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The Role of Chinese Plants in Hungarian Landscape Architecture

Gerzson, László (2012) The Role of Chinese Plants in Hungarian Landscape Architecture. In: China - EU Cooperation for a Sustainable Economy. Corvinus University of Budapest, Budapest, pp. 165-175. . ISBN 978-963-503-497-0

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Abstract

Most outdoor plants in Hungarian horticulture are exotas mainly from Middle and East Asia and North America. The flora of China is diversified and has many species because the last glacial period did not reach China. The richness of the Chinese flora was known for Europeans by the missionaries and medics first in 19th cectury. Later some bigger nurseries sent expeditions in China to collect new plants. Nowadays the Hungarian landscape architecture is impossible without Chinese plants.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:China, Landscape architecture, Glacial period, Discovery
Subjects:Landscape planning, landscape protection, landscape design
Projects:TÁMOP
ID Code:1556
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:09 May 2014 10:38
Last Modified:09 May 2014 10:38

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