Alyssum is widely known to our gardeners and is very popular. Its Latin name is & mdash, alissum & mdash, a derivative of the compound word, where 'a' stands for negation, and 'lyssa' & mdash, canine rabies (it is assumed that a once-unknown relative of modern alissum was used against rabies).
These are highly branched low-growing plants with lignified shoots and highly spreading bushes. Plant height from 15 to 40 cm. Alissum flowers are small, collected in racemose inflorescences. Color & mdash, white, yellow, pink, purple. During flowering, alissum, which is a good early honey plant, emits a very pleasant and fairly strong honey aroma, which, in addition, attracts bees and other pollinating insects to useful garden crops. It turns out two in one & mdash, and it’s nice and useful!
Its bushes perfectly mask the areas under flowering bulbous plants, such as the white flower, daffodil, hazel grouse, scilla, tulip and other flowers. Purple varieties of alissum look pretty good next to yellow marigolds and ...
Latin name: Alyssum.
Family: Brassicaceae (Brassicaceae), formerly cruciferous (Cruciferae).
Alyssum is widely distributed in southern Europe, southern Siberia, Asia and North Africa.
Form: annual and perennial low-growing herbaceous plants with semi-lignified shoots.
Alyssum (alyssum, mason) & mdash, an elegant plant 15-30 cm high. The roots are fibrous, the root system is compact. The stems are semi-lignified, almost lying, highly branched. Alyssum & mdash, the plant forming lush voluminous curtains. The leaves are small, lanceolate, pubescent, gray-green. Alissum flowers are small, very fragrant, collected in bushy inflorescences. The color of the flowers depends on the type and variety of plants. Fruit & mdash, pod. Alissum seeds are very small, flat.
Alyssum blooms in April-May, very plentifully, with proper care, you can achieve repeated flowering.
In the genus there are annual and perennial species of alissum. Perennial species are more frost-resistant than annual alissum. The flowering time of perennials is shorter than that of annuals. Growing alissum perennial has a small specificity. In order for the long-term alissum to bloom profusely, you need to carefully select the plant to the conditions of planting.
Alyssum is rocky
Alyssum is a beautiful, elegant plant. The Latin name for this flower is Alyssum. Alyssum is classified as perennial herbaceous plants, ground cover plants, as well as plants for rock gardens. If we talk about the family of this plant, then these are cabbage families; earlier it belonged to the family of cruciferous plants. Alyssum rocky is widespread in southern Europe, North Africa, Asia and southern Siberia. In shape, rocky alissum is perennial and annual. Both perennial and annual alissum are a short and grassy plant, with partially lignified shoots.
Alyssum has many names. So, often you can find the name alyssum or mason. But, despite the name, the flower is very elegant. Alissum can reach a height of 15 to 30 cm. The root system is quite compact, it belongs to the type of fibrous root system.
The stems of this plant are almost lying, strongly branching, and also, as mentioned earlier, with partially lignified shoots. Alyssum blooms beautifully, while forming lush and voluminous ...
Alyssum, or alyssum (Alyssum) plant description, care and disease, watering and reproduction
Epiphytes and epiliths of various shapes, from stemless iris-like forms to long-rhizome and short-rhizome with well-developed pseudobulbs. Pseudobulbs carry 1-2 leathery, sometimes woody leaves. The flowers are mostly medium-sized, many are collected in highly branched, straight, arched or drooping arms. The color is dominated by yellow-brown tones.
oncidium (oncidium), the orchid family.
Number: There are 750 species in the genus.
Sinuous oncidium (Oncidium flexuosum)
A plant with a long ascending rhizome, bearing spaced, flattened pseudobulbs with 1-2 leaves at the top and 2-4 lower leaves covering the pseudobulb from below. The leaves are oblong, 10-12 cm long and 2.5 cm wide, soft, bright green. Inflorescence is a loose multi-flowered panicle on a long peduncle. Flowers 1.5-3 cm in diameter, bright yellow with reddish-brown spots at the base of each segment. Sepals and petals are small. The lip is large, significantly exceeds the rest of the tepals, with small triangular lateral lobes and a flat kidney-shaped, unclear 4-lobed middle lobe. The comb at the base of the lip from two parts: the back is soft, fluffy and the front - 3-5 ...
