 6. It is in flower from June to August, and the seeds ripen from September to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Flies. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very alkaline soil. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Dappled Shade. (...) Cultivation details: Prefers a well-drained loamy soil, rich in organic matter, in sun or semi-shade [1, 200], but succeeds in ordinary garden soil [134]. Plants are hardy to at least -10°c [200]. A fast-growing climbing plant, attaching itself by means of twining around other plants, it has been recommended for covering pergolas [200]. Most species in this genus have malodorous flowers that are pollinated by flies [200].” -

-- Laurbær / - 1 stk. 299,- kr. (minus 70 %, høstsalg) ca. 1 m kjøpt oppstammet Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, ompottet 01.10. 2004 og 07.10. 2004 og utplantet 03.11. 2004 ca. 12? m sør for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Lamarksøtmispel / - 6 stk. (kr. 29,- pr. stk. minus 50 % rabatt, høstsalg) kjøpt 30.09. 2004 Grønt Miljø Karmøy, utplantet alle 01.10. 2004. -

-- Aronia x? / Svartsurbær / - 1 stk. (uten navnelapp) kjøpt Vea Hagesenter Karmøy 30.09. 2004, utplantet 01.10. 2004 ca. 10? m nord for huset her. -

-- Lavandula angustifolia / Lavendel / - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 30.09. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 Trampolineplassen. -

-- Callicarpa bodinieri / Bodinier Beautyberry / Kinesisk Glassperlebusk / - Michael A. Dirr ”Dirrs Hardy Trees and Shrubs - An Illustrated Encyclopedia” 17. printing 2003: “From a landscape point of wiew, I do not see great differences between this species and Callicarpa japonica, Japanese Beautyberry. The habit is erect, loose, and somewhat unkempt. Admittedly, the rich magenta-lilac fruit are lovely. The fruiting clusters are much more open and loose than those of either Callicarpa americana or Callicarpa dichotoma. Leaf color is a dull dark green, and on occasion, the leaves turn pinkish purple in fall. Culture and care are similar to that of the previous species. Grows 6 to 10 ft. high and wide. US zones (5) 6 to 8. China.” -

-- Callicarpa bodinieri Profusion / Bodinier Beautyberry / Kinesisk Glassperlebusk, Glassbær (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 149,- (minus 50 %, høstsalg) kjøpt 30.09. 2004 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, Karmøy, Norge, tlf. 52 82 44 08), utplantet 01.10. 2004 i skråningen ved Rørbekken i nordøstre ende av eiendommen, få m ifra nordsiden av Rørbekken. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Vokser rett opp og har på høsten og vinteren stor prydverdi, lysende lillafargede bær samlet i ringer rundt grenene. H2. Salgsstr. 50 - 60 cm.” - Michael A. Dirr ”Dirrs Hardy Trees and Shrubs - An Illustrated Encyclopedia” 17. printing 2003: “Profusion is a Dutch selection with 1/6 in. diameter, violet fruit that occur in clusters of 30 to 40. Fruit are more abundant, even on young plants.” -

-- Callicarpa bodinieri Profusion / Kinesisk Glassperlebusk, Glassbær (N) / Bodinier Beautyberry / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 178,- Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 14 m vest for Hønsehusets sørvestre hjørne, inntil berget (steinen) der. - Fra merkelappen: ”Høyde: 1, 5 - 2 meter. Tett opprett vekst. Lillarosa blomster. Flotte lilla bær om høsten. Særdeles dekorative å ta inn i vase, holder lenge. Side: A69.” -

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-- Calamintha nepeta / Oljemynte, Bergmynte / Stenkyndel / Stor bakkemynte / Clinopode / Calamint / Steinquendel / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kr. 10,- (høstsalg) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 28.09. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 ca. 3 m vest for gullregn steinfjellbedet øst for Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Tyrkerhassel / - 3 stk. hjemkjørt 28.09. 2004 til oppbevaring (til våren 2005) for Etne Hagesenter i Etne. De har alle vokst svært så minimalt i år, bladene er meget små og kan omtrent telles på fingrene, så det spørs om mangelen på vekst og avmodning gjør de i stand til å overvintre? Utplantet (altså midlertidig) 1 stk. 07.10. 2004 ca. 8? m sør for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Hortensia x? / ”Hortensia busk” / - Hvite blomster med rosa skjær. - 1 stk. fått ifra Etne Hagesenter i Etne 28.09. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 ca. 15? m vest for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Aronia Aron / - 1 stk. (kr. 20,- ”hekk-kvalitet”) kjøpt 28.09. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet 29.09. 2004 ca. 2? m vest for nordvestre hjørnet til den store steinen i grunnen inntil Gudmund dammen. -

-- Echinacea purpurea / - 1 stk. kjøpt 28.09. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet 29.09. 2004 ca. 3? m øst for sørøstre hjørnet til den store steinen i grunnen inntil Gudmund dammen. -

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-- Coreopsis verticillata / Høstøye / Höstöga / Sea dahlia / Wenzenblume / Meisjesogen / Leptosyne / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Gule blomster. Sol. -1 stk. kr. 39,- minus 50% kjøpt 28.09. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet 29.09. 2004 ca. 3? m øst for sørøstre hjørnet til den store steinen i grunnen inntil Gudmund dammen. -

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-- Helenium hybrid / - 1 stk. med gule blomster kjøpt 28.09. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet 29.09. 2004 ca. 4? m sør for sørøstre hjørnet til den store steinen i grunnen inntil Gudmund dammen. -

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Asiatisk (ifra Thailand / Vietnam / Kina / etc.) kjøpt i Bergen (Asia-butikk) 06.09. 2004:

-- Evighetsrør / - 3 stk. kjøpt i Bergen (Asia-butikk) 06.09. 2004. Satt i ”vase” med vann ute foreløbig. -

-- Yamsrot xx? / - 2 stk. ”Yamsrot” kjøpt i Bergen (Asia-butikk) 06.09. 2004, begge utplantet ca. 12.10. 2004 ca. 1 m ifra midten av sørsiden av huset her. -

-- Ca. 10? stk. Taro småknoll kjøpt i Bergen (Asia-butikk) 06.09. 2004. Ble ute her hjemme pottet i jord få dager efterpå - og de fleste eller alle? oppspist av ivrige og iherdige moskusender som synes som å like taro særlig godt, uten å koke taroen først). -

-- Ca. 8? stk. Taro storknoll kjøpt i Bergen (Asia-butikk) 06.09. 2004. Ble ute her hjemme pottet i jord få dager efterpå - og de fleste eller alle? nokså fort efterpå oppspist av ivrige og iherdige moskusender som synes som å like taro særlig godt, uten å koke taroen først. -

-- x stk. små løk, fiolette kjøpt i Bergen (Asia-butikk) 06.09. 2004. Ble ute her hjemme pottet i jord få dager efterpå, men de fleste eller alle nokså umiddelbart fort efterpå oppspist! av moskusendene! -

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-- Origanum vulgare ssp. hirtum / Origanum x applei / Gresk bergmynte, Gresk oregano / Origanum heracleoticum, Origanum creticum; O. heraclecticum; O. hirtum / - 1 stk. liten potte med ca. 8 småplanter (trolig ifra frø i år) kjøpt Helios Bergen 06.09. 2004, ompottet (priklet) til nye potter 09.09. 2004, utplantet flere av de i Aspargesbedet og Steinfjellbedet ca. 12.10. 2004. - ”Middels hardfør, flerårig. Høyde: 23 cm, bredde 30 cm. Små rosa blomster. Meget små, aromatiske blader som under gode forhold er tilgjengelige hele året. Den er en fin potteplante.” -

-- Satureja hortensis / Sommersar, Vanlig sar, Bønneurt, Fattigmannspepper, Bondepepper / - Utplantet - ”1-årig, middels hardfør. Høyde: 20 - 30 cm, bredde 15 cm. Får små hvite / gråfiolette blomster om sommeren. Aromatiske blader, avlange, spisse, grønne. En yndlingsurt på det europeiske fastland og i Amerika, der den kalles bønneurt. Mye brukt i bønneretter, for den hjelper mot oppblåsthet.” -

-- Satureja montana / Vintersar / - Delvis eviggrønn, hardfør, flerårig halvbusk. Høyde 15 cm, bredde 20 cm. Får små hvite / rosa blomster om sommeren. Bladene er mørkegrønne, lineære og meget aromatiske.” - 1 stk. liten potte med ca. 8 småplanter (trolig ifra frø i år) kjøpt Helios Bergen 06.09. 2004, ompottet (priklet) til nye potter 09.09. 2004, utplantet flere av de i Aspargesbedet og Steinfjellbedet ca. 12.10. 2004. - ”De sterkt aromatiske bladene på denne eviggrønne halvbusken er smale og spisse, og planten bærer ørsmå blomster. Sommersar (Satureja hortensis) og vintersar (Satureja montana) har en krydret, pepperaktig smak som opprinnelig er brukt til smakstilsetning i ørret, salami, pepperrotsaus og vin. Sar er gunstig for slanking og fordøyelse av vanskelig mat. Sarblad, særlig de på vanlig sar, får smaken frem i alle bønneretter og forbedrer til og med hermetiserte og frosne bønner.De astingerende, antiseptiske blomsterknoppene brukes i gurglevann og damping av fet ansiktshud. Knuste blad lindrer vonde, hovne bistikk.” -

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-- Euonymus turcestania? / - 1 stk. fått gave Gimle Planteskole 06.09. 2004, utplantet 12.09. 2004 ca. 4 m nord og 4 m vest for nordøstre hjørnet til den store steinen i grunnen til Gudmunddammen. - Krypende busk. Synes meg i efterhånd som meget spennende, hvis den er som jeg tror. Kanskje den blir som bølgende krøller inn ifra landskapet, ifra hjørner og innsider, ifra Vinbergets knær? Kanskje den også vil være behjelpelig med å berede stier og veier i landskapet? Og med å være støtte og stativ for andre fine vekster kanskje? Skal være meget interessant å finne ut nærmere av. Jeg finner enda ikke noen som helst informasjon om denne veksten noen steder. -

-- Leycesterina formosa / Himalayan honeysuckle, Himalayan-honeysuckle / - 1 stk. (befengt med mye midd, dog…) kjøpt kr. 100,- Gimle Planteskole (i Nordheimsund) 06.09. 2004, utplantet 09.09. 2004 ca. 9 m nord og 3 m øst for Husets nordvestre hjørne, i den fuktige svarte jorden der. - PFAF: “Range: E. Asia - China to the Himalayas. An occasional garden escape in Britain. Habitat: Scrub and shady forests, often by streams, to 3000 metres [51]. Epithets: formosa = beautiful. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 2.5 m by 2.5 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7. It is in flower from June to September, and the seeds ripen from October to November. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit? - one unconfirmed report said that the fruit is edible. It has a very bitter taste and is not very desirable, though the birds love it [K]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: Musical. The hollow stems can be made into whistles and flutes [146, 158]. Cultivation details: Succeeds in most fertile soils, preferably of a woodland nature [1, 11]. In Britain it grows better in full sun than in shade [11]. Tolerates limy soils [200]. Tolerates urban pollution, maritime conditions and windswept locations [200], though not full maritime exposure [K]. This species is hardy to -15°c [184], it can be cut to the ground in severe winters but usually resprouts from the base [200]. The flowers, which are delicately scented, are borne at the end of the current season's growth [245]. Birds, especially pheasants (rlh: fasaner), are very fond of the fruit [11, 182]. Plants frequently self-sow when growing in suitable conditions [182]. Plants do not normally need pruning though weak shoots can be cut back to ground level in the spring in order to encourage more vigorous growth [188]. Propagation: Seed - best sown in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in late autumn [78]. Very easy when done this way [11], it germinates in the spring. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and plant them out in the summer or following spring. Stored seed requires a period of cold stratification and can take more than a year to germinate. Sow it as soon as possible in a cold frame. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 7 - 10 cm with a heel, July / August in a frame. Plant out in spring. Good percentage [78]. Cuttings of mature wood, 20 - 25 cm with a heel, planted in open ground in October / November. Good percentage [78]. Cuttings of greenwood in spring in a frame [1]. Division in autumn [200]. Very simple, plant the divisions out direct into their permanent positions. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The flowers are delicately scented.“ –

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-- Lantana x? / - Busk? Tåler (i følge merkelappen) ikke frost. Oransje blomster. - Fikk 2 stk. blomstrende og med bær (umodne grønne og mere modne svartblå - antagligvis giftige bær!) nesten meterhøye og nesten meterbrede eks. ifra Etne Hagesenter i Etne 24.08. 2004, utplantet begge ca. 12.10. 2004 platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Much light, tolerates direct sunlight. Keep the soil sufficiently moist and regularly add a fertilizer.Very well suited as a containeplant for terrace or balcony, or as a garden-plant in the border. If necessary, cut long shoots and remove faded flowers. Not frost hardy. For decoration only. Do not consume.” -

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-- Cotula dioicea / Leptinella dioicea / - Staude. Bunndekkende. - 1 stk. kjøpt (salg) 08. 2004, utplantet - “Leptinella (Cotula) squalida: 022-001 Leptinella (Cotula) squalida A small creeping perennial with feathered foliage. Nadine recommends this for use as a moss substitute where summer drought makes it difficult to keep moss attractive. Late spring to early summer bloom 4-6 in. x” - “Leptinella squalida 'Platt's Black' Compositae / Asteraceae Habitat: open, sunny position or raised bed Height: 5 cm Flowering: early summer Soil: gritty, well drained Also called Cotula. ... Cotula. These plants form flat mats of small, divided leaves, decorated with button daisies with amazing colour schemes. Leptinella squalida ...” - ”... Paving crevices; Gravel gardens; Evergreen. Cotula. Height: 5-10 cm (2-4") ... General Information: Evergreen. C. squalida. Brass Buttons. C. squalida ...” - ”... Leptinella squalida. Perennial Ground Cover. Bloom Time / Color. Cotula. Zone. 5 ...” - ”Leptinella potentillina: Compositae / Asteraceae Habitat: open, sunny position or raised bed Height: 5 cm Flowering: early summer Soil: gritty, well drained Also called Cotula. ... Cotula. These plants form flat mats of small, divided leaves, decorated with button daisies with amazing colour schemes. Leptinella squalida ...” -

-- Cotula squalida / Krypkotula (N) / -

--- Fuksia inn-registreres - Utplantet 2003 ca. 4 m øst og 1 m nord for den store kristtornen oppi skråningen rett vest for inngangsdøren til huset her. -

-- stripegress avleggere (ifra flyttelasset ifra Høylandet) utplantet 08. 2004 vestsiden (begge hjørner) av Hønsehuset og noen meter sør for Gudmund-dammen. Fra før av i 2004 avleggere også utplantet -

--- Ruta graveolens / Vinrute / plantes. -

--- Valnøtt frøplanten spiret 2004 utplantet 21.07. 2004 ca. 20 m ? sørvest for den store Bålplassen. -

--- Av de 200 rosene innskrives -

--- Elaeagnus pungens Maculata oppsummeres / innskrives -

--- Frø & Så - ilag med Arne Ødegård høsten 2004 tilrettelegges! -

--- planteskolen utplantes -

--- utplante / omplante / gjødsle tranebær & gaultheria & blåskolm ? -

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-- Olea europana var. europana? / Oliventre, Oljetre (N) / Olive / Olivo / Zaytoon / Zeytin Agaci / - Eviggrønt tre. 8 - 10 m. Solrik, veldrenert, varm vokseplass. - 1 stk. nesten 1 m oppstammet kjøpt kr. 99,- Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 23.08. 2004, ompottet efterpå og får stå ute i potten på platået sørøst for Snekkerbua. Og 01.10. 2004 utplantet der, ca. 2, 5? m sør og 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne. - Og 1 stk. ca. 1 m oppstammet kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg = ca. kr. 85,-) Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 25.10. 2004, utplantet efterpå innmot sørsiden av platået den store Bålplassen. - RLH, 02.01. 2005: Begge de to oliventrærne har nu mistet omtrent alle bladene i løpet av tiden som har gått og været som har vært siden utplanting. - More & White: ”The fragrant racemes of white cruciform flowers occur in late summer. Purple black olives with glossy skins are then produced in abundance. (...) Growth: 2-6-8. Hardiness: 0 - 10 %. Choice: 1, 3. Wood: 1.” - PFAF: ”Range: S. Europe - Mediterranean. Habitat: Woods and scrub in dry rocky places [50]. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen tree growing to 10 m by 8 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 8. It is in leaf all year, in flower from August to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Wind. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar 'Mission': Woodland, Secondary, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar 'El Greco': Woodland, Secondary, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Edible Uses: Condiment; Fruit; Leaves; Manna; Oil. Olive fruits are widely used, especially in the Mediterranean, as a relish and flavouring for foods. The fruit is usually pickled or cured with water, brine, oil, salt or lye [2, 3, 4, 89, 183]. They can also be dried in the sun and eaten without curing when they are called 'fachouilles' [183]. The cured fruits are eaten as a relish, stuffed with pimentos or almonds, or used in breads, soups, salads etc [183]. 'Olives schiacciate' are olives picked green, crushed, cured in oil and used as a salad [183]. The fruit contains 20 - 50µ vitamin D per 100g [74]. The fruit is up to 4 cm long [200]. The seed is rich in an edible non-drying oil, this is used in salads and cooking and, because of its distinct flavour, is considered a condiment [4, 46, 57, 89, 171, 183]. There are various grades of the oil, the finest (known as 'Extra Virgin') is produced by cold pressing the seeds without using heat or chemical solvents [238]. The seed of unpalatable varieties is normally used and this oil has the lowest percentage of acidity and therefore the best flavour [238]. Other grades of the oil come from seeds that are heated (which enables more oil to be expressed but has a deleterious effect on the quality) or from using chemical solvents on seed that has already been pressed for higher grades of oil. Olive oil is mono-unsaturated and regular consumption is thought to reduce the risk of circulatory diseases [238]. The seed contains albumen, it is the only seed known to do this [7]. Leaves [2]. No more details are given. An edible manna is obtained from the tree [183]. Medicinal Uses: Antipruritic; Antiseptic; Astringent; Bach; Cholagogue; Demulcent; Emollient; Febrifuge; Hypoglycaemic; Laxative; Sedative. The oil from the pericarp is cholagogue, a nourishing demulcent, emollient and laxative [4, 21, 240]. Eating the oil reduces gastric secretions and is therefore of benefit to patients suffering from hyperacidity [238]. The oil is also used internally as a laxative and to treat peptic ulcers [4, 238]. It is used externally to treat pruritis, the effects of stings or burns and as a vehicle for liniments [4, 21]. Used with alcohol it is a good hair tonic and used with oil of rosemary it is a good treatment for dandruff [4, 21]. The oil is also commonly used as a base for liniments and ointments [21]. The leaves are antiseptic, astringent, febrifuge and sedative [4, 21]. A decoction is used in treating obstinate fevers, they also have a tranquillising effect on nervous tension and hypertension [4, 238]. Experimentally, they have been shown to decrease blood sugar levels by 17 - 23% [240]. Externally, they are applied to abrasions [238]. The bark is astringent, bitter and febrifuge [4, 240]. It is said to be a substitute for quinine in the treatment of malaria [240]. In warm countries the bark exudes a gum-like substance that has been used as a vulnerary [4]. The plant is used in Bach flower remedies - the keywords for prescribing it are 'Complete exhaustion' and 'Mental fatigue' [209]. We have a more details factsheet on nutritional and health benifits of this plant. Email webmaster@pfaf.org for details. Other Uses: Dye; Hair; Oil; Soil stabilization; Wood. The non-drying oil obtained from the seed is also used for soap making, lighting and as a lubricant [21, 46, 89]. The oil is a good hair tonic and dandruff treatment [21]. Maroon and purple dyes are obtained from the whole fresh ripe fruits [168]. Blue and black dyes are obtained from the skins of fresh ripe fruits [168]. A yellow / green dye is obtained from the leaves [168]. Plants are used to stabilize dry dusty hillsides [200]. Wood - very hard, heavy, beautifully grained, takes a fine polish and is slightly fragrant. It is used in turnery and cabinet making, being much valued by woodworkers [4, 7, 46, 100]. Cultivation details: Easily grown in a loamy soil [1] and tolerating infertile soils [200], it prefers a well-drained deep fertile soil [200]. A drought resistant plant once established, it succeeds in dry soils [200]. Requires a sunny position [3]. Tolerates salty air [59]. Plants are slow-growing and very long-lived [188]. The olive is very commonly cultivated in Mediterranean climates for its edible seed, there are many named varieties [132, 183]. Trees can produce a crop when they are 6 years old and continue producing a commercial yield for the next 50 years [200] - many trees continue to give good yields for hundreds of years, even when their trunk is hollow [4]. They succeed outdoors in the milder areas of Britain [11], though plants rarely produce fruit when grown in this country [4, 182, 200], preferring warm temperate regions with mild moist winters and hot dry summers [200]. Some reports say that trees often fruit in south-western England [11, 59]. Generally, older trees are hardy to about -10°c [3, 200]. They require the protection of a south facing wall when grown in the London area [11]. At least some cultivars are self-fertile [200]. Some cultivars have been selected mainly for their fruits whilst others have been selected for their oil [200]. 'Mission' is grown for its edible fruits. It is vigorous, prolific and very cold resistant [200]. 'Moraiolo' is grown for its oil, it is very hardy and strong-growing [200]. Flower production depends on a 12 - 15 week period of diurnally fluctuating temperatures with at least 2 months averaging below 10°c [200]. Pruning can encourage non-fruiting water-shoots [200]. Weighing down or arching the branches can encourage fruiting [200]. The plants fruit best on wood that is one year old so any pruning should take this into account [238]. An olive branch is a traditional symbol of peace [148], laurel leaves were used by the ancient Greeks to crown winners of the Olympic games [4]. Plants have male flowers and bisexual flowers [200]. Propagation: Seed - sow late winter in a shady position in a greenhouse [78]. Home produced seed should be given a period of cold stratification first [78]. Where possible, it is best to sow the seed as soon as it is ripe in a greenhouse in the autumn. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter, perhaps for their first 2 - 3 winters. Plant them out into their permanent positions in early summer and give them some protection from winter cold for at least their first winter outdoors [K]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 5 - 10 cm with a heel, July / August in a frame. Good percentage [78]. Cultivars: - 'Moraiolo' - Grown mainly for the oil obtained from its fruit, this cultivar is very hardy and strong-growing [200]. - 'Mission' - The medium-size oval fruit is freestone, it has a firm but very bitter flesh and ripens rather late [183]. It is good for pickling and for oil [183]. It is of average oil content and is widely grown for producing cold-pressed olive oil [183]. A vigorous, prolific and very cold resistant cultivar [200], tolerating lower temperatures than most other cultivars [183]. - 'El Greco' - This is the cultivar most commonly available in Britain [K]. It has been selected for its heavy and reliable cropping and good oil content. One of the earliest bearing olives, it produces good-size small stoned fruits [183].” -

-- Centranthus ruber Coccineus / Sporebaldrian / Sporeblomst / Red Valerian / Rode Valeriaan / Spornblume / Valeriana Rouge / Pipört, Flerårig Pipört / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VIII. Sol. Rødrosa blomster. Snittblomst? - 1 stk. ca. 1 m kjøpt 23.08. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet formiddagen 24.08. 2004 i skråningen nederst mot husets nordvestre hjørne. Like inntil en annen Cenranthus ruber utplantet 2003. -

-- Centranthus ruber Pretty Betsy / Sporebaldrian / Red Valerian / Rode Valeriaan / Spornblume / Valeriana Rouge / Pipört, Flerårig pipört / Sporeblomst / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VIII. Sol. Rødrosa blomster. Snittblomst? - 1 stk. kjøpt høstsalg 10. 2004, utplantet -

-- Sedum telephium Matrona / Evigbergknapp / Stonecrop / Sct. Hansurt / Kärleksört / Maksaruoho / Fetthenne / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII-IX. Sol. Hvitrosa blomster? Snittblomst. - 1 stk. ca. 1 m kjøpt 23.08. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet 24.08. 2004 nordvest for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

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-- Campanula calycanthema / Mariaklokke / Cup and Saucer / - 2-årig. -

-- Campanula medium / Marieklokke / Canterbury bells / - 2-årig. -

-- Campanula versicolorl / - Staude. - Har enda ikke denne! -

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-- Acer xx? / Lønn / - 1 stk. årsgammel småvokst frøplante utplantet ca. 26.07. 2004 sørvestre hjørnet av den store Bålplassen. RLH, 12.10. 2004: Flyttet ca. 8? m vest 12.10. 2004. -

-- Acer xx? / Lønn / - 1 stk. årsgammel småvokst frøplante enda pr. 14.08. 2004 i potte ute. -


-- Rips ifra Holgeir og Irene / - Rips ifra Holgeir og Irene sådd kvelden 15.08. 2004 i Vinduskarmdrivbenken nordvest for Pyrus Herrepære. -

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-- Løvstikke / - 12 stk. småplanter ifra frø 2004, utplantet 13.08. 2004 i ca. 6 m rekke nord sør ca. (nordenden) 8 m vest og 1 m nord for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne. -


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-- Hesperis matronalis / Nattfiol, Fruefiol / Natviol / - ”En smuk plante med rosa blomster til bedet. Dufter om aftenen.” -

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-- Solenostemon scutellarioides / Tidligere latinsk navn Coleus blumei / Palettblad (N) / Paletblad (DK) / Black Dragon / Spragle? (N) / -.”Kan dyrkes som udplantningsplante eller som potteplante indendørs. Denne sort har vinrøde blade med mørk bølget kant.” -

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-- Dianthus plumarius / Cheddar Pink / Grasanjer / Federnelke / Oeillet mignardise / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VIII. Sol. Rødlige blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. uten navnelapp kjøpt 09.08. 2004 Ebne Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet samme dag i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Dianthus x? / Nellik / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstringstid: Sol. Hvite, fylte blomster. - 1 stk. uten navnelapp kjøpt 09.08. 2004 Ebne Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet samme dag i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Thymus citriodorus / Sitrontimian / Citrontimian / Citrontimjan / Thyme / Zitronenthymian / Thym panache dore / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. - 1 stk. uten navnelapp kjøpt 09.08. 2004 Ebne Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet samme dag henimot østsiden i Aspargesbedet. -

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-- Lilje x? / - 1 stk. kjøpt (kr. 10,- restsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 04.08. 2004, utplantet 05.08. 2004 ca. 1 m øst og 2 m nord for (søndre) sønøstre enden platået til huset. -

-- Astrantia major / Stjerneskjerm / Stjerneskærm / Stjärnflocka / Masterwort / Grosse Sterndolde / Isotähtiputki / - Staude: Høyde: 60 cm. Sol, halvskygge. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Blomsterfarve: Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (kr. 10,- restsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 04.08. 2004, utplantet 05.08. 2004 ved Rosa Bernstein (eller Rosa Amber Queen?) sørøst for Snekkerbua. -

-- Astilbe japonica-hybrid Mainz / Astilbe / Japanspir / False Goats Beard / Silverastilbe / Prachtspiere / Japaninjaloangervo / - Staude: Høyde: 50 cm. Sol, halvskygge. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Blomsterfarve: Rødlig. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt (kr. 10,- restsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 04.08. 2004, utplantet 05.08. 2004 ca. 1, 2 m nordvest for pæretreet Herrepære sørøst for huset her. -

-- Salvie x / Muskatsalvie / Stäppsalvia / Muskatellersalbei / Salvia / Sauge Sclaree / - Staude: Høyde: 80 - 100 cm. Sol, halvskygge. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Blomsterfarve: Rosaaktig. - 1 stk. kjøpt (kr. 10,- restsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 04.08. 2004, utplantet -

-- Salvia nemorosa Blaukönigin / Steppesalvie / Stäppsalvia / Sauge / Sage / Salbei / - Staude: Høyde: 40 cm. Sol. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Blomsterfarve: Fiolett, mørkt blå. - 1 stk. kjøpt (kr. 10,- restsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 04.08. 2004, utplantet -

-- Lupinus polyphyllus Schlossfrau / Blomsterlupin / Hagelupin / Lupin / Zwerglupine / Kirjolupini / - Staude: Høyde: 80 cm. Sol, halvskygge. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Blomst farve: Rosa. - 1 stk. i dårlig forfatning kjøpt (kr. 10,- restsalg) Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 04.08. 2004, utplantet noen dager senere sørvestre ende av Trampolineplassen. -

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-- Rips x / - 1 stk. (ifra Grimstad Planteskole) kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 03.08. 2004 ca. 11 m sør for den store Bålplassens sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Rips, Hvit x / - 1 stk. (ifra Grimstad Planteskole?) kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 03.08. 2004 ca. 8 m sør for den store Bålplassens sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Snittblomst. Gule blomster med mørk midte. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag ca. 1, 5 m nord og 3, 5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 24.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme kvelden ca. 1 m øst og 1 m sør for Vedbuas nordøstre hjørne. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 31.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme kvelden ca. 2? m sørøst for sørøstre hjørnet til den store steinen inntil Gudmunddammen. -

-- Yucca filamentosa / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Hvite blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag ca. 1 m vest for Aspargesbedet. -

-- Lotus corniculatus / Vanlig tiriltunge / Birds foot / Hornklee / Kællingetand / Käringtand / Lotier / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. Gule blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag ca. 2, 2 m øst og 2, 2 m nord for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Lysimachia clethroides / Hvit fredløs, Hvitfredløs, Kvitfredløs (N) / Vitlysing / Japansk fredløs / Lysimaque / Loosestrife / Felberich / - Staude. Høyde. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Hvite blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag ca. 4 m øst og 2 m nord for husets nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Lythrum salicaria / Strandkattehale / Kattehale / Purple Loosestrife / Fackelblomster / (Pohjan) Rantakukka / Blutweiderich / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Rødlige blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag. ca. 2 m nord og 5, 5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Phlox paniculata Mia Ruys / Høstfloks / Phlox panicule / Høstflox / Höstflox / - Staude. Høyde: 60 - 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Hvite blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m nord og 4, 5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Coreopsis verticillata Zagreb / Vakkerøye / Tickseed / Mädchenauge / Krans-skønhedsøje / Höstöga / Syyskaunosilmä / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. Gule blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

-- Helianthemum hybrid Rasberry Ripple / Hagesolrose / Rock rose / Sonnenröschen / Soløje / Solvända / Heliantheme hybrie / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VII. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

-- Calamintha nepeta / Oljemynte, Bergmynte / Stor bakkemynte / Bjergmynte / Stenkyndel / Calamint / Steinquendel / Clinopode / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet ca. 1 m øst for østsiden av store komposthaugen østsiden av huset her (nedfor steinmurplatået til huset). Og 1 stk. kr. 15,- (salg) kjøpt samme sted 24.08. 2004, utplantet ved siden av (ca. 20 cm sør for) den forrige. -

-- Dryas suendermannii / Hybridreinrose / Rypelyng / Hybrid fjällsippa / Dryade / Dryas / Silberwurz / Nederlandse naam: Achtster / - Staude. Høyde: 10 - 25 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-VII. Sol. Hvite blomster med gul midte. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet - ”This plant has in the system Hansen / Mussel used for describing perennials the following code : 4.7.1.4 Explanation of the first digit : General location : ROCK GARDEN. Plants originating from mountainous areas. In the garden used as a ground-cover, between rocks, loose brick walls or in alpine gardens. Explanation of the second digit : Specific demands of the plant : Prants for a rich, gritty soil. Explanation of the third digit : Where to put : To be planted in small groups or solitary, moist soil. Explanation of the fourth digit : Other characteristics : Does not sucker much, combines well with other plants.” -

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Dryas (Dry’as)

DESCRIPTION: This group consists of two hardy, creeping plants native to North America, Europe and Asia. Commonly known as Mountain Avens, these dwarf perennials are suitable for growing in the rock garden, scree, over paving, and the top of stone walls. They have crinkled, evergreen, oak-like, glossy dark green leaves that are grayish-green underneath. D. octopetala (Mount Washington Dryad) is a mat-forming variety that produces tons of cup-shaped, white flowers centered with golden yellow stamens. Each flower grows atop a 3-inch stalk and is clasped by long, green sepals. The flowers are produced from late spring to early summer and are followed by silky tassels of seed heads that change to balls of fuzz. D. suendermannii (Suendermann Dryad) has larger, more erect leaves and white, nodding flowers in late spring or early summer.


POTTING: Mountain Avens should be grown in equal parts of loam and peat or leaf mold with crushed lime rubble added. These plants flower the best and are more compact if the are grown in poor, gravelly, but moist soil.


PROPAGATION: Cuttings may be inserted in flats of sandy soil in the summer, or seeds may be sown in light, finely sifted soil in the spring. The cuttings or seeds should be placed in a cold frame.


VARIETIES: D. octopetala; D. suendermannii.

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DRYAS suendermannii
(Varenr. 46-191)
Rypelyng - Kan blive 15 cm - Blomsterfarve: hvid - Blomstringsmåneder: maj - juni - Plantested: sol - Pottestr. 10 cm. eller større.

