Mongolian nut from the Red Book Description and photo

Mongolian walnuts belongs to the category of specially protected plants. Outwardly it is a halfbust, growing no more than half a meter in length. It is a polycarpic this means that such a plant blooms and fruit over more than once throughout life. It differs from other varieties straight burgundy-brown branches and lush inflorescences of a bluish-violet shade. The flowering period falls on the end of summer and the first half of autumn.

The propagation method is seeds and layering, as for the seeds, they have such features:

  • lack of a period of rest;
  • high germination;
  • Friendly germination.
  • Areas with the greatest prevalence are represented by:

  • Russia;
  • Mongolia;
  • China.
  • Features of germination

    In addition to narrow prevalence regarding growth territories, Mongolian walnut is characterized in that:

    Mongolian nut from the Red Book Description and photo
  • resistant to drought;
  • loves heat and light;
  • It is found only on the slopes of the hills and mountains, in particular, steppe, rocky and gravelly. It can also germinate in a river shallow and lowpower sand.
  • A decrease in numbers is noted against the background:

  • grazing of cattle and mediumsized livestock;
  • wide range of healing properties;
  • use for honey mining.
  • In folk medicine, the Mongolian walnuts are widely known for its anticysting and analgesic effect. In addition, it is widely used to combat convulsions.

    Features of the Mongol Orekhloknik

    In addition to the fact that such a plant is a grayish halfbrush, it also has the following features:

  • leaves opposite, sitting and lanceolate. In their sinuses, shortened shoots have small leaves are formed;
  • The flowers are monosymmetric. While their color is blue in the bud, as they open, they become purple. Gather in inflorescences in which approximately 15 flowers are read;
  • Venko soldered and extended upward. Blue stamens and a column protrude from it;
  • fruit represented by 4 winged nuts, which provides the plant with a strong etheric smell.
  • Propagate or cultivate such a shrub with the help of semiearned cuttings. Often this process occurs in August. Cuttings are rooted in a container in which sand and peat are mixed in equal quantities. After the roots appear, they are moved to soil, consisting of the ground, sand and peat. Stuffing seedlings can be planted in autumn or spring.

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