Explanation of selling points

Type of breeding

shaped - other

form, different from the defined types of nurturing

bonsai

miniature shaped tree, grown in a pot

niwaki

small shaped tree, grown in ground, garden bonsai or outdoor bonsai

wall

plant shaped into a vertical flat wall

roof

plant with a stem, with a vertical, roof-like supporting structure

spiral

plant shaped into a vertical spiral

sphere

plants shaped into a globe

cone

plant shaped into a cone

pyramid

plant shaped into a pyramid

cylinder

plant shaped in a vertical cylinder

cube

palnt shaped into a cube

double row

rastlina with a vetrical support

pon-pon

plant shaped into several smaller globes, singlestemmed or multistemmed

bonsai-like shape

plant shaped into a bonsai-like shape

wall on tree trunk

plant with a stem, shaped into wall

Gender

male

male plant, polinator, produces no fruit

female

female plant, may produce fruit, usually requires a polinator

hermaphrodite

plant wit male and female flowers, may produce fruit by itself, selfpolinating

Size

Diameter of a treetop 

horizontal diameter of treetop in cm

Circumference of a tree trunk

tree trunk circumference, measured on 1 m from ground

Height of a plant

given the total height of above ground section of a plant in cm

Planted

P

pot with diameter in cm

C

container with volume in litres

BR

bare-root plant is a plant without soil - bare roots are deliverable only in early spring and late autumn

RB

root ball is a plant with roots enclosed in soil - rootball is deliverable only in early spring and late autumn

plant-o-fix

planted in double pot, inner part decompose in time

CWxLxH

pot dimensions WxLxH

Trunk

AF tree trunk

stem height up to the grafting point is ca 180-220 cm

1/2 tree trunk

stem height up to the grafting point is ca 80-120 cm

1/4 tree trunk

stem height up to the grafting point is ca 50-60 cm

3/4 tree trunk

stem height up to the grafting point is ca 150-170 cm

Mini tree trunk

stem height up to the grafting point is ca 20-50 cm

Individuality

A few-years-old plant

a few-years-old plant

Columnar growth

columnar plant

A few-years-old plant - columnar 

a few-years-old plant - columnar

2nd

plant with a minor injury

Extra

especially beautifully trained plant/especially beautiful plant

Solitaire plant 

solitaire plant 

White

colour

Red

colour

3R

3 plants

5R

5 plants

2R

2 plants

4R

4 plants

+R

more than 4 plants

Lilac

colour

Unique Plant

unique plant

Shrub like Shape

shape growth of shrub-like

Rootstock

5C

faster ripening of fruit and wood, for better soils, improves frost resistance, recomended for late-ripening varieties and for varieties that often shad their fruit

A2

vigorous growth, no need for life-long support, tolerant to vole injuries, for high-stem orhards/meadow orchard and other large-scale plantations

BROMPTON

a common plum tree variety, dwarfing

COLT

mid- to vigorous growth (less than F 12/1)

DAMAS 1868

a crossbreed/hybrid between common plum and bullace/damson plum, dwarfing

F12/1

vigorous, very often used

GF 557

a crossbreed between almond and peach, appropriate for warm, dry areas

GF 655-2

damson plum variety, dwarfing

GF 667

damson plum variety, dwarfing

GISELA

mid-dwarfing, needs good soil, early starting to crop, also suitable for smaller gardens

GISELA5

dwarfing to semi-dwarfing, need good soil, early starting to crop, also suitable for small gardens

HANSEN 2168

a crossbreed between almond and peach, suitable for warm, dry areas

HANSEN 536

a crossbreed between almond and peach, suitable for warm, dry areas

KOBER5BB

mid-vigorous rootstock, for normal, average sites

KUTINA

mid- to vigorous growth, uneven 

KUTINA A

mid-vigorous growth, needs support at least when young, for lighter, loose soils, mid-early starting to crop, high yield

KUTINA BA

mid-vigorous growth, good compatibility between rootstock and scion

KUTINA BA29

mid- to vigorous growth, good resistance and adaptiveness to different soil types, compatible with varieties of pears, regular and very high yield

KUTINA C

mid-dwarfing growth, only for good, fertile soils, needs permanently moist soils, early starting to crop, high yield

KUTINA MA

mid-vigorous growth, needs permanent support, often needs an interstem to graft pear cultivars, early starting to crop, high yield

KUTINA MC

dwarfing to mid-vigorous growth, needs permanent support, grafted with interstem, early starting to crop

M11

vigorous growth, permanent support unneeded, tolerant to vole injuries, for meadow orchards and other larg-scale plantations

M25

vigorous, permanent support unneeded, tolerant to vole injuries, for meadow orchards and other larg-scale plantations

M26

dwarfing, needs permanent support, less tolerant to drought, early starting to crop, good fruit quality

M27

dwarfing growth, needs permanent support, less tolerant to drought, early starting to crop, good fruit quality; the most dwarfing apple rootstock

M7

mid-vigorous growth, permanent support unneeded, suitablefor mid-sized plantations

M9

dwarfing growth, needs permanent support, less tolerant to drought, early starting to crop, good fruit quality

MAXMA

mid-vigorous growth

MAXMA 14

recently introduced rootstock, mid- to vigorous growth

MIRABOLANA

(Prunus cerasifera) vigorous, uneven growth, well adaptable to different soil types, good for sandy, poor/dry soils

MIRABOLANA 29C

(Prunus cerasifera cv.) mid-vigorous, rather evenly growing vegetative rootstock, normally well yielding

MM106

mid-vigorous growth, doesn't need permanent support, for mid-sized plantations

MM111

mid-vigorous growth, doesn't need permanent support, for mid-sized plantations

P60

mid-dwarfing growth, needs permanent support, for gardens and small-scaled plantations

PIXY

mid-dwarfing groeth, needs permanent support, for gardens and small-scaled plantations

POSREDNIK

rootstock/interstock for quince

REŠELJIKA

(Prunus mahaleb) vigorous growth, planted mainly on alkaline soils

SEJANEC

seedlings are of vigorous growth, have a longer life span and deeper roots, suitable for meadow orchards and other large-scaled plantations

ST. JULIEN

damson plum variety, semi- to dwarfing growth

ST. JULIEN A

semi-vigorous growth

WEIROOT 158

semi-vigorous growth (somewhat more vigorous than Gisela 5), well tolerant to cold, earyl starting to crop, also suitable for smaller gardens

WEIROOT14

semi-vigorous growth (somewhat more vigorous than Gisela 5), well tolerant to cold, earyl starting to crop, also for smaller gardens

SO4

interstock, induces/has affects on earlier and better wood ripening

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