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+ som Stauda og Gudmund fant i ”komposthaugen” der:

-- Begonia x? / - Staude. Ikke hardfør. Høyde: Blomstringstid: Blomst: Rosa, fylt. - Stauda og Gudmund fant i ”komposthaugen” 02.08. 2004 utenfor Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet i stor potte 05.08. 2004. -

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-- Lamarksøtmispel / - 5 stk. kjøpt Grønt Miljø Karmøy 29.07. 2004, utplantet - Og 3 stk. kjøpt 20.10. 2004 samme sted, utplantet 23.10. 2004 - Og 1 stk. gitt til Jens Tveit i Vikebygd ca. 11. 2004. -

-- Malva moschata / Moskuskattost / Moskuskatost / Myskmalva / Mallow / Moschusmalve / Mauve / - Staude. Høyde: 40 - 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-IX. Rosa blomster. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt Grønt Miljø Karmøy 29.07. 2004, utplantet 30.07. 2004 ca. 1, 5 m nord og 5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Echinacea purpurea / Purpursolhatt / Purpur-solhat / Röd Rudbeckia / Punahattu / Coneflower / Sonnenhut / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII-IX. Sol. Rosarøde blomster. Snittblomst. / - 2 stk. kjøpt 24.08. 2004, 1 av 2 utplantet samme kvelden i Aspargesbedet, den andre like utenfor nordvestre hjørnet. -

-- Echinacea purpurea Magnus / Purpursolhatt / Purpur-solhat / Röd Rudbeckia / Punahattu / Coneflower / Sonnenhut / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII-IX. Sol. Rosarøde blomster. Snittblomst. / - 1 stk. kjøpt Grønt Miljø Karmøy 29.07. 2004, utplantet 30.07. 2004 ca. 1 m innenfor østsiden av Aspargesbedet. -

-- Phlox paniculata Kirchenfürst Dafo / Høstfloks / Höstflox / Floks / Phlox / Flammenblume / Syysleimu / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Røde blomster, duftende. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt Grønt Miljø Karmøy 29.07. 2004, utplantet 30.07. 2004 ca. 1 m nord og 4,5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

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-- Helichrysum x? / - 1 stk. kr. 30,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.07. 2004, utplantet samme dag ved sørvestre enden av Aspargesbedet. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Sommerplante som vokser svært kraftig. Mye vann og næring. Kan klippes ned og overvintre.” -

-- Lavandula Hidcote Blue / Lavendel / - 1 pakke med 6 stk. kjøpt 27.07. 2004, utplantet samme dag 5 stk. vestsiden av Aspargesbedet og 1 stk. -

-- Thymus vulgaris spp. fragrantissimus / Orangenthymian / (Vel den samme som Thymus x citriodorus Fragrantissimus, Appelsintimian? / - 1 stk. ca. kr. 60,- kjøpt 27.07. 2004 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet samme dag vestsiden i Aspargesbedet. Ifra merkelappen: ”Küchengarten. Zu Speisenbei Wild, Fleisch, Sosen und Salaten, Auch als tee bei Husten und Erkältung. (…) Sorte mit ausgeprägten Orangenduft und guten, bushigen Wuchs. Gutes Gedeihen an sonnigen und durchlässigen Boden.“ -

-- Anacyclus depressus / Bertram / Anacycle / Dvärgbertram / Mount Atlas daisy / Ringblume / - Staude. Høyde: 5 - 8 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-VI. Sol. Prestekragelignende blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.07. 2004, utplantet -

-- Campanula persicifolia / Harebell / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.07. 2004, utplantet ca. 1, 2 m vest og 0, 2 m nord for Aspargesbedets sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Achillea filipendulina Parkers / Praktrylikk / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 27.07. 2004, utplantet -

-- Aspargus officinalis Fantasy F1 / Asparges / Sparris / Parsa / - 10 stk. frø (ifra Weibulls) sådd 27.07. 2004 i Aspargesbedet. Ifra merkelappen: ”Sort med høy avling. Egnet til dyrking både som hvit og grønn. Trives best i sandholdig jord. Grønn asparges får vokse fritt. Hvit asparges får man ved å legge jorden høyt oppover stilkene, og høste når man aner at skudd er i ferd med å vokse opp i dagslyset.” -

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-- Lavandula angustifolia Dwarf Blue / - Staude. Høyde: 35 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Blå blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.07. 2004, utplantet samme kveld litt vest for vestsiden av Aspargesbedet. -

-- Koelreuteria paniculata / Panicled Goldenrain Tree / Golden Rain Tree / Pride of India / China Tree / - Tre, løvfellende. - RLH, 19.07. 2004: Ødegård Plantesalg har nu noen eks. av dette treet for salg. - More & White: ”This east Asian species is particularly valued for its goldenyellow mid-summer flowers. (…) The Chinese used to make necklaces of these decorative seeds and used the flowers medicinally. (…) The tree, frequently over 10 m tall, and 8 m wide, has rough fissured purplish-brown bark. (…) Without doubt this is one of the best summer feature trees for a sunny garden. It is hardy in southern England and it does not grow excessively large. Althought it likes full sun, plenty of moisture is required round the roots. Fertile soil and shelter are also definite adventages.” - Hardfør til omkring minus 20 grader Celsius. -

-- Chamaecyparis nootkatensis Tatra (eller Tutra?) / Nutkasypress / - Tre, eviggrønt. Høyde: 10 - 32 m? Bredde: 4 - 6 m? - 1 stk. ca. 50 cm høyt kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 19.07. 2004, utplantet 24.07. 2004 ca. 2 m sør og 4 m vest for søndre steinmurens østre hjørne. - ”Nutrient requirements are low but a good supply of moisture is essential.” - Herdig til omkring minus 30 grader Celsius. -

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-- Lamium album / White Deadnettle / Archangel / Dauvnesle, Blindnesle, Dødnesle, Dønesle, Daunesle (N) / - Staude. NB! Høyde: 20 – 60 cm. Bunndekkende. Blomstringstid: VI. Hvite blomster. -

-- Campanula latifolia / - Staude. NB! -

-- fersken- og aprikostreet (de eldste) 27.05. 2004 nedklippet

--- Så -- Panax quinquefolius / American ginseng / Amerikansk ginseng / - Familie: Bergflette-familien. - Staude. Høyde: ca. 30 cm. -

--- omplante frøplanter solbær / eple / sitron / etc. / -

--- kvister rotet i bøtte (med litt vann) i potetkjelleren, plantes -

--- innsamle blåbærplanter? pors? -

--- legge ut presenninger! -

--- telle småplanter eik og amursk korktre -

--- sjekke ”hundekjeksene” her / & komposteres / -

--- pode pære Bjoa -

--- valurt småplanter prikles bladdag plantedag -

--- x stk. myrt ifra Kjerringgården 2003 priklet / ompottet 28.04. 2004, utplantes -

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-- babtista

-- gratiola

-- veronica

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-- Bixa orellana (L.) / Achiote / Anato / Annatto / Arnato / Bija / Bijol / Bixa / Lipstick tree / Roucou / Orleansbaum / Achuete / Urucum / Urucu / Kuswé / - Busk / tre. Tåler lite frost. Family: bixaceae (achiote family). –

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-- Taxodium distichum / Common Baldcypress / Swamp Cypress / - Sommergrønt bartre. Høyde: ca. 20 – 35 m, bredde ca. 10 m. Hardførhet: Etablerte eks. tåler oppmot minus 20 – 30 kuldegrader Celsius. - 2 stk. (kr. 245,- pr. stk.) under meteren kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 30.06. 2004, utplantet 07. 2004 nedved vannet. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Plantested: Sol, halvskygge, skygge. Wochtige standplaats gewenst. Hoogte: 4 – 10 m. Snoeien: febr.-mrt. voor uitlopen naalden.” – M.A. Dirr: ”The rich green foliage appears on featherlike branches and turns rusty orange to brown in autumn. The fibrous, reddish brown to gray-brown bark sparks winter interest. Transplants with some difficulty because of its large taproot; use container-grown plants or small balled and burlapped plants. Found in swamps and moist areas throughout its native range, this species performs admirably in drier soils and is adaptable to a variety of soil conditions, except high pH, which causes chlorosis of foliage. Knees generally develop around trees that grow in or near water. Ideal for use near water or in moist areas where few other trees will prosper. Makes its greatest statement in groupings or groves. Also good as a street tree. (…) US zones 4 to 9. Delaware to Illinois, south to Florida and Texas.” – David More & John White: “Felled trees coppice easily, so once they are established a sustainable source of timber is assured.” -

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-- Borago / Agurkurt / -

-- Anacyclus depressus / - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Sol. - 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.06. 2004, utplantet 17.06. 2004 -

-- Thalictrum aquilegiifolium / Ruit / Wiesenraute / Meadow rue / Aklejruta / Akeleiruit [D ], Columbine Meadow-rue [B ], Columbine Meadowrue [P ], Greater Meadow-rue [L ], / - Staude. Høyde: 125 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Rødrosa blomsterskjermer. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 - PFAF: ”The whole plant is poisonous, particularly the root [13]. (…) Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1m by 0.45m . It is hardy to zone 6. It is in flower from May to July, and the seeds ripen from July to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects and wind. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Leaves; Root. Root - raw or roasted [22, 46, 61]. Caution is advised, there is one report that suggests that the root is particularly poisonous [13]. Young leaves – cooked [105]. Caution is advised, they are possibly poisonous. Medicinal Uses: Disclaimer Cytostatic. Cytostatic [65]. Other Uses: None known Cultivation details: Succeeds in most fairly good soils in sun or semi-shade [1, 111]. Prefers a humus rich soil [111]. A very ornamental plant [1], it is hardy to about -25°c [187]. Grows well on a woodland edge [188]. A greedy plant, inhibiting the growth of nearby plants, especially legumes [54]. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer [233]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in the autumn in a cold frame [K]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and plant them out in the summer. The seed can also be sown in an outdoor seedbed in spring [111]. Plant them into their permanent positions the following spring. Division in spring as new growth commences or in the autumn [111]. Larger divisions can be planted out direct into their permanent positions. We have found that it is best to pot up smaller divisions and grow them on in light shade in a greenhouse or cold frame until they are growing away well. Plant them out in the summer or the following spring.” -

-- Campanula persicifolia / Harebell / Storklocka / Perzikbladig klokje / Pfirischblattrige Glockenblume / Peach-leaved bellflower / Campanule a feuilles de pecher / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Kantplante. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 27.04. 2004, utplantet ca. samme dag ca. 3 m sør og 2 m øst for husets sørvestre hjørne. – Og 2 stk. kr. 13,- pr. stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 litt nord for Vinduskarmdrivbenken (nordvest for Herrepære). - PFAF: ”Physical Characteristics: An evergreen perennial growing to 1 m by 0.45 m . It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from June to August, and the seeds ripen from August to October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees, flies, beetles and Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies). The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Edible Uses: Flowers; Leaves; Root. Leaves - raw or cooked [2, 105]. Rich in vitamin C [74]. A mild flavour, it is nice in salads and is liked by most people who try it [K]. The plant forms over-wintering basal rosettes of leaves and thus provides a source of fresh leaves throughout the winter [K]. The main problem with these leaves is that they are very narrow and it takes quite a lot of picking in order to obtain a reasonable quantity [K]. Root – raw [74]. Flowers - raw. A pleasant sweetness, and a very ornamental addition to mixed salads [K]. (…) Cultivation details: Easily grown in ordinary garden soil [187]. Prefers a moist but well-drained rich sandy loam and a neutral or alkaline soil in sun or partial shade [1, 200]. Succeeds in light woodland [200]. Plants are hardy to at least -15°c [200]. The species in this genus do not often hybridize and so seed can generally be relied upon to come true [221]. The plants are self-fertile [221]. A very ornamental plant, there are many named varieties [187]. It was at one time grown as a culinary vegetable, but is now only grown as an ornamental plant [4]. The sub-species C. persicifolia crystalocalyx has larger leaves than the species and so is more suitable as a food crop [K]. A very long-lived and easily grown plant [187], it is best divided every other year [111]. Slugs are very fond of this plant and can cause severe damage even to large plants [K]. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer [233]. This plant is a potential winter salad plant, it retains a basal rosette of leaves all winter [K]. Propagation: Seed - surface sow spring in a cold frame. The seed usually germinates in 2 - 4 weeks at 18°c [138]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in a cold frame for at least their first winter. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Basal cuttings in spring [1]. Harvest the shoots when they are about 10 – 15 cm long with plenty of underground stem. Pot them up into individual pots and keep them in light shade in a cold frame or greenhouse until they are rooting well. Plant them out in the summer. Division in spring or autumn [200]. Very easy [221], larger clumps can be replanted direct into their permanent positions, though it is best to pot up smaller clumps and grow them on in a cold frame until they are rooting well. Plant them out in the summer or following spring.” -

-- Chrysanthemum max. Exhibition / Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. – 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 -

-- Chrysanthemum coccineum Robinson / Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt 13.05. 2004 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet samme kveld inntil (30 cm sørøst for) Prunus kurilensis Ruby (inntil muren østsiden av huset her). – Og 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 17.06. 2004, utplantet 17.06. 2004 -

-- Chrysanthemum coccineum / Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. – Utplantet -

-- Coreopsis grandiflora Sonenkind / Vakkerøye (N) / Coreopsid (GB) / Skønhedsøje (DK) / Flicköga (S) / Mädchenauge (D) / Coréopsis lancéolé (F) / Meisjesogen (NL) / Kaunosilmä (SF) / Tickseed / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: V-IX. Sol. Gule blomster. - 2 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.07. 2004, utplantet samme kveld -

-- Coreopsis grandiflora Sunray / Vakkerøye / Skønhedsøye / Tickseed / Flickoga / Isokaunosilma / Madchenauge / - Staude. Høyde: 45 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-X. Gule, fyldige blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 -

-- Incarvillea delavayi / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 - RLH 25.06. 2004: Noe nede i jorden har meget kjapt efter plantingen spist opp nesten hele den tykke roten, nederst og nesten helt opp! -

-- Lavendula / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 60,- Karmøy Grønt Miljø Hagesenter 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 -

-- Leontopodium alpinum / Alpe Edelveis / Edelweiss / Ægte Edelweiss / Euroopanalppitahti / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol. Snittblomst. – 2 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet kl. 07.15 lørdag 08.05. 2004 i det nye store steinfjellbedet øst for Fjøsbygningen og Hønsehuset. – Og 1 stk. kr. 13,- kjøpt 17.06. 2004 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 18.06. 2004 i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Liatris spicata / Rosenstav (S) / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 -

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-- Fragaria vesca Alexandria / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-X. Sol, halvskygge. Røde jordbær. - 1 stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet 18.06. 2004 ca. 2 m vest for -


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-- Pyracantha coccinea / Firethorn / Ildtorn (N) / Eldtorn (S) / Fire Thorn [L ], Musa Agaci [E ], Pyracantha [H ], Scarlet Firethorn [H,DEN1,B,P ] / - Busk, eviggrønn. - Høsten 2002 ble kjøpt 1 stk. hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, og utplantet i øverkant (altså vestlig) av den sørligste steinmuren. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt billig 17.06. 2004 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, tlf.: 52 82 44 08), utplantet 18.06. 2004 - PFAF: “An evergreen shrub growing to 4 m by 4 m . It is hardy to zone 6. It is in leaf all year, in flower in June. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very alkaline soil. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedge, Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge, Deep Shade. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit - cooked. Used for making jellies, marmalade and sauces [15, 183]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: Hedge. Tolerant of trimming and of reasonable exposure, it can be grown as a hedge [49, 200]. It forms a very spiny barrier [200]. Cultivation details: Prefers a good well-drained, moisture retentive loamy soil [1, 200]. Succeeds in any soil that is warm and not very heavy [11]. Another report says that it grows well in heavy clay soils. Succeeds on chalky soils [108]. Succeeds in sun or part shade [200] and also on a shady wall [28, 49], though it does not fruit so well in a shady position [200]. Tolerates atmospheric pollution and reasonable exposure [200]. A very ornamental plant [1], there are a number of named varieties [11, 200]. Susceptible to scab and fireblight [11], especially when grown on acid sandy soils [182]. This species, especially the cultivar 'Lelandii', is notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Intolerant of root disturbance except when young [11]. A good bee plant [108]. Birds are particularly attracted to the fruit of this plant [200]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame [200]. Remove all the fruit flesh since this can inhibit germination [200]. Stored seed requires 3 months cold stratification, sow it as early in the year as possible in a cold frame [113]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the cold frame for their first winter. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Cuttings of almost mature wood, 5 – 10 cm with a heel, mid-August in a cold frame [78]. Pot up in October or the following spring [78]. Cultivars: Lelandii - This cultivar is notably more resistant to honey fungus than the species.” -

-- Pyracantha coccinea Solei d Or (?) / Firethorn / Ildtorn / - Kjøpt hos Arne Ødegård Plantesalg 10. 2003, utplantet inntil den store steinveggen / bergveggen på venstre side hvor veien opp til platået begynner. Altså ca. 20 meter vest for den store bålplassen. Høsten 2002 ble kjøpt samme sted og utplantet et annet eks., vanlig ildtorn, i øverkant (altså vestlig) av den sørligste steinmuren. -

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-- Cotoneaster dammeri Coral Beauty / Coral Beauty Bearberry / Royal Beauty / Pink Beauty / German: Teppich-Zwergmispe / Czech: skalník Dammerův / - Busk, teppedannende, eviggrønn, 0 – 60 cm høy. Blomstringstid: VI. Hvite blomster, duftende. Senere røde bær. - Fikk 8 stk. (av denne sorten?) i svært dårlig forfatning ifra Etne Hagesenter i Etne 05. 2004, 4 stk. utplantes 05.06. 2004. Nr. 1 av 8 inntil steinmuren rett utfor døren her. Nr. 2 av 8 inntil steinmuren ca. 2 m sør for nr. 1. Nr. 3 av 8 inntil østveggen til Vedbua, ca. 1 m ifra nordøstre hjørnet. Nr. 4 av 8 inntil steinmuren inntil den store Bålplassens nordside. De 4 resterende er det lite, om noe, liv i og de står enda i potter. – Og nr. 5 av 8 utplantet 22.06. 2004 inntil steinmuren inntil den store Bålplassens nordside et par m vest for nr. 4 av 8. Og nr. 6 av 8 utplantet 23.06. 2004 inntil steinen hvor Rosa William Baffin ble utplantet forleden. Og nr. 7 av 8 og nr. 8 av 8 – ”Coral Beauty Bearberry:  This Chinese Bearberry (Cotoneaster dammeri) grows to a foot or so tall, with the possibility of its semi-prostrate branches stretching six feed wide. Wherever its low-growing branches touch the ground, it roots itself, continuing to colonize rough ground if permitted. It has evergreen or semi-evergreen leaves which turn purple-green in winter. The name "Bearberry" is regionally given to several low-growing heaths that range into the far north & which feed bears & deer in winter. It is the common name of Arctostaphylos uva-ursi which incorporates references to "bear" into both its genus & species name. Arctostrapylos bearberry shrubs are very similar to the low-growing contoneasters, but have dangly little bellflowers instead of the hawthorn-flower-like blooms of C. dammeri. Other bushes occasionally or regionally known as bearberries include lowbush cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon), possum haw (Ilex decidua), alpine bearberry (Arctostaphylos alpina), elder berry (Sambucus nigra), bearberry honeysuckle (Lonicera involucrata), buckthorn (Cascara sagrada), & many others. Curiously, what the majority of these berries have in common is bitterness of taste, with a mild toxicity that declines after first frost. Pleasanter tasting true berries don't often get called bearberries. These fruits rarely find their way into human diet, though in reality there's no reason not to harvest them & prepare them with spices & sugar for a tart sauce as pallatable as cranberry. Cotoneaster berries are not true berries but are pomes, as are apples. These remain green through summer as they develop, then take on their bright color in late September, as shown in the second photo. The ripened coral fruits remain bright on the branches for the entirety of winter & into the following spring, presuming no bird takes a liking to them. Birds ignore the fruit if there is anything better in the vicinity. We have several these forming a loose groundcover out on the street margin, underneath taller shrubs such as the Dawn Viburnum. The limbs produce scads of small white flowers in May that can persist to mid-June before beginning their summer-long journey toward the red ripe fruit. The reddish brown stems can get very scruffy-looking as they spread, but each low shrub is more than amenable to being pruned back to a contained size, becoming more compact in consequence. Our specific cultivar, "Coral Beauty," has a pleasing tendency to remain more compact than the species as a whole & is much more shiny-leafed, whereas the species per se can get spotty & lose the leafy lustre. Furthermore, "Coral Beauty" produces copious numbers of coral-pink berries, far more berries than on the natural species or other cultivars. "Coral Beauty" has also been marketed as "Royal Beauty" or "Pink Beauty." It needs regular watering to get established, but is forever after quite drought-hardy. Indeed, it is incredibly hardy in most soils, in sun or part shade, sheltered or in high winds, dry or moist conditions. It does extremely well in poor soils, but the incredible density of fruit will drop back to “normal" fruiting if it lacks a well-draining loamy soil with a yearly pre-spring fertilizing. We planted four starts in spring 2002 when they were only three or four inches high & six inches wide. A year later, what had begun as small spidery shrublets had very prettily branched out & interlaced with one another.” -

-- Pieris / Pieris, Konvallbusk / - Familie: Ericaceae (Lyngfamilien). Trenger sur, fuktig jord. - Knut Langeland: “Pieris skal dyrkes i halvskygge i sandblandet, kalkfri humusjord. Der de vokser i naturen, står de i skogkledde åssider der bakken er dekket av myk mose. Hvis vi har en naturtomt med litt glissen granskog, vil pieris raskt finne seg til rette.” -

-- Pieris japonica Mountain Fire / Japanpieris / Lily of the valley bush / Rotsheide / Bitterkraut / Andromede / Pieris yakushimensis, Pieris taiwanensis (Hayata.), Andromeda japonica (Thunb.) / - Giftig! Vintergrønn. Busk. Høyde: 150 - 400 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-V. – Fikk 1 stk. i dårlig forfatning ifra Etne Hagesenter i Etne 05. 2004, utplantet – PFAF: ”Known Hazards: The plant is poisonous. Range: E. Asia – E. China, Japan. Habitat: Open forests in mountains. (…) Physical Characteristics. An evergreen shrub growing to 4 m by 4 m . It is hardy to zone 5 and is frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from April to May. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Wodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge, Deep Shade. Edible Uses: None known. Other Uses: The plant is used as a pesticide and a parasiticide [174]. Cultivation details: Easily grown in a moist acid peaty soil but it requires a sheltered position because the young growth is easily damaged by frost [11, 182, 184, 200]. Plants grow best with a western exposure so that they are protected from morning frosts [11]. They flower more freely when grown in a sunny position [200]. Best grown in shade or semi-shade [188], they grow well in a woodland garden [200]. Dormant plants are hardy to about -20°c [184]. A very ornamental plant, there are many named varieties [182, 200]. The flowers are delicately scented [245]. A slow growing plant [200]. Plants sometimes succumb to an incurable fungal infection [200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200].” -

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-- Aloe vera / Tigeraloe / - 1 stk. rlh vunnet ifra Hageselskapet i Tysvær sitt årlige “Plante-loppemarked” 24.05. 2004, satt i vinduskarmen nord. - Merkelapp på plantepotten: ”Aloe Vera er en sukkulent. Den vokser i tørre regioner av Afrika, Asia, Europa og Amerika. Denne planten har helt unike virkemåter, både som medisin og innen kosmetikk. Mange hjem har Aloe Vera som en naturlig del av sitt ”førstehjelpsskrin”. Brukes bl.a. på brannsår, insektstikk og solbrenthet. Bruk: Kutt av et blad med skarp kniv. Klem ut den klare saften fra bladet, og smør inn det aktuelle området rikelig. Ubrukte deler av bladet kan brukes siden. Oppbevar bladet pakket i plast, i kjøleskapet. Holdbar opptil 2 uker. Stell: Lyst, solrikt og romtemperatur. Lite vann, spesielt om vinteren. Gjødsles vår og sommer. Tåler ikke frost, eller direkte sol.” -

-- Peperoni? / - Inneplante? / Stueplante? - 1 stk. rlh vunnet ifra Hageselskapet i Tysvær sitt årlige “Plante-loppemarked” 24.05. 2004, -

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-- Allium xx? / Luftløk? / Etasjeløk? / - Staude. – 1 stk. rlh vunnet ifra Hageselskapet i Tysvær sitt årlige “Plante-loppemarked” 24.05. 2004, utplantet samme kvelden ca.7 m nord og 2, 4 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. -

-- Allium xx? Borretaneløk / - 1 pose (250 gram) med ca. 10 Borretaneløk kjøpt Meny Aksdal 2003 / 2004. ”Mild, søtlig og aromatisk. God til marinering, pynt, bakt eller rå i salater.” Ifra Italia, via Gartner – www.bama.no - Pakket av Larvik Løk. ”Oppbevaring: Tørt, svalt og helst mørkt. – Plantet 6 stk. i hver sin potte 04. 2004, utplantet de 31.05. 2004 nordsiden av vinduskarmdrivbenken flere m øst for husets sørøstre hjørne, bortved (nordvest for) Herrepæretreet. -

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-- Anaphalis triplinervis / Perlekurv / Sølvevigblomst / Pearl Everlasting / Ull-eternell / Perlkorbchen / Villanukkajakkara / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. Hvite blomster. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -


-- Aster dumosus Starlight / Buskasters / Oktoberaster / Pudeasters / Dwarf Aster / Kissenaster / Reunusasteri / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: IX-X. Rødlige blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet – Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

-- Campanula glomerata Alba / Toppklokke / Nøgleklokke / Bell flower / Toppklocka / Knauel-Glockenblume / Idanpeurankello / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. – 2 stk. (kr. 5,- salg) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 27.04. 2004, utplantet 1 stk. 12.05. 2004 ca. 1, 5 m nordøst for surkirsebærtreet Wormdal (øst for sørøstre hjørnet av huset her). – Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

-- Ligularia przewalskii / Nøkketunge / Ligularia / Kreuzkraut / Aks-Brandbæger / Spirstånds / Valtikkanauhus / - Staude. Høyde: 150 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet (av Gudmund) 29.04. 2004 ca. 1 m nord for Cimicifuga racemosa i Urtesteingardens sørøstlige hjørne. - Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

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-- Portulakk / - Potte med flere småplanter kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 03.05. 2004, priklet og utplantet 07.04. 2004 de fleste i Åkerinngjerdingen 2004. -

-- Papaver nudicaule / Sibirvalmue / - Staude. Høyde: 30 – 40 cm. Blomstringstid: 4 – 6. Sol. - 1 stk. potte med kjøpt 13.04. 2004, utplantet -

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-- Trifolium pratense / Red Clover / Rødkløver / - Staude. -

-- Trifolium repens / White Clover / Dutch Clover / Rødkløver / - Staude. -

-- Carum carvi / Karve / Caraway / - 2- eller fler- årig. -

-- Capsella bursa-pastoris / Gjetertaske / Shepherds Purse / - 1- eller 2- årig. – NB: “The flowering stems are used medicinally. They should always be free of a parasitic fungus, Cystopus candidus, which produces a white coating on the plant.” -

-- Vinca minor / Gravmyrt / Lesser Periwinkle / - Staude. Hele planten er giftig! -

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-- Anthirrinum / Løvemunn / - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 29,- Ebne Hagesenter i Ølen 11.05. 2004, utplantet samme dag sørøstre hjørnet i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Gueule de loup Anthirrinum majus Snapdragon

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-- Søtpotet / Batata / - 1 stk. kjøpt Obs Raglamyr Haugesund 2003 har ligget på et kjøkkenbord med plast omkring for å gro seg, ble utplantet (med fine små groer) 28.04. 2004 og 01.05. 2004 og 02.05. 2004, bl.a. i det nye aspargesbedet. -

-- Ipomoea batatas / Søtpotet (Norge) / Sweet potato Yam, Yams (USA) / - Finnes både typer med oransje og med hvitt rotkjøtt. - ”The soft, rich, "moist" varieties are erroneously called "yams" in the United States. This confusion in names is unfortunate, since the yam is an entirely different plant, belonging to the genus Dioscorea. True yams are still a curiosity in the United States.” - “Sweet potato is actually a perennial, viney plant that is widely cultivated as an annual in the tropics, where it serves as a major food source. In Sierra Leone, sweet potato is grown for both the leaves, which are used as greens, and the tuber, a high carbohydrate & beta carotene source. There are several varieties grown in Sierra Leone, with skin color ranging from yellow to orange-red to purple. Just as Cassava is categorized into sweet and bitter types, sweet potato is also classified as either dry or moist, according to its flesh type. This categorization is usually used to differentiate the varieties; the varieties with moist flesh are moist after cooking, whereas the dry flesh types consist of a mealy texture after cooking. The cultivation of both sweet potato types is mostly done vegetatively, in both the wet and dry seasons. However, production is more successful in the wet season. Cuttings for the wet season planting are obtained from parent plants that are grown in the swamp during the dry season. Since sweet potato cannot tolerate water logging, the swamp is drained by digging open channels and constructing raised mounds, or ridges. Most families in Sierra Leone farm on a subsistence basis and irrigation equipment is way beyond their financial ability. Therefore, the swamp is the most feasible environment in which to grow the plant during the dry season, due to its water-holding capacity. This in situ propagation -- preservation of the seed material in place -- provides enough stock for the favorable growing conditions that will occur during the coming wet season. Growing Method: Cuttings, which range from 6-10 inches in length, are inserted to a depth of half their length in prepared ridges or mounds, at a space of 8-12 inches apart. Composted animal manures are added before planting, boosting early vegetative growth which is especially desirable if leaves are to be harvested as greens. Harvest: Leaves (used for greens) may be harvested 30-40 days after planting. Tubers are harvested 90 days after planting, by digging. Leaves may be cut for approximately a month, after which they become tough. Heavy leaf harvesting will also decrease growth of the tuber. For this reason, plants grown only for tuber production remain unpicked through maturity. Common Uses: Greens are used as a steamed vegetable, cooked with palm oil in combination with okra, lima beans, hot peppers and smoked fish -- usually served over rice. Tubers may be peeled and boiled, with other root crops, such as cassava, to prepare “yebbeh”, a heartymeal. The tubers are also used to make French fries, served with a gravy made of fried onions, egg plant and peppers.” – “Since the sweet potato is a tropical plant, both warm days and warm nights are essential for a quality and quantity crop. A 4-5-month outside growing season is desired. Sweet potatoes should not be grown year after year in the same location of the garden. To prevent buildup of disease organisms and insect pests, do not grow more often than once in 3-4 years on a site.” -

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-- Dioscorea batatas / Chinese yam / - PFAF: “Range: Temperate E. Asia, though the exact range is not known. Habitat: Found in an apparently wild situation in valleys and on the slopes of hills in China [147]. Prefers sunny slopes in the wild [254]. Perennial growing to 3m by 1.5m . It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from September to October. The scented flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required). The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) An easily grown plant, succeeding in a fertile well-drained soil in a sunny position or light shade [27, 37, 200], though it is best in full sun [160]. Plants are hardy to at least -18°c [160]. This species of yam is much cultivated in China for its edible root which can be up to 1 metre long [1]. It has a great potential to be a commercial crop in Britain, though a satisfactory method of harvesting the root needs to be found [K]. Plants take 3 - 4 years to reach full maturity [160], though one year roots of well grown plants can weigh more than 500g. There are many cultivated forms with different root shapes in China and Japan [174]. The yam is a climbing plant that supports itself by twining around the branches of other plants [219]. It can be grown successfully into small bushes or, perhaps simpler when being grown as a root crop, it can be grown up a frame in a similar manner to growing runner beans [K]. Plants produce tubercles (small tubers that are formed in the leaf axils of the stems), and can be propagated by this means [K]. The small white flowers have a pleasant scent of cinnamon [219]. There is some confusion over the correct name for this species. One report says that D. batatas is an invalid name that is often erroneously applied to two distinct species D. opposita and D. japonica [218]. The Flora of China accepts D. batatas as a synonym for D. polystachya [266]. Dioecious. Male and female plants must be grown if seed is required. Propagation: Seed - sow March to April in a sunny position in a warm greenhouse and only just cover. It germinates in 1 - 3 weeks at 20°c [175]. Prick out the seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle and grow on in a greenhouse for their first year. Plant out in late spring as the plant comes into new growth. Basal stem cuttings in the summer [37]. Division in the dormant season, never when in growth [1]. The plant will often produce a number of shoots, the top 5 - 10 cm of the root below each shoot can be potted up to form a new plant whilst the lower part of the root can be eaten [K]. Tubercles (baby tubers) are formed in the leaf axils. These are harvested in late summer and early autumn when about the size of a pea and coming away easily from the plant. They should be potted up immediately in individual pots in an unheated greenhouse or cold frame, covering them with about 10 mm of soil. Protect them from mice etc and keep the soil moist but not wet. They should come into growth in the spring, plant them out in early summer when in active growth [K]. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The small white flowers have a pleasant scent of cinnamon.” -

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-- Kaempferia galanga (L.) / Lesser Galangale / Lille Galanga (DK) / Kentjoer (NL) / Resurrection lily (GB) / Väike kalganirohi (Estonian) / Galanga camphré (French) / Kleiner Galgant, Gewürzlilie (German) / Κινέσζικη πιπερόριζα - Kineszike piperoriza (Greek) / Abhuyicampa* (Hindi) / Kencur; Kunci pepet*, Kunir putih*, Temu rapet* (Indonesian) / Van hom (Laotian) / Kunchor, Cekur, Cekur Jawa, Cengkur; Kunyit putih*, Temu putih* (Malay) / Kacholam, Chengazhinirkizhangu* (Mayalalam) / Kentior (Polish) / Мараба - Maraba (Russian) / Bhucampaka* (Sanskrit) / Dusol; Gisol na bilog* (Tagalog) / Pro hom, Waan hom, Waan teen din; Waan nonlap*, Waan haao nun*, Ueang din* (Thai) / Dia lien, Son nai, Tam nai; Cam dia la*, Ngai mau* (Vietnamesish) / Note : * There are two related species that are sometimes confused: Kaempferia rotunda Jacq. and K. galanga L. In the above list, names that are (probably) referring to K. rotunda are marked with an asterisk in the list above. / - “K. galanga, which is grown for medicine and as a spice, is an almost stemless plant that develops its few short-lived leaves and the flower at ground level. K. rotunda, on the other hand, is valued as a medicinal plants and also as an ornamental; it has stems and long-lived, large leaves, and basically looks much similar to other members of the family.” - “The name Lesser galangale is often applied to Alpinia officinarum Hance (syn. Languas officinarum), in fact even more often than to Kaempferia galanga.” -

-- Alpinia officinarum / Galangal / Languas officinarum / - “Alpinia officinarum is closely related to A. galanga) for which it is usually considered a legitimate substitute.” - “The name Lesser galangale is often applied to Alpinia officinarum Hance (syn. Languas officinarum), in fact even more often than to Kaempferia galanga.” -

-- Zingiber officinale (Rosc.) / Ginger / Ingefær / - Noen stk. kjøpt Obs Raglamyr Haugesund 2003 har ligget på et kjøkkenbord med plast omkring for å gro seg, ble utplantet (med fine små groer) 28.04. 2004 i det nye Aspargesbedet. -

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-- Sedum kamtschaticum / Gullbergknapp (N) / Stonecrop / Koreansk Stenurt / Fetthenne / Kamtjatkafetblad / Kamtsatkanmaksuruoho / - Staude. Teppedannende. Høyde: 15 - 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Mørkegule blomster. Bunndekkende. Opprinnelse: Øst-Asia. Svært hardfør. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- salg) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 27.04. 2004, utplantet 05.05. 2004 i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. - ”Bruksområde: I tørre rabatter og fjellhager.” -

-- Campanula glomerata Acaulis / Toppklokke / Nøgleklokke / Bell flower / Toppklocka / Knauel-Glockenblume / Idanpeurankello / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. – 1 stk. (kr. 25,-) kjøpt ca. 27.04. 2004, utplantet -

-- Myosotis palustris / Forglemmegei / Forget-me-not / Eng-forglemmigej / Åkta Forgatmigej / Luhtalemmikki / Sumpvergiismeinnicht / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: V-IX. Sol, halvskygge. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 05.05. 2004 -

-- Aquilegia chrysantha / Gullakeleie / Guldakleja / Columbine / Akelei / Kulta-akileija / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

-- Papaver nudicaule / Sibirvalmue / Sibirsk Valmue / Iceland Poppy / Sibirsk Vallmo / Islandmohn / Siperianunikko / - Staude. Høyde: 30 - 40 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-VI. Sol. - 1 stk. potte med flere småplanter, kr. 29,-, kjøpt ca. 27.04. 2004 utplantet 30.04. 2004 (av Trude) noen m sørvest for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne og i Staudas nybed. -


-- Sedum spectabile Brilliant / Oktoberbergknapp / Orpin / Stone crop / Pracht-Fetthenne / Kinesisk Sct. Hansurt / Kinesisk karleksort / - Staude. Høyde: 30 - 40 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -

-- Aster dumosus Starlight / Buskasters / Oktoberaster / Pudeasters / Dwarf Aster / Kissenaster / Reunusasteri / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: IX-X. Rødlige blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -


-- Saxifraga x arendsii / Hagesildre / - Staude. Høyde: 10 - 20 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-V. Røde blomster. Sol. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet -


-- Cerastium tomentosum Silverstone / Snow-in-summer / Liten Filtarve / Gråbladet Hønsetam / Silverarv / Filziges Hornkraut / Hopeaharkki / - Staude. Høyde: 10 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Sol. Bunndekkende. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 05.05. 2004 i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Leucanthemum superbum Alaska / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. – 1 stk. kr. 29,- kjøpt 03.05. 2004, utplantet 05.05. 2004 utsiden sørøstre hjørnet Bringebærbingen. -

-- Bitterurt / - 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 03.05. 2004, utplantet -

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-- Helianthemum Hybride, rosa / - Staude. Høyde: 15 – 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Steingarten. ”Lebensbereich: Felssteppe. Planteavstand: 30 cm. Wintergruner Zwergstrauch fur Mauerkronen, trockene Boschungen und grose Troge. Bevorzugt durchlassige Boden. Ruckschnitt nach der Blute vorteilhaft und Wintersctz gegen Kahlfoste wichtig.“ – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- Ebne Hagesenter i Ølen 03.05. 2004, utplantet 04.05. 2004 -

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-- Merian / - Mange stk. småplanter meget tett i potte kjøpt ca. kr. 30,- ifra Kryddergården på Jæren (tlf. 51 42 14 84) via dagligvarebutikk i Haugesund 26.04. 2004, oppdelt i to og utplantet tidlig 29.04. 2004 i det nye Aspargesbedet øst for huset og Dolgo-epletreet. – Fra merkelappen: ”1-årig. Smak: Sterk aromatisk. Bruk: Små blad og blomster til kjøttretter og stekte poteter, gryteretter og tomatretter.” -

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-- Sommersar / - 1 stk. potte med småplanter utplantet 29.04. 2004 i det nye Aspargesbedet øst for huset og Dolgo-epletreet. -


-- Ocimum basilicum / Basilikum / Basil / - Potte med flere småplanter kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 03.05. 2004, priklet 05.05. 2004 og utplantet -

-- Ocimum basilicum Citriodorum / Lemon Basil / Sitronbasilikum / - Potte med flere småplanter kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 03.05. 2004, priklet 05.05. 2004 og utplantet ca. to stk. i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Ocimum basilicum Purpurascens? / Basilikum, rødpurpur / rødsvart / - Potte med flere småplanter kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 03.05. 2004, priklet 05.05. 2004 og utplantet ca. to stk. i Aspargesbedet. -

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-- Phlox maculata Alpha / Prickflox / Flammenblume / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstringstid: 6 – 7. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 04.04. 2004, utplantet ? forsvant før utplantning, morgenen 15.04. 2004 eller kvelden før, tatt av endene, Mikka eller Mariel? -

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-- Achillea filipendulina Parker / Praktryllik / Pragtrøllike / Praktrøllika / Millefeuille / Milfoil / Yarrow / Schafgarbe / - Staude. Blomstringstid: 7 – 8. Sol. Høyde: 100 cm. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 07.04. 2004 i Stauda sitt nybed. -

-- Primula bullesiana / Etasjeprimula / Etageprimula / Brokig kandelaberviva / Cowslip / Primevere / Etagenprimel / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: 6 – 7. Sol, halvskygge. – 1 stk. (kr. 29,-) kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 02.04. 2004, utplantet 07.04. 2004 i nybedet til Stauda? -

-- Primula beesiana / Etasjeprimula / Landelabra primrose / Etageprimula / Kandelaberviva / Etagenprimel / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Rødlige blomster. - 1 stk. utplantet 04.09. 2004 ca. 2 m vest og 1 m sør for Flaggstangstativet. -

-- Verbascum nigrum / Mørkkongslys / Kongelys / Kungsljus / Molene / Mullein / Konigskerze / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: 6 – 8. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 07.04. 2004 i Frøydis sitt nybed. – Noen eks. også utplantet 2003. -

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-- Curryplante / -

-- Thymus / Timian / -

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-- Skjeggbusk (H1, i følge merkelappen) / kjøpt Plantasjen i Haugesund 10. 2003, utplantet ved den nærmeste bikuben nord for huset, rett ved en Siska.

