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Alternating flowering plants in winter and spring

2023-02-06 20:46:29 [Photoes ]
Alternating flowering plants in winter and spring

Fructus and Daphneaceae plants

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Jiexiang belongs to the small shrubs of Daphneaceae, with leaves ranging from oblong, lanceolate to inverted. Needle-shaped, about 15 cm in length, the leaves are drooping and its posture is like a streamer on a scholar's hat; the woody part of the stem is not developed, and the phloem part of the bark of the stem is more developed, forming a soft stem and branch, which can be knotted; Flowers before leaves, botanically called flowers open before leaves, small flowers, the diameter of which is the size of mung bean, yellow inside petals, white pubescent outside, fragrant, and then composed of small flowers in a flower head. The flowering period is late winter and early spring, from February to April. According to my photo data, the flowering period in Xi'an is from March 3 to 23. The stem is soft and can be knotted, and the scent of the flowers is fragrant, hence the name of the fragrance. It is naturally distributed in Shaanxi, Henan and the provinces south of the Yangtze River, and is now cultivated in major parks. The stem bark fiber can be used as the raw material of high-grade paper and rayon, and the whole plant can be used as medicine to relax tendons, activate collaterals, reduce inflammation and relieve pain. It is worth noting that although the stems of Jiexiang are soft and can be knotted, knotting can cause damage to the growth of the plant! We all know that crop lodging will affect plant growth, development and yield, resulting in reduced crop yield or even no harvest. Paying attention to the ecological environment of human beings, protecting the environment, and protecting the animals and plants in the ecological environment that people rely on for survival have been paid attention and practiced by people. But plants are not just our living environment. Plants and human beings belong to creatures, and they also have feelings. In nature, plants and humans should have a biological right (in my opinion, relative to human rights), and also have the right to live! It is often seen that in artificial environments such as parks, some people hang their bodies on small trees for exercise, and tie knots on the stems of incense sticks. I want to appeal: knotting a knot on the stem of the incense will never make love long! If it is a culture to tie knots on living plants, it should be discarded... The original text was published on my public account.

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