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  • Ornamental Plants » CSBE
    Use Material on Green Resource Efficient Building Moustadam The CSBE Zaha Foundation Cycling Project Urban Crossroads Using Public Transportation in Amman Publications Resources Articles and Lectures on Landscape Design Material on Water Conserving Landscapes Plant Lists Ornamental Plants Plant Lists Ornamental Plants Native Plants Ornamental Plants Trees Seedlings available at the Forestry Department nurseries P lants that Tolerate Alkaline Soils Plants that Tolerate Acidic Soils Introduction One of the most effective ways of saving water in gardens is to choose plants with low water needs This section provides a list of some drought tolerant ornamental plants available in nurseries around Jordan These plants include shrubs vines groundcovers perennials and succulents that have attractive flowers or fruits and that are suitable for both small and large gardens Ornamental plants serve a variety of uses in gardens They reduce dust and control erosion They also provide green cover and add an element of visual interest through their colors textures and forms Large shrubs and vines also serve to define outdoor spaces and to provide shelter or shade Remember to group plants with similar water needs together to allow for more efficient irrigation Also when choosing plants for a garden it is advised

    Original URL path: http://www.csbe.org/publications-and-resources/articles-and-lectures-on-landscape-design/material-on-water-conserving-landscapes/plant-lists-2/ornamental-plants/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Trees » CSBE
    Master s Theses on Architecture link Exploring the Edge Material on Graywater Use Material on Green Resource Efficient Building Moustadam The CSBE Zaha Foundation Cycling Project Urban Crossroads Using Public Transportation in Amman Publications Resources Articles and Lectures on Landscape Design Material on Water Conserving Landscapes Plant Lists Trees Plant Lists Trees Native Plants Ornamental Plants Trees Seedlings available at the Forestry Department nurseries P lants that Tolerate Alkaline Soils Plants that Tolerate Acidic Soils Introduction Trees are essential elements in water conserving gardens They provide shade screen areas for privacy and create microclimates with lower temperatures Different trees serve different functions For example plant trees with large canopies in outdoor living spaces to provide adequate shade On the other hand use evergreen trees to provide effective windbreaks and screens for privacy Trees also can serve to reduce summer heat in buildings when planted along the building s western façade where they block the harsh afternoon summer sun Moreover planting deciduous trees along southern facades filters sunrays during the summer but lets the sun in during the winter There are trees with particularly impressive characteristics embodied in their flowers leaf texture or form These trees are known as specimen trees

    Original URL path: http://www.csbe.org/publications-and-resources/articles-and-lectures-on-landscape-design/material-on-water-conserving-landscapes/plant-lists-2/trees/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Seedlings Available at the Forestry Department Nurseries » CSBE
    English common name Old Man Saltbush Arabic common name قطف استرالي Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Atriplex semibaccata English common name Orache Arabic common name قطف أمريكي Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Azadriachta indica English common name Neem Arabic common name نيم Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Bauhinia variegate English common name Purple Orchid Tree Arabic common name خف الجمل Remarks water consuming Botanical name Brachychiton populeneus English common name Bottle Tree Arabic common name بدة العفريت Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Casuarina equisetifolia English common name Australian Pine Arabic common name كازورينا Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Celtis australis English common name Nettle Tree Honeyberry Arabic common name ميس Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Ceratonia siliqua English common name Carob Arabic common name خروب Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Cercis siliquastrum English common name Judas Tree Redbud Arabic common name زمزريق سرسس Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Colutea istria English common name Arabic common name سيسبان Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Crataegus azarolus English common name Hawthorn Arabic common name زعرور Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Cupressus arizonica English common name Arizona Cypress Arabic common name سرو فضي Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Cupressus macrocarpa English common name Monterey Cypress Arabic common name سرو عطري Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Cupressus pyramidalis English common name Italian Cypress Arabic common name سرو Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Dalbergia sisso English common name Rosewood Arabic common name دلبرجيا ثيثم Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Delonix regia English common name Royal Poinciana Flamboyant Tree Arabic common name بونسيانا الجميل Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Dodonea viscosa English common name Hop Bush Arabic common name ديدونيا Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Duranta plumieri English common name Sky Flower Arabic common name دورنتا Remarks water consuming Botanical name Elaeagnus angustifolia English common name Russian Olive Arabic common name زيزفون Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Eucalyptus camaldulensis English common name Red River Gum Arabic common name كينا Remarks extensive root systems will outcompete nearby plants for water Botanical name Haloxylon persicum English common name Salt Tree Arabic common name الغضا Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Jacaranda mimosifolia English common name Jacaranda Arabic common name جكرندا Remarks water consuming Botanical name Juniperus phoenica English common name Phoenician juniper Arabic common name عرعر فينيقي Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Laurus nobilis English common name Sweet Bay Arabic common name غار Remarks water consuming native Botanical name Ligustrum japonicum English common name Japanese Privet Arabic common name لوجستروم Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Melia azederach English common name China Berry Arabic common name زنزلخت Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Moringa optera English common name Arabic common name اليسر البان Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Myrtus communis English common name Myrtle Arabic common name ريحان آس Remarks drought tolerant Botanical name Nerium oleander English common name Oleander Arabic common name دفلة Remarks drought tolerant native Botanical name Olea europaea English common name Olive Arabic common name زيتون Remarks drought tolerant native