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Alyssum, Alyssum (Lobularia)
Russian name. Alyssum, Alyssum
Latin name. Lobularia
Homeland. A native of Central Europe, found in the wild in the Balkans, on the coasts of the Dnieper and Don, in the Caucasus.
General information. In the spring season, an alissum or alyssum becomes a lush golden yellow carpet with a fragrant aroma and is a wonderful decoration for a personal plot. The variety of colors is striking: sunny yellow, white, pink, purple, etc.
Alyssum is an annual and perennial stunted plant with semi-woody shoots. The leaves are medium-sized, oblong-lanceolate or obovate, pubescent, from which they have a grayish tint. The flowers are small, yellow, collected in fairly dense racemose inflorescences. The fruit is a pod. Seeds are flat, small, in 1 g of 3000-3500 pieces, the germination of which lasts up to 3 years.
Plants up to 20-25 cm high, but there are undersized forms, up to 8 cm.
It blooms from June to frost with small flowers collected in a brush. The flowers have a very strong aroma, reminiscent of the smell of honey or vanilla.
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Flowers for the lazy. Beauty, Aroma, Benefit
We continue the story about unpretentious types of flowers, for growing and lush flowering of which you will need to do only three things: buy seeds, sow them in the garden and water.
For lovers of delicate and delicate compositions
Thin delicate twigs of perennial tall gypsophila with small white double flowers are often added to the bouquets by arrangers.
I recommend that you grow an elegant one-year gypsophila (Gypsophila elegans), also used with success for arranging, its second name is “swing”. It is really very elegant, lower than the perennial (about 40 cm) and does not happen to be terry, but among its varieties, in addition to white flowers, you can find all shades of pink and raspberry flowers.
The annual gypsophila grows very quickly, and after 40-45 days it will delight you with abundant (but, alas, not very long) flowering. But it can be sown from early May to mid-June (for example, every 2 weeks). And then the continuous flowering of gypsophila throughout the summer is guaranteed to you!
General description of lobularia
Alyssum is common among gardeners, since the plant is characterized by abundant flowering, sweet aroma. The height of the culture is from 20 to 30 cm, the flowers are red, purple, white, pink, yellow. The roots are fibrous, compact. Stems branch strongly, leaves are lanceolate. After the flowering period, the fruit is formed - the pod. The cultivation of alissums is practiced in summer cottages, garden beds, they give buds in April and May creating a kind of snow carpet, and then from mid-June to October.
Alissum mountain (Alyssum montanum)
Plants withstand small cold, frosts up to -10 ° C, some varieties may not even drop leaves for the winter. Most varieties are distributed in the Mediterranean.
Alyssum or Lobularia: growing from seed
Lobularia prefers a neutral, drained land rich in calcium. For planting, it is better to choose illuminated areas, since in the penumbra the plant becomes more loose. The culture is not afraid of drought, but it is better to carry out regular moderate watering. If the beetroot does not have enough moisture, it will bloom very quickly. Also, twice a year it is recommended to feed the crop using nitrogen fertilizers.
In the springtime, be sure to cut last year's flower stalks. This is necessary so that the plant blooms beautifully again. Rock alissum is cut by 1/3, and the remaining varieties are 5-7 cm. Alissum is subjected to brown root rot, powdery mildew. These diseases can be prevented by properly caring for the crop.
Features of the reproduction of lobularia
Alyssum is propagated by cuttings, seed method, division of the bush. Seed material is planted in greenhouses at the end of March or in open ground, but in May. Flowering of the alyssum is observed 45-50 days after the first shoots. When planting crops, keep a distance of 35-45 cm between the bushes.