-- Junkerlilje / Staude. Kjøpt hos Karmøy Hagesenter / Grønt Miljø (tlf.: 52 82 30 00), i oktober 2003. Utplantet 01.11. 2003 i skråningen nordvest for huset her. -

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--- Brennesle / - Samle inn fine eks. ifra flere steder rundt om kring i distriktet / landet. Utplantes hvor hen? -

--- Kjørvel / - Bortved Brønnen? -

--- Ormerot / - Nordøstre enden av eiendommen? -

--- Ramsløk / - Innsamlet ifra Tysnes, ifra Bjoa og? Utplantes hvor hen? Nordøstre enden av eiendommen? -

--- kristtorner (frøplanter ifra eiendommen her) flyttes, utplantes hvor hen? -

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-- Abies balsamea / Pinus balsamea (L.) / Balsamedelgran / Balsam Fir / American Silver Fir [H ], Balm Of Gilead Fir [H ], Balm Of Gilead Fir (Europ [H ], Balsam Fir [L,DEN1,E,FEIS,B,P ], Balsam,Canada [E ], Canada Balsam [H ], Fir [E ] / - 1 stk. kr. 175,- kjøpt 26.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet 27.04. 2004 – På merkelappen ifra Ødegård står det at denne er: ”Amerikansk, kraftig”. - PFAF: ”Known Hazards: The oleoresin (Canada balsam) is reported to produce dermatitis when applied as perfume [222, 269]. The foliage has also induced contact dermatitis [269]. Range: North-eastern N. America - Newfoundland to Virginia, west to Alberta, Michigan and Ohio. Habitat: Low swampy grounds where it is often the major component of forests [82]. Also found on well-drained hillsides [82]. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen tree growing to 15 m by 5 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 2 and is frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower in May, and the seeds ripen from September to October. The scented flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant is not wind tolerant. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy, Deep Shade. Edible Uses: Condiment; Gum; Inner bark; Tea. Inner bark - cooked. It is usually dried, ground into a powder and then used as a thickening in soups etc or mixed with cereals when making bread [105, 177]. Fir bark is a delight to chew in winter or early spring, slightly mucilaginous and sweetish, better raw than cooked [269]. Another report says that it is an emergency food and is only used when all else fails [183]. An aromatic resinous pitch is found in blisters in the bark [64]. When eaten raw it is delicious and chewy [101, 183]. Another report says that the balsam or pitch, in extreme emergency, forms a highly concentrated, though disagreeable, food [269]. An oleoresin from the pitch is used as a flavouring in sweets, baked goods, ice cream and drinks [183]. Tips of young shoots are used as a tea substitute [177, 183]. Medicinal Uses: Analgesic; Antiscorbutic; Antiseptic; Diuretic; Poultice; Stimulant; Tonic; VD. The resin obtained from the balsam fir (see 'Uses notes' below) has been used throughout the world and is a very effective antiseptic and healing agent. It is used as a healing and analgesic protective covering for burns, bruises, wounds and sores [213, 222, 226]. It is also used to treat sore nipples[213] and is said to be one of the best curatives for a sore throat [245]. The buds, resin, and/or sap are used in folk remedies for treating cancers, corns, and warts [269]. The resin is also antiscorbutic, diaphoretic, diuretic, stimulant and tonic [4, 171, 222]. It is used internally in propriety mixtures to treat coughs and diarrhoea, though taken in excess it is purgative [238]. A warm liquid of the gummy sap was drunk as a treatment for gonorrhoea [212]. A tea made from the leaves is antiscorbutic [4, 171]. It is used in the treatment of coughs, colds and fevers [222]. The leaves and young shoots are best harvested in the spring and dried for later use [238]. This plant was widely used medicinally by various North American Indian tribes [257]. The resin was used as an antiseptic healing agent applied externally to wounds, sores, bites etc., it was used as an inhalant to treat headaches and was also taken internally to treat colds, sore throats and various other complaints [257]. Other Uses: Adhesive; Fibre; Kindling; Microscope; Repellent; Resin; Stuffing; Waterproofing; Wood. The balsamic resin 'Balm of Gilead' [11, 46] or 'Canada Balsam' according to other reports [64, 226, 238] is obtained during July and August from blisters in the bark or by cutting pockets in the wood [222]. Another report says that it is a turpentine [171]. The term Canada Balsam is a misnomer because balsams are supposed to contain benzoic and cinnamic acids, both absent from the Canada oleoresin[269]. Turpentine is also a misnomer, implying that the oleoresin is entirely steam volatile. Actually it contains 70 - 80% resin, only 16 - 20% volatile oil [269]. Canada Balsam yields 15 - 25% volatile oil, the resin being used for caulking and incense [269]. It is used medicinally and in dentistry, also in the manufacture of glues, candles and as a cement for microscopes and slides - it has a high refractive index resembling that of glass [11, 46, 64, 82, 222, 226, 238]. The pitch has also been used as a waterproofing material for the seams of canoes [257]. The average yield is about 8 - 10 oz per tree [171]. The resin is also a fixative in soaps and perfumery [171, 238]. "Turpentine" is usually collected during July - August by breaking the turpentine blisters into small metal cans with sharp-pointed lids. Trees are then allowed to recuperate for 1 - 2 years before being harvested again [269]. The leaves and young branches are used as a stuffing material for pillows etc - they impart a pleasant scent [46, 61, 257] and also repel moths [169]. The leaves contain an average of 0.65% essential oil, though it can go up to 1.4% or even higher [269]. One analysis of the essential oils reports 14.6% bornyl acetate, 36.1% b-pinene, 11.1% 3-carene, 11.1% limonene, 6.8% camphene, and 8.4% a-pinene [269]. To harvest the oil, it would appear that the branches should be snipped off younger trees in early spring [269]. Fifteen year old trees yield 70% more leaf oil than 110-year-old trees; oil yields are highest in January - March and September, they are lowest from April to August [269]. A thread can be made from the roots [257]. Wood - light, soft, coarse grained, not strong, not very durable. Weighs 24 lb per cubic foot [235]. Used mainly for pulp, it is not used much for lumber except in the manufacture of crates etc [46, 82, 226, 229]. The wood is commercially valuable for timber even though it is relatively soft, weak, and perishable [269]. Balsam fir is used in the US for timber and plywood, and is the mainstay of the pulp wood industry in the Northeast. The wood, which is rich in pitch, burns well and can be used as a kindling [257] Cultivation details: Prefers a good moist but not water-logged soil [1]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Very shade tolerant, especially when young [81, 126], but growth is slower in dense shade[81]. Intolerant of atmospheric pollution [1]. Prefers slightly acid conditions down to a pH of about 5 [200], though the cultivar 'Hudsonia' is more tolerant of alkaline conditions [238]. Prefers growing on a north-facing slope [200]. A shallow-rooted plant, making it vulnerable to high winds [229]. Balsam fir is estimated to tolerate an annual precipitation of 60 to 150cm, an annual temperature range of 5 to 12°C, and a pH of 4.5 to 7.5 [269]. The balsam fir is a fast-growing tree in its native environment [229], but it is fairly short-lived and slow growing in Britain, becoming ungainly after about 20 years [11, 64, 81]. It grows best in the Perthshire valleys of Scotland [11, 185]. New growth takes place from late May to the end of July[185]. Trees are very cold hardy but are often excited into premature growth in mild winters and this new growth is susceptible to damage by late frosts [11]. Female strobili may be wholly or partially aborted up to 6 to 8 weeks after bud burst by late spring frosts [269]. Pollen dispersal can be reduced by adverse weather [269]. Trees should be planted into their permanent positions when they are quite small, between 30 and 90 cm in height. Larger trees will check badly and hardly put on any growth for several years. This also badly affects root development and wind resistance [200]. Trees have a thin bark and are therefore susceptible to forest fires [229]. This species is closely related to A. fraseri [11]. Plants are strongly outbreeding, self-fertilized seed usually grows poorly [200]. They hybridize freely with other members of this genus [200]. The cones break up on the tree and if seed is required it should be harvested before the cones break up in early autumn [80]. Whilst the typical species is too large for most gardens, there are some named slow-growing dwarf forms that can be grown [238]. Whilst these will not provide the resin, their leaves can be used medicinally [K]. The leaves are strongly aromatic of balsam when crushed[185]. The tree is sometimes grown and used as a 'Christmas tree' [226]. Propagation: Seed - sow early February in a greenhouse or outdoors in March [78]. Germination is often poor, usually taking about 6 - 8 weeks [78]. Stratification is said to produce a more even germination so it is probably best to sow the seed in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in the autumn [80, 113]. Stored seeds should be moist stratified 14 - 28 days at 1 - 5°C, though fresh seed may be sown in autumn without stratification, with target seedling densities in the nursery ca 450 - 500/m2, often mulched with sawdust. The seed remains viable for up to 5 years if it is well stored [113]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on for at least their first winter in pots. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Of slow initial growth, the stock is usually outplanted as 2- to 3-year-old seedlings or 3- to 4-year-old transplants. Alternatively, if you have sufficient seed, it is possible to sow in an outdoor seedbed. One report says that it is best to grow the seedlings on in the shade at a density of about 550 plants per square metre [78] whilst another report says that they are best grown on in a sunny position [80]. Trees often self-layer in the wild [226], so this might be a means of increasing named varieties in cultivation [K]. Scent: Leaves: Crushed. The leaves are strongly aromatic of balsam when crushed.” -

-- Abies concolor / Koloradoedelgran / Koloradogran (Colorad, 2 år) / - 20 m høyt tre, sølvfarvet hvit på undersiden av baret. - H 6. Planteavstand: 2 – 5 m. Nøysom, men trives best i humusrik, godt grøftet jord med lav pH. - 10 stk. (12 egentlig ankom) ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. – Utplantet 12 stk. 31.03. 2004, derav 10 stk. i en rett linje nordøst til sørvest med 3 stk. fraseredelgran nederst (nø), parallelt (ca. 2 m sør for) serbergran. Og 1 stk. øverst på den rette linjen med serbergran, pluss 1 stk. ca. 2 m nordvest for denne. -

-- Abies fraseri / Frasers Fir / Fraseredelgran (Virginia, 2 år) / - 10 stk. ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. - Utplantet 6 stk. 30.03. 2004 med følgende koordinater: 3 stk. rundt Aesculus hippocastanum (ca. 20 m øst for sørøstre hjørnet til Fjøsbygningen), ca. 4 m ifra den – den ene sørøst for den, den andre nordvest for den, og den tredje nord for den. Og 3 stk. på rett nordgående linje ca. 3 m ifra Prunus serrulata Kanzan, med ca. 4 m melomrom (bort mot lerketrærne). – Utplantet 4 stk. 31.03. 2004 i en rett linje parallell med 10 stk. serbergran nordøstlig og oppover og den 4. ca. 2 m sør for og mellom nr. 2 og 3. -

-- Abies grandis / Abies excelsior (Franco.) / Giant Fir / Grand Fir (USA) / Kjempe-edelgran / - Trolig denne sorten? Var og hentet noen eks. i Haugesund våren 2003, som jeg pottet og har utplantet her noen eks. av. - PFAF: ”Range: Western N. America - British Columbia to California, east to Montana and Idaho. Habitat: Found in a variety of soils, but the best specimens are growing in deep rich alluvial soils [229] It ranges from the coast to inland elevations of about 2000 metres if growing by streams [60, 82]. Physical Characteristics

An evergreen tree growing to 75 m by 8 m at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 6 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, and the seeds ripen from September to October. The scented flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid and neutral soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. It cannot tolerate atmospheric pollution. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Canopy, Deep Shade. Edible Uses: Drink; Gum; Inner bark; Tea. Inner bark - cooked. It is usually dried, ground into a powder and then used as a thickening in soups etc or mixed with cereals when making bread [161]. It is best used in the spring when it is rich and juicy [213]. An emergency food, it is only used when all else fails [183]. The gum from the trunk is hardened (probably in cold water [K]) and used as a chewing gum [257]. It can also be made into a drink [257]. Young shoot tips are used as a tea substitute [183, 257]. Medicinal Uses: Antirheumatic; Laxative; Ophthalmic; Skin; Stomachic; TB; Tonic. A gum that exudes from the bark is used externally as an ointment [245]. It has also been used as a wash for sore and infected eyes and as a gargle for sore throats [257]. A decoction is laxative and tonic, it is used to treat stomach problems [257]. Externally, the gum is applied as a poultice to cuts and sores [257]. A decoction of the root bark or stem is used in the treatment of stomach problems and TB [257]. A poultice is applied to joints to ease rheumatism or to the chest to treat lung haemorrhages [257]. A decoction of the leaves is used as a tonic and in the treatment of colds [257]. Other Uses: Baby care; Dye; Incense; Repellent; Roofing; Wood.

The aromatic leaves are used as a moth repellent [169]. The boughs have been used in the home as an incense [257]. A pink dye can be obtained from the bark [226]. The dried and hardened pitch can be chewed as a tooth cleanser [257]. A powder made from the dried and crushed leaves was used as a baby powder by the N. American Indians [226]. The bark can be used as a waterproof covering material for buildings and canoes [257]. Wood - light, soft, coarse grained, not strong, not very durable. Used for interior work, cases, etc [46, 61, 82]. Of little value as a lumber, it is used mainly for pulp and fuel [229, 257]. Cultivation details: Prefers a good moist but not water-logged soil [1]. Grows well in heavy clay soils and succeeds in poor sandy soils [185]. Very shade tolerant, especially when young, but growth is slower in dense shade [81]. Intolerant of atmospheric pollution [1]. Trees succeeds in very exposed positions, even if the top is blown out by the wind the trees make one or more new tops and continue growing with no loss of vigour [11, 185]. Prefers slightly acid conditions down to a pH of about 5 [200]. Prefers growing on a north-facing slope [200]. This species thrives exceedingly well in the moister parts of Britain, where it grows very quickly [11]. It is cultivated for timber in W. and N. Europe [50]. Trees are slow growing for the first few years but they are then quite fast with trees growing 60 - 100 cm in height and 8 cm in girth per year even when they are quite large [1, 185]. New growth takes place from early May to July [185]. Trees grow best in the Perthshire valleys of Scotland and in the far west of Britain [11]. Some trees have reached heights in excess of 60 metres in 100 years in Wales and Scotland, making them amongst the tallest trees in Europe [200]. A very ornamental plant [1], it is rarely harmed by disease, insects or frost [1]. The crushed leaves have a fruity orange-flavoured aroma [185]. Trees should be planted into their permanent positions when they are quite small, between 30 and 90 cm in height. Larger trees will check badly and hardly put on any growth for several years. This also badly affects root development and wind resistance [200]. Plants are strongly outbreeding, self-fertilized seed usually grows poorly [200]. They hybridize freely with other members of this genus [200]. Propagation: Seed - sow early February in a greenhouse or outdoors in March [78]. Germination is often poor, usually taking about 6 - 8 weeks [78]. Stratification is said to produce a more even germination so it is probably best to sow the seed in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in the autumn [80, 113]. The seed remains viable for up to 5 years if it is well stored [113]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on for at least their first winter in pots. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Alternatively, if you have sufficient seed, it is possible to sow in an outdoor seedbed. One report says that it is best to grow the seedlings on in the shade at a density of about 550 plants per square metre[78] whilst another report says that they are best grown on in a sunny position [80]. Scent: Leaves: Fresh Crushed. The crushed leaves have a fruity orange-flavoured aroma. The growing plant exudes a pungent, balsamic fragrance.” -

-- Abies koreana / Koreaedelgran (Dyrlund, 2 år) / - 5 – 15 m høyt tre, H 5. Planteavstand: 2 – 5 m. - 10 stk. (+ 2 = 14 stk.) ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. Utplantet 10 stk. 29.03. 2004 i nedkant (øst) for epletreet Karin Schneider og Abies sibirica øst for det store nye stein-fjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset. 4 stk. av de med ca. 2 m mellomrom øst for (og ca. 2 m ifra) den sørlige rekken Abies sibirica. 3 stk. i rad parallell 2 m ifra imot nord. 1 stk. ca. 5 m sør for hengealmen, o 1 stk. a. 5 m sør (+ 1 m vest) for hengepæetre, og 1 stk. ca. 4 m ifra epletreet Karin Schneider? – Utplantet 2 stk. høsten 2003 sørvest for Snekkerbua. -

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-- Abies lasiocarpa / Fjelledelgran (Summit L, 2 år) / - 20 – 30 m høyt tre, H 7. Planteavstand: 2 – 10 m. Nøysom, men trives best i humusrik, godt grøftet og nøytral jord. - 12 stk. ifa Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. –

-- Abies nordmanniana / Nordmannsedelgran / Nordmannsgran (Ambrola, 2 år) / - 20 – 30 m høyt tre, H 4. Planteavstand: 2 – 10 m. Nøysom, men trives best i humusrik, godt grøftet jord med lav pH. - 10 stk. ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. Ca. 6 m vest for sørligste av tre almetrær (samtidig utplantet) går en rett linje vestover (litt sørlig) hvor 6 stk. nordmannsedelgran ble utplantet 21.03. 2004 med ca. 2 m mellomrom. Og 5 stk. dårlige eks. utplantet ca. 6 m nord for de to første. -

-- Abies procera / Pinus nobilis (D.Don.), Abies nobilis ((Douglas. Ex D.Don.)Lindl.) / Noble Fir / Nobeledelgran / Nobelgran / - 15 – 20 m høyt tre, H 3. Planteavstand: 2 – 10 m. Nøysom, men trives best i humusrik, godt grøftet og noe sur jord (lav pH). - 10 stk. (F543, 2 år) . ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. Utplantet - PFAF: ”Range: Western N. America - Washington to N. California. Self-sows in Britain - in Scotland [11]. Habitat: Deep forests at elevations between 600 - 1500 metres [60]. The best specimens are found in deep rich soils with a short cool growing season and abundant annual precipitation, mainly as snow [229]. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen tree growing to 60 m by 5 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in leaf all year, and the seeds ripen in September. The flowers are monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and are pollinated by Wind. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness.

The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay and nutritionally poor soils. The plant prefers acid and neutral soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant can tolerates strong winds but not maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations

Woodland, Canopy.Edible Uses: None known. Medicinal Uses: Pectoral. A decoction of the leaves has been used as a cough medicine [257]. Other Uses: Wood. Wood - light, hard, strong, close grained, works easily. Used for lumber, interior work, pulp etc [46, 61, 82, 229]. Cultivation details: Prefers a good moist but not water-logged soil [1]. Succeeds in cold exposed positions and in poor mountain peats [11]. Succeeds in poor thin soils so long as sufficient moisture is present [229]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Plants are very shade tolerant, especially when young, but they grow more slowly in dense shade [81]. Intolerant of atmospheric pollution [1]. Prefers slightly acid conditions with a pH down to about 5 [200]. Grows well on a north-facing slope [200]. A long-lived tree in the wild, with specimens more than 600 years old recorded [229]. It is a very ornamental tree [1], but is very susceptible to damage by aphis in some areas of the country [1, 11]. Planted for timber in W. and N. Europe [50], in Britain it grows best in wetter parts of the country such as the Perthshire valleys of Scotland [11]. Trees do not grow well in the drier areas of Britain [81]. In a suitable site it can make new growth of 1 metre a year until it is 25 metres tall when growth slows [185]. Exposure seems to severely limit growth in height in southern and eastern regions but less so in areas of high rainfall such as N. Wales and Argyll [185]. New growth takes place from early June to August [185]. Trees should be planted into their permanent positions when they are quite small, between 30 and 90 cm in height. Larger trees will check badly and hardly put on any growth for several years. This also badly affects root development and wind resistance [200]. Trees are sometimes used as 'Christmas trees' [200]. Plants are strongly outbreeding, self-fertilized seed usually grows poorly[200]. They hybridize freely with other members of this genus [200]. Propagation: Seed - sow early February in a greenhouse or outdoors in March [78]. Germination is often poor, usually taking about 6 - 8 weeks [78]. Stratification is said to produce a more even germination so it is probably best to sow the seed in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in the autumn [80, 113]. The seed remains viable for up to 5 years if it is well stored [113]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on for at least their first winter in pots. Plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Alternatively, if you have sufficient seed, it is possible to sow in an outdoor seedbed. One report says that it is best to grow the seedlings on in the shade at a density of about 550 plants per square metre [78] whilst another report says that they are best grown on in a sunny position [80].” -

-- Abies sibirica / Sibiredelgran / - 20 – 30 m høyt tre, H7. Planteavstand: 2 – 10 m. – 10 stk. våren 2003, ca. 2 – 3 år gamle, kjøpt hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik. – Utplantet 10 stk. 29.03. 2004 i nedkant (øst) for nye store steinbedplassen. Koordinater: 4 stk. med ca. 2 m avstand nedover (øst) for (og 2 m ifra) den nordligste av de 3 Abies veitchii utplantet samme dag. Nr. 5 ca. 2 m nord for den nordligste av de fire nevnte, og nr. 6 ca. 2 m øst for nr. 5. Nr. 7 ca. 2 m øst for den midterste av de nevnte tre Abies veitchii, nr. 8 ca. 4 m øst for nr. 7 (og dermed bare få m ifra Pinus nigra var. nigra), nr. 9 ca. 2 m øst for nr. 8 og nr. 10 ca. 2 m øst for nr. 9. -

-- Abies veitchii / Veitchs Silver Fir / Fuji-edelgran / Veitchedelgran / - 15 – 20 m høyt tre, H 4 – H 5. Planteavstand: 2 – 5 m. Nøysom, men trives best i humusrik, godt grøftet jord med lav pH. - 10 stk. (Japan, 2 år) ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS våren 2003. Utplantet 29.03. 2004 til sammen 3 stk. ved den store steinbedplassen (som vi er kommet et godt stykke med, med steiner ifra den nye store åkeren, ”valurt-ring-åkeren”) det ene ca. 3 m sør for hybrid-gullregntreet der, det andre noen få meter lengre sør og det tredje 5 – 6 m lengre sør enn det andre. – Utplantet 2 eller 3 eller 4 stk. høsten 2003 rett sørvest for Snekkerbua. – Noen få døde for meg våren 2003 litt efter at de ankom hit og var pottet, tålte da tilsynelatende lite sterkt sollys. -

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-- Achantus mollis / / - Staude. Kjøpt 04.11. 2003. Utplantet på platået mellom Snekkerbua og Dassen, efter at moskusendene hærjet med planten. Håper den overlever ifra roten. -

-- Achillea

-- Acer

-- Acer campestre / Field Maple / Naverlønn / - Kjøpt (kr. 145,-) hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 2002. Utplantet ca. 8 m øst for hybridgullregntreet og den nordligste av de tre Abies veitchii øst for det store stein-fjell-bedet øst for Hønsehuset. -

-- Acer palmatum / Smooth Japanese Maple / Viftelønn / -

-- Acer palmatum Sangokaku (Senkaki / Coral-barked Maple) / Viftelønn / - Koralrød bark. – ”Produces incredibly bright carmine-red shoots. These can be perpetuated by periodically lightly pruning them back.” - Kjøpt hos Karmøy Hagesenter / Grønt Miljø (tlf.: 52 82 30 00), i oktober 2003. Utplantet 01.11. 2003 ca. 10 meter nordøst for det gamle plommetreet. -

-- Acer platanoides / Norway Maple / Spisslønn / - 20 m høyt tre med bred krone. H 6. Planteavstand: 15 – 25 m. Nøysom. – 1 stk. kjøpt (kr. 100,-) hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 2002, utplantet - 10 stk. innkjøpt våren 2003 ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskoler AS. Utplantet -

-- Acer tartaricum ssp. ginnala (Acer ginnala) / Tartarian Maple / Sibirlønn / - 1 stk. (kr. 50,-) kjøpt hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 2002, utplantet -

-- Acer x1 / - Lønnetre. Nokså gule blader med rødlig stilk. - 1 stk. småplante utplantet 18.07 2004 (foreløbig?) ved Bålplassens sørvestre hjørne. -

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-- Achillea ptarmica Die Perle / The Pearl / Boule de Neige / Nyseryllik (N) / Nyserøllike / Sneezewort / Vitpytta / Koreakarsamo / Bertramsgarbe / Sumpfgarbe / Weisser Dorant / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: 6 – 9. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 5,- (salg) Etne Hagesenter i Etne 27.04. 2004, utplantet 08.05. 2004 inntil den store sørligste furustubben på Trampolineplassen. -

-- Acorus calamus / Sweet Flag / Kalmusrot, Rotkalmus (N) / - Staude. Vannplante. Høyde: 50 - 100 cm. Blomst: VVI-VII. Gulgrønn. Full sol helst, evt. halvskygge. Bruksområde: Ved dammer og vannanlegg. Opprinnelse: Asia. Vokser vilt i Norge og store deler av Europa. Innført i Øst-Europa på 1200-tallet. - Var med på flyttelasset ifra Høylandet 2002. Trolig kjøpt 2001 hos Steinkjer Hagesenter AS, N-7700 Steinkjer. Tlf.: 74 16 27 98. – Utplantet 2002 nordøstre enden av eiendommen her, samt nede ved vannet der hvor bekken renner ut i vannet. –

-- Acorus calamus Variegata / Kalmusrot (N) / Bonte kalmoes / Bunter Kalmus / Striped sweet flag (GB) / Acore strie / - Staude. Høyde: 60 – 80 cm. Sol, halvskygge. Blomstring: - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy Hagesenter (Flyplassveien), utplantet 05.07. 2005 nordsiden av Huset her. Dvs. ca. 9, 5 m n og 4 m v for Husets nø hjørne. -

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-- Actinidia arguta Issai / Japankiwi, Minikiwi / - Flere eks. kjøpt og utplantet 2003. Et eks. (og en Humuls lupulus!) inntil den store bjørkestubben sør på Trampolineplassen. Og 1 stk. inntil epletreet Dolgo få m øst for huset her. Og 1 stk. inntil plommetreet nærmest og ved Gudmunddammen. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 04.10. 2004, utplantet 07.10. 2004 ca. 1, 5 m sør og 0, 5 m? vest for Hønsehusets sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Actinidia chinensis / Kiwi / Chinese goosberry / - PFAF: ”This species is the parent of the cultivated Kiwi fruits, these cultivars are now included under the name Actinidia deliciosa [200]. (…) Physical Characteristics: A decidious climber growing to 7.5 m. It is hardy to zone 7 and is frost tender. The scented flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Bees and insects. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Cultivation details: Prefers a sound loamy neutral soil [1, 200]. Succeeds in semi-shade but full sun is best for fruit production [200]. Prefers a sheltered position [200]. The dormant plant is hardy to about -15°c [184], though new growth in spring is very susceptible to frost damage [11]. This species is the parent of the cultivated Kiwi fruits, these cultivars are now included under the name A. deliciosa [200]. Fruits are formed on second year wood and also on fruit spurs on older wood [126], any pruning is best carried out in the winter [219]. The flowers are sweetly scented [245]. This is a climbing plant, supporting itself by twining around branches etc [200]. The ssp. A. chinensis setosa.(newly named, no author as yet) is found in Taiwan from 1300 – 2600 m [198]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Dioecious. Male and female plants must be grown if seed is required.” – “Special qualities: Tolerates drought  no Tolerates high humidity  no Tolerates seaside conditions  no Insect resistant  no Disease resistant  no Deer resistant  no Best uses    Symbiosis  Attracts butterflies  no Attracts hummingbirds  no Autumn foliage  no Colorful berries  no.” -

-- Actinidia deliciosa / Kiwi / Kiwi fruit / Actinidia chinensis deliciosa ((A.Chev.)A.Chev.) / - Fikk et eks. ifra Eilif Aas våren 2003. Utplantet – ”PFAF: ”Physical Characteristics: A decidious climber growing to 9 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7 and is frost tender. It is in flower from July to August. The scented flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Bees and insects. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations

Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. -

Cultivar 'Yellow Mountains': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall.
Cultivar 'Tomuri': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall.
Cultivar 'Saanichton 12': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall.
Cultivar 'Hayward': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall.
Cultivar 'Blake': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall.
Cultivar 'Abbot': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. –

Cultivation details: Prefers a sound loamy acid soil, it dislikes alkaline soils and becomes chlorotic at pH 6 or higher [11]. Tolerates a pH in the range 5.5 to 7.3. Succeeds in semi-shade but full sun is best for fruit production [3, 126, 200]. Prefers a sheltered position [200]. Does well when grown into trees [K]. Plants requires a 6 - 8 month frost-free growing season [160, 200]. They are hardy to about -12°c when fully dormant but young growth is very subject to damage by late frosts, being killed back at -2°c [160, 200]. Plants also require a winter chilling of 600 - 1100 hours below 7°c and a long warm summer to ripen the fruit [200]. Plants fruit on second year wood or on fruit spurs produced on older wood [126], any pruning is best carried out in the winter [219]. The flowers are sweetly scented [245]. A very ornamental plant [1], it is widely cultivated in warm temperate zones for its edible fruit, there are many named varieties [183, 200]. The fruit can store for up to 9 months at 0°c with a relative humidity of 90%, but under domestic conditions 4 - 6 weeks is optimal [200]. This is a rampant climbing plant, supporting itself by twining around branches etc [200]. Plants have been seen with very good crops of fruit at the Hillier Arboretum in Hampshire in several autumns. These plants had outgrown their planned supports and had climbed 15 metres into neighbouring trees. The main problem with them would be how to harvest the fruit [K]. The female 'Heywood' is the most commonly cultivated form in Britain (1993), its fruits store well but it tends to flower late and there can be problems with pollination [126]. The cultivar 'Blake' is said to be fast cropping and self-fertile [200]. The male 'Tomurii' is free-flowering and disease-resistant [202]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Plants are usually dioecious, but hermaphrodite forms are known. However, the fruit quality and yield of these hermaphrodite forms is usually inferior [11]. Male and female plants must usually be grown if seed is required, one male to five or six females is normally adequate. Propagation: Seed - sow spring in a greenhouse [133]. It is probably best if the seed is given 3 months stratification [113], either sow it in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in November or as soon as it is received. Fresh seed germinates in 2 - 3 months at 10°c, stored seed can take longer [133]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. When the plants are 30 cm or more tall, plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts [K]. Most seedlings are male [126]. The seedlings are subject to damping off, they must be kept well ventilated [113]. Cuttings of softwood as soon as ready in spring in a frame [K]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame. Very high percentage [113]. Cuttings of ripe wood, October / November in a frame. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The flowers are sweetly scented. Cultivars: 'Yellow Mountains' - A form from the Yellow Mountains of China, it has relatively small fruit of excellent eating quality [183]. Being tested in North Carolina (1993), it has the potential of fruiting more successfully in cooler climates than standard cultivars [183]. - 'Tomuri' - A late-flowering male form, it has been selected as a pollinator for 'Heywood' [183]. - 'Saanichton 12' - The fruit is large and sweet [183]. This cultivar has grown well on Vancouver Island, Canada, for several years, it is not harmed by winter temperatures that have damaged other cultivars [183]. Recommended for garden use, it is also being investigated as a possible commercial cultivar [183]. - 'Janine' - A hermaphrodite form, therefore it does not require a male plant for fertilization. We do not as yet have any information on fruit quality. - 'Hayward' - A very large fruit, of superior flavour [183]. It stores longer than most cultivars [183]. This cultivar is the most commonly cultivated form in Britain (1993), its fruits store well but it tends to flower very late [183] and there can be problems with pollination. - 'Blake' - A relatively small fruit, it tends to taper near the blossom end [183]. Ripening 6 - 8 weeks earlier than 'Hayward', it therefore considerably extends the fruiting season [183]. A precocious and productive plant, it can produce a crop in as little as 1 year after being grafted [183]. It flowers very early and is said to be self-fertile [183]. - 'Abbot' - A small to medium-size fruit, the skin has especially dense long hairs [183]. Well-flavoured [183]. The fruits are small unless they are well-thinned [183]. A vigorous, early-flowering, productive vine, cropping heavily whilst still young [183].” -

-- Actinidia deliciosa Jenny / Kiwi / Kiwi fruit / Actinidia chinensis deliciosa ((A.Chev.)A.Chev.) / - Selvbestøvende kultivar. - 1 stk. kjøpt (salg) senhøsten 2003, utplantet sørsiden av Fjøsbygningen inntil pæretreet Broket Juli ca. 1 - 2 m ifra Fjøsbygningens sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa / chinensis ? Frøplante nr. 1, Kiwi / Kiwi / Chinese goosberry / - 1 stk. frøplante ifra kiwi spiret 2004 utplantet 15.08. 2004 inntil sørsiden av Hønsehuset. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa / chinensis ? Frøplante nr. 2, Kiwi / Kiwi / Chinese goosberry / - 1 stk. frøplante ifra kiwi spiret 2004 utplantet 15.08. 2004 inntil sørsiden av Låvebroen. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa / chinensis ? Frøplante nr. 3, Kiwi / Kiwi / Chinese goosberry / - 1 stk. frøplante ifra kiwi spiret 2004 utplantet 15.08. 2004 inntil Rosa Aicha (som altså ikke er Fruhlingsduft) sør for sørvestre hjørnet av Hønsehuset. -

-- Actinidia deliciosa / chinensis ? Frøplante nr. 4, Kiwi / Kiwi / Chinese goosberry / - 1 stk.. frøplante ifra kiwi spiret 2004 utplantet 16.08. 2004 mellom de to dørene på vestsiden av Hønsehuset. Jorden der er meget fuktig og næringsrik. Kan planten overleve vinteren og fjærfeet der, vil det vel være utrolig, og om det er en hunplante og den overlever og går seg til vil det vel komme til å bli svært så mye vekst og frukter! -

-- Actinidia deliciosa / chinensis ? Frøplante nr. 4, Kiwi / Kiwi / Chinese goosberry / -

-- Actinidia kolomikta / Rødkattebusk / - 2 stk. utplantet 2003, den ene Den andre -

Physical Characteristics: A decidious climber growing to 10m. It is hardy to zone 4 and is frost tender. It is in flower in June. The scented flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Bees and insects. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. - Cultivar 'Aromatnaya': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Cultivar 'Krupnopladnaya': Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. - Edible Uses: Fruit; Leaves.

