Lincoln University campus: a guide to some of the shrubs currently growing there
As with the first book “Lincoln University campus – a guide to some of the trees currently growing there” (April 2008) the purpose of this guide is primarily to increase the awareness for those people who are interested in plants of the Lincoln University campus. For some people shrubs can also be a learning resource, much like a library of books is for others. In a library, books of course have a title and are classified in order that they can easily be found. From there it is up to the individual as to what they may wish to find out from the contents. Currently plants at Lincoln are known by some at different levels of correctness, but for the majority providing the equivalent of a title and where you might find them may be a useful starting point, from there people can choose to learn what they may want to know about the plants. Labelling shrubs is another option, but for now, this should be seen for what it is - a starting point for those who wish to find out more.... [Show full abstract]
KeywordsLincoln University campus; shrubs; physical landscape; shrub plantings; notable shrubs; ornamental shrubs
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Thomas, Michael B.; Spurway, Mervyn I. (The International Plant Propagators' Society., 1987)The response of container-grown rewa-rewas (Knightia excelsa] to five levels of N. P. K and lime were studied. The plants responded strongly to added N with the largest and most green plants receiving 450 to 600g N/m3 while ...
Spain, A. V. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1967)The present study is an investigation of the Arthropoda associated with Olearia colensoi Hooker f. This is a subalpine scrub plant that occupies a narrow altitudinal belt between the treeline and the alpine grassland on ...
Thomas, Michael B. (The International Plant Propagators' Society., 1981)A range of proteaceous shrubs and other nursery plants were grown in containers with soilless media and various N levels primarily supplied from Osmocote (26 percent N). Plants demonstrated a range of responsiveness. ...