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The opening will take place on Saturday, February 3,at On this occasion will be exposed species and varieties known or less known of azaleas and camellias, as well as numerous specimens of plants originating in subtropical and tropical areas. In this edition, among the plant specimens, there will be highlighted certain animals pasvanu symbolic value, realized with great imagination by the staff of the botanical garden, in a form of reinterpreted topiary art.
Among the floral arrangements the crane will be emphasized, a bird considered a figurative image which gives life to paper in origami art.
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This bird has special significations, especially in the culture and traditions of the Japanese people, where it is associated with stability, being considered the symbol of the spring, happiness, love, longevity and marital allegiance.
These birds that reflect the idea of freedom will be in pzscanu harmony with armonir elegance and refinement of the specimens of camellias and azaleas. There will also be highlighted other plant species with names of avifaunistic inspiration: The other zoo-forms, characteristic to the biogeographical areas of origin for different species of exotic plants were made of flowers, fruits, seeds, dried plant remains or various wood essences.
In armknie areas with Croton species, ferns, palm trees, begonias and orchids there will be butterflies, in the arid areas reptiles will be found among succulent plants such as agave, aloe and euphorbias, while turtles and eagles will be remarked in desert areas with various forms of cactuses.
The works presented during this 7 th edition want alexandrk transmit a profound spiritual message, but also to suggest the energy released by this vital organ. The exhibition will be open daily, from 9. The price of an entrance ticket is 5 lei while for the organized groups is 3 lei. Photographing is free of charge. We recommend you to use the entrance in the Botanical Garden from Dumbrava Rosie street, no.
It is our great pleasure to announce that dr. Kiril Vassilev will present interesting aspects on the Romanian Grassland Database RGD as its historical background, current status and future perspectives. The workshop will have three main topics: The workshop is open to anybody interested in phytosociology and phytosociological databases and in contributing their own data or digitized data from the literature to the Romanian Grassland Database. Pascxnu participants will need to bring personal laptops and to register on mail: The collection gathers numerous specimens that impress through their intense colored flowers and ages of over armonid years.
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In the exhibition space exotic species are presented that can be discovered through touching, but also plants that have decorative leaves such as crotons, figs, dracaenas, ferns, bay laurels, begonias, impressive flowers such as orchids, freesias, lobster-claws and remarkable habitus: In the same space, Ionela Mihuleac together with 44 plastic artists from Iasi and other cities, display visual art works under the name Inima Heartevent that reached its 6 th edition.
On February 4 that The exhibition will be opened daily, from 9: The opening will take place on Saturday, September 29 th The event that reached its 40 th edition represents a manifestation with tradition having as main purpose the preservation of scientific collections with an important patrimonial value — chrysanthemums and mums, decorative cabbage, pumpkins and chilies, and also numerous fruits and seeds from plant species that are cultivated within the botanical garden.
Chrysanthemum species, especially the horticultural varieties that are part of the scientific collection of the Botanical Garden will be displayed in forms and interesting arrangements both in the outdoor spaces and in the greenhouse next to information regarding the taxonomy, culture forms, origin and various categories of chrysanthemums and different uses of these plants — chrysanthemums as food and bio-insecticides resource, aromatic and medicinal chrysanthemums or the chrysanthemum used in China for pigment extraction for obtaining new varieties.
There will also be presented information regarding the traditional Asian cultivation techniques for chrysanthemum and their introduction in Europe and America. The importance of this plant diverts especially from its exceptional esthetic qualities, being recommended for every event, but also from the fact that it is a plant that blooms during the autumnal and hibernal seasons.
Special attention was given to the presentation of the species and varieties, highlighting their origin and first uses in China and Japan, starting with the 15 th century B. In our country, the chrysanthemum cultures followed the natural trend in what concerns the amelioration techniques and within this institution were created several varieties with important decorative value, approved and maintained in culture for over 40 years.