Fruit - raw, cooked or dried for later use [1, 3, 105, 183]. Sweet and agreeable [1, 74]. It contains up to 5 times the vitamin C of blackcurrants [74]. The fruit is up to 2cm in diameter [198]. It contains a number of small seeds, but these are easily eaten with the fruit [K]. Young leaves – cooked [105, 177]. Used as a potherb or added to soups [183]. Cultivation details: Prefers a sound loamy neutral soil [11, 200]. Succeeds in semi-shade but full sun is best for fruit production [200]. Another report says that the plant prefers semi-shade [160]. Prefers a sheltered position [200]. When grown in a sunny position the leaves normally develop a strong variegation [219]. Prefers a neutral soil, plants become more variegated when they are grown in a limy soil [200]. Very cold resistant, dormant plants are hardy to at least -30°c but new growth in spring can be cut back by late frosts [74, 160, 200]. Plants grow well on a wall and can also be grown into trees [1]. Cats are very fond of this plant and can damage it by scratching it etc [1, 3, 200]. A very ornamental plant [1], there are some named varieties that have been selected for their edible fruit [183, 200]. The form most often cultivated in this country is a male and it is quite possible that all the plants grown here have been developed from a single clone [219]. Often confused with the closely related A. polygama, but it can be distinguished by its leaves which are heart-shaped at the base whilst those of A. polygama are tapered [219]. Fruits are produced on second year wood or on fruit spurs on older wood [126], any pruning is best carried out in the winter [219]. The flowers are sweetly scented [184]. This is a climbing plant, supporting itself by twining around branches etc [200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Dioecious. Male and female plants must be grown if seed is required. Propagation: Seed - sow spring in a greenhouse [133]. It is probably best if the seed is given 3 months stratification [113], either sow it in a cold frame as soon as it is ripe in November or as soon as it is received. Fresh seed germinates in 2 - 3 months at 10°c, stored seed can take longer [133]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. When the plants are 30cm or more tall, plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts [K]. Most seedlings are male [126]. The seedlings are subject to damping off, they must be kept well ventilated [113]. Cuttings of softwood as soon as ready in spring in a frame [K]. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame. Very high percentage [113]. Cuttings of ripe wood, October / November in a frame. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The flowers are sweetly scented. - Cultivars: 'Krupnopladnaya' 'Krupnaya Michurinskaya' - 'Large Fruited' 'Michurin's Large' - A very large, smooth-skinned fruit, the sugar content is around 14% when fully ripe, it is high in vitamin C and has an excellent flavour [183]. A moderately vigorous, very productive plant, it is very ornamental and has withstood temperatures down to at least -38°c [183]. - 'Aromatnaya' - A medium-size fruit, the sugar content is around 20% when fully ripe, vitamin C content is medium-high and the fruit ripens in late summer [183]. A productive plant [183].” -

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-- Aesculus hippocastanum / Common Horse Chestnut / Vanlig Hestekastanje / - 2 stk. er til sammen utplantet tidligere pr. 09.11. 2003. Begge i 2002. - RLH, 05.08. 2004: Og 1 stk. spirt ifra frø her hjemme (ifra hagen til Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 2004) våren 2004 i fin vekst her ute i potte. RLH, 03.11. 2004: Dette lille hestekastanjetreet spiret i år ble i dag utplantet ca. 6 m nord og 2, 5 m øst for det største (og første) hestekastanjetreet. -

-- Agapanthus africanus, blau (blå) / Schmucklilie / African lily / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: juni – august. Sol. “Lebensbereich: Freiflache / Terassen. Diese dekorative Pflanze ist nicht ganz winterhart und wird am Besten in Topfen oder Kubeln aufgestellt oder eingesenkt. Uberwinterung kuhl, frostfrei und trocken.“ – 1 stk. (kr. 59,-) kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 07.04. 2004 ca. 1 m ifra sørøstre hjørnet til huset her, sørvestlig retning. – Og 1 stk. (salg) kjøpt 24.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet - PFAF: ”An evergreen bulb growing to 1m by 0.5m. It is hardy to zone 9 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from July to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness.” -

-- Agastache foeniculum / - Staude. Høyde: 90 cm. Blomstring: Rødlige blomster. VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Bed. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 ca. 3 m øst og 1 m sør for Vedbuas nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Agastache foeniculum / Anisisop, Tyggeblad (Norge) / Anise hyssop / Anise Hyssop / Blue Giant Hyssop / Blue Giant-hyssop / Lavender Hyssop / Licorice Mint / Wonder Honey Plant / - Staude. - Flere stk. utplantet 2002 / 2003, og iallfall 2 forskjellige kultivarer. I skråningen og sørsiden av huset. – PFAF: ”Habitat: Dry thickets, fields and waste ground [43] on prairies and plains [235] (…) Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 0.9m by 0.4m. It is hardy to zone 8 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in July, and the seeds ripen in August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Cultivated Beds. Cultivar 'Texas American': Cultivated Beds. Edible Uses: Leaves; Tea. Leaves and flowers - raw or cooked. They are used as a flavouring in raw or cooked dishes [108, 177, 257]. Excellent raw, they have a sweet aniseed flavour and are one of our favourite flavourings in salads [K]. They make a delicious addition to the salad bowl [183] and can also be used to flavour cooked foods, especially acid fruits [K].The only drawback to the leaves is that they tend to have a drying effect in the mouth and so cannot be eaten in quantity [K]. A pleasant tasting tea is made from the leaves [46, 61, 161, 183]. Medicinal Uses: Cardiac; Diaphoretic; Pectoral; Poultice. The leaves are cardiac and diaphoretic [222, 238, 257]. An infusion of the leaves is used in the treatment of colds, fevers, weak heart etc [222]. When left to go cold, the infusion is used to treat pains in the chest (such as when the lungs are sore from too much coughing) [207]. A poultice of leaves and stems can be used to treat burns [257]. Other Uses: None known: Cultivation details: Prefers a sunny position and a dry well-drained soil [187, 200]. This species is not hardy in the colder areas of the country, it tolerates temperatures down to between -5 and -10°c [200]. The young growth in spring is very susceptible to slug damage [K]. The flowering plants are very attractive to bees and butterflies [K]. There is at least one named variety. 'Texas American' has an anise-pennyroyal fragrance and is used in a similar way to the species [183]. Propagation: Seed - sow spring in a greenhouse and only just cover the seed. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months at 13°c [133]. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in the greenhouse for their first year. Plant out in late spring or early summer [K]. Division in spring. Fairly simple, if large divisions are used it is possible to plant them straight out into their permanent positions. Basal cuttings of young shoots in spring [111]. Harvest the young shoots when they are about 10 – 15 cm tall and pot them up in a lightly shaded position in a greenhouse. They should root within 3 weeks and can be planted out in the summer or following spring. Cultivars: 'Texas American' This form has an anise-pennyroyal fragrance and is used in a similar way to the species [183].” -

-- Agastache rugosa Alabaster / Korean mint / Koreansk mynte (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol. Hvite blomster. Solitær og kantvekst. – 1 stk. kjøpt Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund 24.05. 2004, utplantet samme kvelden ca.7 m nord og 2,5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt samme sted 17.09. 2004, utplantet 18.09. 2004 ca. 4 m sørøst for sørøstre hjørnet til den store steinen i grunnen inntil Gudmunddammen. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt (70 % rabatt, høstsalg) samme sted 08.11. 2004, utplantet samme dag ved Gudmund-dammen. - PFAF: „Perennial growing to 1m by 0.6m . It is hardy to zone 8 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from July to September, and the seeds ripen in September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Edible Uses: Condiment; Leaves; Seed; Tea. Young leaves - raw or cooked [177]. A strong anise-like fragrance, they are normally used as a flavouring [183] or as an addition to the salad bowl[238]. We find them a bit coarse and too strong for use as a salad [K]. The leaves can be used as a tea substitute [183]. A pleasant flavour [238]. The seed is possibly edible [177]. No further details. The seed certainly should not be poisonous, but it is very small and its use would be very fiddly [K]. (…) Medicinal Uses: Antibacterial; Antifungal; Antipyretic; Aromatic; Cancer; Carminative; Diaphoretic; Febrifuge; Refrigerant; Stomachic. Korean mint is commonly used in Chinese herbalism, where it is considered to be one of the 50 fundamental herbs [218]. Considered to be a "warming" herb, it is used in situations where there is "dampness" within the digestive system, resulting in poor digestion and reduced vitality [254]. The leaves and stems are antibacterial, antifungal, aromatic, carminative, diaphoretic, febrifuge and stomachic [147, 176, 218, 238]. They are used internally to improve the appetite and strengthen the digestive system[238], they relieve symptoms such as abdominal bloating, indigestion, nausea and vomiting[254]. It is also used to treat morning sickness [254]. The leaves are also used in the treatment of chest congestion, diarrhoea and headaches [218]. An infusion of the leaves is used in the treatment of angina pains [222]. The plant is used as a folk remedy for cancer, extracts of the plant have shown anticancer activity [218]. (…) Cultivation details: Prefers a sunny sheltered position and a well-drained soil [200]. This species is not hardy in the colder areas of the country, it tolerates temperatures down to between -5 and -10°c [200]. The flowers are very attractive to bees [244]. Propagation: Seed - sow spring in a greenhouse and only just cover the seed. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months at 13°c [133]. Prick out the seedlings into individual pots when they are large enough to handle and grow them on in the greenhouse for their first year. Plant out in late spring or early summer [K]. Division in spring. Fairly simple, if large divisions are used it is possible to plant them straight out into their permanent positions. Basal cuttings of young shoots in spring [111]. Harvest the young shoots when they are about 10 – 15 cm tall and pot them up in a lightly shaded position in a greenhouse. They should root within 3 weeks and can be planted out in the summer or following spring.” -

-- Agastache hybrid Blue Fortune / Anisisop / Tyggeblad / Anisurt / Hjertensfryd / Hysope anisee / Nettle Leaf / Kuntze / - Staude. Blomstring: 7 – 9. Sol. Høyde: 100 cm. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 07.04. 2004 ca. 4 m nordvest for nordvestre hjørnet til huset her, ca. 2, 5 m øst for plommetreet (Shiro?), inntil muren (nedsiden). - Noen eks. også utplantet 2002 / 2003. – 1 stk. utplantet 2002 / 2003 ca. 4 m sør for kjøkkenvinduet huset her. RLH, 05.08. 2004: Mange selvsådde frøplanter dukket opp der omkring våren 2004 og vokser nu fint. -

-- Ajuga pyramidalis ? / Jonsokkoll / - Staude. - 2 stk. av denne? tatt med 17.05. 2004 ifra området omkring Naustet vårt (tilhørende eiendommen her) ved sjøen (Ålfjorden, Atlanterhavet), hvor det vokste flere eks., plantet samme dag, mot kvelden, den ene med dårlig rot i potte (inntil nordsiden huset her) nu først, den andre foreløbig inntil Rosa The Alchymist (utplantet forleden) sørøst for sørøstre hjørnet til Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Ajuga reptans / Krypjonsokkoll / - Staude. – Utplantet tidligere, pr. okt. 2003. -

-- Akebia / - "Familie: Lardizabalaceae, 7 genera and 35 species. Akebia trifoliata (Akebia lobata) and Akebia quinata are native to China and Japan, the blossoms of Akebia quinata being spicily aromatic. They are vigorous plants which require sheltered conditions in temperate climates, for the flowers come early and if frosted will not produce their edible fruits.” Frances Perry. -

-- Akebia quinata / Akebie / Femblad-akebie / Chocolate Vine / - 2 stk. utplantet. Den første 2002 oppmot vestre enden av steinmuren i sør, inntil på utsiden. Den andre midlertidig (?) 2003 inntil sørsiden av Hønsehuset. - ”A hardy, deciduous species of great ornamental value. The foliage is coloured pink and white on the green leaf, the species grows to 15 ft at maturity and will need support as it does not twine itself reliably. Small bell shaped pink flowers are produced in spring but are often hidden by the leaves. We advise planting this vine in semi shade as the strong summer sun will prematurely fade the glorious coloured leaves. A valuable climber for the small garden.” –

-- Alcea rosea / Hagestokkrose (N) / Stokrose / Stockros / Rose tremiere double jaune / Hollyhock yellow / Stockrose / - Staude? Toårig? – Høyde: 200 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kjøpt fredag 01.07. 2005 Karmøy Hagesenter (Flyplassveien), utplantet 05.07. 2005 sørsiden av Låvebroens sv hjørne. -

-- Alcea rosea Nigra / Stokkrose / Stokroos / Stockrose / Hollyhock / Rose-tremmiere / Stockros / - Staude. Høyde: 200 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. Solitær. – 1 stk. kr. 40,- kjøpt 13.05. 2004, utplantet samme dag ved Dolgo-epletreet østsiden av stuen her. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt 17.06. 2004, utplantet – Ifra merkelapp (Wandels): ”Enkla blommor med riktig mørkerød farve, på det nærmeste svart. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII. Vokseplass: Trives i kraftig ikke for tørr jord i sol. Drabbas lett av stokkroserust ved tørr vokseplass. Glem ikke å gjødsle dem. Egenskaper: Flerårigheten stimuleres gjennom at stengelen klippes av direkte efter blomstringen.” –

-- Alcea rosea Nigra / - Staude. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Sorte blomster. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 35,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 14.04. 2005 ca. 5 m s for Låvebroens sv ende. - Fra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Beet. Pflanzabstand: 70 cm. Prächtige Bauerngartenstaude für geschützte, warme Standorte an Mauern, Zäunen und Hauswänden. Für gutes Gedeihen wichtig: nahrhafte, leicht durchlässige Böden.“ -

-- Alchemilla alpina / Fjellmarikåpe / Bjerg Løvefod / Fjellkåbe / Ladys Mantle / Tunturipoimulehti / Frauenmantel / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-IX. Sol, halvskygge. Bunndekkende. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 05.05. 2004 i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen, ca. 3, 5 m vest for hybridgullregn-treet.. – Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet innved drueplanten Boskhoop Glory ca. 15 m vest og 1,5 m nord for Fjøsbygningens sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Alchemilla mollis / Kjempemarikåpe / - Staude. – 1 stk. utplantet 2002. - ”From the Carpathian mountains and Asia Minor.” Frances Perry. -

-- Alchemilla vulgaris / Marikåpe / Ladys Mantle / -

-- Allium albopilosum / - Staude. 5 stk. utplantet 13.11. 2003. Og enda 5 stk. utplantet 30.11. 2003. -

-- Allium cernuum / Nodding onion / - Staude. Blomstring: mai – juni. Farve: rosarød. Høyde: 35 cm. Ifra planteskole / gartneri: Hafrsfjord Staudegartneri. Kjøpt hos Ødegård Plantesalg, 2003. -

-- Allium giganteum / Riesenlauch / - 1 stk. (eller 2?) utplantet 2002 / 2003. – 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen (kr. 79,-), utplantet ca. 10 m ifra inngangsdøren til huset her, dvs. ca. midtveis mellom døren og den store kristtornen der (som egentlig er to eller tre?). – ”Sonne. Blutezeit: juni – juli. Hohe: 100 – 120 cm. Lebensbereich: Freiflache. Pflanzabstand: 30 cm. Riesige kugelformige Bluten uber blaugrun gefarbtem Laub. Liebt sandig – humose, durchlassige Boden. Zieht nach der Blute das Laub schnell ein.“ -

-- Allium Globemaster / - Utplantet 1 stk. 11. 2003, i skråningen ved thujaen nærmest huset opp imot ildhuset. -

-- Allium flavum / - Staude. Gul. Ca. 25 cm. – Utplantet 2002 / 2003. -

-- Allium Hvitløk / - Ca. 15 fedd ifra en og samme hvitløk utplantet 31.05. 2004 sør i HR2 i Aspargesåkeren 2004. -

-- Allium moly / Allium moly luteum / Allium luteum / Golden Garlic / Yellow Flowering Onion / Lily Leek / - Staude. – Flere utplantet 2003. – Noen løker utplantet 31.03. 2004 ca. 8 m rett vest for inngangsdøren til huset her, i skråningen, ca. 0, 5 m bak (nord for) en Roserips / Rubus odoratum. -

-- Allium multibulbosum / - Staude. Utplantet 3 løker i skråningen rett vest for huset her, 10.11. 2003. Og 5 stk. samme måned litt efterpå. -

-- Allium oreophilum (Allium ostrowskianum) / Alpine Rosy Bells / - Staude. Høyde: Blomstrimgstid: Blomster: røde. Herdighet: Kommentarer: - Kjøpt hos Arne Ødegård 31.07. 2003, rlh. – Flere ifra andre hold utplantet 2003. – Utplantet noen stk. (ifra potte) 31.05. 2004 ca. 1 m nord for vinduskarmdrivbenken (få m nordvest for Herrepæretreet), nært inntil Rosa Morden Centinnental utplantet samme kveld der. -

-- Allium schoenoprasum / Gressløk / - Staude. - Flere tuer utplantet 2002. -

-- Allium siculum / - Staude. Se: Nectaroscordum siculum -

-- Allium Sjalottløk / - 5 stk. utplantet 31.05. 2004 sør i HR2 i Aspargesåkeren 2004. -

-- Allium tuberosum / Kinagressløk, Kinesisk gressløk / - Staude. - Flere tuer utplantet 2002. -

-- Allium ursinum (L.) / Ramsløk / Wild garlic (GB) / Ayisarimsagi [E], Bear's Garlic [H], Broad-leaved Garlic [H], Daslook [D], Ramsoms [H], Ramson [E], Ramsons [L,H], Ramsons, Wild Garlic [MS], Wild Garlic [H], Wild Wood Garlic [H], Wood Garlic [H] / - Staude. – Fant sommeren 2003 eksemplarer på Tysnes (særlig fine eksemplar) og få km herifra, midtveis mellom her og Bjoa. Utplantet hist og pist her, uten at jeg enda har klart å finne frem til eller ordne med særlig helt egnet voksested. - ”Lav til middels høy flerårig plante som ofte danner store bestander. Blad 2 - 3, flate, smalt til bredt elliptiske, rent grønne, med kraftig hvitløkaktig lukt når de knuses. Stengel med 2 - 3 kanter. Hylster kortere enn skjermen. Blomster hvite, stjerneformede, 12 - 20 mm, i en tett, rund skjerm; blomsterdekkbladene spisse, lengre enn pollenbærerne. Løvskog, kratt og skyggefulle skrenter, til 1900 m. April -juni. Hele området, mot nord til Sør-Skandinavia og Sør-Finland. Norge: Kyststrøk fra Østfold til Trøndelag.” Fra "Damms store Flora for Norge og Nord-Europa / The Illustrated Flora of Britain and Northern Europe” av Christopher Grey-Wilson og Marjorie Blamey, norsk utgave ved Thorbjørn Faarlund og Per Sunding, 1992, N.W. Damm & Søn A.S., Teknologisk forlag, 4. opplag 2003. - PFAF: ”Known Hazards: There have been cases of poisoning caused by the consumption, in very large quantities and by some mammals, of this species. Dogs seem to be particularly susceptible [76]. Range: Britain. Other range info: Britain (Wales); Turkey. Habitat: Damp soils in woods, copses, valleys and similar moist shady localities [9]. Physical Characteristics: Bulb growing to 0.3 m by 0.3 m . It is hardy to zone 5 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf from February to June, in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen from May to July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees and insects. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness.

The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedgerow, Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge, Deep Shade.Edible Uses: Flowers; Leaves; Root. Leaves - raw or cooked [2, 5, 9, 12, 24]. Usually available from late January [K]. One report says that they have an overpowering garlic odour that dissipates on cooking [183], though our experience is that they are considerably milder than garlic [K]. The leaves make a very nice addition to salads, and are especially welcome as a vital and fresh green leaf in the middle of winter [K]. Flowers - raw or cooked. These are somewhat stronger than the leaves, in small quantities they make a decorative and very tasty addition to salads [K]. The flowering heads can still be eaten as the seed pods are forming, though the flavour gets even stronger as the seeds ripen [K]. Bulb - raw or cooked [2]. A fairly strong garlic flavour, though it is quite small and fiddly to harvest [K]. The bulbs can be harvested at any time the plant is dormant from early summer to early winter. Harvested in early summer, they will store for at least 6 months [K]. The bulbs can be up to 4 cm long and 1 cm in diameter [00]. The small green bulbils are used as a caper substitute [183]. Medicinal Uses: Anthelmintic; Antiasthmatic; Anticholesterolemic; Antiseptic; Antispasmodic; Astringent; Cholagogue; Depurative; Diaphoretic; Diuretic; Expectorant; Febrifuge; Hypotensive; Rubefacient; Stimulant; Stomachic; Tonic; Vasodilator. Ramsons has most of the health benefits of the cultivated garlic, A. sativum [7, 238], though it is weaker in action [254]. It is therefore a very beneficial addition to the diet, promoting the general health of the body when used regularly. It is particularly effective in reducing high blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels [9]. It is recognised as having a good effect on fermentative dyspepsia [244]. All parts of the plant can be used, but the bulb is most active. The plant is anthelmintic, antiasthmatic, anticholesterolemic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, cholagogue, depuritive, diaphoretic, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, hypotensive, rubefacient, stimulant, stomachic, tonic and vasodilator [7, 21]. Ramsons ease stomach pain and are tonic to the digestion, so they can be used in the treatment of diarrhoea, colic, wind, indigestion and loss of appetite [254]. The whole herb can be used in an infusion against threadworms, either ingested or given as an enema [254]. The herb is also beneficial in the treatment of asthma, bronchitis and emphysema [254]. The juice is used as an aid to weight loss and can also be applied externally to rheumatic and arthritic joints where its mild irritant action and stimulation to the local circulation can be of benefit [254].We have a more details factsheet on the history and medicinal use of this plant. Email webmaster@pfaf.org for details. Other Uses: Disinfectant; Repellent. The juice of the plant is used as a moth repellent. The whole plant is said to repel insects and moles [20]. The juice of the plant has been used as a general household disinfectant [7]. Cultivation details: Prefers woodland conditions in a moist well-drained soil [203]. Plants are often found in the wild growing in quite wet situations [K]. When growing in suitable conditions, wild garlic forms a dense carpet of growth in the spring and can be a very invasive plant [24, 203, K]. It dies down in early summer, however, allowing other plants to grow in the same space [K]. The bulbs should be planted fairly deeply [1]. The seeds are dispersed by ants [244]. Grows well with most plants, especially roses, carrots, beet and chamomile, but it inhibits the growth of legumes [18, 20, 54]. This plant is a bad companion for alfalfa, each species negatively affecting the other [201]. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer [233]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe either in situ or in a cold frame. It germinates quickly and can be grown on in the greenhouse for the first year, planting out the dormant bulbs in the late summer of the following year. Stored seed can be sown in spring in a greenhouse. Division in summer after the plants have died down. Very easy, the divisions can be planted out straight into their permanent positions.”

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-- Alnus glutinosa / Common Alder / Black Alder / Svartor / - 15 m høyt tre. Planteavstand: 5 – 10 m. H 5. - Kjøpte 2 store (over meteren) eksemplar av Ebnes Plantesalg på Karmøy sent på året 2003. Begge ble utplantet nede ved vannet. – Kjøpte også 10 stk. (1 år) ifra Reiersøl og Lyngdal Planteskole våren 2003. Disse har jeg utplantet noen av nede ved vannet, nærmere vannet enn de andre to. Og 1 stk. ble 31.03. 2004 utplantet i Rundkjøringen ca. 20 m vest for Hønsehuset. -

-- Aloysia triphylla (Lippia cidriodora) / Sitronverbena / Lemon Verbena / - Familie: Jernurtfamilien. - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 2 - 3 m. Har kraftig duftende, lansettformede blader og klaser med blekgrønne til lysfiolette blomster. - ”Kommer fra Sør-Amerika. Dyrkes i tempererte områder som en aromatisk prydplante og for bladenes skyld til urteteer. Bladene sankes sent på sommeren." - ”Staude, ifra Chile og Argentinia . Lite hardfør i Norge.” – Bladfellende, flerårig. 1 – 3 m høy, 2 – 3 m bred. Bitte små, hvite blomster med anstrøk av fiolett tidlig på sommeren. Bladene er blekgrønne, lansettformede og har en meget sterk og god duft av sitron. – 1 stk. enda (2003) ikke utplantet, men i potte i potetkjelleren vinteren 2002 / 2003 / 2004 – somrene ute. Utplantes våren 2004? Satte ut potten (stor potte) i mars (altfor tidlig, og knoppene / bladene døde), potten står enda (10.04. 2004) ute inntil nordveggen av huset. – Og 1 stk. småplante kjøpt mars 2004, står enda (10.04. 2004) i potte her inne i huset i vinduskarmen mot sør. RLH 05. 2004: utplantet I Aspargesbedet. – Og 1 stk. småplante kjøpt kr. 29,- Obs! Amanda dagligvarehandel Haugesund 26.06. 2004, utplantet – PFAF: ”A decidious shrub growing to 3m by 3m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 8 and is frost tender. It is in leaf from May to November, in flower in August, and the seeds ripen from September to October. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Succeeds in most moderately fertile soils if they are well-drained [200]. Prefers a light soil [219]. Requires a sunny sheltered position [166, 200]. Requires a warm damp climate [7]. A very ornamental plant [1], lemon verbena is only hardy in the milder areas of Britain [1, 11, 14], growing well in Cornwall [59]. It can withstand about 10°c of frost [184] and survives outdoors on a wall at Kew [K]. It generally survives most winters outdoors if growing in a suitable position, though it is often cut back to ground level and then resprouts from the base in late spring [120] or early summer [238]. Giving the roots a good, thick organic mulch will confer extra protection from winter cold [244]. The plant succeeds outdoors at Howick, a garden on the coast of Northumberland. The leaves are very aromatic with a lemon scent[182], they are often used to make a drink or for their essential oils [4]. There has been considerable confusion over the naming of this species. We are following the treatment used in [11] and [200], which is also the current treatment in the 1999 edition of The Plant Finder. However, the book 'World Economic Plants' uses the name A. citrodora Palau (a different author to the one we cite) as the correct name. Any pruning is best carried out in the spring [219]. This species is notably resistant to honey fungus[200].” -

-- Althea officinalis / Legestokkrose / - Staude. – Utplantet -

-- Alyssum saxatile / Steindodre / Guldslør / Gold Dust / Golden alyssum / Praktstenort / Kivikkokilpiruoho / Felsensteinkraut / - Se Aurinia saxatile / -

-- Amaryllis lydia / - 1 stk. utplantet 15.04. 2004 ca. 3 m nordøst for Ildhusets nordøstre hjørne, ilag med noen hyacinther. -

-- Amaryllis x? / - 1 stk. (rosa?) løk med to små sideløker fikk vi ifra Valery og Tim 27.04. 2004, dagen før de flytter ifra Vikebygd til Averøy. Utplantet i Aspargesbedet 22.05. 2004. -

-- Amelancier / Serviceberry / Søtmispel / - “Amelanchier canadensis is commonly called Juneberry or Shadbush in its native North America but in Britain (where it or closely related species have become naturalized in some areas) or Serviceberry. There is much confusion between the various species in this group and very similar plants may be called Amelanchier lamarckii, Amelanchier laevis, Amelanchier confusa and Amelanchier arborea as well. It makes a tree 6 m (20 ft) or more in hight with slender branches, oval, saw-edged leaves and clusters of white flowers in spring, but even quite small saplings carry bloom. The berries which follow are rounded and black-purple in colour, very sweet and pleasant in some forms but almost tasteless in others. Birds are fond of them and help to spread the seeds. Some variation in the autumnal leaf tints occurs and certain trees will have a clear yellow coloration and others a warm red.” Frances Perry. -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia / Heggmispel / Matsøtmispel / Saskatoon / - 5 stk. utplantet 2003 ca. 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne, murhjørnet der. – Og – PFAF: “A decidious shrub growing to 4 m by 3 m . It is hardy to zone 2 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in May, and the seeds ripen from June to July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness.” -

-- Amelanchier alnifolia Alvdal / Heggmispel / Matsøtmispel / Saskatoon / - Flere stk. utplantet 2002 / 2003. Derav 1 stk. ca. 8 m sør for Idun-epletreet. -

-- Amelanchier canadensis / Juneberry, Shadbush (USA) / Shadblow Serviceberry / Snowy Mespilus, Serviceberry (GB) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Ebnes Plantesalg i Ølen 2003 kr. 148,- utplantet ca. 5 m nordøst for det store gamle plommetreet. – Og 1 stk.kr. 149,- kjøpt Ebnes Hagesenter / Plantesalg i Ølen 27.05. 2004, utplantet samme dag ca. 2 m sør og 1 m øst for Nikkesyrin, i Bålplasshagen. Dvs. ca. 4 m vest for Fossepletreet (i blomst samme dag). Dvs. ca. 5 m nord for Hvitrogn. - PFAF: ”A decidious shrub growing to 6 m by 3 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 4 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in April, and the seeds ripen in July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness.” -

