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The Significance of the spontaneous Vegetation in the old garden of the Arboretum Trsteno (Croatia)

Maja Kovačević ; Arboretum Trsteno, Trsteno

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str. 29-40

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This paper deals with research in the tree cover in the Renaissance Gucetic garden, part of the Arboretum Trsteno of the Croatian Academy of Science and Art. The vegetation of the wood complex investigated covers 100% of the surface and four layers can be recognized. The biological spectrum contains 77.7% phanerophytes, 14.0% chamaephytes and 8.3% geophytes. The compositions of the stands investigated are distinguished into cultivated, subspontaneous and spontaneous species. Among spontaneous species, Laurus nobilis plays the most significant role and is dominant. In accordance with spontaneous species, belonging to phytosociological units, reference is made to the intermixing of evergreen and deciduous regions of the coast, in the investigated habitat.

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