The use of alissum in decorating the garden
Since planting and caring for alissum is not difficult, it is often used to decorate the garden. The plant is planted in rock gardens, used to decorate retaining walls, in rockeries.
Low-growing shrubs are planted between concrete slabs, they are decorated with curbs, low-growing flower beds. Culture feels great in group plantings in combination with irises, gladioli, phlox, forget-me-nots, tulips. Alyssum also looks beautiful in a flowerpot on the loggias. Beekeepers are very fond of lobularia, so they often plant it to attract bees.
Alyssum has found application in folk medicine as a diuretic and laxative. Also, culture helps with the treatment of diseases of the lungs, kidneys, for the treatment of bites. The use of alissum for the elimination of hernias, colds, removal of kidney stones is practiced.
A mixture of beetroot leaves with honey is used in cosmetology and helps to get rid of age spots. Sometimes alissum is dried, placed in the house. It is believed that its aroma helps maintain body tone, get rid of headaches, insomnia.
Alyssum varieties and species
Alissum sea, ormarine lobularia(A. maritium, or Lobularia maritime). Homeland - Mediterranean. Perennial. In central Russia, annual alissum is grown. Height is 20-25 cm. Stems form undersized compact sockets. Stem length up to 40 cm. The plant does not winter in open ground. The flowers of sea alissum are blue, pink and white. It begins to bloom in May and pleases the eye before the onset of frost. Actively grows and tolerates a haircut.
It has several garden varieties:
Bentham (var. Benthamii (Voss) Bailey) — plant 30-40 cm high, white flowers. Its most famous varieties: 'Weiss Riesen' - a plant up to 35 cm tall with large white flowers, can be used for cutting, 'Schneesturm' - a plant up to 25 cm tall, flowers are white, large,
Compact (var. Compactum hort.) - plant 12-15 cm high, white flowers. Known variety: 'Violetkonigin' ('Violetkonigin') - bush 10-15 cm high, compact, densely branched, purple flowers, 'Capet of Snow' ('Carpet of Snow') - Alissum ‘Snow Carpet’, a variety with large white flowers. The stems creep, form a dense carpet, a bush 11-15 cm high, the aroma is very strong.
Open (var. Procumbens (Bailey) Boom). The most famous varieties: 'Schneeteppich' ('Schneeteppich') - bush 8-10 cm tall, compact, densely branched, white flowers, collected in short brushes, 'Rosie O'Day' - bush 8-10 cm tall, flowers are deep pink, 'Konigsteppih' - plant up to 10 cm tall, purple-violet flowers.
Motley (var. Variegatum hort.) - a plant up to 12-15 cm tall with yellowish-white-fringed leaves and small white or light purple flowers, as well as a tetraploid variety - 'Tetra Schneetriben' - bush up to 25 cm tall, abundantly and continuously blooming, flowers are large, white.
Of the relatively new varieties, it is worth noting:'
'Easter Deep Rose' - one of the youngest varieties of marine lobularia. It is characterized by stunting and intense flowering. Corollas are bright pink in color. The same group of varieties also includes 'Easter Bonnet Pink' - the color of small flowers is lilac-pink.
Inflorescences of plant varieties 'New Apricot' seem to be pure white. Only upon closer examination can a pale apricot hue be seen on the corollas.
For grade 'Paletta'characterized by a rich color palette - corollas can be pink in several shades, raspberry, lilac, red, brownish, and white. Small plants with a height of only about 10 cm look cozy and old-fashioned, although 'Paletta' appeared only in 1997
Petals of Lobularia 'Salmon ' painted in the most fashionable color at present - salmon gray-pink. The height of the bushes is also about 10cm.
Variety plants 'Tiny Tim' even smaller, their height is only 8 cm. This is a real dwarf variety. Since this lobularia has creeping shoots, it has a high ground cover ability. In the summer, the bushes are almost entirely hidden under the boiling-white caps of inflorescences.
