Shrub Names and their Botanical Equivalents

COMMON NAMES AND THEIR BOTANICAL EQUIVALENTS

 

Berberis darwinii

 

Barberry — berberis

Beech — fagus

Box — buxus

Broom, Common — cytisus

Broom, Mount Etna — Genista aethnensis

Cotton lavender — santolina

Firethorn — pyracantha

Fishbone cotoneaster — Cotoneaster horizontalis

Hawthorn — crataegus

Heath — erica

Heather — calluna

Holly — ilex

Honeysuckle — lonicera

Hornbeam — carpinus

Ivy — hedera

Japonica — chaenomeles

Jasmine — Jasminum officinale

Jessamine — Jasminum officinale

Lad’s love — Artemisia abrotanum

Laurel — Prunus laurocerasus

Laurustinus — Viburnum tinus

Lilac — syringa

Lavender — lavandula

Mile-a-minute vine — Polygonum baldschuanicum

Mock Orange blossom — philadelphus

Orange blossom, Mexican— Choisya ternata

Passion flower — passiflora

Periwinkle — vinca

Privet — ligustrum

Quickthorn — crataegus

Rock rose — cistus

Rosemary — rosmarinus

Rue — ruta

Russian vine — Polygonum baldschuanicum

Sage — salvia

Sage, Jerusalem — Phlomis fruticosa

Southernwood — Artemisia abrotanum

Spindle tree — Euonymus europaeus

Spiraea, Blue — caryopteris

Sun rose — helianthemum

Sweet bay — laurus

Tamarisk — tamarix

Tree lupin — Lupinus arboreus

Vine — vitis

Willow — salix

Winter sweet — Chimonanthus praecox

Witch-hazel, Chinese — Hamamelis mollis

04. May 2011 by admin
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