The action is smooth from the red book description and photo

Smooth action is a rather rare, protected plant. It loves light very much and is extremely sensitive to soil fertility. The most common in forests, in particular in mixed and broadleaved, as well as preferable, are shadow or wet slopes of rocks.

Mostly sprouts on the territory of Eurasia, Korea and China. There are 7 locations in these zones in total, while each of them has no less than 50 bushes of such a plant.

Reducing the population

The reduction in the number has been noted for the past 20 years, which has been associated with:

  • increasing the frequency of fires in the forests;
  • widespread mining industry;
  • breaking branches, which are then intended for bouquets.

In addition, factors affecting the reduction of numbers are considered:

  • isolation of the population;
  • a nonstandard arrangement of wet rocks the ideal habitat of such a plant;
  • narrow environmental prevalence;
  • Only a seed method of propagation;
  • Various recreational loads.

The best security activities are the restriction of forest pallets in spring and autumn, expanding the territory of nature monuments, as well as the organization of zones free from industry in forests.

The plant has average cultivation abilities. This means that in culture such a plant is considered stable since it multiplies with the help of cuttings and seeds. At the same time, the seeds in a short time lose their germination, which is why it is very important to sow them directly in the year when the maturation occurred.

Short description

Smooth action is representative of the Hydensye family, which is why it is a leafy and branched shrub that grows no more than 2 meters in height. In addition, the characteristic features include:

  • leaves they are opposite and fine-tooth;
  • Shoots are represented by a peeling bark with a reddish or brown tint. It is noteworthy that over time it acquires a brownish-gray shade;
  • flowers look like a bird cherry, but in size, they are much larger. They grow in such abundance that outwardly the bushes can resemble a rather large white snowdrift. After flowering is completed, they become fewer noticeable-this continues until the foliage falls out and the specific yellow-brown crust of the branches becomes visible.

The flowering period falls in June and can bear fruit from August to September.

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