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Oak forests of the rocky outcrops

Prazites and Semiparazite Plants

Generally known parazites of the plants are funguses, bacterias and viruses. But also in plant kingdom,  group of plants has evolved independently,  which are partially of fully dependent on other plants as they obtain necessary nutriens for growth and development…
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Průhonice botanical garden | Petr Petřík | 27.3.2014
Prazites and Semiparazite Plants
Botanical guide through park
Map of the potential natural vegetation
Map of the meadows communities
Ponds under the castle

Dry meadows

 
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Places | Petr Petřík | 7.6.2014
Dry meadows

Wet meadows

 
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Places | Lubomír Pokorný | 16.8.2013
Wet meadows
Forests near the Gloriet
Alluvial meadows of the Botič Rook
Rocky outcrops over the Alpinum
Ruderal plant communities
Oak forests with grasslands

Chotobuz Botanic Garden in Pruhonice

 Botanic garden is located in western periphery of  Pruhonice park. Garden entrance is from the park.
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Průhonice botanical garden | Pavel Sekerka | 3.9.2013
Chotobuz Botanic Garden in  Pruhonice

Shrub Roses

Shrub or Park Roses have its origin in medieval times.
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Průhonice botanical garden | Pavel Sekerka | 19.2.2014
Shrub Roses

Grandiflora Roses

 Grandifloras, including teahybrids, are flowers which come to mind first when thinking about roses.
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Průhonice botanical garden | Pavel Sekerka | 19.2.2014
Grandiflora Roses
Rock Garden

Daylilies

 Daylilies are grown so long in gardens, that some botanists consider them a species native to Europe.
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Průhonice botanical garden | Pavel Sekerka | 18.2.2014
Daylilies

Multiflora Roses

 Multiflora roses have more flower buds on a stem, a bit smaller, but you can enjoy them for longer time.
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Průhonice botanical garden | Pavel Sekerka | 19.2.2014
Multiflora Roses

Climbing Roses

Climbing roses have very long canes and they need support to hold upright.
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Průhonice botanical garden | Pavel Sekerka | 19.2.2014
Climbing Roses

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