‘Easter Bonnet White’ - variety with white flowers.
‘Klein Dorrit’ - variety with white flowers. Height is 15 cm.
‘Lilac Queen’ - variety with dark lilac flowers.
‘Little Dorrit’ - a variety with white flowers and straight stems. Height is 15 cm.
‘MorningMist’ - a variety with flowers of several shades.
‘Oriental Night’ - A variety with dark purple flowers. Height 10 cm.
‘Royal Carpet’ - variety with purple flowers.
‘Snow Krystals’ - alyssum with white large flowers. Height 25-30 cm. Good for growing in hanging baskets.
‘Wonderland’ - alissum with flowers of bright pink color. Height 5-10 cm.
The alissum is rocky (A. saxatile, or Aurinia saxatilis). Homeland - Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Western Black Sea, Asia Minor. Perennial. The stems are up to 30 cm tall, this alissum has many interesting leaf shapes, with a juicy gray tint. Leaves of this species can be stored on stems even in winter. The flowers are collected in panicles, yellow. The plant blooms early and for a short time, only from April to May. We know several varieties of rock alissum:
‘Compactum’ - undersized variety, height up to 18 cm.
‘Plenum’ - Rock alyssum with golden yellow double flowers, plant height up to 30 cm. Flowering longer than that of the main species.
‘Procumbes’ - dwarfish creeping variety, height up to 8 cm.
‘Dudley Neville’ - with tawny flowers.
‘Citrinum’ - with lemon yellow flowers.
Golden Wave - A fairly lush plant with yellow flowers, which reaches a growth of 20 cm. It blooms only from the age of two.
Alyssum of Pyrenees(A. pyrenaicum, or Ptilotrichum pyrenaicum). Homeland - Pyrenees. Perennial alissum. Height is 15-20 cm. The leaves are oval, fleshy, silvery, pubescent. The color of the flowers is white. It blooms in summer.
Alissum creeping(A. repens, or A. transsilvanicum, or A. trichostachyum, or A. virescens). In the natural environment grows in the steppes and mountains of Eastern and Southeast Europe, Western Asia. Perennial. Height 40-60 cm. The basal leaves are oval, collected in a socket. Stem leaves are lanceolate. The color of the flowers is bright yellow. It blooms in late spring.
Alyssum Silver(A. argenteum). Perennial alissum. Height up to 80 cm. Stems form a silver-green rosette. The leaves are small, silver gray below, green above. The color of the flowers is lemon yellow. It blooms in May and July.
Alyssum alpine (Alyssum alpestre). Homeland - Mountains of Europe. Perennial up to 6cm tall. Short, bunching, stalk. Grayish small elliptic leaves. Yellow four-petalled flowers collected in spherical apical inflorescences.
Alyssum borax (Alyssum alyssoides). Homeland - Scandinavia, Central Europe, the Mediterranean, Asia Minor. Alien in North America, Australia, Africa. Perennial with woody roots up to 40 cm tall and woody at the base, gray-pubescent, straight or ascending stems. Lower leaves from obovate to obovate, upper leaves narrower. Flowers 0.2-0.4 cm long, spaced. Sepals 0.2-0.3 cm long, long lasting. Fruits are rounded 0.3-0.4 cm in diameter, densely pubescent, the cusps of the fruits are convex with thickened edges. Seeds 0.1-0.2 cm in diameter, narrowly winged. Shine. Reproduction is seed.
Alyssum Borzeanum (Alyssum borzeanum). Perennial with tree roots. The stems are numerous, covered with white hairs. The leaves are stem, narrowed to the base, grow old during flowering. Inflorescences are simple or complex scutes with small yellow flowers.
