What kind of trees grow near the Huang He river?

What trees grown by the Yellow river? Preferably a tree that lives a long time and has leaves.

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  • 9 years ago
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    The Huang He Plain mixed forest ecoregion expands to the east as the floodplains of the Yellow River broaden as they approach the sea. To the south, this ecoregion intergrades imperceptibly into the floodplain of the lower Changjiang (Yangtze) River. The watershed divide between the lower reaches of these two great rivers is low enough that they have been linked for centuries by navigation canals. Most of this ecoregion is occupied by the North China Plain, an area of recent alluvium where the particle size and porosity of the substrate varies with the slope of the land. Many areas, even those farther inland, experience salinization of the soil. Some low hills and mountains rise to the south of the Huang He, and on the rocky Shandong Peninsula, which is included here. To the east, the hills are mostly less than 300 meters (m) elevation. To the west, the highest peak, Taishan, rises to 1,524 m. These mountains are much older than those of western China, containing metamorphic rocks of the Cambrian Period.

    Warm, moist summers, cold winters and favorable soils produce deciduous broadleaf forests. Such forests are thought to have existed in the area at one time, although they were virtually extirpated centuries if not millennia ago. Nearby hills are also heavily disturbed, but do retain some vestiges of their original forest cover. Natural vegetation of the Shandong Peninsula includes forests dominated by the deciduous oaks, Quercus acutissima and Q. variabilis, with other tree species including elm (Ulmus spp.), pistachio (Pistacia chinensis), and the conifer (Pinus tabulaeformis). Today these original forests have been replaced by a secondary cover of red pine (P. densiflora).

    The northeastern part of Shandong Peninsula was connected to the northerly Dalian Peninsula of Liaoning Province during the Pleistocene. Today, some northern forest trees characteristic of northeastern China still occur here. Characteristic tree species are Quercus mongolica, Tilia spp. and Corylus heterophylla. Secondary forests on the Shandong Peninsula tend to support native conifers such as Pinus armandi, P. tabulaeformis, or several other pine (Pinus spp.) and larch (Larix spp.) species that have been introduced from other areas. The oak Q. variabilis also occurs here.

    Higher mountains further inland support mixed forest stands dominated by P. tabulaeformis (below 700 m) and the cypress Platycladus orientalis (above 700 m).

  • mach
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Any tree could be bonsaied, the smaller the leafed bushes tend to be terrific, i've got have been given a fujian tea there great, you may desire to attempt it! Heres some information on them- FUJIAN TEA (ehretia buxifolia, each and every from time to time categorized carmona microphylla)---indoor/tropical oftentimes called FUKIEN TEA A tropical evergreen tree-like shrub originating in Southern China and different aspects of South East Asia. It has small, oval, dark-eco-friendly, bright leaves and white vegetation throughout the time of the 300 and sixty 5 days. The smaller the leaf, the slower transforming into is the plant. After blossoming, it varieties small eco-friendly berries and, in the event that they don’t fall, turn crimson and flavor bitter. The trunk is comfortable and is beige to brown. The Manchurian pronunciation is fujian, and fukien is Cantonese. internet site: In winter, from 60 to 75F in a bright area, yet no longer direct-solar. In summer, shop interior or semi-shaded outdoors. while interior, grant reliable air stream. Leaves regularly fall with a unexpected substitute of temperature, yet new leaves will return after it has adjusted to the recent internet site, and each from time to time it waits till spring to enhance new leaves. shop it heat, it does not prefer to get chilly. REPOT: each and every 2 years while that's heat, prune roots, using soil blend of earth, peat, and sand (2/2/a million), pruning no better than a million/3 of the roots. PRUNE: Branches any time of the 300 and sixty 5 days, new shoots back to 2-3 leaves as quickly as 6-8 leaves have shaped. WATER: shop soil moist---a great style of water throughout the time of the 300 and sixty 5 days, and mist-spray on a daily basis. Too little water leads to leaf drying and falling, and too plenty water invites fungus issues. Yellow leaves are a demonstration of over-watering. twine: in lots of situations no longer mandatory, yet while so, wait till branches substitute into lignified (woody). FEED: each and every 2 weeks from early spring to early autumn (different than July and August), and feed approximately each and every 4 weeks in winter. A intense nitrogen enhance could be mandatory to restoration the organic deep eco-friendly leaf shade.

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