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Bioecology of tulip trees at the Ajara Black Sea coast

Abstract

Tamara Tskhoidze, Feride Tchaidze, Nana Kontselidze, Julieta Jakeli

Tulip trees (Liriodendron tulipifera L. and Liriodendron chinense (Hemsl.) Sarg.) grow well along the Batumi coastline, develop, bloom, produce fruit, give natural revival. There they already have blooming and fruiting self-seeds. Chinese tulip poplar sometimes reaches here bigger sizes than in natural habitat. It resists winter temperatures very well. Both species can be jointly used along the Caucasian Black Sea coast as ornamental trees because there are the most favorable conditions for their vegetation. Due the great resistance American tulip trees can grow along the coastline as well as inland of Ajara.

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