-- Amelanchier lamarckii / Apple serviceberry / Lamarksøtmispel / Kanadisk blåhegg / - 4 stk. a 29,- kr. pr. stk. kjøpt 18.05. 2004 Grønt Miljø Karmøy Hagesenter, utplantet alle 4 den 19.05. 2004. Nr. 1 ca. 2, 5 m sør og 1 m vest for Pinus nigra var. nigra, dvs. øst for Halvmånesteinfjellbedet. Og nr.2 ca. 5 m sør og 5 m vest for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne, innmot steinene / berget i grunnen der. Og nr. 3 ca. 6 m øst for Idun-epletreet (flere meter øst for Hønsehusets søndre side). Og nr. 4 ca. 4 m sør og 7 m øst for porten i steinmuren ifra Hasselnøtthagen (øvre) til Bålplasshagen. – Og 11 stk. a 29,- kr. pr. stk. kjøpt 24.05. 2004 Grønt Miljø Karmøy Hagesenter, utplantet morgenen 26.05. 2004. Ser ut til å være frøformerte planter ca. 3 år gamle. Jeg fant en frukt med frø i en av pottene. Nr. 1 av 11 utsiden sørøstre enden av den sørligste steinmuren. Og nr. 2 av 11 ca. 3 m øst for hovedinngangsporten (nordre steinmuren) inn til eiendommen her, inntil steinmuren der. Og nr. 3 av 11 ca. 4 m sørøst for Hønsehusets sørøstre hjørne. Dvs. ca. 2 m sør og 3 m øst. Og nr 4 av 11 ca. 4 m nordvest for store furustubben sørsiden Trampolineplassen. Dvs. ca. 3 m nord for epletreet Quinte, altså inntil Trampolinen. Og nr. 5 av 11 ca. 2,5 m øst for germanermispelen. Og nr. 6 av 11 ca. 3 m vest og 1 m nord for Rosa Omar Khayam. Og nr. 7 av 11 ca. 10 m vest for store Hestekastanjetreet. Og nr. 8 av 11 ca. 1,5 m sør og 2,5 m vest for plommetreet Methley (ca. 5 m sørvest for store steinen i grunnen til Gudmund-dammen). Og nr. 9 av 11 ca. 7 m øst for det store gamle plommetreet. Og nr. 10 av 11 ca. 9 m vest og 2 m nord for det store gamle plommetreet. Og nr. 11 av 11 ca. 4,5 m nord og 1 m vest for det store gamle plommetreet. - Og 28.05. 2004 kjøpt 7 stk. (a kr. 29,- pr. stk.), utplantet nr 1 av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca.2 m øst og 1, 5 m nord for Fjøsbygningens sørøstre hjørne. Og nr. 2 av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca. ved blodhasselen (i litt dårlig forfatning) der Og nr. av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca. ved blodhasselen (i litt dårlig forfatning) der Og nr. 4 av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca. 4 m nord og 1 m vest for Mirabelle de Nancy nordvest for Gudmund-dammen. Og nr. 5 av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca. 2 m sør for Prunus avium Ulster (mislykket!) i Rundkjøringen sørvest for Gudmund-dammen. Og nr. 6 av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca. 10 m sør for midten av sørsiden Snekkerbua. Dvs. ca. 4 m øst for plommetreet Czar. Og nr. 7 av 7 den 29.05. 2004 ca. 3 m vest for Gudmund-dammen. - Og 8 stk. (a kr. 30 pr. stk.) kjøpt 01.06. 2004 Karmøy Hagesenter Grønt Miljø, utplantet 3 stk. 01.06. 2004. Nr. 1 av 3 utplantet Nr. 2 av 3 utplantet Nr. 3 av 3 utplantet Og Nr. 4 av 8 utplantet Og nr. 5 av 8 utplantet 02.06. 2004 Og nr. 6 av 8 utplantet 02.06. 2004 Og nr. 7 av 8 utplantet 02.06. 2004 Og nr. 8 av 8 utplantet 02.06. 2004 – Og 3 stk. kjøpt samme sted 10.06. 2004, utplantet nr. 1 av 3 samme dag ca. 4 m sørøst for Bålplassens sørøstre hjørne (markert ved blålillablomstrende Syringa vulgaris). Dvs. ca. 3 m vest for en Amelanchier canadensis. Nr. 2 av 3 Og nr. 3 av 3 - Og 8 stk. av samme kvaliteten etc. kjøpt 17.06. 2004 samme sted på Karmøy. Nr. 1 av 8 utplantet 22.06. 2004 Nr. 2 av 8 utplantet 22.06. 2004 Nr. 3 av 8 utplantet 22.06. 2004 Nr. 4 av 8 utplantet 22.06. 2004 Nr. 5 av 8 utplantet 22.06. 2004 Nr. 6 av 8 utplantet Nr. 7 av 8 utplantet Nr. 8 av 8 utplantet - Og 2 stk. enda ikke utplantet av de forannevnte gitt 05.09. 2004 til Eirik og Hege. - PFAF: ”Synonyms: Crataegus racemosa (Lam. non Lindl.), Amelanchier grandiflora (Franco. non Rehder.), Amelanchier canadensis (Auct pro parte non (L.)Medik.), Amelanchier botryapium (DC.) (…) A decidious shrub growing to 6 m by 4 m . It is hardy to zone 4 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in April, and the seeds ripen from June to July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Edible fruit - raw or cooked [11]. Sweet and succulent with a flavour of apples [177], they can also be dried for later use [183]. This is one of the nicest fruits in the genus, they can be eaten and enjoyed in quantity [K]. The fruit is rich in iron and copper [226]. It is up to 10 mm in diameter [200] (…) Prefers a rich loamy soil in a sunny position or semi-shade [1, 200] but thrives in any soil that is not too dry or water-logged [11]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Prefers an acid or neutral soil. Hardy to about -25°c [184]. This species does not produce suckers [184]. All members of this genus have edible fruits and, whilst this is dry and uninteresting in some species, in many others it is sweet and juicy. Many of the species have potential for use in the garden as edible ornamentals. The main draw-back to this genus is that birds adore the fruit and will often completely strip a tree before it is fully ripe [K]. This species is worthy of special attention because of the quality of its fruit. It was formerly cultivated for these fruits and there are some named varieties [183]. The fruit is freely produced in Britain [184]. Considerable confusion has existed between this species and A. arborea, A. canadensis and A. laevis, see [11] for the latest (1991) classification. Some botanists consider this species to be a natural hybrid A. canadensis x A. laevis. Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus [200]. Grafting onto seedlings of A. lamarckii or Sorbus aucuparia is sometimes practised in order to avoid the potential problem of hybridizing [1].” –

-- Amelanchier spicata / Junisøtmispel / Blåhegg / (Synonyms: Crataegus spicata (Lam.), Amelanchier ovalis (non Med.) / - Kjøpt hos Karmøy Hagesenter / Grønt Miljø (tlf.: 52 82 30 00), i oktober 2003. Utplantet noen meter øst for stuen i huset her. En ble plantet der før i år også, så nu står det to stk. på kanten der med noen meters avstand til hverandre. – PFAF: ”A decidious shrub growing to 2 m. It is hardy to zone 4 and is not frost tender. It is in flower in May. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness.” -

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-- Anchusa azurea, blå / Oksetunge / Ochsenzunge / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: 7 – 8. Sol. Planteavstand: 50 cm. ”Lebensbereich: Beet. Kraftig wachsende Stauden mit rauhhaarigen, langlichen Blattern und leuchtendblauen Bluten. Gut mit Humus und Nahrstoffen versorgte Boden. Sie treten durch die Farbintensitat ihrer blauen Bluten hervor. Winterschutz ratsam.” – 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet ca. 2 m vest for Halesia-treet ca. 10 m nordvest for nordvestre hjørnet til huset her. –

-- Andromeda polifolia / Bog Rosemary (USA) / - “An outstanding evergreen native for wet sites, Bog Rosemary is found across North America and is hardy from USDA zones 2-9. This low-growing shrub has soft pink flowers that hang like fairy bells from the narrow, leathery, ½ - 1” leaves. It spreads by rhizomes and contains dangerous toxic compounds so must not be eaten. Bog Rosemary prefers sun and as it likes moisture and acidity, add a mixture of wet peat moss and compost to the planting hole. Bog Rosemary’s beauty interrupts the vast swamplands in which it grows, much as the beauty of its namesake, the Greek heroine, stood out against the ocean when her parents ruthlessly tied her to the rocks as a sacrifice to the sea-monster.” -

-- Andromeda polifolia Nikko / Marsh andromeda / Bog Rosemary [L,P ], Bog-Rosemary [MS ], Bog-rosemary [B ], Lavendelhei [D ] / - Busk, eviggrønn. Høyde: 30 - 60 cm. - 1 stk. ca. 14 cm kjøpt merkepris kr. 145,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 04.04. 2005, utplantet 05.04. 2004 ca. 3 m v og 2 m s for det store gamle plommetreet, - dvs. innmot muren ved veien. - “From arctic and temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere (including Britain) is a straggling evergreen with umbels of white (or pale pink), bell-shaped flowers, rather like Lily of the Valley, and narrow, oblong leaves. The foliage and twigs are used in Russia for tanning purposes.” Frances Perry. - PFAF: ”Known Hazards: A toxin, called 'andromedotoxin' can be released from the plant if it is infused in boiling water [183]. See notes below regarding use of the plant for tea. Range: Britain. Habitat: Bogs, rarely on wet heaths, at altitudes up to 500 metres [17]. Rare and decreasing in the south of Britain [17]. Order: Ericales. Heath family. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen shrub growing to 0.3 m by 0.6 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 2. It is in leaf all year, in flower from May to September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees and Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies). The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland). It requires moist or wet soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Bog Garden, Woodland, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Tea. The tender leaves and shoot-tips are boiled as an aromatic tea [161, 177]. A delicious drink [183]. Some caution is advised since boiling the plant or infusing it in hot water is said to release a toxic chemical [183]. It is safer to soak the leaves in a jar of water in direct sunlight to make 'sun tea' [183]. Medicinal Uses: Pectoral. The plant is used as a respiratory aid in the treatment of catarrh [257]. Other Uses: Tannin. Tannin is obtained from the leaves and twigs [61]. Cultivation details: Requires a well-drained, moisture-retentive, lime-free, humus- rich soil and a shady position [133, 182, 200]. Plants spread slowly by means of suckers when they are grown in a suitable position [182]. A very ornamental plant, there are many named varieties [182]. Propagation: Seed - sow February / March in an acid compost in the greenhouse. Surface sow or only just cover the seed and place in a lightly shaded position [78, 133]. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 2 months at 12°c [133]. Prick out the young seedlings into individual pots as soon as possible, they are prone to damp-off and so should be kept well ventilated [78]. Grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter and plant them out in early summer once they are 15 cm or more tall. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, 5 - 7 cm with a heel, July / August in a frame in a shady position. Takes 15 months [78]. Layering in August in a semi-shady position. Takes 18 months [78]. Division in early spring. The plants should be 'dropped' beforehand [78]. This entails digging up the plant 6 to 12 months earlier and replanting it somewhat more deeply. The buried branches will then root and form new plants when divided. Cultivars: '' There are some named forms for this species, but these have been developed for their ornamental value and not for their other uses. Unless you particularly require the special characteristics of any of these cultivars, we would generally recommend that you grow the natural species for its useful properties. We have, therefore, not listed the cultivars in this database [K].” -

-- Anemone blanda / - Staude. Flere farver. – Utplantet 2002 / 2003. -

-- Anemone blanda, blå / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstring: III-IV. Sol, halvskygge. Blå blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 30,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik 17.04. 2005, utplantet 17.04. 2005 ca. 2 m s og 0, 5 m ø for Husets sø hjørne. -

-- Anemone hupehensis Septembercharme / Kinasymre / - Staude Høyde. 80 cm Blomstringstid: september – oktober. Lett skygge. – 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 27.04. 2004, utplantet 29.04. 2004 ca.2 m nordøst for surkirsebær-treet Wormdal (øst for sørøstre hjørnet av huset her). - ”Lebensbereich: Geholzrand. Planteavstand: 40 cm. Fur gute mit Nahrstoffen versorgte Boden unter hohen Baumen und im lichten Schatten vor Hausern und Mauern bestens geeignet. Im ersten Winter sollten die Pflanzen etwas durch eine Laubdecke geschutzt werden.“ – „This is a parent to many of the popular hybrid Japanese Anemone. The branching stems of poppy-like flowers are superb for cutting. Plants form a medium-tall mound of ferny green leaves, with single or semi-double white to pink blossoms in late summer and fall. Useful in the sunny border, or in part shade among Hostas and ferns. In a suitable, moist site this will spread to form a solid patch. Good low-maintenance perennial. In colder regions this should be mulched well for the first winter. Easily divided in early spring.” -

-- Anemone sylvestris / Filtsymre / Sommeranemone / Skogsymre / Windflower / Vildanemon / Waldwindroschen / Arovuokko / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 01.05. 2004 inntil Prunus kurilensis Ruby noen m øst for sørøstre hjørnet til huset her. – ”Tørr skog og krattskog på kalkrik jord, til 1200 m.” -

-- Anthemis tinctoria (L.) (Cota tinctoria) / Gul gåseblom / - Staude. - Utplantet våren 2003, ifra frø. Sørvestlige hjørnet av huset. Krøp seg meget godt utefter. -

-- Anthemis tinctoria Kelwayi (L.) (Cota tinctoria) / Gul gåseblom / Gåseurt / Fargkulla / Farberkamille / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. – 1 stk. kr. 29,- kjøpt 03.05. 2004, utplantet 05.05. 2004 ca. 1 m øst for oppstammet Prunus eminens (få m sørøst for huset her). -

-- Apios americana (Apios tuberosa (Moench.)) / American Groundnut / - Staude. Slyngplante og belgvekst. Knoller som perler på en snor. Herdighet: Norsk / svensk klimasone H 7. – PFAF: ”Perennial growing to 1.2m. It is hardy to US Zone 3. It is in leaf from April to November, in flower from June to September. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. It can fix Nitrogen. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness.() Edible Uses: Root; Seed; Seedpod. Tuber - raw or cooked [1, 2, 27, 55, 62, 63]. A delicious flavour somewhat like roasted sweet potatoes, it always receives very high marks in taste trials with us[K|]. The tuber can also be dried and ground into a powder then used as a thickening in soups etc or can be added to cereal flours when making bread [132, 257]. Tubers contain 17 % crude protein, this is more than 3 times that found in potatoes [183]. The tubers can be harvested in their first year but they take 2 - 3 years to become a sizeable crop [160]. They can be harvested at any time of the year but are at their best in the autumn [160]. The tubers can also be harvested in the autumn and will store until at least the spring [K]. Yields of 2.3 kilos of tubers per plant have been achieved [222]. Seed - cooked [62]. Rather small and not produced very freely [K], they are used like peas and beans [183, 213]. A good source of protein, they can be ground into a powder and added to cereals when making bread etc [257]. Young seedpods [55, 62, 95, 177]. Composition: Root (Fresh weight) In grammes per 100 g weight of food: Protein: 17. Medicinal Uses: The tubers were used in folk remedies for that cancerous condition known as "Proud Flesh" in New England. Nuts were boiled and made into a plaster, "For to eat out the proud flesh they (the Indians) take a kind of earth nut boyled and stamped" [269]. Other Uses: Latex. There is one report that the plant contains a latex which could be used in the production of rubber[269]. Cultivation details: Prefers a light rich soil and a sunny position [1, 27]. When grown in a warm dry situation in a well-drained sandy soil, the plants will be long lived with the tuberous roots increasing in size and number each year [245]. Another report says that the plant prefers light dappled shade [200]. It tolerates acid soils [160]. Dislikes windy situations [K]. Groundnut is reported to tolerate an annual precipitation in the range of 97 to 117 cm, an average annual temperature range of 9.9 to 20.3°C and a pH in the range of 4.5 to 7.0 [269]. It tolerates a range of climatic conditions and produces well in cool temperate zones as well as the subtropical conditions of South Florida [269]. Whilst most reports suggest that this species should be cold hardy in all parts of Britain, one report says that the plants may require protection in severe winters [134]. The groundnut has occasionally been cultivated for its edible root and has the potential to become a commercial crop [95, 183]. Cultivars have been selected in the past for higher yields and larger tubers, it is said that the yields from some of these cultivars can rival potato crops [95, 183]. Some of these cultivars are gradually becoming available in Britain [K]. The best yields are obtained when the plant is left in the ground for at least two growing seasons. Yields of 30 tonnes per hectare have been achieved from weed crops growing in a field of cranberries [269]. This species has been grown in the past in S. Europe [46, 50] and has been suggested as a nitrogen-fixing edible ornamental for permaculturalists [222]. The plant forms long thin roots which enlarge at intervals along their length to form the tubers, the effect is somewhat like a necklace [K]. Plants can be invasive once they are established [200] and have become a weed of cultivated cranberry crops in N. America [269]. A climbing plant, twining around the thin branches of other plants for support [K]. The flowers have a scent of violets [245]. This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria, these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby [200]. Propagation: Seed - pre-soak for 3 hours in tepid water and sow February/March in a cold frame. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months at 15°c [134]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in the greenhouse for their first winter, planting them out in late spring or early summer. Division can be carried out at almost any time of the year, though spring is probably the best time. Simply dig up the roots, harvest the tubers and replant them where you want the plants to grow. It is also possible to harvest the tuber in winter, store them in a cool fairly dry but frost-free place over the winter and then plant them out in the spring. The tubers lose moisture rapidly once they have been harvested, so make sure that you store them in a damp medium such as leafmold. Scent: Flowers: Fresh. The flowers have a scent of violets. Cultivars: 'LA85 Series' - There has been considerable research at Louisiana State University into the potential of this plant as a commercial root crop. There are several cultivars that might be released for trial soon (this entry is dated 1990) [183].” – Ankom 13.12. 2003 med posten i en plastpose flere flotte knoller – som perler på tre snorer – ifra Eilif Aas i Vegårshei. Oppdelt litt og utplantet 17.12. 2003 i skråningen, ca. 5 meter ifra vestsiden av huset her. -

-- Arabis blepharophylla Spring Charm / Kalkkarse / Skrinneblomst / Rock Cress / Vårtrav / Kevatpitkapalko / - Staude. 20 cm. Blomstring: 3 – 5. Sol. – 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 05.04. 2004 ca. 25 cm øst for busksyrin i nye Fjell-stein-hagebedet øst for Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Arabis caucasica, hvit / Gansekresse / - Staude. Steingarten. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: mars – mai. Lebensbereich: Matten. Planteavstand: 25 cm. ”Sehr fruher, unermudlicher Fruhlingsbluher mit uppigen Polstern fur Steingarten, Trockenmauern und Einfassungen. Anspruchslos und langlebig bei lockeren Boden in voller Sonne.“ – 1 stk. (kr. 29,-) kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 05.04. 2004 i nye Fjell-stein-hagebedet øst for Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Aralia elata (Aralia mandschurica) / Japanese Angelica Tree / Høstaralia / Fandens spaserstokk / - Grows 20 – 30 ft. high, variable spread. - Kjøpt og utplantet 2003, øverst i skråningen i nordøstre hjørnet av eiendommen. Dvs. få m sørøst for nedre porten i nordlige steinmuren. -

-- Aralia racemosa? / American spikenard / American Spikenard [B,S,H,P ], Indian Nard [H ], Indian Spikenard [H ], Spikenard [S,L ], Spikenard, American [S ], Syrian Nard [H ], Yabani Saparna [E ] / - Staude. Order: Apiales . Ginseng family. - 1 stk. av denne (eller en annen aralia?) fått ifra Arne Ødegård i Isvik Skjold 10.06. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 10, 5 m nord og 1, 5 m øst for Husets nv hjørne. - PFAF: “Perennial growing to 1.8m by 1.2m . It is hardy to zone 4 and is frost tender. It is in flower in June. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. Range: Eastern N. America - Quebec to Georgia, west to Kansas and Minnesota. Other range info: Mexico; Turkey; Us; Us(Amerindian); Us(Appalachia). Habitat: Rich woodlands and thickets[21, 43]. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) or semi-shade (light woodland). It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge, Deep Shade. Edible Uses: Condiment; Fruit; Leaves; Root. Young shoot tips - cooked [161]. Used as a potherb [207] or as a flavouring in soups [257]. Root - cooked. Large and spicy, it is used in soups [43, 105, 161, 177]. Pleasantly aromatic, imparting a liquorice-like flavour [183]. A substitute for sarsaparilla (Smilax spp.)[200], it is also used in making 'root beer' [183]. Fruit - raw or cooked [207]. Pleasant and wholesome to eat [207]. They can be made into a jelly [183, 207]. The fruit is about 4mm in diameter [200]. Medicinal Uses: Alterative; Antirheumatic; Diaphoretic; Expectorant; Poultice; Skin; Stimulant. American spikenard is a sweet pungent tonic herb that is often used in modern herbalism where it acts as an alterative[238]. It had a wide range of traditional uses amongst the North American Indians and was at one time widely used as a substitute for the tropical medicinal herb sarsaparilla [222, 257]. The root is alterative, diaphoretic, diuretic, pectoral and stimulant [4, 21, 46, 222]. The herb encourages sweating, is stimulating and detoxifying and so is used internally in the treatment of pulmonary diseases, asthma, rheumatism etc [4, 213, 238, 254]. Externally it is used as a poultice in treating rheumatism and skin problems such as eczema [4, 213, 238, 254]. The root is collected in late summer and the autumn and dried for later use [4, 213]. A drink made from the pulverised roots is used as a cough treatment [213]. A poultice made from the roots and / or the fruit is applied to sores, burns, itchy skin, ulcers, swellings etc [213, 222]. Other Uses: None known. Cultivation details: An easily grown plant, succeeding in sun or part shade in any fertile soil [233]. Prefers a good deep loam and a semi-shady position [1, 111, 134]. Requires a sheltered position [1]. Plants are hardier when grown in poorer soils [200]. The young growth in spring, even on mature plants, is frost-tender and so it is best to grow the plants in a position sheltered from the early morning sun [K]. Grows well by water [111]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as ripe in a cold frame. Stored seed requires 3 - 5 months of cold stratification. Germination usually takes place within 1 - 4 months at 20°c [134]. When large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in light shade in a greenhouse for at least their first winter. Once the plants are 25 cm or more tall, they can be planted out into their permanent positions, late spring or early summer being the best time to do this. Root cuttings 8 cm long, December in a cold frame [11, 78]. Store the roots upside down in sand and pot up in March / April. High percentage [78]. Division of suckers in late winter [11]. Very easy, the suckers can be planted out direct into their permanent positions if required.” -

-- Araucaria araucana / Monkey Puzzle / Chile Pine / Apeskrekk, Apens skrekk, Skjellkranstre (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt og utplantet sommeren 2003. Utplantet ca. 40 meter øst for fjøsbygningen og Hønsehuset, i nærheten av en kjempethuja / Thuja plicata. Den synes som å trives godt der. Skal kjøpe og utplante enda flere efter hvert (neste år trolig), antaglig omtrent 5 stk. til. – Se bladet Årringen 2003 s. 21 – 30. – Og 2 stk. kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 22.07. 2004, utplantet 24.07. 2004 i nærheten av den første. - Ifra merkelappen: ”This monkey puzzle tree is grown in the Netherlands and is a rare tree which originally came from the South American Andes. Although the tree is hardy, it needs a sheltered spot in the sun or semi-shade. Araucarias are very exclusive plants and are real eyecatchers in the garden, where they can reach a final height of around 3 metres. Do not prune! Whether used as solitary plants or in groups, they will enhance any garden.” –

-- Araucaria araucana / Pehuen / Apeskrekk / Skjellgran / - ”Den finnes i fjellskoger mellom 3730 og 40S. Den dyrkes imidlertid og trives lenger sør. I uninnelige tider er frøene blitt samlet av den innfødte befolkningen, og ennå selges de og brukes til mat. Treet, som hører til en subtropisk familie (Araucariaceae), gir verdifullt bygnings-virke, og har derfor vært overdrevent utnyttet, slik at det mange steder er utryddet.” iflg. s. 9 i “Årringen” 2000, Årsskrift nr. 4 for Arboretet og Botanisk hage Milde, Universitetet i Bergen. I en artikkel om forholdene i Sør-Chile. -

-- Arbutus unedo / Strawberry Tree / Jordbærtre / - “US Climate Zones: 7 to 11. A broadleafed evergreen relative of the madrone. It grows slowly to 15 ft., or 6-8 ft. grown as a bush, and its trunk becomes twisted and gnarled with age. (As do we all!) It is named for the round, mealy yet edible strawberry colored fruit that ripen in the fall and winter. Self fertile.” - PFAF: ” An evergreen tree growing to 9 m by 8 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from October to December, and the seeds ripen from October to December. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in heavy clay soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution.” - 2 stk. (fine eksemplar, ca. meteren) kjøpt 06.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik kr. 345,- pr. stk., utplantet det 11.04. 2004 ene ved koordinat: ca. 9 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne, derfra ca. 2 m nord. Dvs. like ved (altfor nærme) et surkirsebærtre. Det andre 11.04. 2004 i nedkant av Hasselnøtthagen. (RLH, 09.06. 2005: Det ene eksemplaret, det i nedkant av Hasselnøtthagen ser ut til å ha dødd i løpet av mai måned nu, muligvis for at det har stått for tørt (i jorden der) og vindutsatt.) - Og 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 285,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.06. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 10 m vest og 1 m sør for det store gamle plommetreet. –

-- Arctostaphylos uva-ursi / Kinnikinnik (USA) / Melbær, Mjølbær (N) / - “One of the finest evergreen ground covers, Kinnikinnik has long, trailing branches, thickly clothed with dark green, leathery leaves. In winter the leaves often become a regal burgundy color. The white – pink, urn-shaped flowers are followed by vibrant red berries which birds love. This fast-growing plant is found in USDA zones 5-10, from Alaska to New Mexico and east to Virginia in dry, sunny and often sterile locations. Native groups smoked Kinnikinnik and the berries are still used medicinally to treat bladder and kidney disorders. Gardeners love Kinninkinnik for landscaping steep banks, rockeries and open spaces in urban settings where it anchors the soil by rooting at intervals along the prostrate stems. Containers 1 gal $10.00 (Sometimes 2" and 4" pots available in Spring--call!)” -

-- Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Vancover jade / Arbutus uva-ursi / Melbær, Mjølbær (N) / Mjøllønn / Bearberry / Kinnikinnick / - “Form: A prostrate, mat-forming evergreen shrub.” - 1 stk. kjøpt 01.06. 2004 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, tlf.: 52 82 44 08), utplantet 02.06. 2004 i nederste terassen i Jordbærterassen. – Ifra merkelappen: “Vintergrønn busk, rosa hvite blomster. H5 salgst. 20/30 Røde frukter. Passer godt til stenpartier. Hardfør. Kr. 98.00,- EUR 11,27”. –


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-- Aristolochia mandchuriensis / Mandsjuriansk Holurt / - 1 stk. kr. 245,- kjøpt 2003 hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet (foreløbig?) ca. 20 m østlig for Hønsehuset – ved mastene der, inntil stor sten / berg i grunnen. Dvs. ca. 8 m sør og 1,5 m øst for Idun-epletreet. -

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-- Armeria maritima / - Staude. Høyde: 15 – 20 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Røde blomster. Lyst og solrikt. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 05.05. 2004 i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Armeria maritima ? / Armeria vulgaris / Statice armeria / Fjærekoll / - Staude. – 1 stk. av denne? med blekrosa blomster tatt med 17.05. 2004 ifra området omkring Naustet vårt (tilhørende eiendommen her) ved sjøen (Ålfjorden, Atlanterhavet), hvor det vokste flere eks., utplantet samme dag, mot kvelden, i det nye steinfjellbedet (Halvmånehagen, Halvmåne-steinfjellbedet) øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Armeria maritima Dusseldorfer Stolz / Fjørekoll, Fjærekoll (N) / Engelskgræs / Sea Pink / Strandtrift / Grasnelke / Laukkaneilikka / - Staude. Høyde: 20 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VI. Røde blomster. Sol. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 05.05. 2004 i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Armoracia rusticana / Pepperrot / - Staude. – Noen eks. utplantet her 2002 / 2003, de fleste ifra en meget stor og gammel rot som vokste i blåleire på Ranheim (ved sjøen) ved Trondhjem ca. 1989. Men en annen rot (kjøpt Haugesund) utplantet 24.07. 2004 ca. 2 m nord for Bålplassens sørvestre hjørne. - Og flere rotstykker kjøpt Meny Aksdal ved Haugesund og Obs Amanda Haugesund senhøsten / vinteren 2004, utplantet efter hvert mest ved vestsiden av den store Bålplassen. -

-- Artemisia abrotanum / Abrodd, Abroddmalurt (N) / Ambra / - Staude, halvbusk, ca. 50 – 60 cm. - Flere eksemplar utplantet 2002 / 2003 sørvestre hjørnet av huset her og i skråningen nord for Ildhuset. -

-- Artemisia absinthium / Malurt / - 1 stk. utplantet 2002 / 2003 ca. 7 m sør for sørvestre hjørnet til huset her. -

-- Aronia / Surbær / - ”Løvfellende busker, små til halvhøye, noen bare sparsomt forgrenet. Hvite blomster, små og uanseelige. Frukter og høstløv har størst prydverdi. Aronia kan plantes i vanlig hagejord. Helst varm plass og solrikt. I skygge eller tett beplantning blir den spinkel. Kan skjæres noe for å tvinge busken til å forgrene seg, ellers kan den bli tynn og spinkel. Formeres ved frø. Bærene samles om høsten, gnies gjennom en sil - og frøene såes om høsten. De spirer villig første vår.” -

-- Aronia melanocarpa / Black chokeberry / Svartsurbær (N) / Surbær (DK) / Hybrid Chokeberry / - 5 stk. (”hekk”) kjøpt Drivhuset Raglamyr Haugesund 07. 2004, alle 5 utplantet (midlertidig?) 27.07. 2004. Nr. 1 av 5 ca. 6 m vest og 1, 5 m nord for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne. Nr. 2 av 5 ca. 6 m vest og 1 m sør for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne. Nr. 3 av 5 ca. 6 m vest og 2 m sør for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne. Nr. 4 av 5 ca. 6 m vest og 3, 5 m sør for Hønsehusets nordvestre hjørne. Nr. 5 av 5 ca. 6 m vest og 1, 2 m sør for Hønsehusets sørvestre hjørne. Ifra merkelappen: ”Hvite blomster i juni. Svarte glinsende frukter i september. Opprett vekstform. Sterkt rødgyllen høstfarge. Nøysom. Tåler skygge. Best farge i sol. Liker noe fuktig jord. H6-7.” - PFAF: ”A decidious shrub growing to 2.5 m by 3 m . It is hardy to zone 4. It is in flower from July to August, and the seeds ripen from October to December. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Fruit - cooked. A good flavour but very astringent [183]. The fruit should be fully ripe before being eaten and is best after a frost or two [K]. It makes a good jelly when sugar is added and is also dried and used for making pemmican [183]. The fruit is rich in pectin and can be added to fruits that are low in this substance when making jams etc [183]. Pectin is also said to protect the body against radiation [201]. The fruit is about 9 mm in diameter [200]. (…) Prefers a moist peaty soil in full sun or partial shade [200]. Succeeds in most soils but dislikes shallow chalk [200]. More tolerant of dry soils than other members of this genus [200]. Plants are hardy to about -25°c. There is at least one cultivar developed for its improved fruit. 'Nero' has fruits twice the size of the species with a vitamin C content of 15 - 30 mg (per 100g?). The fruit is borne in clusters of about 15, it is more flavourful and the yield is about twice that of wild forms [183]. Other cultivars developed mainly for their ornamental value include 'Viking' with extra large berries and 'Aron' with numerous large berries [182]. The sub-species Aronia melanocarpa elata Rehd. and Aronia melanocarpa grandifolia (Lindl.) Schneid. are more vigorous than the type species with larger flowers and fruits [200]. This genus is closely related to Sorbus species [200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200].” -

-- Aronia melanocarpa Aron / Aronia, Svartsurbær (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt Gimle Planteskole 06.09. 2004, utplantet 09.09. 2004 ca. 9 m vest for Fjøsbygningens sørvestre hjørne. - PFAF: “Cultivars developed mainly for their ornamental value include 'Viking' with extra large berries and 'Aron' with numerous large berries [182]. The sub-species Aronia melanocarpa elata Rehd. and Aronia melanocarpa grandifolia (Lindl.) Schneid. are more vigorous than the type species with larger flowers and fruits [200]. This genus is closely related to Sorbus species [200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200].” -

-- Aronia prunifolia / Aronia x prunifolia / Svartsurbær / Purple chokeberry / - Ca. 10 - 12 stk. utplantet 2002 / 2003. – PFAF: “A decidious shrub growing to 3 m by 2.5 m . It is hardy to zone 4. It is in flower from July to August, and the seeds ripen from October to December. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Fruit - dried and used for making pemmican. The fruit is about 8 mm in diameter [200]. (…) Prefers a moist peaty soil in full sun or partial shade [200]. Succeeds in most soils but dislikes shallow chalk [200]. Plants are hardy to about -25°c [200]. This genus is closely related to Sorbus species [200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. This species is probably a naturally occurring hybrid, Aronia arbutifolia x Aronia melanocarpa [200].” -

-- Aronia x prunifolia? Hugin / Aronia, Svartsurbær / - 1 stk. kjøpt Gimle Planteskole 06.09. 2004, utplantet 09.09. 2004 ca. 9, 5 m vest og 2 m nord for Fjøsbygningens sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Aronia x prunifolia Moskva / Svartsurbær / - 1 stk. utplantet 12.07. 2004 ca. 5 m vest for Hønsehusets sørvestre hjørne. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt Gimle Planteskole 06.09. 2004, utplantet 09.09. 2004 ca. 2 m vest og 3 m nord for Låvebroens nordvestre hjørne. –

-- Aronia Moskva / Svartsurbær, Aronia (N) / - 15 stk. kjøpt (til sammen kr. 500,-) 15.08. 2005 Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik Skjold, utplantet alle 16.08. 2005: derav 1 stk. – 1:15 - ca. 3 m n og 3 m v for nedre enden (hjørnet) av søndre steinmuren. Og nr. 2:15 ca. 6 m n og 3 m v for nedre enden (hjørnet) av søndre steinmuren. Og nr. 3:15 ca. 3 m n og 6 m v for nedre enden (hjørnet) av søndre steinmuren. Og nr. 4:15 ca. 3 m n og 9 m v for nedre enden (hjørnet) av søndre steinmuren. Og nr. 5:15 utplantet inntil midten av Hønsehusets vestside. Og nr. 6:15 utplantet inntil søndre ende av Hønsehusets vestside. Og nr. 7:15 utplantet inntil nordre ende av Hønsehusets vestside. Og nr. 8:15 utplantet ca. 7 m v og 1 m s for Hønsehusets sv hjørne. Og nr. 9:15 utplantet ca. 7 m v og 2 m n for Hønsehusets sv hjørne. Og nr. 10:15 utplantet ca. 7 m v og 1 m n for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Og nr. 11:15 utplantet ca. 7, 3 m v og 3, 5 m n for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Og nr. 12:15 utplantet ca. 7, 3 m v og 5 m n for Låvebroens sv hjørne. Dvs. ca. 1, 5 m s for Tyrkerhassel der. Og nr. 13:15 utplantet ca. 7, 5 m n og 1 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. Og nr. 14:15 utplantet ca. 7, 5 m n og 1 m v for Husets nø hjørne. Og nr. 15:15 utplantet ca. 9, 5 m n og 1, 5 m v for Husets nø hjørne. –

