Natural Plant Expositions

 

On the right and left side of the central alley of the garden, expositions of natural plants are located. Eight boat-geographical expositions have been created in 12 ha of Dendrology Institute.

East Asian flora, Central Asian flora, North American flora, South America flora, flora of Mediterranean countries, Australia and New Zealand flora, Caucasian flora, African flora.

The expositions show subtropical, tropical, and genetic, different types of forests, meadows, steppe and desert plants. Of the 1800 species introduced here, about 69 are rare and endangered species. There are 25 genus of humus and 230 species of moisture around the water pools. Natural flora’s plant expositions have a wide variety of species. 255 of the Mediterranean Sea, Australia and New Zealand flora 105, Caucasus flora 420, East Asia flora 170, South and South America 180, and Central Asian flora of more than 109 species of trees and shrubs are cultivated.

Exposition of flower plants

The Dendrology Institute has 22 species of roses brought from the world flora, 300 genus, 9 species of daffodils, 35 genus, 6 species of iris and 12genus. Various collections of flowers were also collected. It is characterized by varieties of 75 species of extensible perennial plants and 162genus, 28 species of cactus and 56 genus as well as other plant collections. The distinguishing feature of the collection is the variety of decorations from the natural flora of the subtropical zone. There is only about 15 species and 26 genus in the rich collection of rhubarb. The collection of ornamental plants is located in the main entrance area of ​​the area. These collections are the basis for introductory research. They are decorative etiquette of long-term sown on landscape architecture.

 

 Cultural plant expositions

Cultural plants are exhibited in 12 expositions. There are about 760genus of about 600 species here. The expositions describe the evolution, origin and introduction of agricultural crops. They can be traced to the variations of wild sparrows from plants and their first low-productive forms to modern high yield varieties. Here you can get acquainted with soil mulching, fruiting and forming methods. The largest pomegranate collection in the garden contains 18 species and 400 genus, 128 species of fruit trees, 60 species of berries, 130genus. The collection of ostrich plants is 420 species. There are 370 species of medicinal herbs in the collection. The collection of fruits and wild species consists of 62 species and genus.