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|Basic Research in the Field of Plant and Microbial Studies
|19 January 2022
Assessment of decorative features of lianas when using them for landscaping purposes of the Saratov-Engels agglomeration
Saratov State Agrarian University named after N.I. Vavilov, Saratov, 410012, 1, Teatralnaya sq., Russian Federation
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Currently, due to the intensive growth of cities, the area for landscaping is being reduced. In conditions of dense development, the use of vertical landscaping plays an important role. The selection of the assortment of plants, in addition to resistance to urban conditions, is also influenced by the decorative characteristics of the species. The use of vines for decorative purposes has a rich history. Along with utilitarian and sanitary-hygienic functions, lianas have long been used to decorate gardens. As a rule, aesthetic evaluation is subjective, but a number of signs can significantly affect its result. We evaluated the types of lianas by decorative qualities in the conditions of the Saratov-Engels agglomeration using the decorative scale. As a result of the study, various options for using lianas in landscaping according to their decorative qualities are proposed.
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