-- Aronia x prunifolia? / Aronia melanocarpa Viking / Svartsurbær / - 1 stk. utplantet 2003 ca. 0, 5 m v og 2 m s for Hønsehusets sørvestre hjørne. På merkelappen står det Aronia prunifolia Viking. RLH, 25.08. 2005: Denne busken har det vært mye fine bær på i sommer, som har modnet eter hvert i den siste måneds tid og enda. Hønsene har plukket ivrig mye av bærene også, både hoppet opp efter de og (småhøns) klatret efter de. Noen grener har brektes der de siste ukene og har jeg laget stiklinger av som nu står og roter seg i fuktig jord. –

-- Aruncus dioicus / Skogskjegg / - Staude. Kjøpt 04.11. 2003, utplantet - Også kjøpt 1 stk. utplantet (av Balder) 2002 i skråningen sørøstlig for den store Bålplassen. Dvs. ca. 3 m vest for Germanermispelen. Dvs. ca. 2 m sør for en kinesisk perlerogn, og ca. 3 m nord for en annen kinesisk perlerogn. -

-- Arundinaria murielae / Se: Fargesia murielae Simba / -

-- Asclepias incarnata / Silkeurt / Swamp milkweed / - Staude. Høyde: 70 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Sol. Rødrosa blomster. - 1 stk. ca. 1 m kjøpt 23.08. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet 24.08. 2004 i Aspargesbedet. - Og 2 stk. kjøpt 30.08. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet samme kveld i Aspargesbedet. - PFAF: ”Known Hazards: The leaves and the stems might be poisonous [20]. Range: N. America - Quebec to Manitoba and Wyoming, south to Texas and New Mexico. Habitat: Swamps, wet thickets and shores [43]. Other Common Names: Asclepiade Couleur De Chair [E ], Incarnate Swallowwort [E ], Red Milkweed [H ], Rode Zijdeplant [E ], Rote Schwalbenwurz [E ], Rote Seidenpflanze [E ], Swamp Milkweed [B,P,H,E,FEIS,L ], Swamp Silkweed [E,H ]. Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1.2m. It is hardy to zone 3. It is in flower from July to August, and the seeds ripen in September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees, insects and Lepidoptera (Moths & Butterflies). The plant is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry moist or wet soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Bog Garden, Cultivated Beds. Edible Uses: Flowers; Leaves; Seedpod; Sweetener. Unopened flower buds - cooked [46, 61, 161]. Tasting somewhat like peas [85]. They can also be dried and stored for later use [183]. Young shoots - cooked. An asparagus substitute [85, 106]. Tips of older shoots are cooked like spinach [85]. Young seed pods, harvested when 3 - 4 cm long - cooked. A pea-like flavour, they are very appetizing [85]. The flower clusters can be boiled down to make a sugary syrup [85]. Medicinal Uses: Disclaimer Anthelmintic; Carminative; Diuretic; Emetic; Laxative; Stomachic. A tea made from the roots is anthelmintic, carminative, diuretic, emetic, strongly laxative and stomachic [4, 61, 222, 257]. The tea is said to remove tapeworms from the body in one hour [257]. It has also been used in the treatment of asthma, rheumatism, syphilis, worms and as a heart tonic [4, 207, 222]. An infusion of the roots is used as a strengthening bath for children and adults [257]. Other Uses: Fibre; Latex; Oil; Pollution; Stuffing; Wax. A good quality fibre is obtained from the bark [46, 57, 61, 95, 112, 169]. It is used in twine, cloth etc [112]. It is easily harvested in late autumn, after the plants have died down, by simply pulling it off the dead stems [112]. The seed floss is used to stuff pillows etc or is mixed with other fibres to make cloth [57, 171]. It is a Kapok substitute, it is used in Life Jackets or as a stuffing material [169, 171]. It is very water repellent. The floss has also been used to mop up oil spills at sea. Rubber can be made from latex contained in the leaves and stems [57]. Pods contain an oil and a wax which are of potential importance [171]. Cultivation details: Prefers a well-drained light rich or peaty soil [1, 200]. Requires a moist soil and a sunny position, doing well by water [111, 134]. Succeeds on dry soils and on all soil types [112]. Plants are hardy to at least -25°c [187]. A very ornamental plant [1], the flowers are very attractive to butterflies [169]. The flower of many members of this genus can trap insects between its anther cells, the struggles of the insect in escaping ensure the pollination of the plant [207]. Many members of this genus seem to be particularly prone to damage by slugs. The young growth in spring is especially vulnerable, but older growth is also attacked and even well-established plants have been destroyed in wet years [K]. Plants resent root disturbance and are best planted into their final positions whilst small [134]. Propagation: Seed - best sown in a greenhouse as soon as it is ripe in the autumn or in late winter [134, 169]. We have also had good results from sowing the seed in the greenhouse in early spring [K], though stored seed might need 2 - 3 weeks cold stratification [134]. Germination usually takes place in 1 - 3 months at 18°c [134]. As soon as the seedlings are large enough to handle, prick them out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for their first winter. Plant out when they are in active growth in late spring or early summer and give them some protection from slugs until they are growing away strongly. Division in spring. With great care since the plant resents root disturbance. Pot the divisions up and place them in a lightly shaded position in the greenhouse until they are growing away strongly, then plant them out in the summer, giving them some protection from slugs until they are established.. Basal cuttings in late spring. Use shoots about 10cm long with as much of their white underground stem as possible. Pot them up individually and place them in a lightly shaded position in a greenhouse until they are rooting and growing actively. If the plants grow sufficiently, they can be put into their permanent positions in the summer, otherwise keep them in the greenhouse until the following spring and when they are in active growth plant them out into their permanent positions. Give them some protection from slugs until they are established.” -

-- Asclepias tuberosa / Pleurisy root / Butterfly Milkweed / Seidenblume / Oransje silkeurt (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter, knoll. På merkelappen står bl.a.: ”Blutezeit: Juni – August. Hohe: 50 – 80 cm. Sonne. Lebensbereich: Freiflache. Pflanzabstand: 40 cm. Elegante Schnittstaude. Der Samenstand ist fur Trockenfloristik geeignet. Liebt frische, humose Boden. Winterschutz erforderlich.“ – Rangert PFAF: 5. – Enda 3 stk. (kr. 39,- pr. stk.) kjøpt 05.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet samme dag i Åkerinngjerdingen 2004. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt 19.04. 2004 Ebne Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet 21.04. 2004 ca. 2 m sør for husets sørøstre hjørne, der ca. 0,5 m sør for blodrips. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 24.08. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg / Hagesenter i Ølen, utplantet samme kvelden i Aspargesbedet. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 30.08. 2004 Veakrossen Hagesenter Karmøy, utplantet samme kvelden i Aspargesbedet. - ”Glødende oransjefargede blomster. Navnet Silkeurt tyder på de myke, hårete stilkene som kjennes som silke. Blomstrer juli - september. Høyde: 50 cm. Hardførhet: H5. Dufter. Til hagen og i vasen.” -

-- Asimina triloba / Pawpaw, Papaw / Annona triloba (L.) / Cherimoya [H ], Common Pawpaw [P,B ], Papaw Seeds [H ], Pawpaw [DEN1,FEIS ] / Uvaria triloba (?) / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 400 - 450 cm. - 1 stk. ca. 100 cm kjøpt kr. 375,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 03.04. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 10 m v og 4 m n for søndre steinmurens østre hjørne. - “A deciduous tree growing to 40' or more and bearing 4" banana shaped nut fruits that have a delicious flavor.” - PFAF: “Order: Magnoliales. Custard-apple family. Known Hazards: The seed is poisonous [106]. The leaves can cause dermatitis in sensitive people [222]. Other reports say that handling the fruit can cause dermatitis [200, 227]. Range: South-eastern N. America - New Jersey to Florida, west to Texas and Nebraska. Habitat: An understorey tree of woodlands, growing in deep rich moist soils of river valleys and bottomlands, often forming dense thickets [229]. Physical Characteristics: A decidious shrub growing to 4.5 m by 4 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen in October. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers medium (loamy) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge, By Walls, By South Wall, By West Wall. Edible Uses: Fruit. Edible fruit - raw or cooked [2, 3, 11, 46, 62, 99]. A very good size, it can be up to 16 cm long and 4 cm wide [82, 200]. Of variable quality, some forms (with orange skins) are exquisite with the flavour of banana custard whilst others (with yellow, white or dark brown skins) can be unpleasant [57, 85, 183]. Another report says that the white fruits are mildly flavoured and later ripening than the orange fruits [227]. The fruit can also be used for making preserves, pies, ice cream and other sweet desserts [183]. The fruit falls from the tree in autumn and is then stored until fully ripe [227]. Some caution is advised, see the notes above on toxicity. Medicinal Uses: Diuretic; Emetic; Laxative; Narcotic; Parasiticide. The fruit is used as a laxative [222]. The leaves are diuretic [222]. They are applied externally to boils, ulcers and abscesses [4, 222]. The seed contains the alkaline asiminine, which is emetic and

narcotic [222, 227]. They have been powdered and applied to hair to kill lice [222]. The bark is a bitter tonic [4]. It contains the alkaline analobine, which is used medicinally [227]. Other Uses: Dye; Fibre; Insecticide; Wood. A fibre from the inner bark is used for making strong rope and string [61, 82, 227, 257]. The seed has insecticidal properties [222]. A yellow dye is made from the ripe flesh of the fruit [229]. Wood - light, soft, weak, spongy, coarse grained [82]. It weighs 24 lb per cubic foot [227]. It is not used commercially [229]. Cultivation details: Prefers a rich loamy soil with plenty of moisture and a sunny position [1, 134, 160]. Plants are hardy to about -20°c according to one report [184], whilst another says that they are hardy to -35°c when fully dormant [160]. The papaw produces a delicious edible fruit which is a potentially commercial crop [61]. The wild-collected fruit is often sold in local markets in America [82]. The tree commences bearing in 4 - 6 years from seed and yields up to 30 kilos per tree [160]. There are some named varieties [183]. The mature fruit is rarely seen in Britain [182], only ripening after a long hot summer [200]. A small tree growing against a south-facing wall at Bristol Botanical Gardens had a small crop of immature fruit in early September 1996 (following the hot summer of 1995) - this was the first time it had been seen to bear fruit [K]. Flowers are formed in the leaf axils of wood produced the previous summer [82, 229]. Established plants resent root disturbance, the best plants are obtained by planting them out into their permanent positions as young as possible though young plants should be given some protection for their first year or two [200]. The leaves emit a heavy unpleasant odour when crushed [82, 229]. Plants are untroubled by pests or diseases [160]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame [200]. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months at 15°c [134]. Stored seed requires stratification, it has embryo dormancy and an impermeable seedcoat and can take up to 18 months to germinate [113, 134]. Dried seed

quickly loses its viability. As soon as the seedlings are large enough to handle, prick them out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for t least their first winter. If trying them outdoors, plant them into their permanent positions in early summer once the plants are more than 15 cm tall. Consider giving them some protection from winter cold for their first winter outdoors. Layering.” -

-- Aspargus officinalis Mary Washington / Grøn Asparges / Sparris / Asparges / Parsa / Aspargus / Spargel / - Staude. Høyde: 125 cm. Blomstringstid: juli. Sol. Planteavstand: 45 cm i radene og 150 cm mellom radene..Ugressfri sandjord eller annen løs og godt drenert jord er foretrekke. - 3 stk. (kr. 25,- pr. stk.) kjøpt 10.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet 25.04. 2004 i det nye aspargus-bedet øst for huset her, øst for Dolgo-epletreet der. – Kjøpte 3 stk. der også i 2003, utplantet foreløbig inntil steinmuren straks nedom porten inn til Bålplasshagen. – ”Mary Washington asparagus is known for its flavorful, large thick shoots that are dark green with a purplish cast. Its rust resistance means plants remain vigorous and produce year after year for 15 or more years. Perennial plants grow tall and should be located at the back of the garden. Begin harvest third spring after planting.” - Og 5 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik Skjold 10.06. 2005, utplantet samme dag i Aspargusbedet sammen med de andre der. -

-- Aster alpinus Dunkle Schone / Alpeasters / Alpaster / Alppiasteri / Alpenaster / Michaelmas Daisy / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VII. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 12.05. 2004 på midten inntil sørsiden i det nye og første Aspargesbedet. - Og1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 20.05. 2004 i det nye første Aspargesbedet. -

-- Aster alpinus Happy End / Alpeasters / Alpaster / Alppiasteri / Alpenaster / Michaelmas Daisy / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VII. Sol. Snittblomst. – 2 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, 1 stk. utplantet 12.05. 2004 ca. 3,5 m vest for hybridgullregn-treet i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. Og 1 stk. samme dag utplantet inntil surkirsebærtreet Nordia ca. 4 m øst for Idun-epletreet. -

-- Aster alpinus Weisse Schone / Alpeasters / Alpaster / Michaelmas Daisy / Alppiasteri / Alpenaster / - Staude. Høyde: 25 cm. Blomstringstid: V-VII. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 12.05. 2004 ca. 3,5 m vest for hybridgullregn-treet i det nye steinfjellbedet øst for Hønsehuset og Fjøsbygningen. -

-- Aster dumosus Mittelmeer / Buskasters / Oktoberaster / Pudeasters / Dwarf Aster / Kissenaster / Reunusasteri / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: IX-X. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet ca. 1,2 m nordøst for høyt podet Prunus eminens, sørøst for sørøstre hjørnet til huset her, inntil store endestenen der. - Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 20.05. 2004 i det nye første Aspargesbedet. -

-- Aster novi-belgii Winston Churchill / Høstasters / Virginiaasters / New England Aster / Rauhblattaster / Syysasteri / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: IX-X. Røde blomster. Sol. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 20.05. 2004 nær inntil yuccaen ved komposten øst for huset her. Dvs. ca. 3 m nordøst for surkirsebærtreet Wormdal. -

-- Astilbe chinensis Pumila / / - Staude. - 2 stk. kjøpt 04.11. 2003 Plantasjen i Haugesund. Utplantet -

-- Astilbe simplicifolia-hybrid Hennie Graafland / Astilbe / Spir / False Goatsbeard / Fjaderastilbe / Prachtspiere / Sulkajaloangervo / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-VIII. Rødlige blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 20.05. 2004 ca. 2 m øst for Vedbuas nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Aubrieta cultorum / - Staude. - 1 stk. utplantet 2003 inntil nordøstre hjørnet av Vedbua. -

-- Aubrieta cultorum Agnete / - Staude. Lyst lillablå blomster. Sol. Høyde: 10 cm. – 1 stk. kr. 25,- kjøpt Karmøy Hagesenter 05.05. 2004, utplantet i det nye steinfjellbedet samme dag ca. 2,5 m vest for hybridgullregn. -

-- Aucuba japonica / Aucuba / Spotted laurel / Aukuba japonska / - Busk. Særbu. – 1 stk. kjøpt 24.06. 2004 Vea Hagesenter på Karmøy, utplantet samme kveld nordøstre enden og hjørnet av eiendommen. – PFAF: “Physical Characteristics: An evergreen shrub growing to 3m by 2.5m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7. It is in leaf all year, in flower from March to April, and the seeds ripen from October to February. The flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required). The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 2 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in heavy clay and nutritionally poor soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very acid and very alkaline soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. It can tolerate atmospheric pollution. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedge, Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge, Deep Shade, Ground Cover. Edible Uses: Leaves. Leaves - cooked. An emergency food [177]. It would have to be quite an emergency to convince me to eat them [K]. Medicinal Uses: Disclaimer Poultice. The leaves are pounded and applied to burns, swellings, chilblains etc [218]. Other Uses: Ground cover; Hedge. Makes a good hedge but its large leaves mean that it is quite labour intensive to maintain if a neatly clipped appearance is desired [29]. Unless you are happy with the large leaves being cut in half, it means that you have to trim the hedge with secateurs [29]. The plant will eventually make large weed-excluding shrubs and are suitable for covering large areas of ground, there are some dwarf forms that can be grown for ground cover [208]. 'Nana Rotundifolia' has been mentioned and will form a hummock of growth about 1 metre across [208]. Cultivation details: A very tolerant and easily grown plant[1], it thrives in most soils and even in the total shade of trees [11, 182, 200] though for good fruit production a position with at least moderate sun should be chosen [11]. Tolerates dry soils and drought [184, 200]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Tolerates salt winds [200]. Very tolerant of atmospheric pollution [11]. Plants are hardy to about -15°c [184, 200]. Often grown in the ornamental garden, there are many named varieties [182]. The foliage can be scorched in very long hot summers if the plant is in an open position [200]. Very tolerant of pruning, plants can be cut right back into the old wood if required [184, 200]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Dioecious. Male and female plants must be grown if seed is required. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame [134]. Wash off the pulpy coating since this can inhibit germination. Stored seed should be soaked overnight and then stratified for 1 - 2 weeks at 3°c [134]. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 3 months or more at 20°c [134]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on in the greenhouse for at least their first winter. Once they are 20cm or more tall, plant them out into their permanent positions in late spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts. Cuttings of mature wood of the current season's growth, 15 - 20cm long outdoors at any time between September to February though October and November are best [78]. Very easy, even small branches will root [1]. Layering in autumn. Takes 12 months [78].” -

-- Aucuba japonica Variegata / Aucuba / Spotted laurel / Aukuba japonska / - Busk. Særbu. - Fikk 9 eks. (i noe dårlig forfatning) ifra Etne Hagesenter i Etne 26.05. 2004, utplantet 1 stk. 29.05. 2004 ca. 2 m øst og 0,5 m nord for Fjøsbygningens (med tørkerommet) nordøstre hjørne, inntil muren der. Og 1 stk. 24.06. 2004 i Parken inntil nordsiden av den store steinen der. Og 4 stk. 23.06. 2004 med flere m mellomrom i nordøstre ende av eiendommen, nedsiden av steinmuren nedenfor utløpet av Rørbekken, i “gaten” der. - Og 1 stk. 02.01. 2005 ca. 10? m nord for nordvestre hjørnet av huset her. - Ifra merkelappen: ”This aucuba can be placed in semi-shade. This tree does not flower. The height of this tree is ca. 350 cm. Pruning not recommended. Bears fruit from May to April.”

-- Aurinia saxatile / Alyssum saxatile / Steindodre / - Staude. Høyde: 20 – 30 cm. Blomstringstid: 4 – 6. Sol. – 1 stk. utplantet 2003, som moskusendene hærjet i stykker? -

-- Aurinia saxatile Goldkugel / Alyssum saxatile Goldkugel / Steindodre / Guldslør / Gold Dust / Golden alyssum / Praktstenort / Kivikkokilpiruoho / Felsensteinkraut / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstringstid: V–VI. Sol. Bunndekkende. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 05.05. 2004 ca. 20 cm nordøst (retning mot hybridgullregn) for oppstammet syrin i det nye steinfjellbedet. -

-- Baptisia australis / False indigo / Färberhülse / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-VII. Blå blomster. Sol. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 45,- (minus rabatt) 14.04. 2005, utplantet samme dag ved vestenden av platået ned til den store Bålplassen. -

-- Bellis perennis / Tusenfryd / Tusenskona / Tusindfryd / Paquerette / Daisy / Ganseblumchen / - Staude. 10 cm. Blomstringstid: april – juni. – Noen rosa eksemplar utplantet mars / april 2004 og et par stk. 2003. – 1 stk. (rosa) utplantet 02.04. 2004 inntil Goldtraube (plantet samme dag) i Hasselnøtthagen. - 1 stk. kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 13.04. 2004, utplantet 15.04. 2004 inntil Calycanthus floridus ca. 3 m i forkant av husets sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Berberis buxifolia Nana / Berberis dulcis (Sweet.) / Myrteberberis / Magellan barberry / Buxbomsberberis / - Busk. Høyde: 100 cm. Tett tueformet vokseform. Gule små blomster. Vintergrønn. Herdighet: H3. – 1 stk. kr. 99,- kjøpt 13.05. 2004 Plantasjen Maxi Haugesund, utplantet 14.05. 2004 ca. 7 m vest og 1 m nord for Flaggstangstativet, i skråningen der, nær (litt sør for) plommetreet Victoria. – ”Native to southern Chile, Argentina.” - PFAF, Berberis buxifolia: ”An evergreen shrub growing to 2.5 m by 3 m. It is hardy to zone 5 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower in April. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Fruit - raw or used in conserves [3, 11, 69, 139, 177]. Freely borne in Britain. Large and black with a pleasant flavour, they are eaten out of hand [183]. Said to be the best flavoured of the South American barberries, the fruit is hardly acid and but slightly astringent [2]. The green unripe fruits can be used like gooseberries in pies etc[2, 183]. The fruits are about 8 mm long [200].(…) The dwarf form, var. 'Nana' makes a good dwarf hedge to 1 metre tall [182]. (…) The dwarf B. buxifolia nana is the form of this species that is most commonly found growing in Britain. It is very free flowering but to date (1994) we have not seen this form bearing fruit [K]. The species is supposed to be self-fertile so it is possible that this form is sterile. (…) Prefers a warm moist loamy soil and light shade but it is by no means fastidious, succeeding in thin, dry and shallow soils and in full sun [11, 200]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Plants are hardy to about -15°c [184], but they can be deciduous in cold winters[188]. Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus [1]. Plants can be pruned back quite severely and resprout well from the base [200].” -

-- Berberis darwinii / Michai / Darwin's barberry / Darwin's Berberis / Zuurbes (NL) / - Busk. Høyde: 3 - 4 m. Eviggrønn. Blomst: IV - V. Gul / oransje. - 2 eks. ca. 40 cm kjøpt (kr. 145,- pr. stk., minus rabatt) Ødegårds Plantesalg i Isvik 22.03. 2005, utplantet 23.03. 2005, den ene ca. 10 m v og 1 m s for det store gamle plommetreet, den andre ca. 1 m ø og 3 m n for det store gamle plommetreet. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 26.03. 2005, utplantet formiddagen 27.03. 2005 ca. 1 m sør og 5 m vest for låvebroens sørvestre hjørne. - RLH, 30.05. 2006: Av de 3 nevnte utplantede er det nu tydelig at den som ble utplantet ca. 1 m ø & 3 m n for det store gamle plommetreet trives best og har overvintret best. Den blomstrer også meget fint nu – og ser ut til å trives meget bra. Det som ble utplantet ca. 10 m v & 1 m s for det store gamle plommetreet har klart seg dårligst og er jeg fristet til å flytte. - „This rather straggling shrub was first found in an island off Chile by Charles Darwin in his famous voyage on the Beagle. It has small spiny leaves and orange flowers followed by bluish-purple berries.” Frances Perry. - „Har en smakt michai (Berberis darwinii), vil en alltid lengte tilbake til Sør-Chile“ iflg. s. 10 i “Årringen” 2000, Årsskrift nr. 4 for Arboretet og Botanisk hage Milde, Universitetet i Bergen. I en artikkel om forholdene i Sør-Chile. - PFAF: ”Range: S. America - S. Argentina, S. Chile. Habitat: Moist shady woodland in the Patagonian mountains [67]. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen shrub growing to 3 m by 3, 5 m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 7 and is not frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from April to May, and the seeds ripen from July to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects. The plant is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and can grow in heavy clay and nutritionally poor soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils and can grow in very acid soil. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedge, Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge. Edible Uses: Fruit. Fruit - raw or cooked and used in preserves [2, 3, 105, 183]. An acid but very pleasant flavour, children seem particularly fond of the fruit [2, K]. When fully ripe, the fruit loses most of its acidity and makes very pleasant eating [K]. Unfortunately there is a lot of seed compared to the amount of flesh and this does detract somewhat from the pleasure of eating it [K]. The fruit goes very well raw in a muesli or cooked in a porridge [K]. The fruits are about 7 mm long [200]. Medicinal Uses: Antibacterial; Cancer; Tonic. The root bark is tonic [46, 61]. Berberine, universally present in all parts of Berberis species but especially the rhizomes, has marked antibacterial effects, especially upon the urinary system. Since it is not appreciably absorbed by the body, it is used orally in the treatment of various enteric infections, especially bacterial dysentery [218]. It should not be used with Glycyrrhiza species (Liquorice) because this nullifies the effects of the berberine [218]. Berberine has also shown antitumour activity [218]. Other Uses: Dye; Hedge. Plants are very amenable to trimming and can be used as a formal hedge. They also make a very good informal hedge, their long arching branches looking especially attractive when in flower or bearing fruit. The plants tolerate maritime exposure though they are slow growing [75]. A yellow dye is obtained from the root and bark [46, 61]. Cultivation details: Prefers a warm moist loamy soil in full sun or light shade but it is by no means fastidious, succeeding in thin, dry and shallow soils [11, 200]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Succeeds on chalky soils if other conditions are suitable but prefers an acid soil [184]. Dislikes exposure to strong winds according to one report [11], whilst others say that it is a very wind hardy plant, tolerating maritime exposure [49, 75, 200]. Does not flower well in exposed positions [49]. Plants growing in a very exposed position on our trial grounds in Cornwall are flowering and fruiting well, they are rather slow growing but are looking very happy and healthy [K]. A very ornamental plant, it is hardy to about -15°c [184]. A good bee plant [108]. Birds love this fruit and will happily eat it all before it is fully ripe [K]. If you want to experience the fully ripe fruit then it might be necessary to find ways of keep the birds off the plants [K]. Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus [1]. Plants can be pruned back quite severely, they resprout well from the base [200]. This species is notably resistant to honey fungus [200]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame, when it should germinate in late winter or early spring [78]. Seed from over-ripe fruit will take longer to germinate [78], whilst stored seed may require cold stratification and should be sown in a cold frame as early in the year as possible [80]. The seedlings are subject to damping off, so should be kept well ventilated [113]. When the seedlings are large enough to handle, prick them out into individual pots and grow them on in a cold frame. If growth is sufficient, it can be possible to plant them out into their permanent positions in the autumn, but generally it is best to leave them in the cold frame for the winter and plant them out in late spring or early summer of the following year. Cuttings of half-ripe wood, July / August in a frame. Cuttings of mature wood of the current season's growth, preferably with a heel, October / November in a frame [78].” -

-- Berberis julianae / Juliana berberis / Wintergreen Barberry / - Busk. - 1 stk. kjøpt 01.06. 2004 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, tlf.: 52 82 44 08), utplantet 04.06. 2004 på første høyden sørvest for porten inn til eiendommen her, bortmot Brønnen, oppå berget der (med fall ned mot Brønnen), lengst nord som nr. 7 i en rekke med 6 stk. Berberis thunbergii. – Ifra merkelappen: ”Tett rund busk med ca. 10 cm lange blad. Gule blomster. Svarte bær om høsten. Ca. høyde: 2 m. Planteavstand: 1 – 3 m. H3. Salgst. 30 – 40 cm. Kr. 120,- BO Grønt.” – ”Berberis julianae - Edward F. Gilman – Introduction: Wintergreen Barberry is ideal for use as an almost impenetrable hedge or barrier planting, with its dense branching growth habit, spiny leaves up to three inches long, and the three-parted spines located along the stiff stems (Fig. 1). Plants reach six to eight feet in height with a spread of three to four feet. One of the hardiest evergreen barberries, the leaves of Wintergreen Barberry may turn a lovely wine-red or purplish-bronze in the winter and are joined by the persistent blue-black berries. Clusters of small, lemon yellow blooms appear in late spring for a week or two and may occasionally have an unpleasant fragrance. Fairly erect but more rounded with age, Wintergreen Barberry also works well in mixed shrubbery borders or as a foundation planting. Group three together in a shrubbery border for a nice, contrasting textural effect. Barberry makes a good barrier or hedge plant since a person will attempt to walk through it only once. General Information: USDA hardiness zones: 6 through 9A (Fig. 2) Planting month for zone 7: year round. Planting month for zone 8: year round. Planting month for zone 9: year round. Origin: not native to North America. Uses: hedge; border; screen. Availablity: somewhat available, may have to go out of the region to find the plant. Description: Height: 4 to 6 feet. Spread: 2 to 5 feet. Plant habit: vase shape; round; upright. Shaded area represents potential planting range. Plant density: dense. Fruit length: less than .5 inch. Growth rate: slow. Fruit cover: fleshy. Texture: medium. Fruit color: red. Foliage: Leaf arrangement: alternate. Leaf type: simple. Trunk / bark / branches: typically multi-trunked or clumping. Leaf margin: spiny. Leaf shape: lanceolate. Leaf venation: pinnate. Leaf type and persistence: fragrant. Leaf blade length: 2 to 4 inches. Leaf color: green. Fall color: red. Fall characteristic: showy. Flower: Flower color: white. Flower characteristic: spring flowering. Fruit: Fruit shape: oval. Fruit characteristic: persists on the plant; attracts birds. Trunk and Branches: stems; thorns present. Current year stem / twig color: yellow. Current year stem / twig thickness: medium. Culture: Light requirement: plant grows in part shade / part sun. Soil tolerances: clay; sand; acidic; slightly alkaline; loam. Drought tolerance: moderate. Soil salt tolerances: unknown. Plant spacing: 36 to 60 inches. Other: Roots: usually not a problem. Winter interest: plant has winter interest due to unusual form, nice persistent fruits, showy winter trunk, or winter flowers. Outstanding plant: not particularly outstanding. Invasive potential: not known to be invasive. Pest resistance: long-term health usually not affected by pests. Use and Management: Wintergreen Barberry is fairly adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions but looks its best when grown on rich, somewhat moist soil in full sun or light shifting shade. Plants will require some pruning to maintain their best form. In time, the center of the plant becomes thick with dead and living stems massed together in a thicket. Remove the dead stems and thin the living stems to allow more light to reach the interior of the plant. Wear heavy gloves and a long-sleeved shirt when pruning Barberry. Cultivars include: ‘Nana’, three to four feet high, has very large spines and forms a solid mound of glossy dark green foliage which becomes wine-red in winter. Unfortunately, ‘Nana’ is difficult to find commercially. Berberis gagnepainii, black Barberry, has flower and fruit similar to Wintergreen Barberry but is wider and has more pendulous branches. Propagation is by semi-hardwood cuttings rooted under mist. Pests and Diseases: No pests or diseases are of major concern.” -

-- Berberis thunbergii / Japanese Barberry / Høstberberis / - 3 st. kjøpt hos Plantasjen Haugesund 11. 2003. Utplantet på første høyden sørvest for porten inn til eiendommen her, bortmot Brønnen, i en rekke med 6 stk. Berberis thunbergii. – 1 stk. utplantet sommeren 2003 ca. 1 m nord for det store gamle plommetreet. -

-- Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea (Atropurpurea) / - 2 stk. kjøpt hos Plantasjen Haugesund 11. 2003. Utplantet på første høyden sørvest for porten inn til eiendommen her, bortmot Brønnen, i en rekke med 6 stk. Berberis thunbergii. -

-- Berberis thunbergii Red Chief / Japanese Barberry / Høstberberis / - 1 stk. kjøpt hos Plantasjen Haugesund 11. 2003. - Utplantet på første høyden sørvest for porten inn til eiendommen her, bortmot Brønnen, i en rekke med 6 stk. Berberis thunbergii. -

-- Bergenia cordifolia Rotblum / Hjertebergblom / Large Leaved Saxifrage / Kæmpe-Stenbræk / Hjartbergenia / Herttavuorenkilpi / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: IV-V. Sol, skygge. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- salg) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 27.04. 2004, utplantet 04.05. 2004 inntil persimon kaki treet. -

-- Bergenia hybrid Rotblum / Hjertebergblomst / Kæmpestenbræk / Hjartbergenia / Bergenie / Heart-Leaved Bergenia / Bergenie / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: 5 – 6. Sol, skygge. – 1 stk. utplantet 07.04. 2004 ca. 3 m øst for Flaggstangstativet. -

-- Billardiera / - Familie: Pittosporaceae, 9 genera and 200 species. - “Billardieras are small Australian twining plants with entire, alternate leaves and pendulous flowers on long stalks, succeeded by edible berries.”