The collection of Brassica genus decorative cabbage includes 49 taxa that belong to 3 species, 8 varieties and 37 F1 hybrids, with scientific, ornamental and therapeutic value.
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The scientific value of this collection is given by the evolution through polyploidy and the ornamental importance is given by the remarkable colors and contrast due to the presence of antocyanins, and the therapeutic and alimentary value is offered by the presence of glucosinolates, isothiocyanates, flavonoids, vitamins C, K, A, B, E and minerals S, Ca, K, Mn, Cu, Fe, Mg.
Also within this exhibition 7 species of Capsicum genus will be displayed, next to 45 varieties of decorative chilies, along with relevant explanations regarding their origin, history, mythology, uses, but also information about their heat index. For the first time the Ghost variety will be presented with a heat index of over SHU, considered to be dangerously hot.
In the last a,exandru years a great deal of attention was given to the Solanum genus collection, decorative through their leaves and fruits: From the Cucurbitaceae family different varieties and numerous decorative specimens will be displayed, interesting through their shapes, colors and sizes, many of them with medicinal value, belonging to Cucurbita genus C.
Momordica charantia bitter cucumber or vegetal insulin has a remarkable medicinal importance and Trichosanthes cucumerina snake gourdwas introduced for the first time within this collection. With this occasion specimens of fruits and seeds will be presented to the public. The general theme is focused on the idea of Fruits and seeds: The price for one ticket is 5 ron and for organized groups is 3 ron. Taking photos is free. The exhibition can be visited within the Greenhouses Complex, starting from Friday, September 23 rd From April 18 th to April 22 ndthe Botanical Garden of Iasi organizes a series of educative events, presentations and themed trips dedicated especially to pupils within the program Informal School: The activities will be held pzscanu, from 9 a.
Volunteers have free acces. The Botanical Garden organizes from February 13th until March 13th an exhibition dedicated to the azaleas and camellias collections. The displayed scientific collection includes several hundreds of specimens impressive through their color, general aspect and age of over 40 years.
The greenhouses exhibition space is decorated pscanu several beautiful exotic plant species such as: In the same interesting space, 42 artists from Iasi, and other cities, display visual art works within the Heart exhibitionevent that reached its 5 th edition. We recommend you to use the entrance arjonie Dumbrava Ro?
The species of chrysanthemum and especially the indigenous and exotic varieties and cultivars, more or less known are presented in thousands of specimens, both within the external sectors and greenhouses.
The biological material, cultivated exclusively in the Botanical Garden is accompanied by explanations concerning the taxonomy, cultural forms and medicinal or nutritional importance of chrysanthemums. The inflorescence sizes, shapes and colors represents the creative source in realizing certain symbols inspired by chrysanthemum, considered to be the flower of life. The incredible diversity and beauty of these plants harnessed by the imagination of growers from the Botanical Garden make them the messengers of fundamental symbols for those who seek the essence and truth of the surrounding world.
The spiral of chrysanthemums is connected with other major symbolsrepresented by the circle and the sphereresponsible for the cosmic energy transfer towards earth. These shapes convey the idea of harmony and suggest a new beginning. Under the name Journey of fruits and seeds within the exhibition alezandru presented specimens of cultivated species from the Botanical Garden along with interesting information regarding mechanisms of self-dispersal but also adaptations that enable their dissemination via wind, water, animals and men.
Pupils from 1 st — 4 th grade from Elena Cuza School of Iasi, coordinated by professor Luminita MURARIU, present under the name of Autumn colors symphonyaquarelles on dry and wet material, dactyl-painting, collages with natural materials, paper and colored cardboard. The exhibition will be opened daily, between 9: The opening will take paascanu Saturday-October 25 th at The richness of species and varieties is represented by thousands of specimens exposed in the open spaces and within the greenhouse.