Alyssum calyx (Alyssum calycinum). An annual, gray-green herbaceous plant 20-30 cm tall with a pale fusiform root. The stem is erect and ascending, often branched from below. The leaves are short-leaved, elongated, obovate, gray, star-pubescent. Flowers are collected in final brushes, on short legs. Sepals - except for stellate - are covered at the top and simple setae, which after flowering remain near the ripening fruit. The perineal leaflets are narrow, 3-4 mm long, slightly notched in front, sulfur-yellow, later almost colorless, the stamens have simple threads. The pods are round, pressed-star-pubescent. It blooms from June to September.
Alyssum cuneiform (Alyssum cuneifolium). This is a small grassy, pubescent perennial 5-15 cm tall. The leaves are oblong-scapular, oblong-linear, 0.7-1.5 cm long and 0.2-0.4 cm wide, narrowed at the base, the edges are solid, dull or sharp at the apex. Flowers with oblong sepals about 0.3 cm long, with yellow petals up to 0.6 cm long, are collected in final, corymbose brushes. The fruits are elliptical about 0.6 cm long and up to 0.4 cm wide.
Alyssum Dagestan (Alyssum daghestanicum). Perennial forming turf, gray from scales. Stems 4-23 cm tall, simple, densely leafy. The leaves are narrow, linear, spatulate. Brushes are poor-flowered, almost umbellate. Peduncles and calyx gray from stellate hairs. Sepals about 0.3 cm long. Petals are fawn in color, up to 0.55 cm long. The pods are oval, up to 0.4 cm long and 0.45 cm wide.
Alyssum Dagestan f. rocky (Alyssum daghestanicum f. saxatilis). Strongly branched perennial up to 25 cm tall, forming a hemispherical bush 30-40 cm across. The stems are branched, woody at the base. The leaves are elongated or obovate, sulphurous, collected in thick sockets. The flowers are small, yellow, with notched petals, in shortened, dense hands.
Alyssum desert (Alyssum desertorum). Annual 8-20 cm tall. Stems branched from the base, gray from stellate hairs. Leaves linearly oblong, narrowed to the base. The flowers are collected in a brush, lengthening when the fruit ripens. Peduncles obliquely upward protruding, 2-3.5 mm long. Petals linearly oblong, notched, less blunt, pale yellow, later almost white, 2.5-3 mm long. It lives in the steppes, on limestone and chalk slopes, along roadsides. General distribution: Siberia, southern Europe.
Alyssum diversifiable (Alyssum diversicaule). Perennial 5-30 cm tall. The stems are numerous, rising, lignified at the base, together with leaves gray from stellate hairs. Leaves are linear or scapular. The flowers are numerous, small (3-5 mm in diameter), yellow, tassels branched inflorescence dense. It lives on chalks and calcareous slopes. General distribution: southern Europe. Blooms in the first half of May with bright yellow hemispherical pillows with a diameter of 20-35 cm in sparse communities, very impressive.
Alyssum curved (Alyssum flexicaule). Homeland - Europe. Perennial up to 6cm tall. Short thin weak stalk. Grayish green small elliptical leaves. Yellow fragrant four-petal flowers collected in apical inflorescences.
Alyssum Gmelin (Alyssum gmelinii). Perennial gray-green plant with a height of 5 to 20 cm, densely covered with star-shaped hairs, with a thin, rooting root. The stem is ascending or lying, branched, with sterile, rosette-shaped shortened shoots. The lower leaves are short-rooted, obovate, upper sessile, longitudinal and reverse lanceolate, whole-marginal, covered with sparse stellate hairs from above, sulfur-yellow underneath. The flowers are bright yellow, about 6 mm in diameter, collected in simple brushes up to 3 cm in diameter. Sepals densely covered with pressed stellate hairs. Pods rounded and obovate, 4-5 mm long, valves covered with stellate hairs, stigma 2-3 mm long. Seeds are ovoid, narrowly winged, two in a nest. It blooms from April to June. It lives in the steppes, dry forests, outcrops of carbonate rocks. Europe.
Alyssum barefoot (Alyssum gymnopodium). Perennial herb 15-30 cm tall, with lignified at the base and branched shoots. Leaves obovate, small, gray from starry pubescence. Inflorescence corymbose, friable. The flowers are small, yellow. The fruit is an oval pod 0.3-0.4 cm long, star-pubescent.