-- Billardiera longifolia / - “Have yellowish-green blossoms followed by beatiful blue berries.” -

-- Billardiera scandens / Apple Berry, Dumpling / - “Has cream to purple flowers.” -

-- Borago officinalis / Agurkurt / - 1-årig. - Sådde frø flere steder 03. 2004. -

-- Briophyllum / - Staude. Sukkulent. Tåler ikke frost. - Fikk ifra Timm og Valery i Vikebygd 2003 og 04. 2004. – Satt ut i potte øst for Snekkerbua 95. 2004. Utilgjengelig for endene, som er ivrige efter den. -

-- Brunnera macrophylla / Forglemmegeisøster / Kærmindesøster / Kaukasisk forgatmigej / Myosotis du Caucase / Siberian bugloss / Kaukasusvergissmeinnicht / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: 5 – 6. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt 02.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 07.04. 2004 mellom Flaggstangstativet og det store gamle plommetreet, midt imellom, bare ca. 3 m lengre opp (vest), inntil muren der. – Og 1 stk. (kr. 15,- tilbudspris) kjøpt Etne Hagesenter 13.04. 2004, utplantet 15.04. 2004 ca. 4 m nordvest for husets nordvestre hjørne, nedsiden inntil muren. - Og 1 stk. (salg) kjøpt 24.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 04.09. 2004 ca. 2 m sør og 2 m øst for Vedbuas nordøstre hjørne. -

-- Buddleia davidii / Sommerfuglbusk / -

-- Buddleia davidii Black Knight / Orange-Eye Butterflybush / Sommerfuglbusk / - M.A. Dirr: “Has extremely dark purple, wonderfully fragrant flowers in 10 in. long panicles. It may be slightly hardier than many other clones.” - 1 stk. (kr. 98,-) kjøpt 13.04. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet ca. 2 m øst for steinmurplatået på nordsiden av den store Bålplassen, dvs. ca. 2,5 m nord for en klaseperlebusk og ca. 2 m nord for en thuja Brabant der. Eller altså ca. 2 m øst for Bålplassplatåets sørøstre hjørne. -

-- Buddleia davidii Empire Blue / - 1 stk. kjøpt og utplantet sommeren 2003, sørskråningen til Trampolineplassen. Dvs. ca. x m sø for den store furustubben. -

-- Buddleia davidii Pink Delight / - Kjøpt hos Ebnes plantesalg, N-5580 Ølen. Tlf.: 53 76 80 26. Utplantet 05.09. 2003 ved siden av syrin og sørbøk, ca. 3 meter ifra huset her (østsiden). Noen andre farve-varianter også utplantet. -

-- Buddleia davidii Royal Red / - Kjøpt og utplantet sommeren 2003. -

-- Buddleia davidii White / - Kjøpt og utplantet 10. 2003 bortimot den gamle flaggstangen henimot det store gamle plommetreet. –

-- Buddleja x weyeriana Sungold / Butterfly Bush (GB) / Schmetterlingstrauch / Buddleia / Omzyn / Vlinderstruik / - Busk. Løvfellende. Høyde: ca. 200 cm. Blomstring: VIII-X. gul-oransje blomster. Sol. Beskjæring: III. – 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 198,- Spanne Plantesalg Haugesund 30.07. 2005, utplantet 02.08. 2005 ca. 13 m nord og 1 m ø for Husets nø hjørne. - Michael A. Dirr: ”Sun Gold (Sungold) is actually a cultivar of the hybrid (Buddleia xweyeriana) between Buddleia davidii var. magnifica and Buddleia globosa. Yellow-orange flowers occur in interrupted panicles on a large 6-ft. shrub.” -

-- Calamintha nepeta / Kalamint / Oljemynte / Stor bakkemynte / Bjergmynte / Stenkyndel / Calamint / Clinopode / Steinquendel / - Staude. Høyde: 40 cm. Blomstringstid: 6 – 8. Sol, halvskygge. - Utplantet 2002. – 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 02.04. 2004, utplantet 07.04. 2004 ca. 5 m nordvest ifra nordvestre hjørnet til huset her, ca. 0,5 m ifra muren. -

-- Calendula officinalis / Ringblomst / - 1-årig. - Sådde frø 07.04. 2004 direkte ute, ifra Lord Nelson og ifra egne og andres planter 2003, hist og pist egnede steder. -

-- Caltha palustris Multiplex, gefüllt / - Staude. Høyde: 15 - 50 cm. Tåler og liker å vokse i mye fuktighet. Blomstring: IV-V. Gule, fylte blomster. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 14.04. 2005 ca. 4 m v og 3 m n for det store gamle plommetreet. - Fra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Wasserrand. Pflanzabstand: 35 cm. Früh und langeblühende gefüllte Form. Für Sumpf und flaches Wasser bis 5 cm. Sehr gute Verwendung an Teichrändern und Bachläufen. Blüht oft im Herbst nochmal.“ -

-- Calycanthus floridus / Carolina Allspice, Sweet Bush, Sweetshrub / - Busk, løvfellende. Høyde: 2 - 3 m. - 3 stk. utplantet tidligere pr. 10. 2003. Den 1. ca. 5 m øst for det store kristtorntreet nærmest huset i skråningen her. Den 2. ca. 3 m sør for sørvestre hjørnet til huset her. Den 3. ca. 5 m vest for det store gamle pæretreet. - ”Calycanthus are peculiar to the SW and E United States and owe their value as garden plants more to fragrance than flowers. Calycanthus floridus, the Carolina Allspice or Sweet Bush, is a deciduous shrub 2 - 3 m (6 - 9 ft) tall, with dark green, oval leaves which are rough on the upper surface. The wood is very aromatic, especially when dried, and the bark has been used as a substitute for cinnamon. The fragrant, many “petalled” flowers are reddish-purple and leathery in texture. The plant was first introduced to Europe by Mark Catesby in 1726. Another very fragrant species, Calycanthus occidentalis, comes from California where it was discovered by David Douglas in 1831. It is commoner in British gardens than Calycanthus floridus but has the same spicy odour, but larger leaves and purplish-red flowers.” -

-- Camassia quamash (Camassia esculenta (Lindl.)) / Quamash / Matbjørnestjerne (N) / Ätlig stjärnhyacint (S) / Syötävä tähtihyasintti (SF) / - Staude. - PFAF: ”Other Common Names: Atlantic Camas [B,P ], Camas [H ], Camass [H ], Camass Lily [S ], Camass Lily, Blue Camas [S ], Common Camas [FEIS ], Common Camass [H ], Quamash [H ], Small Camas [B,P ]. - ”Släktet Camassia har sitt naturliga utbredningsområde i Nordamerika. Namnet härrör sig från ursprungsbefolkningens namn på dessa lökar, som förr utgjorde en viktig föda för dem. Löken lär påminna om gummiartad potatis när den kokats. Det finns ett flertal arter stjärnhyacinter och de växer i stora bestånd på fuktiga ängar. Camassa quamash, ätlig stjärnhyacint, kan man finna i västra USA, där den växer på ängar i barrskogar på upp till 2300 m höjd.” – 2 stk. utplantet 2002 / 2003 skråningen vest for huset. – PFAF: ” Bulb growing to 0.3 m by 0.15 m . It is hardy to zone 3 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from May to June, and the seeds ripen from July to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. () Edible Uses: Root. Bulb - raw or cooked [62, 95]. The raw bulb has a mild, starchy flavour, but a gummy texture that reduces the enjoyment of it somewhat [K]. When cooked, however, it develops a delicious sweet flavour somewhat like sweet chestnuts [92], and is a highly nutritious food [2]. Excellent when slow baked, it can also be dried and made into a powder which can be used as a thickener in stews or mixed with cereal flours when making bread, cakes etc [K]. The bulbs can be boiled down to make a molasses, this was used on festival occasions by various Indian tribes [2, 183]. The bulbs can be harvested at any time of the year [85], but are probably best in early summer when the seeds are ripe [94]. One report says that the bulbs contain inulin (a starch that cannot be digested by humans) but that this breaks down when the bulb is cooked slowly to form the sugar fructose which is sweet and easily digested [256]. Quamash bulbs were a staple food of the N. American Indians [42, 92]. The tribes would move to the Quamash fields in the early autumn and, whilst some people harvested the bulbs, others would dig a pit, line it with boulders then fill it with wood and set fire to it. The fire would heat the boulders and the harvested bulbs would then be placed in the pit and the whole thing covered with earth and the bulbs left to cook slowly for 2 days. The pit would then be opened and the Indians would feast on the bulbs until they could no longer fit any more in their stomachs. Whatever was left would be dried and stored for winter use. () Medicinal Uses: Birthing aid; Oxytoxic. A decoction of the roots has been used to induce labour [257]. An infusion of the leaves has been used to treat vaginal bleeding after birth and to help expel the placenta [257]. Other Uses: None known. Cultivation details: Succeeds in almost any soil [42]. Grows well in heavy clay soils. Prefers a rather heavy loam [1] that has plenty of moisture in spring but does not remain wet over the winter [138, 200]. Dislikes dry soils [200]. Prefers full sun but tolerates partial shade [138, 200]. The dormant bulbs are very hardy and will withstand soil temperatures down to at least -10°c [214]. Quamash is a very pretty flowering bulb that has quite a large potential as an edible ornamental plant [K]. It grows very well in the flower border but can also be naturalised in damp grass [134]. We are intending to grow it in a grassed-down orchard in our Cornish trial ground. The bulbs flower in late spring and early summer and have completely died down by early July so they do not interfere with harvesting the apple crop. The grass in the orchard will be cut in early spring before the quamash comes into growth, but will not be cut again until July. The bulbs will be harvested at any time from July to December and, since it is impossible to find all the bulbs, it is hoped that those remaining will be able to increase and supply bulbs for future years [K]. A polymorphic and very ornamental plant [1], there are some named varieties [200]. A good bee plant [108]. This species can be confused with certain poisonous bulbs in the genus Zigadenus [85]. Plant the bulbs 7 - 10cm deep in early autumn and then leave undisturbed[1]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame [134]. The seed can also be sown in a cold frame in spring [134]. It usually germinates in 1 - 6 months at 15°c, but it can be erratic [138]. Sow the seed thinly so that it does not need to be thinned and allow the seedlings to grow on undisturbed for their first year. Give an occasional liquid feed to ensure that the plants do not become nutrient deficient. When the plants are dormant in late summer, pot up the small bulbs putting 2 - 3 bulbs in each pot. Grow them on for another one or two years in a cold frame before planting them out when dormant in late summer. Offsets in late summer. The bulb has to be scored in order to produce offsets.” -

-- Campanula carpatica Weisse Clips / / - Kjøpt 04.11. 2003 hos Plantasjen i Haugesund. Utplantet -

-- Campanula garganica / Italiensk klokke / Klokjesblom / Glockenblume / Bellflower / Campanule du Mont Gargan / - Staude. Høyde: 15 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VIII. Sol, halvskygge. Bunndekke og fjellbedplante. – 1 stk. kjøpt 26.04. 2004, utplantet kvelden 26.04. 2004 inntil (10 cm øst for) Prunus kurilensis Ruby (inntil muren østsiden av huset her). -

-- Campanula glomerata Dahurica / Toppklokke / Nøgleklokke / Bell flower / Toppklocka / Knauel-Glockenblume / Idanpeurankello / - Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-VII. Sol, halvskygge. Blåfiolette blomster. – 2 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 1 stk. 12.05. 2004 inntil Iris sibirica Caesars Brother og Prunus kurilensis Brilliant, ca 3 m nordøst for det store gamle pæretreet, inntil steinen der. -

-- Campanula lactiflora Loddon Anna (AGM) / Milky Bellflower / - Staude. Høyde: 100 - 200 cm. Blomsterfarve: blek rosa (”pale pink”). Blomstringstid: Sol, halvskygge. - 2 stk. (?) kjøpt 2003, utplantet - Notert: ”Origin: Caucasus. Sun / Water Requirements: Partial / Full sun. Moderate to wet conditions. Llamas says: "Although milky bellflower is tolerant of full sun in northern climes, plants are more at home in partial shade and do not look out of place in a semi-shaded wild flower garden. A consistent moisture level is necessary for vigorous growth." Climate / Hardiness US Zones: Zone 5 to Zone 7. Growth: Range: Grows from 3' to 5'. Armitage says: "Is a strong 4' tall plant with soft pale pink flowers." Flowers: Color: Pink. Armitage says: "Is a strong 4' tall plant with soft pale pink flowers." Foliage: Armitage says: "The 3 - 5" long basal leaves are serrated and have short petioles.They are borne on 12-15" long leafy terminal panicles on each axillary shoot persicifolia many pedicle leaves narrow, not serrated" - “Branching heads of softest dusky pink flowers from June to Sept. Ht. 3 ft.” - “Soft dusky-pink flowers for back of border. Summer. Sun / part shade. 120 cm.” - “Masses of soft pink fls June - Sept. 5 x 2 ft. Tall stems carry large elongated heads of lilac-pink flowers, often getting the comment, '...what is the Phlox'? Stunning when in full flower and will give a second display if it is cut down after the first flowering. Flowers Summer   Height 100 - 150 cm.” - PFAF / Campanula lactiflora: “Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1m by 0.75 m . It is hardy to zone 5. It is in flower from July to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Flowers; Leaves. Leaves - raw or cooked. A mild flavour with a pleasant sweetness [K]. Flowers - raw. A decorative and tasty addition to salads [K].” -

-- Campanula poscharskyana / Stjarnklocka / - Staude. Høyde: 15 - 20 cm. Blomstringstid: VI-IX. Blå blomster. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 20.05. 2004 vestsiden inntil den store høye furustubben sør på Trampolineplassen. – Ifra merkelappen (www.wandels.se): ”Vokser hurtig ut med lange ranker med blåfiolette blomster. Tåler også skuggiga lagen. Veldrenert jord påskynder tilveksten. Har enestående blomstervillighet.Er en bra langlivet bunndekkere.” -

-- Campanula pyramidalis / Chimney bellflower (GB) / Blau Glockenblume (D) / - Staude. Høyde: 140 cm. Blomstring: VI-VIII. Blå blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Beet- und Schnittstaude. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 14.04. 2005 ca. 4 m n og 1 m v for det store gamle plommetreet. - PFAF: “Known Hazards: None Known. Range: Europe - Italy and Yugoslavia. Naturalized in southern Britain. Habitat: Naturalized on walls in southern England and the Channel Islands. (...) Epithets: pyramidalis = pyramidal. Systematics: Order: Campanulales. Bellflower family. Physical Characteristics: Perennial growing to 1.5 m by 0.5 m . It is hardy to zone 8 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from July to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs). The plant is self-fertile. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and requires well-drained soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade. It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Cultivated Beds, Sunny Edge, Dappled Shade. Edible Uses: Flowers; Leaves. Leaves - raw or cooked. A mild slightly sweet flavour [K]. Flowers - raw. A nice decorative addition to salads, the flowers have a pleasant sweet flavour [K]. Medicinal Uses: None known. Other Uses: None known. Cultivation details: Succeeds in most fertile well-drained soils [233], though it prefers a moist but very well-drained rich sandy loam and a neutral or alkaline soil in full sun [1, 200]. Plants are impatient of drought and of too much sunshine [221]. This species is not hardy in the colder areas of the country, it tolerates temperatures down to between -5 and -10°c [200]. Plants are best grown in a greenhouse in Britain, they are seldom fully happy outdoors and do not usually open their flowers properly [221]. The species in this genus do not often hybridize and so seed can generally be relied upon to come true [221]. The plants are self-fertile [221]. A short-lived perennial [200], it is best grown from seed as a biennial or propagated each year from the non-flowering side rosettes [221]. The woody roots will usually persist for some years so long as the plant is in a well-drained soil and a sunny position [233]. This species is closely related to C. versicolor. There are several named forms selected for their ornamental value [200]. The cultivar 'Alba' is used as an altar flower in its native regions, this cultivar demands an especially well-drained soil and is less hardy than the type [200]. Members of this genus are rarely if ever troubled by browsing deer [233]. Propagation: Seed - surface sow spring in a cold frame. The seed usually germinates in 2 - 4 weeks at 18°c. It is best to sow the seed as soon as it is ripe in the autumn in a greenhouse in order to give the plant a long season of growth, otherwise sow it in late winter [221]. When they are large enough to handle, prick the seedlings out into individual pots and plant them out into their permanent positions in the summer. Basal cuttings in spring. Harvest the shoots when they are about 10 - 15 cm long with plenty of underground stem. Pot them up into individual pots and keep them in light shade in a cold frame or greenhouse until they are rooting well. Plant them out in the summer. Division in spring or autumn [200]. The plant has a thick fleshy root with a number of crowns. Whilst this can be divided if great care is taken not to damage the root, it is not really recommended because the divisions take a long time to become established [221].” -

-- Campanula sarmatica Hemelstraling / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: Rosa blomster. Standort: Steingarten. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 59,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 14.04. 2005 ca. 2 m s og 2 m v for Husets sø hjørne. -

-- Campanula trachelium / Nesselglockenblume / - Staude. Høyde: 80 - 100 cm. Blomstring: VII-IX. Blåfiolette blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 39,- pr. stk. Ebne Plantesalg Hagesenter Ølen 12.04. 2005, utplantet 14.04. 2005 ca. 3 m s og 3 m v for det store gamle pæretreet. - Fra merkelappen: ”Lebensbereich: Gehölzrand. Pflanzabstand: 30 cm. Für humusreiche, durchlässige und trockene Böden im lichten Schatten geeignet. Trockenheitsverträglish. Auch als Schnittblume geeignet.“ - „... shade-loving Campanulas like Campanula latifolia and Campanula trachelium.“ Frances Perry. -

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-- Campsis radicans Flamenco / Common Trumpetcreeper / Trumpetranke / Trumpet Creeper / Trumpet vine / Bignone / Trompetbloem / Trompetenwinde / - Blomstringstid: VII-X. Sol, halvskygge. - 1 stk. kjøpt 06.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik kr. 185,-, utplantet 07.04. 2004 inntil sørsiden av den nordligste steinmuren, noen m vest for den nedre porten der. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt 17.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik kr. 185,-, utplantet 18.04. 2004 inntil innsiden av steinmuren i øst, i Tindvedhagen / Urtesteingarden, litt nord for Halesia-treet der. RLH, 05. 2004: Ser ut som det kommer til å dø heller enn gro. RLH, 24.08. 2004: Denne trumpetranken synes som å være blitt død. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt 02.08. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 08.08. 2004 ca. 0, 5 m sør og 9? m øst for hovedinngangsporten til eiendommen. - Ifra merkelappen: ”The Trumpet vine is a very fast-growing climber and produces large trumpet-shaped flowers in August and September. The plant prefers a south-facing location. The Trumpet vine must be supported (wall, fence or pergola) and trained along a lattice or wires. Fully hardy. Prune after the winter, in March.” -

-- Caragana arborescens / Sibirertebusk / Siberian Peashrub (USA) / - Busk, løvfellende. Fra Siberia og Mongolia. Høyde: Blomstring: - 1 stk. utplantet 2003 ca. 3 m øst for hassel Cosford (ca. 8 – 10 m øst for eple Idun). Og 1 stk. utplantet 2003 ca. 5 m øst for et epletre (ca. 3 m øst for annen sibirertebusk). -

-- Caragana arborescens Pendula / Hengeertebusk / - Fikk 1 stk. ifra Ebnes Plantesalg på Karmøy 2002. Utplantet ca. 10 meter øst for det store gamle pæretreet. -

-- Caragana jubata? / Shagspine / - Fikk 1 stk. (ca. årsgammel, ifra frø, antagligvis Caragana jubate) ifra Eilif Aas våren 2003, - vet enda ikke helt sikkert hvilken sort det er. Utplantet i nærheten (på nordsiden) av det store kristtorn-treet (som stod her fra før av da vi kjøpte eiendommen her) i skråningen ca. 10 meter vest for huset her. -

-- Carpinus betulus / Common Hornbeam / Agnbøk / - 10 stk. hekk-kvalitet (halvmeteren) innkjøpt 2003 og utplantet ved dammen ved Hønsehuset. -

-- Carum carvi / Karve / - 2-årig. – Sådde frø flere steder 2003 / 2004. -

-- Caryopteris / - Familie: Verbenaceae, 71 genera and 3000 species. -

-- Caryopteris incana / Blue Spiraea / - Løvfellende kinesisk busk. - “With violet-blue, Spiraea-like inflorescences and ovate toothed leaves. A more superior garden plant is a hybrid of natural origin between this species and Caryopteris mongolica (also Chinese). This is called Caryopteris x clandonensis. Growing 60 - 120 cms (2 - 4 ft) high, it bears narrow, grey-green, toothed leaves and clusters of deep lavender-blue flowers.” -

-- Caryopteris x clandonensis Kew Blue / - Blåfiolette blomster. - Utplantet 2003 ved koordinat: ca. 7 m nord for nordvestre hjørnet til huset her og derfra ca. 2 m vest. -

-- Castanea sativa / Sweet chestnut / Spanish Chestnut / Ekte kastanje (N) / - 1 stk. kjøpt hos Arne Ødegård Plantesalg, utplantet 09, 2003 i ”Rundkjøringen”. 2 stk. tidligere kjøpt samme sted og utplantet i berget ca. 20 m. sørvest for Snekkerbua. Det ene - nr. 1 av 3 - ca. 6 m sør og ca. 12 m vest for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne, inntil bergveggen der, særdeles fin plass antagligvis. Nr. 2 av 3 ca. 15 m vest for Snekkerbuas vestside, på en berghylle der. Nr. 3 av 3 ca. 12 m sørvest for den store steinen inntil Gudmund-dammen, oppå og i nordenden av den kjempestore steinen der. - RLH, 23.07. 2004: Nr. 1 av de nevnte 3 ser ut til å trives og vokse ekstra godt og står nu i blomst, med mange fine blomsterklaser. -

-- Cedrus atlantica Glauca / Atlasseder / - 1 stk. eksemplar i elendig forfatning fått ifra Etne Hagesenter sommeren 2003. Utplantet ca. 8 m. sørvest for sørvestre hjørnet til Snekkerbua. Tvilsomt om det vil overleve! RLH, 24.08. 2004: Jeg fjernet det døde treet i kveld og plantet 1 stk. Cedrus deodara samme stedet. -

-- Cedrus deodara / - 1 stk. ca. 1 m kjøpt 23.08. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet kvelden 24.08. 2004 ca. 8 m. sørvest for sørvestre hjørnet til Snekkerbua. -

-- Celastrus orbiculatus / Oriental Bittersweet / Leddfrøbusk / Tredreper / - To eks. kjøpt hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Skjold sommeren 2003. Begge utplantet helt i det nordøstre hjørnet av eiendommen, med ca. 10 meter avstand til hverandre. -

-- Centaurea macrocephala / Flockenblume / - Staude. Høyde: 180 cm. Blomstringstid: juli – september. Sol. Planteavstand: 60 cm. “Lebensbereich: Freiflache. Sehr schone dekorative Solitarstaude. Wichtiger Sommerbluher. Anspruchslos. Mit jedem Boden zufrieden. Auch fur trockene Lagen. Gute Haltbarkeit der Bluten als Schnittblumen.“ – 1 stk. utplantet 07.04. 2004 ca. 10 – 12 m nord for nordvestre hjørnet til huset her, dvs. ca. 3,5 m øst for Halesia-treet der. -

-- Centaurea montana Grandiflora / Bergklint / Bjerg-Knopurt / Perennial Cornflower / Vuorikaunokki / - Staude. Høyde: 50 cm. Blomstringstid: juni – august. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. utplantet 2003 inntil Pyrus Herrepære ca. 6 m øst og to m nord for det store gamle pæretreet. -

-- Centranthus ruber (Valeriana ruber) / Rød sporeblomst / Rød Baldrian / Sporeblom / Valerian / Flerårig Piport / Punavirma / Spornblume – Staude. Høyde: 60 cm. Blomstringstid: 6 – 9. Sol, halvskygge. Snittblomst. - Noen eks. – også Centranthus ruber Coccineus -utplantet skråningen rett utenfor (vest) huset her 2002 / 2003 / 2004. –

-- Centranthus ruber Coccineus / Sporeblomst (N) / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstring: VI-IX. Sol. Rosarøde blomster. Herdighet: - 1 stk. kr. 29,- kjøpt Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 05.07. 2005 i Aspargesbedet. -

-- Cephalanthus occidentalis / Buttonbush / Honeyballs / - 1 stk. kjøpt hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 2002. Utplantet i skråningen ved veien, ikke langt ifra det store gamle plommetreet. Senere i 2002 samme sted kjøpt enda 1 stk. (kr. 139,-) som viste seg å være dødt i roten antagligvis. -

-- Cephalaphora aromatica / - Staude. Klargule, ballformede blomsterhoder. Høyde: 30 - 40 cm. Blomstringstid: sommeren. - ”Ljuvlig äppeldoft. En ovanlig vekst med en uppiggande doft. De klargula, bollformade blomhuvudena sälskapar på ett dekorativt sätt med det gröna bladverket, och hela plantan sprider en ljuvlig äppeldoft när den vidrörs. Idealisk i rabatter och krukor. Utmärkt i rabatter eller krukker på uteplassen. Så i februar - april. Så på ytan av en fin, veldrenert, fuktig såjord ved 15 - 20 grader Celsius. Dekk ikke over frøene. Plassere i miniveksthus eller i en plastpose til frøene har spiret, vanligvis 14 - 30 dager. Se til at det hele tiden er tilstrekkelig med lys. Når plantene har oppnådd håndterlig størrelse, plantes de om til potter. Stilles svalt i 10 til 15 dager og plantes derefter ut når all risiko for frost er over. Planteavstand: 30 cm.” - Frø (fra Thompson & Morgan, importert av FloraDekor A/S, N-1801 Askim, tlf. 69 88 62 20) sådd våren 2004 -

-- Cephalotaxus harringtonia Fastigiata / Taxus harringtonia (Knight. ex J.Forbes.) / Cephalotaxus drupacea / Cephalotaxus harringtonia drupacea / Japanese plum yew / Plum yew / Kopfeibe / If a prunes / Japansk plommebarlind (N) / - 2 stk. utplantet 2003, den ene utplantet ca. 2, 5 m nordvest for Fjøsbygningens nordvestre hjørne. Og det andre utplantet ca. 1 m nord og 0, 3 m vest for plommetreet Victoria (ca. 15 m nord for nordvestre hjørnet av huset og derifra ca. 6 – 7 m rett vest). 04.06. 2004, rlh: Begge disse eks. synes som å mislike forholdene. Særlig førstnevnte (ved Fjøsbygningens nordvestre hjørne), som synes som å ha det for tørt og for sollyst og derfor er blitt mere og mere miserabelt. Jeg flytter dette i dag, til nedsiden av steinmuren nedenfor Rørbekkens utløp. Og det andre synes som å få for mye sol. Kanskje også for tørt for det. Begge bør nok flyttes for å se om de kan berges. – Og 1 stk. fint eks. kjøpt kr. 265,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 05. 2004, utplantet formiddagen 04.06. 2004 ca. 1 m sør for Brønnens sørøstre hjørne. – PFAF: ”Habitat: An understorey shrub in woodlands [109, 200]. Range: E. Asia – Japan. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen shrub growing to 5 m by 3 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 7 and is frost tender. It is in leaf all year, in flower from April to May, and the seeds ripen from October to November. The flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Wind. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 5 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) or semi-shade (light woodland). It requires moist soil. Habitats and Possible Locations: Hedge, Woodland, Dappled Shade, Shady Edge, Deep Shade. Edible Uses: Fruit; Oil; Seed. Fruit. - raw or cooked. About 2 – 3 cm long [200]. The fruit of this plant is said to be astringent and inedible even when fully ripe [200]. However, several of its sub-species produce a very nice sweet fruit - see cultivation details for more information. (…) C. harringtonia, the fruit of which is edible raw if fully ripe [K]. The fruit does not always ripen in Britain, before full ripeness it has a disgusting resinous flavour that coats the mouth and refuses to go away for hours [K]. (…) Seed - raw or cooked [81, 105]. Oily [1] with a slightly resinous flavour [K]. The seed is up to 15mm long. Medicinal Uses: Disclaimer None known. Other Uses: Hedge; Oil. An oil obtained from the seed is used as an illuminant [105]. Very tolerant of pruning, this plant makes a very good hedge in shady positions [200]. Cultivation details: Prefers a moist well-drained sandy soil but succeeds in most soils though it dislikes dry gravelly or chalky soils [1, 200]. Prefers a position in semi-shade but tolerates full shade [11, 81] and it also succeeds but does not usually thrive in full sun [200]. It grows very well in the mild wet coastal region of W. Scotland where it succeeds even in full sun [200]. Requires a humid sheltered site [200], strongly disliking very exposed positions [1]. Although the dormant plant is very cold-hardy, the young growth in spring, even on mature plants, is frost-tender and so it is best to grow the plants in a position sheltered from the early morning sun [K]. The Japanese plum yew is a very slow growing tree [185] with an excellent potential as a food crop in Britain. It generally has a large crop of fruit and seeds, these are often eaten in Japan. In addition, the seeds seem to be immune to the predations of squirrels, the seed on trees growing at Kew Botanical gardens being untouched even though virtually every other nut tree there has its crop destroyed [K]. There has been some confusion in the naming of this species. Some botanists have separated off Cephalotaxus drupacea as a separate species, though most nowadays include it as a subspecies of this plant as Cephalotaxus harringtonia drupacea (Sieb.&Zucc.) Koidzumi., differing from the species in its shortly pedunculate male catkins [81]. In cultivation it is often known as the variety 'Fastigiata' [81]. Another subspecies, Cephalotaxus harringtonia nana. (Nakai.)Rehd. is a small spreading shrub to 2 metres, spreading by means of suckers [81, 200]. This form is said to have the best fruit of this genus [200], it is a very hardy plant, succeeding as far north as S. Sweden and Nova Scotia [200]. Plants are dioecious, but female plants sometimes produce fruits and infertile seeds in the absence of any male plants [11]. However, at least one male plant for every five females should be grown if you are growing the plants for fruit and seed. Plants have also been known to change sex [81]. Male cones are produced in the axils of the previous year's leaves, whilst female cones are borne at the base of branchlets [200]. Propagation: Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe in a cold frame [113], it should then germinate in the following spring [K]. A hard seedcoat can delay germination, especially in if the seed is not sown as soon as it is ripe [81, K]. Stored seed should be cold-stratified and sown in a cold frame in the spring [200]. Germination can take 18 months or more. Prick out the seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle and grow them on for at least their first winter under cover. Plant out in late spring after the last expected frosts. Greenwood cuttings of terminal shoots, August / September in a humid cold frame [1, 200]. Difficult [113].” -

-- Cercidiphyllum japonicum / Hjertetre / Katsuratre / - Et flott eksemplar, nesten to meter, kjøpt 07.11. 2003 hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik (50 % av 345,- kr.). Utplantet ved sørvestre hjørnet til Snekkerbua.Vi har tre eksemplar fra før av, - to utplantet i nordøstre del av eiendommen her, - det ene bort imot Paradisepletreet, det andre lenger øst ned imot bekken. Det tredje ca. 15 meter øst for det store gamle plommetreet, nord for huset her. Sorten er særbu. -

-- Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy / Eastern Redbud / - 1 stk. kjøpt hos Ødegård Plantesalg 10. 2003, utplantet noen få meter øst for stuen i huset her. – Og 1 stk. (under meteren) kjøpt 06.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik kr. 395,-, utplantet 07.04. 2004 nært inntil nordsiden av låvebroen. RLH, 28.06. 2004: Eksemplaret ved låvebroen trivdes ikke og syknet til blandt alt ugresset der, og ble derfor i dag gravd opp og satt i potte for å se om det lar seg gjøre å få liv i det igjen. -

-- Cercis siliquastrum / Judastre / Judas Tree / Love Tree / Judasblattbaum / Judasboom / Arbre de Judee / - PFAF: ”A decidious tree growing to 12m by 10m at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 6 and is frost tender. It is in flower in May, and the seeds ripen in September. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. It can fix Nitrogen. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 4 out of 5 for usefulness.” - 1 stk. (kr. 245,-) kjøpt 10.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet 12.04. 2004 ved det nye (enda ikke ferdige, men godt påbegynte) store stein-fjellbedet øst for Fjøsbygningen og Hønsehuset, der ca. 3 m sør for Hamamelis virginiana og altså ca. 6 m sør for hybridgullregn-treet. –

-- Chaenomeles japonica / Japanese Floweringquince / Liten ildkvede, Liten eldkvede, Japansk ildkvede (N) / - Bred busk med utløpere. Opptil ca. 1 m høy. Planteavstand: 2 – 3 m. Sol. Varm, næringsrik jord. H 5. Japan. – Utplantet 1 stk. noen meter på innsiden av steinmuren i sør, 2003 -

-- Chaenomeles speciosa / Chaenomeles lagenaria / Stor ildkvede, Stor eldkvede, Kinesisk ildkvede (N) / Stor Rosenkvitten (S) / - Har ikke denne sorten enda! - Impecta Handels i Sverige Frøkatalog 2005: ”Kina. Høyde: ca. 2 m. Flergrenende busk. Blomstring: IV-V. Sol, halvskygge. Skålformede, røde blomster med gule ståndare. Dekorative, aromatiskt duftende frukter på høsten, meget anvendelige til sylt. Passer som hekk-vekst. Herdighet: Svensk zon 4-5.” -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Diks Weeping / Hengesypress / - Kjøpt 21.11. 2003 hos Grønt Miljø på Karmøy. Tekst merkelapp: ”Svært hengende vekst og grønne nåler. Sol / halvskygge. Lun vokseplass. Humusrik jord. Ca. høyde: 3 – 5 meter. Plante-avstand: 2 – 5 meter. H 2.” Utplantet 22.11. 2003 i skråningen, ca. 10 meter sørvest for det store gamle plommetreet. -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Elwoodii Gold / Lawsons Falsecypress / - 3 stk. ca. 30 - 50 cm høye kjøpt 2003 hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik. Utplantet på rekke noen få meter ut ifra vestsiden av Hønsehuset. RLH, 24.08. 2004: De to siste av de som ble utplantet der døde av fjærfeets hærjinger og ble fjernet i sommer. -

-- Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ivonne (Yvonne) / Gul sypress, Gullsypress / Lawsons Falsecypress / - 1 stk. utplantet 2003, ca. 2 m nord og 4 m vest for Fjøsbygningens nordvestre hjørne. - Ifra merkelappen: ”Vakker barvekst, med smal noe pyramideformet vokseform. Gull-gult bar, som ikke blir brunt i fullt solskinn eller blekner om vinteren. H3. Vintergrønn.” - Og 2 stk. (ca. 1,5 m høyde) a kr. 169,- (minus 30% salg) kjøpt 31.08. 2004 Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen, utplantet 01.09. 2004. Den ene ca. 1 m sør og 0, 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sørøstre hjørne, den andre ca. 1, 2 m sør og 0, 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. (Dvs. at det er ca. 3, 5 m avstand dem imellom.) RLH, 13.07. 2007: Den ene (sv) i dag flyttet til ca. 6 m s for Snekkerbuas sø hjørne. - Ifra merkelapp: ”Pyramidal vekst. Gule nåler. Total høyde 4 - 8 m. Sol, halvskygge. Avstand: 2 - 3 m. H4.” - Og 1 stk. kjøpt Ebne Hagesenter Plantesalg 21.09. 2004, utplantet samme dag ca. 6? m sør og 0, 5 m øst for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. -

-- Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Compacta / Hinoki Falsecypress / Trådsypress / - Kjøpt 21.11. 2003 hos Grønt Miljø på Karmøy. Utplantet midt på berget (Høneberget med Hønetoppen) ved Hønsehuset. -

-- Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis / Hinoki Falsecypress / Solsypress / - 1 – 2 m, liten, tett, bred, mørkegrønn busk. Halvskygge og sol. Lett, fuktig, humusrik jord. H 3. - Kjøpt 21.11. 2003 hos Grønt Miljø på Karmøy. Utplantet (foreløbig?) 22.11. 2003 ca. 5 meter nord for nordøstre hjørnet til Ildhuset her. Der ved har Stauda et bed også. -

-- Chamaecyparis pisifera / Ertesypress / Japanese or Sawara Falsecypress / - Opptil ca. 6 m høy. -

-- Chamaecyparis pisifera Filifera / Trådsypress / Japanese or Sawara Falsecypress / - Opptil ca. 6 m høy. - 1 stk. (ca. 1 m) kjøpt senhøsten 2003 hos Grønt Miljø på Karmøy. Utplantet få meter vest for Hønsehuset. -

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-- Chamomilla recutita (Matricaria chamomilla) / Kamille / - 1-årig. Høyde: 30 – 50 cm. Lite kravfull, forvillet enkelte steder I Norge. Såes på friland, selvsående. Blomsterkurven hul inni. -

-- Chelone obliqua / Skjoldblom / Turtle-Head / Schildblume / Duehode (N) / Duehoved / Skilpaddeurt / Skoldpaddsort / Konnanyrtti / - Staude. Høyde: 80 cm. Blomstringstid: VIII-IX. Sol. Snittblomst. – 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 12.05. 2004 ved Herrepæretreet. Også minst et stk. utplantet 2003. -