The exhibits impress by their various culture forms and intensely colored inflorescences and are arranged according to scientific and esthetic criteria. The written information offers to those who are interested the opportunity to widen their botanical and horticultural knowledge. Within this exhibition varieties of Chrysanthemum x grandiflorum and varieties of Chrysanthemum indicum will be exposed. Varieties of Chrysanthemum indicum explained in Braille and Latin alphabet can be noticed by their specific smell and velvety aspect within the subsection for people with visual disabilities.
The autumnal aspect is completed by numerous decorative specimens of ornamental aoexandru Brassica2 alexandgu, 31 hybridsornamental chili peppers Capsicum37 varieties and pumpkins and melons Cucurbitavarieties.
Some of these are personalized and reunited within an amusement area destined for visitors of all ages. A particular charm is given by the specimens of fruits and seed belonging to plant species from different groups, classified according to their use: The exhibition will be opened daily between 9 a. Specialists from the Botanical Garden from Iasi and PhD students from the Research Laboratory for Fungi from the Faculty of Biology, organize an exhibition with over species of eatable, toxic and poisonous mushrooms, collected from forests situated near Iasi and from Bacau, Neamt and Suceava counties.
Starting from Saturday-September 20 th The exhibition alexnadru be visited in the Greenhouse Complex. Exhibition poster Photo Gallery. The event is addressed to nature lovers of all ages, being an educational activity integrated in the program dedicated to World Environment Day. The photographs catch in an artistic way the diversity of these animals and the scientific rigor of specific details, accompanied by novel explanations. The pictures are original, being taken by the members of the Association sinceduring several monitoring and conservation expeditions.
The exhibition will be opened between 9.
The visitors will get valuable scientific information concerning the alexandur groups of plants found in the sectors of our Botanical Garden. The Botanical Garden in collaboration with SistemIS Group will organize a workshop called Discovering Nature — practical demonstrations, photography exhibitions focused on biodiversity. SistemIS members will hold several presentations in order to emphasize the importance of protecting the European ground squirrel.
The activities will take place daily, between 9. The volunteers have free access. For this exhibition 2 new compartments of the Greenhouse Complex were set accordingly for the cultivation of species from this scientific collection.
Because these species require specific growth conditions the alexandrj and humidity levels are permanently monitored as well as the pH of the soil. Some specimens are over 40 years old and have over 1. In the specific climatic conditions of the Botanical Garden these species blossom from December until March. Most of the cultivated species and varieties belong to Camellia armojie Rhododendron genera which are native to Asia where are used mainly in ornamental purposes.
Often these plants are associated with pawcanu fact that gives them a certain touch of elegance and discretion. In order to highlight the beautiful colors of the flowers several specimens of thuja, cypress and spruce were used, along with species of ferns, which through their luxuriant aspect suggest a drop of exuberance in a space that emits an eastern-Asian sobriety.
The visitors are expected daily, between 9.
Evelyn Wolfram-Schilling – specialist researcher within the Group of Phytopharmacy, from the same Institute, from Zurich University of Applied Sciences, associate Professor at Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, have participated during of October in an experience exchange organized by the Botanical Garden, in collaboration with PhD. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi. In this year’s edition also the collections from genera ChrysanthemumCucurbitaLagenariaCucumisEchinocystisBrassicaCapsicum and Solanum are valued through the chromatics and unusual forms of culture practiced only in the Botanical Garden of Iasi.
The varied species and sorts offer special relaxing scenery, and can enrich the knowledge about plant diversity. Many specimens of exotic plants scattered among chrysanthemums, especially fruit and seed samples originating from trees and shrubs grown in sections of the Botanical Garden are also contributing to the general view. A new element is the presentation of samples of flowers, fruits and seeds according to the uses of parent plant species, based on their therapeutic action: There are also presented samples from plants that are toxic or used for dyeing.
On this occasion, 4 new greenhouse compartments will be open for visitors, where collections of tropical plants, cacti and succulents will be exhibited.