Alyssum rough (Alyssum hirsutum). Europe. An annual plant with a long, protruding pubescence. The stems are straight, branched, 6-36 cm tall. Leaves oblong-lanceolate. Sepals 2-3.5 cm long. Petals are fawn, 2 notched, 0.3-0.5 cm long. The pods are rounded, about 0.7 cm long. Flowering in April-May.
Common Alyssum (Alyssum idaeum). Europe. Perennial up to 10cm tall. Creeping stalk. Grayish-green elliptical leaves. Yellow four-petalled flowers collected in dense apical inflorescences.
Alyssum Lensky (Alyssum Lenense). Loose perennials with lignified stems up to 20 cm tall. Stems erect, branched. Leaves up to 2 cm long and 3 mm wide. Flowers up to 6 mm in diameter, yellow in short multi-flowered tassels. They live on the steppe stony and sandy slopes. General distribution: Eastern Europe, Mongolia, Northern China.
Alyssum long-stemmed (Alyssum longistylum). Homeland - Europe. Perennial up to 12 cm tall. Creeping weak stalk. Silvery elliptical leaves. Yellow four-petalled flowers collected in long, dense apical inflorescences.
Alissum mountain (Alyssum montanum). Perennial gray-green plant with a height of 5 to 30 cm, densely covered with star-shaped hairs, with a thin, rooting root. The stem is ascending, branched, with sterile, rosette-shaped shortened shoots. The lower leaves are short-rooted, obovate, upper sessile, longitudinal and reverse lanceolate, whole-marginal, covered with sparse stellate hairs from above, sulfur-yellow underneath. Flowers in simple end panicles, petiolate. Sepals densely covered with pressed stellate hairs. Parasite leaves are golden yellow, 4-5 mm long, calyx and corolla fall off soon after flowering. Pods rounded and obovate, 4-5 mm long, valves covered with stellate hairs, stigma 2-3 mm long. Seeds are ovoid, narrowly winged, two in a nest. It blooms from April to June.
Alissum mountain (Alyssum montanum subsp. Brymii). It does not drive out sterile shoots, the plant is covered with 12-16-rayed stellate hairs, the pericarp leaves are orange and dark yellow, 5-6 mm long, the stamens are winged, terminate with two or three teeth, and they live on the calcareous rocks of the Slovak beauty.
Alyssum mountain Gmelin (Alyssum montanum subsp. Gmelinii). The stalk is most often branched only in the upper part, the perineal leaflets are light yellow, 3-4 mm long, the threads are relatively long winged stamens on both sides, live on sand dunes and embankments in the lowlands.
Alyssum wall (Alyssum murale). Homeland - Europe. Perennial up to 30cm tall. A thin straight stalk, woody at the base and with creeping branches. Gray elliptical leaves. Yellow four-petal flowers collected in apical inflorescences.
Alyssum obovate (Alyssum obovatum). Western and Eastern Siberia, Central Asia, Mongolia. Annual or biennial with thin easily pulling roots, stems at the base not woody. The plant is up to 15-20 cm tall, silvery. The stems are ascending, in the lower parts are woody, near the apex branched. Leaves are ovate or scapular, obtuse. Inflorescences are dense, racemose, of bright yellow flowers. Flowers 0.6-1.0 cm long. Sepals 0.2 cm long. Fruits are round or elliptical, 0.3-0.5 cm long. Seeds are round-elliptic, 0.1-0.2 cm long. Reproduction is seed.
Alyssum savranic (Alyssum savranicum). At the chalk outcrops and in the stony steppes of the Voronezh and Belgorod regions, this Eastern European species with a flat rounded pod 3-4 mm long is found.
Alyssum spiny (Alyssum spinosum). Loose prickly shrub 40-50 cm tall with oval silver leaves and fragrant white flowers, collected in short brushes. Flowering in may.