-- Chiliotrichum diffusum Siska / Prestekragebusk / Margerittbusk / Margarittbusk / Svensk: Rosmarinmargerit / - “Grey evergreen shrubette, white daisy flowers May-Jun, 75 cm.” - PFAF: ” An evergreen shrub growing to 1 m at a slow rate. It is hardy to zone 8. It is in leaf all year, in flower from May to July. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by insects.” – “Vintergrøn busk på rundt meteren, kvite prestekrageliknande blomar om sommaren, best på tørr og mager jord i full sol.” – “Chiliotrichum - Description: Two tender, evergreen shrubs belong to this group and are native to South America. C. diffusum is a small shrub with linear leaves, 3/4 to 3 inches long. The green, leathery leaves are covered with white down on their undersides, which eventually turns brown. In the summer, white flowers, which resemble Daisies, are produced.” – Sverige: “Den enda busken i asterfamiljen som odlas på friland hos oss torde vara rosmarinmargerit, Chiliotrichum diffusum ‘Siska’, som klarar zon 2.” – “Hardy to US Zone 8.” - Hardfør til norsk og svensk klimasone 2. – Meterhøyt eksemplar kjøpt hos Ebne Plantesalg i Ølen 07.10. 2003. Utplantet bortved den nærmeste bikuben på nordsiden av huset her. Dvs. ca. 9 m nord og 2, 5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. Dvs. ca. 1, 5 m sør for Halesiatreet der. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt 01.06. 2004 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, tlf.: 52 82 44 08), utplantet samme kvelden ca. 1 m nord og 2, 5 m vest for husets nordvestre hjørne. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt 26.06. 2004 Vea Hagesenter (Veakrossen, tlf.: 52 82 44 08), utplantet samme kvelden ca. 7 m øst for Fjøsbygningens sørøstre hjørne. – Og 2 stk. (50 % rabatt, høstsalg) kjøpt Veakrossen Hagesenter Karmøy 20.10. 2004, utplantet -

-- Chionanthus virginicus (Chionanthus pubescens) / White Fringetree, Fringe tree, North American Fringe Tree / Frynsetre, Virginiasommersne (N) / Greybeard [E] / Kar Agaci [E] / Kar Cicegi [E] / Old Man's Beard [H,L] / Poison Ash [H] / Snowdrop Tree [H] / - Særbu. Vid busk eller tre, løvfellende, opptil 9 m høyt og bredt. - 1 stk. kjøpt 17.04. 2004 Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik kr. 295,-, utplantet 18.04. 2004 ved porten i steinmuren inn til Bålplasshagen ifra øvre Hasselnøtthagen, ca. 2 m overfor (vest for) der steinmuren slutter øverst. Dvs. ca. 2 m sør for en Rosa Polstjernen der. – “Voksested: Skogholt med fuktig jord; Østlige Nord-Amerika, Øst-Asia.” Lesley Bremness. - PFAF: “A decidious shrub growing to 5 m by 3 m at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 4. It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen in October. The scented flowers are dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant not is self-fertile. We rate it 1 out of 5 for usefulness. (…) Prefers a good loamy neutral to acid soil in full sun [1. 11, 182, 200]. Succeeds in partial shade but does not fruit so well in such a position [200]. Plants flower more freely in areas with hotter summers [188] and are slow-growing in areas with cool summers [238]. A very ornamental plant [1, 11], it is hardy to about -25°c [184]. A fast-growing but short-lived tree in the wild, where it is remarkably free from diseases or insect pests [229]. Plants begin to flower and bear fruit when they are 5 - 8 years old [227]. The flowers have a delicate sweet perfume [245]. Dioecious, male and female plants must be grown if seed and fruit is required. This species transplants easily [11]. Plants in this genus are notably resistant to honey fungus [200].” - “The root bark has medicinal properties.” Frances Perry. -

-- Chionodoxa luciliae Glory of The Snow / - Staude. Hvit-lilla. – Utplantet flere (fra Holland), 2002 / 2003. -

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-- Choisya Aztec Pearl / Choisya ternata x Choisya arizonica / Mexican orange (GB) / Orangenblume (D) / - Busk. Høyde: 80 - 100 cm. Blomstring: V-VI. Hvite blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Beskjæring: VII. Velduftende blader. - 1 stk. kr. 148,- kjøpt Spanne Plantesalg i Haugesund (adresse: Spannaveien 355. Tlf.: 52 83 24 00. Org. nr. 980.290.654.) dato 18.04. 2005, utplantet 19.04. 2005 Hønseberget, ca. 4, 5 m sør og 3, 5 m øst for Hønsehusets sørøstre hjørne. Dvs. ca. 0, 5 m vest for Choisya ternata Lich. - ”Choisya ternata has hybridised with Choisya arizonica to give Choisya 'Aztec Pearl', a popular modern cultivar, which has leaves divided into much more slender leaflets, and flowers which are pink in bud, opening white. Introduced from Mexico in 1825.” -

-- Choisya ternata Lich / Mexican Orange, Mexican Orange Blossom / - Busk, eviggrønn. Høyde: 90 - 250 cm, og likså bred. Fra Mexico. Genus: Choisya. - 1 stk. ca. 20 cm høy og bred kjøpt merkepris kr. 115,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 11.04. 2005, utplantet 12.04. 2005 Hønseberget ca. 1, 5 m nv for Poncirus trifoliata utplantet forleden dag. - Ifra merkelapp: ”This choisya can be placed in the sun or semi-shade. Flowers from May to June. The height of this plant is ca. 80 cm. Pruning not recommended. Evergreen. Before planting submerge the pot in a bucket of water for 10 minutes.” - “Is hardy in parts of Europe (including England) and the warmer zones of America. Nevertheless it is advisable to grow it in a sheltered position, or under glass in cool districts. It is easily propagated from cuttings.” Frances Perry. - “Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade. Hardiness: Hardy. Soil type: Clay / heavy, Acidic, Chalky / alkaline, Well-drained / light.” - Description: Mexican orange is a small and compact evergreen broadleaf shrub that gets about 6-8' tall with a similar spread. The leaves are opposite and palmately compound with three elliptic leaflets, each about 2-3" long. When bruised they give off a strong and pungent smell. The white 4- or 5-petaled flowers are about an inch across and deliciously fragrant. They stand in clusters of 3 - 6 above the shiny rich green foliage. Mexican orange is very showy, especially during its blooming period which lasts several weeks from early spring to summer. The young leaves of 'Sundance' are bright lemon yellow, eventually turning yellowish green. This cultivar is said to produce fewer flowers than the species. Location: Mexican orange is native to high elevations in Mexico where it grows in canyons and on rocky hillsides. Culture: Light: Grow Mexican orange in full sun in areas with cool summers. It needs light shade in hot summer areas, but too much shade will cause it to become leggy and bear few flowers. Moisture: Mexican orange is drought tolerant. It requires well-drained soil. Hardiness: USDA Zones 8 - 10. Mexican orange is hardy to 10 F, and probably can be grown in zone 7. Propagation: Cuttings of young, semi-ripe stem tips can be rooted with bottom heat in summer. Usage: Mexican orange is a fast growing little shrub that is perfect for a mixed shrub hedge or border. The glossy evergreen foliage and long-lasting flowers brighten up an informal hedge or low screen. Mexican orange responds well to pruning and is easily shaped to stay in a small space or conform to a regular hedge. It is often used in foundation plantings. Without pruning, Mexican orange grows in a dense rounded mound that makes an attractive specimen, and a group of them is especially showy. Features: Honeybees and butterflies are attracted to the fragrant flowers which are very similar to orange blossoms. Mexican orange blooms for a couple months in spring and then intermittently throughout the summer. The blossoms are long-lasting as cut flowers, too. Plant Mexican orange near a walkway so its fragrance can be appreciated.” - “One of Matthew Biggs' favourite low maintenance shrubs, Choisya ternata 'Sundance' really stands out in the garden, thanks to its bright yellow foliage. It does not flower as profusely as C. ternata but it usually produces a show of fragrant white flowers in early summer and sometimes again in autumn. When crushed, the leaves have a distinctive smell, which reminds many gardeners of basil.” - “Family: Rutaceae. Origin: Mexico. This is a rounded, medium-sized shrub with shining, dark green leaves. These are opposite, and are usually divided into three oval leaflets; they are pitted with numerous oil glands (which can be seen if the leaf is held up to the light) and give off a pungent odour when crushed. The 5-petalled, white flowers are borne in terminal clusters of 3-6; they are about 2.5-3 cm across and sweetly scented, appearing from spring throughout the summer months, and often well into the autumn. A well-known cultivar 'Sundance' has leaves which are gold to lime green. The species has hybridised with Choisya arizonica to give Choisya 'Aztec Pearl', a popular modern cultivar, which has leaves divided into much more slender leaflets, and flowers which are pink in bud, opening white. Introduced from Mexico in 1825. The genus was named after Jaques Denis Choisy, 1799-1859, a Swiss botanist and Professor of Philosophy at Geneva. The name ternata refers to clusters of three, the leaves usually being divided into three leaflets.” - “This plant attracts the following butterflies: Green-veined White, Holy Blue. Notes: This is a good plant for spring flying butterflies. The glossy green leaves are pleasant for humans to look at in the winter months too. I inherited a Choisya ternata in the back garden here. It's probably about 13 years old now so a mature plant. Although my books say that it generally does not need pruning, I give it a tidy after flowering in the spring. When one branch was partially broken, I gave it a quite drastic prune and it quickly grew some new shoots. I've found that this plant will deliver a second flush of flowers in the autumn too.” - “Plant Type: shrub. Evergreen. White scented flowers. Introduced from Mexico in the 19th century. Flowers in May. Height: 1.5 - 2 m (5 - 6 ft). Spread: 1.5 - 2 m (5-6 ft).” - “Country of Origin: Southern N. America - Mexico. Family: Rutaceae (Juss.). Habitat: Chalky soils, often near the sea.” - “Chiosya ternata, or Mexican Orange Blossom, is one of those shrubs which never fails its situation in the garden. It’s evergreen with mid to dark green shiny leaves - easy to keep trimmed and tidy. It flowers generously throughout spring. My Mexican Orange Blossoms will flower twice in the year if I give them a light trim after the first spring show. The flowers are white and star-shaped, resembling orange blossom. They have a fresh slightly citrus fragrance. I’ve taken basal cuttings successfully to produce new plants - I assume that cuttings should root fairly easily, too. These shrubs look good anywhere in the mixed border, and would probably make a good hedge. They fill out garden space quickly, and are totally frost hardy in my garden. Choisya Ternata is used a lot in New Zealand council plantings near traffic routes - it obviously copes well with city style pollution. There's none of that in my garden! moosey, head gardener.” - “The Mexican Orange Blossom with aromatic foliage when lightly crushed. A valuable evergreen, growing to 1.5 metres. Happy in full sun or dappled shade, it will also do well in dry areas. Best planted in early autumn or wait until spring. If pruning required, then it should be done in mid spring.” - “Current Height: 1.5 metre (5'). Flowers: Spring. Comments: Slow growing. Flowers have a sweet smell and appear in sparse groups in spring. Required Maintenance: low.” - “A reliable shrub with unusual and perfectly symmetrical fingers of obovate leaves around central stems. In spring and spasmodically in autumn, small white daisy like flowers with yellow anthers abound and are popular with insects. Choisya Ternata is a perfect shrub. The glossy evergreen leaves are present throughout the year providing cover for visiting birds. Looks good next to tall iris for contrasting shapes. Does best in semi shade.” - “Unusually shaped fragrant leaves. Insects. The plant provides a good source of aphids for garden birds.” - “Wonderfully scented, star-shaped, white flowers in late spring and handsome, aromatic, dark green leaves. This compact and easy-to-grow shrub is a valuable garden mainstay for a protected site in sun or part shade. The glossy, evergreen leaves provide an excellent backdrop for medium-sized perennials and pale-grey or purple foliage plants. Position: full sun to partial shade. Soil: fertile, well-drained soil. Rate of growth: fast-growing. Flowering period: April to May and August to September. Flower colour: white. Hardiness: fully hardy. Garden care: Prune established plants in spring immediately after flowering, removing 25-30 cm (10-12 in) of the flowered stems. This encourages a second flush of flowers in late-summer and autumn. At the same time remove any frost-damaged stems to the base.” - “This is of the order Rutaceae, and forms a very ornamental evergreen bush, 6 feet high and bushy in proportion. The leaves are ternate, deep green, and glossy. The flowers are white and fragrant, and are borne in May from the points of the branches. It is useful alike for large and small gardens, but in cold districts should be planted against a wall.” - “Mexican Orange. Family: Rutaceae. Origin: Mexico. Hardiness: Hardy to 15 degrees; Zones 8b-9-10. Growth: Fast growth to 6 feet or more. Form: Mounding form, as wide as it is tall. Leaves: Palmately compound leaves with three leaflets. Flowers: Fragrant clusters of white flowers in spring. Fruit or Seeds: Exposure: Full sun; bright shade where summers are hot. Water: Deep and infrequent. Soil: Good drainage; plant with crown high; use organic amendments. Fertilizer: Acid fertilizer and iron spring-summer-fall. Prune: Thin and head back to maintain shape spring and summer. Problems: Root rot if overwatered; mites, aphids. Plant near windows and walkways to appreciate its fragrance.” - “Mexican Orange Blossom A genus of just one species named after 19th century Swiss botanist M J Choisy. A very beautiful evergreen shrub from Mexico with charming character and handsome appearance. Big, leathery leaves which, as ternata indicates, are divided into fans of three leaflets each 4 to 8 cm long, resembling those of laburnum. Foliage is dense, lustrous and rich green with desirable highlights. When bruised, the leaves have a strong but not unpleasant odour. Clusters of small white flowers with the appearance and fragrance of orange blossom cover the entire bush from late winter through spring, and intermittently during summer. Choisya is a good shrub for multiple planting, for backgrounds, blank areas or low screens. Remove any straggling shoots or spent flower heads to encourage further bloom and retain dense compact habit. Simple to grow, preferring acid soil and a warm spot in sun or partial shade. Grows to approx 1.5 x 1.5 m. - Choisya ternata's one of those backbone plants. Extremely versatile; you'll find a use for it in any garden, big or small. - In a patio pot and with the aid of an occasional clip to shape, it'll please for several years... and then it's readily transplanted into the garden. - We've seen it making "quite a statement" lining a long and curving driveway. - As as a background to a perennial or bedding plant border, it provides excellent shelter for these more wind-tender plants. - It forms a wonderful low screen, tall enough to provide a little privacy, yet low enough to let plenty of light and sunshine in. - It can be used as hedge, responding well to a clip. - Growing Choisya: Plant in full sun or dappled to light shade. Tolerant of windy conditions, but Choisya does however suffer a little during cold and wet weather. They tend to sulk, but quickly brighten up as spring weather warms. Soils need to be free-draining and preferably well dug over prior to planting, Choisya like to get their roots out into fresh soil. It prefers a slightly acid soil, so do not use lime near the plant. Instead, work a little acid fertiliser into the soil below the drip line during autumn. (The drip line is the soil immediately under the bush, and in doing this we're assuming the roots of the bush extend sideways to the same extent as the leaves of the bush - a rough rule of thumb for many plants!) Hardy to light frost, it'll grow through much of New Zealand with a little protection over winter. If it does get caught by a frost, just cut the burnt stem tips off at the end of winter, and the spring should see healthy growth overtake the frosted bits. - Choisya ternata responds well to trimming and makes a great hedge. It’s also a good choice for boundaries - plant it among camellias to extend the interest - the foliage combines happily with the camellias and the Choisya flowers open as the camellias finish. - Choisya ternata is gorgeous with purple or white wisteria - the climber’s blooms hanging above the white Choisya blooms will make you gasp with pleasure....” - “Hardiness Zones: 7 to 10. Habit: Evergreen. Site Requirements: Sun to shade; prefers acidic, moist, well-drained soil; does well in light clay. Height: 6 to 10 feet. Width: 6 to 8 feet. Texture: Medium. Form: Dense; rounded, broad, mounded shrub. Flower / Fruit: 1 to 1.2" white flowers in 3 to 6" corymbs in spring and late summer; fragrant. Foliage: Opposite, trifoliate; 3 to 6" long; lustrous, glossy dark green leaves; aromatic. Comments: Dislikes high summer night heat.” - “Choisya ternata. So Easy to Grow, So Effective. A versatile shrub, at home in sun or shade, able to grow in poor, dry soils as happily as in moist, rich ones. The glossy, medium green foliage looks good all year and in spring the compact bushes are smothered in white blossom, rather like big orange blossoms. Hence the common name of Mexican orange blossom - it's a native of Mexico. Choisya ternata responds well to trimming and makes a great hedge. It's also a good choice for boundaries - plant it among camellias to extend the interest - the foliage combines happily with the camellias and the choisya flowers open as the camellias finish. Choisya ternata is gorgeous with purple or white wisteria - the climber's blooms hanging above the white choisya blooms will make you gasp with pleasure.” - “The Sizzle. The Mexican Orange Blossom is one of the standards in New Zealand gardens. Its glossy green foliage is attractive all year round, and there's brilliant flower show from early-spring with white, 5-petalled flowers that last into early summer. Great for garden beds, banks, as a low screen, patio pots and as background plant. Hardy to all but the coldest of conditions, the plant will grow to form a rounded bush to between 1.5 and 2 metres tall. Using Choisya: Choisya ternata's one of those backbone plants. Extremely versatile; you'll find a use for it in any garden, big or small. In a patio pot and with the aid of an occasional clip to shape, it'll please for several years... and then it's readily transplanted into the garden. We've seen it making "quite a statement" lining a long and curving driveway. As as a background to a perennial or bedding plant border, it provides excellent shelter for these more wind-tender plants. It forms a wonderful low screen, tall enough to provide a little privacy, yet low enough to let plenty of light and sunshine in. It can be used as hedge, responding well to a clip. - Growing Choisya: Plant in full sun or dappled to light shade. Tolerant of windy conditions, but Choisya does however suffer a little during cold and wet weather. They tend to sulk, but quickly brighten up as spring weather warms. Soils need to be free-draining and preferably well dug over prior to planting, Choisya like to get their roots out into fresh soil. It prefers a slightly acid soil, so do not use lime near the plant. Instead, work a little acid fertiliser into the soil below the drip line during autumn. (The drip line is the soil immediately under the bush, and in doing this we're assuming the roots of the bush extend sideways to the same extent as the leaves of the bush - a rough rule of thumb for many plants!) Hardy to light frost, it'll grow through much of New Zealand with a little protection over winter. If it does get caught by a frost, just cut the burnt stem tips off at the end of winter, and the spring should see healthy growth overtake the frosted bits. Julian Matthews says ... In Liddle Wonder's Schemes & Themes for Autumn 2001, Julian Matthews commented: A versatile shrub, at home in sun or shade, able to grow in poor, dry soils as happily as in moist, rich ones. The glossy, medium green foliage looks good all year and in spring the compact bushes are smothered in white blossom, rather like big orange blossoms. Hence the common name of Mexican orange blossom - it’s a native of Mexico. Choisya ternata responds well to trimming and makes a great hedge. It’s also a good choice for boundaries - plant it among camellias to extend the interest - the foliage combines happily with the camellias and the Choisya flowers open as the camellias finish. Choisya ternata is gorgeous with purple or white wisteria - the climber’s blooms hanging above the white Choisya blooms will make you gasp with pleasure.” - “Hardiness Range: 7B - 9B. Mature Height: 6' to 10' / 1.80 m to 3.00 m. Environment: Prefers partial shade or partial sun to full sun; soil should be moist. Bloom Colors: White.” - “Versatile evergreen and back bone shrub. Glossy green foliage looks good all year. Myriad of white blossom in spring. Excellent specimen plant and for a year or two, a great patio & tub plant. Easily grown in sun or shade. Suitable for most areas of New Zealand, but avoid harsh frost.” -

-- Cimicifuga racemosa / Sølvlys (N) / Silverax / Kimikki / Cimicifuga / Bugbane / Silberkerze / - Staude. Høyde: 150 – 200 cm. Blomstringstid: 7 – 9. Halvskygge. – 1 stk. kjøpt ca. 02.04. 2004, utplantet i Urtesteingarden 08.04. 2004 ca. 3 m nordøst for plommetreet First bortmot innsiden av den sørligste steinmuren i den sørøstlige enden av Urtesteingarden. Det er nokså fuktig jord der. RLH, 13.08. 2006: Denne var sparket opp av fjørfeet eller noe så jeg tilfeldigvis for en ukes tid eller to siden, satte den som redningsaksjon i en potte i Øvre kolonihagen. -

-- Cistus ladanifer / Cistus ladaniferus (L.) / Labdanum, Ladanum / Girit Ladeni [E], Gum Cistus [MS], Gum Rock-rose [B], Gum Rockrose [P], Jara [E], Ladanum [E], Rock Rose [H] / Steinrose (N) / - Busk, eviggrønn. Høyde: 150 cm. Velduftende blader. Familie: Cistaceae. - 1 stk. ca. 50 cm kjøpt kr. 275,- (minus rabatt) Ødegård Plantesalg 01.04. 2005, utplantet 03.04. 2005 ca. 20 m v og 1 m sør for Fjøsbygningens sørvestre hjørne, innmot bergveggen (med litt overheng) der. RLH, 20.08. 2005: Den har blomstret rikt den siste måneds tid, med fine flotte blomster, og har vokst bra og ser ut til å trives. Bladene og stilkene klebrige og velduftende. – RLH, 20.04. 2006: Den så fin og frisk ut til frem mot begynnelsen av april, men så så det ut som at den plutselig kolapset: alle bladene ble plutselig døde. Den hadde kanskje fått nok av vinter og kulde på noe slags vis? Om det er håp om at den nu likevel skal klare seg, det vet jeg ikke enda. Håper likevel uansett at Arne Ødegård kan skaffe meg en til! - PFAF: “Known Hazards: None Known. Range: Europe - W. Mediterranean. Habitat: Pine woods, copses and on dry usually granitic hills [89, 184]. Other Range Info: Greece; Spain; Turkey. Physical Characteristics: An evergreen shrub growing to 1.5 m by 1 m at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone 7. It is in leaf all year, in flower in June, and the seeds ripen in August. The scented flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees. The plant is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. We rate it 3 out of 5 for usefulness. The plant prefers light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils, requires well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. The plant prefers acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It requires dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought. The plant can tolerate maritime exposure. Habitats and Possible Locations: Woodland, Sunny Edge. Edible Uses: Condiment; Gum; Manna; Seed. Seed - ground into a powder and used with cereal flours in making cakes and breads [177, 183]. An oleo-resin obtained from the leaves and stems is eaten raw or used as a commercial food flavouring in baked goods, ice cream, chewing gum etc [2, 105, 177, 183, 238]. The plant is said to yield a sweet manna [183].This report is probably referring to the oleo-resin mentioned above [K]. Medicinal Uses: Antibiotic; Emmenagogue; Expectorant; Stimulant. Labdanum is an aromatic, expectorant, stimulant herb that controls bleeding and has antibiotic effects [4, 238]. It is used internally in the treatment of catarrh and diarrhoea [238] and as an emmenagogue [4]. The leaves are harvested in late spring and early summer and can be dried for later use, or the resin extracted from them [238]. Other Uses: Resin. The glandular hairs on the leaves yield the oleo-resin 'ladanum', used medicinally and in soaps, perfumery, fumigation etc [4, 11, 46, 61, 64, 89, 100]. This resin is an acceptable substitute for ambergris (which is obtained from the sperm whale) and so is important in perfume manufacture [238]. The resin is collected by dragging a type of rake through the plant, the resin adhering to the teeth of the rake, or by boiling the twigs and skimming off the resin [64, 89]. Most resin is produced at the hottest time of the year [46]. Cultivation details: Requires a sunny position in a well-drained light sandy soil [11, 182], growing well in poor soils [238]. Withstands drought once it is established [11, 190]. Plants are fairly wind resistant [166, K], tolerating maritime exposure [188]. Resents root disturbance [11]. Plants are hardy to about -10c [184], but they require protection in severe winters [11]. Plants are somewhat hardier when grown in poor soils [182]. Individual flowers only last one day but there is a long succession of them [11, 200]. Labdanum dislikes pruning, especially as it gets older and so any formative work should be restricted to removing dead, straggly or damaged growths [238]. The plant also resents root disturbance [200]. Plants should be pot grown and then planted out in their final positions whilst still small. Sometimes cultivated for its gum, which is known as 'Labdanum', this is exuded in such quantity in hot weather that the plant becomes very sticky [4, 61]. The leaves have glandular hairs which produce an aromatic gum. The sweet balsamic smell is most apparent in the summer in the early morning [245]. A very ornamental plant, it is very free-flowering and fast growing [49]. There are a number of named forms developed for their ornamental value [182]. An excellent nurse plant for sheltering young seedlings [49]. This species is notably resistant to honey fungus [88, 200]. The flowers are very attractive to bees [108]. Hybridizes freely with other members of this genus [200]. Propagation: Seed - gather when ripe and store dry [78]. Surface sow in late winter in a greenhouse [164]. The seed usually germinates in 1 - 4 weeks at 20°c [164]. Prick out the seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle into individual pots. Grow them on in the greenhouse for their first winter and plant them out the in the following spring or early summer, after the last expected frosts [164]. The seed stores for at least 3 years [K]. Cuttings of softish to half-ripe wood, 8cm long with a heel or at a node, June / August in a frame. Roots are formed within 3 weeks [78]. High percentage [78]. Cuttings of almost mature wood, 8 - 12 cm with a heel or at a node, September / October in a frame. High percentage [78]. Lift and pot up in the spring, plant out when a good root system has formed [78]. Layering in spring. Scent: Leaves: Fresh Crushed. The leaves have glandular hairs which produce an aromatic gum. The sweet balsamic smell is most apparent in the summer in the early morning. Cultivars: There are some named forms for this species, but these have been developed for their ornamental value and not for their other uses. Unless you particularly require the special characteristics of any of these cultivars, we would generally recommend that you grow the natural species for its useful properties. We have, therefore, not listed the cultivars in this database [K].” - “Cistus are small evergreen shrubs, mostly from southern Europe, which have a pleasant smell when handled and masses of large simple flowers like Dog Roses (Rosa canina), many with coloured blotches at the petal bases. Although these last only a few hours (they drop soon after noon), a plentiful supply of buds extends the pageant of colour for some weeks each summer. Among the most important species are Cistus laurifolius, 2 m (7 ft), with white flowers which have a yellowish base; Cistus ladanifer, 1, 5 m (5 ft), with large crimped white flowers having chocolate basal patches and very gummy leaves; ans Cistus incanus (a very variable species now held to include Cistus creticus and Cistus villosus), 90 - 120 cms (3 - 4 ft), soft mauve-purple. Good hybrids and cultivars include Cistus x purpureus, red-purple with deeper blotches; “Silver Pink”, clear pink; Cistus x lusitanicus, white and crimson with downy leaves, and its form decumbens with smooth leaves; and Cistus x cyprius, with clusters of white flowers with purple blotches. The genus Halimium from S Europe and parts of Asia resembles Cistus, with smaller flowers on low-spreading bushes and there are hybrids between the genera called x Halimiocistus. Halimium lasianthum is a low-spreading Iberian shrub up to 90 cms (3 ft) tall. It is a grey, downy plant often with long white hairs intermixed, and has rich yellow flowers with crimson blotches near the base. These are 4 cms (1 ½ ins) across; a form known as concolor is similar but without blotches. None of the Cistus are long-lived, particularly in cool climates, so need frequent renewal from seeds or cuttings. They also resent disturbance so should be left alone when established. In some of the smaller Greek Islands, oil from the foliage is used to make a crude form of incense. Collection is made by goats which small boys round up and drive through the Cistus thickets. The gum sticks to the goats hair which at the end of the uperation smells considerably sweeter than it did beforehand and then the hair is cut, placed in vats with water and brought to the boil. Besides cleaning the hair, this releases the gum which can be scraped off when the liquid cools. The substance extracted is known as Ladanum and is most plentiful in the young leaf tops from which it is now removed with the aid of alcohol. Centuries before Christ, however, Herodotus described another method of collection; “Ladanum ... is found in a most incongruous place. It is the sweetest of scented substances. It is gathered from the beards of he-goats, where it is found sticking like gum, having come from the bushes on which they browsw.” The main species used for this purpose are Cistus salviifolius and Cistus incanus, which are commonly known as Gum Cistus or, in Nnew Zealand, as Gallipoli Roses because troops from the First World War took back seeds of these species from Gallipoli. Ladanum is also thought to be the Myrrh of the Bible referred to in Genesis 37: 25 “... behold a company of Ishmaelites came from Gilead with their camels bearing spicery and balm and myrrh.” The gum is dark with a heavy odour resembling ambergris and makes a fixative for perfumes; it is used in the manufacture of soap, powders, creams and cosmetics. The leaves are also made into tea by Arabs in Algeria.” Frances Perry. -

-- Clematis alpina / Alpeklematis (N) / - Klatrende, krypende, kraftig, 3 – 5 m. Blå blomster. – 1 stk. utplantet høsten 2003 inntil steinveggen ca. 10 – 12 m sørvest for Gudmunddammen. -

-- Clematis Barbara Jackman (Rowland Jackman 1947, UK) / - Klatreplante. Høyde: Opptil 400 cm. Blomstringstid: V-IX. Beskjæring: mars. – 1 stk. kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 03.05. 2004, utplantet 05.05. 2004 ved plommetreet Czar ca. 10 m sør og 4 m vest for Snekkerbuas sørvestre hjørne. – ”Remarks: An amazing early bloomer. It starts out a subtle bi-color pink with darker pink but then fades (but in a good way) to a pale purple. Great vigor and many flowers. It's first bloom is immediatley followed by a rebloom of smaller flowers but not much later in the season.” - “Large mauve-blue or violet flowers with a redder stripe. Creamy-yellow anthers on white filaments. Named in 1947 after Rowland Jackman's wife. According to Toomey & Leeds (2001), Rowland Jackman's propagator, A Voneshon, thought that 'Barbara Jackman' could have been a seedling of C patens. John Howells suggests that the form may be faintly scented. Group: Early large-flowered group. Fragrant: No.” – “Light lavender with a red bar. Contrasting yellow anthers. Late Spring to Early Summer; Late Summer bloom   6-8 ft. Lavender /Red flowers. Sun, Part Shade. US Zones 5-8. Early flowring in the spring on the previous year's growth. If you hard prune, you eliminate most or all of the early blooms. Instead, groom this after flowering by cutting back the top one-third to one-half of some stems. This encourages new growth for possible summer bloom.” -

-- Clematis montana Mayleen / Clematis / Waldrebe / Clematite / Powojnik / Bosrank / - Klatreplante, løvfellende. Høyde: Blomstring: V-VI. Rosalilla blomster. Sol, halvskygge. Beskjæring: VI. - 1 stk. kjøpt Ødegård Plantesalg Isvik 14.04. 2005, utplantet 14.04. 2005 ca. 4 m øst for nedre porten i midre steinmuren, inntil nordsiden av steinmuren mellom Hageblåbærhagen i Hasselnøtthagen og da er på den andre siden Tindvedhagen. -

-- Clematis montana var. rubens / Bergklematis / - Klatrende, 6 – 8 m. H 3. -

-- Clematis Mrs. Thompson / - Høyde: Blomstringstid: V+VII-IV. Beskjæring: XI. - 1 stk. kr. 98,- kjøpt ca. 27.04. 2004, utplantet 29.04. 2004 inntil pæretreet Herrepære ca. 6 – 7 m øst for det store gamle pæretreet. -

-- Clematis Nelly Moser / Klematishybrid / - Klatrende, 3 – 4 m. – 1 stk. utplantet 2003, inntil epletreet Dolgo få m øst for huset her. - Og 1 stk. kjøpt høsten 2004 utplantet (foreløbig?) ca. 4 m nord og 2 m øst for den store høye furustubben sørligst Trampolineplassen. -

-- Clematis Sylvia Denny / - Hvite blomster. – Utplantet 2003 ca. 2 m øst for den store steinen ved det gamle store plommetreet, inntil en Viburnum. -

-- Clematis Ville de Lyon / Klematishybrid / - Klatrende, 3 – 4 m. H 5. – 1 stk. utplantet 2003 inntil plommetre Victoria (ca. 1 m nord for låvebroens nordvestre hjørne). -

-- Clematis x Ville deLyon / Rød Praktklematis (N) / - 1 stk. kr. 85,- kjøpt Etne Hagesenter i Etne 19.04. 2005, utplantet samme dag ca. 9 m nord for Fjøsbygningens nv hjørne. Dvs. inntil Morus nigra der. - Fra merkelappen: ”H5. Dyp karminrøde blomster i juli - august. God til snitt. Næringsrik, dyp jord. Lun og solrik vokseplass. Ca. høyde: 2 - 3 m. Pl. avstand: 1, 5 - 2 m.” -

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-- Clethra alnifolia Hummingbird / - Utplantet 2003 -

-- Conopodium majus (Gouan) Loret (Conopodium denudatum) / Jordnøtt / - Var det mye av her på eiendommen da vi kom hit i august 2002! Har bare flyttet litt på noen av de og frøene deres, - har ikke innført nye planter av sorten, 2003. – Rotknollen mørkbrun, spiselig med behagelig, mild, nøtteaktig smak (også efter koking). Mettende og næringsrik? – Finnes viltvoksende i Norge langs kysten fra Agder til Nordland. -

-- Coreopsis verticillata Moonbeam / / - Staude. Kjøpt 04.11. 2003. Utplantet -

-- Coreopsis verticillata Zagrep / Vakkerøye / Krans-skønhedsøje / Tickseed / Hostoga / Syyskaunosilma / Madchenauge / - Staude. Høyde: 30 cm. Blomstringstid: VII-IX. Sol. Snittblomst. - Kjøpt 04.11. 2003. Har den fra før av også, to steder. Utplantet – Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 27.04. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet inntil søndre endestenens hjørne steinmurplatået som huset her står på, østsiden av huset – ca. 12 m steinmur. – Og 1 stk. (kr. 5,- pr. stk., salg) kjøpt 19.05. 2004 Etne Hagesenter i Etne, utplantet 20.05. 2004 nær inntil yuccaen ved komposten øst for huset her. Dvs. ca. 3 m nordøst for surkirsebærtreet Wormdal. -

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-- Cornus alba Elegantissima / Hvitbladkornell / - 10. 2003. Utplantet ca. 10 meter øst for det gamle plommetreet. -

-- Cornus alba Sibirica / Sibirkornell / - 22.11. 2002. Utplantet 1 stk. ca. 2, 5 m nord for det store gamle plommetreet. -

-- Cornus canadensis / Chamaepericlymenum canadense (J.Hill.) / Creeping dogwood / Squaw Berry / - Staude. Høyde: 100 cm. Blomstringstid: Bunndekkende. – 1 stk. kjøpt 2003 hos Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik, utplantet ca. 3, 5 m vest og 1 m sør for det store gamle plommetreet. – Og 1 stk. kjøpt kr. 65,- Ødegård Plantesalg i Isvik 16.06. 2004, utplantet samme dag ca. 1, 5 m nord for Vinduskarmdrivbenkens (nordvest for Herrepære) nordvestre hjørne. - PFAF: “Perennial g