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Issue 2 (2) 2003 pp. 25–31

Regina Dębicz

The frequency of applying of cut flowers to decorate graves in cemeteries in Wrocław

Abstract: The frequency of applying of cut flowers to decorate graves in thirteen municipal or parish cemeteries in the city of Wrocław were estimated in years 1998-2000. In each cemetery 10 sample places with 50 graves were chosen. The research covered the species which occurred more than twice. It consisted of herbal plants and shrubs. Analysing the frequency of applying of plants, 129 taxa from 43 botanical families were estimated. The greatest number of taxa were used in Summer – 99, the next in Autumn – 61 and Spring – 50. In each cemetery, respectively, the same 20, 14 and 17 taxa were applied. In Spring the most frequently graves were decorated with: Salix caprea, Tulipa sp., Forsythia cultivars, Narcissus cultivars, Dendranthema grandiflora – spray cultivars, in Summer – Dendranthema grandiflora – spray cultivars, Gypsophilla paniculata, Callistephus chinensis, Campanula glomerata, Lilium cultivars, and in Autumn – Dendranthema grandiflora, Dendranthema grandiflora – garden cultivars, Dahlia pinata, Gladiolus cultivars, Crocosmia crocosmiflora.
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Keywords: cemeteries, cut flowers

For citation:

MLA Dębicz, Regina. "The frequency of applying of cut flowers to decorate graves in cemeteries in Wrocław." Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus 2.2 (2003): 2.
APA Dębicz, R. (2003). The frequency of applying of cut flowers to decorate graves in cemeteries in Wrocław. Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus 2 (2), 2.
ISO 690 DęBICZ, Regina. The frequency of applying of cut flowers to decorate graves in cemeteries in Wrocław. Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus, 2003, 2.2: 2.
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