Exposition collection complex of spring-blooming plants presented in the Nikita Botanical Gardens
As a rule, botanical gardens have a lack of area to dispose all their accumulated collection funds. Most collections consist of many specimens as a result of introduction and breeding. In common they are based on out-of-view territories, though contain exclusive cultivars and forms, devoted to be available for a wide audience. The objective of this work is to optimize anthropogenic landscape in the Nikita Botanical Gardens due to thematical expocomplex, as an object of scientific researches, exhibition of results and conservation of a biological diversity. The project proposal of a new thematical exposition was worked out, where arboreal-shrubby and herbaceous collections, blooming in winter and spring periods, interconnect harmoniously. The ground of exposition is presented by Tulipa L. and flowering fruit-bearing plants from Prunus L., Chaenomeles Lindl., Malus P. Mill., Crataegus Tourn ex L.; while Syringa L., Paeonia L., Wisteria Nutt. and spring-blooming perennials complement it. Flowering in exposition will continue for 4-5 months from January-February until the end of May.
Golovnev, I.I., Komar-Tyomnaya, L.D., Korotkov, O.I. and Golovneva, E.E. (2020). Exposition collection complex of spring-blooming plants presented in the Nikita Botanical Gardens. Acta Hortic. 1298, 43-48
thematical garden, collection, spring blooming