bog plant


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bog plant

A plant which lives continuously in wet soil, but not in stagnant water.
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The concentrations of C can be controlled by different bog plant species and peatland types, leading to fluctuations in the C/N ratios (Anderson 2002; Loisel et al.
For instance, Small (1972) found that nutrient resorption and nutrient-use efficiency, defined as the amount of C assimilated per unit nutrient, was higher in evergreens than in deciduous plants, and in bog plants compared with non-bog plants.
Photosynthetic rates in relation to nitrogen recycling as an adaptation to nutrient deficiency in peat bog plants. Canadian Journal of Botany 50:2227-2233.
There is also a pond, which has some interesting bog plants and provides even non-gardeners with a touch of tranquility.
Plant it out with a range of tall and short bog plants, such as groundhugging Lysimachia nummularia (creeping jenny) and proud Iris ensata (Japanese water iris), for maximum impact.
Plant it out with a range of tall and short bog plants, such as ground-hugging Lysimachia nummularia (creeping jenny) and proud Iris ensata ( Japanese water iris), for maximum impact.
For his own pleasure, Lonsdale, 59, raises collections of bog plants, pasque flowers, hellebores, cactuses, yuccas, epimediums, crocus and trout lilies.
Bog plants will provide food and shelter for a range of fish, frogs and other creatures, and will also help to attract birds, butterflies and dragonflies.
Comparing a comprehensive current day list from these sites with Emma Cole's historic catalog of bog plants provides a rare opportunity to compare bog vegetation from a limited geographic area before and after 11 5 years or urban and agriculture development.
Flanders Moss is home to a number of specialist bog plants such as sphagnum moss, bog cotton, star moss, cranberry, sundews and reindeer moss.
M Muckelberg A Venus flytraps are bog plants and as such are usually planted in peat with some drainage added such as sharp sand, to replicate their natural environment.