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Broom Universe 16 The Pinus cembra Saga 8

Posted by mesterhazypinetum 6 (zs.mesterhazy@chello.hu) on
Sun, Jun 26, 11 at 5:41

Last but not least a very fresh Cembra collection of the 2009-2010 siberian expedition by Jorg Kohout & Franz Etzelstorfer.
Photos from the Malik, Valenta and Etzelstorfer Gardens.
Enjoy please the never seen gems of the Far East!


Pinus sibirica �Sverdlovsk� Mesterhazy & Valenta photo


Pinus cembra sibirica �# 06� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 10� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 10� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 12� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 28� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 03� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 03� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 38� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Primorsko # 46� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Tomskaja� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �# 14� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �# 29� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �# 34� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �# 42� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Oligarcha� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Russian Summer� Mesterhazy & Malik photo

Pinus cembra sibirica �Sverdlovsk� Mesterhazy & Malik photo


Pinus sibirica �Beshemaya Reka� Mesterhazy & Etzelstorfer photo

Zsolt


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RE: Broom Universe 16 The Pinus cembra Saga 8

Russian Summer, that's a great name.


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RE: Broom Universe 16 The Pinus cembra Saga 8

Nate,
sounds really good, but the Russian Summer in Siberia is very short and hot, no more than 2-3 weeks, even over 30 C.
All plants must work very quickly to survive the next long winter.
The expedition was in August, they had to keep alive the scions anyway till the next February grafting. This was an other hard adventure for Jorg and Franz. Some grafts has problems even today, as it was to be seen. Some of them not survived, thats part of the risks.

Zsolt


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