Alyssum tortuous, or Alyssum curved (Alyssum tortuosum). Homeland - Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia. This is a very polymorphic species. Perennial. The stems at the base are woody, ascending or straight, winding, 8-30 cm tall. Leaves are back oval-oblong or obovate, small, round-oval or oblong, the upper ones are often back-lanceolate, always narrowed to the base, gray from pubescence. The inflorescence is branched, corymbose-paniculate. Sepals about 0.2 cm long, petals 0.23-0.3 cm long, back oval, golden yellow. The pods are flat, elliptical. Flowering in April-June.
Alyssum Wulfen (Alyssum wulfenianum). Perennial 30-45 cm tall, forms a low hummock or pillow of gray-green leaves up to 3 cm long, elliptical, gradually turning into a petiole. The final inflorescences carry masses of golden yellow flowers. Fruits are elliptical, up to 0.8 cm long.
Alyssum argenteum All. - Alyssum silver
Alyssum atlanticum Desf. - Alyssum Atlantic
Alyssum baumgartnerianum Bornm.
Alyssum bertolonii subsp. scutarinum nyar.
Alyssum bornmuelleri Hausskn. ex degen
Alyssum bracteatum Boiss. & Buhse
Alyssum canescens DC.
Alyssum condensatum boiss. & Hausskn.
Alyssum constellatum boiss.
Alyssum corsicum Duby - Alyssum Corsican
Alyssum dasycarpum Stephan ex Willd.
Alyssum diffusum Ten.
Alyssum erosulum Gennari & Pestal. ex clementi
Alyssum flahaultianum Emb.
Alyssum granatense boiss. & Reut.
Alyssum handelii hayek
Alyssum ligusticum Breistr.
Alyssum linifolium Stephan ex Willd. - Alyssum larch-leaved
Alyssum loiseleurii P.Fourn.
Alyssum marginatum Steud. ex boiss.
Alyssum markgrafii O.E.Schulz
Alyssum minutum Schltdl. ex DC.
Alyssum moellendorfianum Asch. ex beck
Alyssum nebrodense tineo
Alyssum ovirense A. Kern.
Alyssum pateri Nyar.
Alyssum peltarioides Boiss.
Alyssum purpureum Lag. & Rodr. - Alyssum Purple
Alyssum scutigerum durieu
Alyssum serpyllifolium Desf. - Alyssum crescent
Alyssum sibiricum Willd. - Siberian Alyssum
Alyssum simplex Rudolphi - Alyssum simple
Alyssum stapfii Vierh.
Alyssum strictum Willd.
Alyssum strigosum Banks & Sol.
Alyssum szowitsianum fisch. & C.A.Mey.
Alyssum turkestanicum Regel & Schmalh. - Alyssum Turkestan
Alyssum umbellatum Desv.
Alyssum xanthocarpum boiss.
Varieties of grass plants for open ground - alissum
About 100 varieties are known, but only five varieties of lobularia are most prevalent in landscape design:
- Alissum mountain (Alyssum montanum). European, perennial variety, 10-20 centimeters high. With the help of stems, a creeping shrub is formed. The flowers are painted in a light yellow tint. Gives buds in early April and May.
- Alyssum or marine lobularia (Alyssum maritium). This is a perennial variety, but in our latitudes it is widespread as a one-year culture. Alyssum maritime (Alyssum maritium)
Reaches a height of 20-25 centimeters. The stems form miniature rosettes, flowers of a whitish or purple hue. The flowering period is from the beginning of June until the onset of the first frost.
The flowers are painted in a bright yellow hue, begin to bloom in the spring. Alyssum or alyssum rocky (Alyssum saxatile). T mossy plant for open ground. Reaches a height of 25 centimeters, resembles a bush-hemisphere. Alyssum rocky (Alyssum saxatile)
Leaves of gray-white-green hue, elongated. The flowers are golden yellow. Flowering - from mid-April to May.