    Original URL path: http://www.csbe.org/publications-and-resources/articles-and-lectures-on-landscape-design/material-on-water-conserving-landscapes/plant-lists-2/seedlings-available-at-the-forestry-department-nurseries/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Tolerant Plants » CSBE
    Botanical name Acacia greggii English common name Catclaw Acacia Arabic common name Group Deciduous tree Botanical name Agave palmeri English common name Foxtail Agave Arabic common name أجاف Group Succulent Botanical name Albizia julibrissin English common name Silk Tree Arabic common name ألبيزيا Group Deciduous tree Botanical name Aloe nobilis English common name Golden tooth Aloe Arabic common name ألوي Group Succulent Botanical name Bougainvillea sp English common name Bougainvillea Arabic common name مجنونة Group Evergreen vine Botanical name Brachychiton populeneus English common name Bottle Tree Arabic common name بدة العفريت Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Buddleia davidii English common name Butterfly Bush Arabic common name طرف العروس Group Deciduous shrub Botanical name Caesalpinia gilliesii English common name Bird of Paradise Bush Arabic common name شوارب النمر Group Deciduous shrub Botanical name Ceratonia siliqua English common name Carob Arabic common name خروب Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Cereus peruvianus English common name Apple Cactus Arabic common name صبر Group Cactus Botanical name Chamaerops humilis English common name European Fan Palm Arabic common name شميروبس Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Cortaderia selloana English common name Pampas Grass Arabic common name حلفا Group Ornamental grass Botanical name Cupressus arizonica English common name Smooth Arizona Cypress Arabic common name سرو فضي Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Cupressus sempervirens English common name Italian Cypress Arabic common name سرو عمودي Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Dodonaea viscosa English common name Purple Hop Bush Arabic common name دودينيا حمراء Group Evergreen shrub Botanical name Eucalyptus camaldulensis English common name Red River Gum Arabic common name كينا Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Grevillea robusta English common name Silk Oak Arabic common name جرافيليا Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Iris sp English common name Bearded Iris Arabic common name سوسن الصحراء Group Evergreen perennial Botanical name Lantana camara English common name Lantana Arabic common name أم كلثوم Group Semi evergreen shrub Botanical name Lantana montevidensis English common name Trailing Lantana Arabic common name أم كلثوم زاحفة Group Perennial Botanical name Laurus nobilis English common name Sweet Bay Arabic common name غار Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Lavadula angustifolia English common name Lavender Arabic common name لافندر Group Evergreen shrub Botanical name Lonicera japonica English common name Japanese Honeysuckle Arabic common name ياسمين عراقي Group Evergreen vine Botanical name Malephora crocea English common name Ice Plant Arabic common name Group Succulent Botanical name Myrtus communis English common name Myrtle Arabic common name ريحان آس Group Evergreen shrub Botanical name Nerium oleander English common name Oleander Arabic common name دفلة مقزمة Group Evergreen shrub Botanical name Nolina sp English common name Mexican Grass Tree Arabic common name أرجيلة Group Perennial Botanical name Oenothera sp English common name Evening Primrose Arabic common name Group Perennial Botanical name Olea europaea English common name Olive Arabic common name زيتون Group Evergreen tree Botanical name Opuntia ficus indica English common name Prickly Pear Arabic common name صبر Group Cactus Your Link Botanical name Parkensonia aculeata English common name Jerusalem Thorn Arabic common name بركنسونيا

    Original URL path: http://www.csbe.org/publications-and-resources/articles-and-lectures-on-landscape-design/material-on-water-conserving-landscapes/plant-lists-2/plants-that-tolerate-alkaline-soils/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Suppliers of Products and Services » CSBE
    Landscape Design Material on Water Conserving Landscapes Suppliers of Products and Services Suppliers of products and services This list which is compiled by the Center for the Study of the Built Environment CSBE features a selection of establishments and organizations that offer products and services relating to the design and implementation of water conserving landscapes If you would like to have your establishment or organization added to this list please

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  • References » CSBE
    as sun exposure as well as changes in temperature humidity and wind speed all of which affect the evaporation rate of the water given to the plants Other factors affecting a plant s need for water are the depth of its root system the stage of its growth soil composition and maintenance procedures such as fertilizing and pruning A number of irrigation techniques are available for watering plants Each has its own distinctive characteristics and certain procedures need to be followed to ensure that each irrigation method is used optimally to allow for the growth of healthy low water consuming plants Irrigation Methods Flood Irrigation This method is simple and easy to implement However half of the water provided using flood irrigation might be lost as a result of evaporation runoff or wind distortion Flood irrigation also might give plants more than their needs of water and faster than their ability to absorb it To minimize water runoff resulting from flood irrigation it is advised to flatten the irrigated area and to create a ditch around each plant Spray Irrigation This method does not require much effort and is suitable for irrigating areas of various shapes whether rectangular or circular However it requires constant maintenance and about a third of the water provided by spray irrigation is lost before it reaches the plant as a result of wind distortion or evaporation Therefore limit the use of spray irrigation to lawns which require the equal distribution of water over relatively wide areas Also spray the water as close as possible to ground level to reduce water loss due to wind distortion Drip Irrigation In most cases this is the most effective and water saving irrigation method It involves moving water in plastic pipes connected to the water source The pipes are

    Original URL path: http://www.csbe.org/publications-and-resources/articles-and-lectures-on-landscape-design/material-on-water-conserving-landscapes/garden-irrigation/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Printed Materials » CSBE
    Lectures on Landscape Design Material on Water Conserving Landscapes Printed Materials Printed Materials Prepared by CSBE Team 2002 CSBE has published a series of note cards posters and brochures on drought tolerant plants and water conserving landscapes Note cards English Aleppo Pine note card black and white color Artemisia note card black and white color Kalanchoe note card black and white color Natal Plum note card color Bougainvillea note card

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  • Arid Landscaping Resource Packet » CSBE
    by CSBE Team 2005 Introduction This packet contains publications brochures booklets information sheets addressing the field of arid landscaping The publications primarily consist of materials produced by institutions involved in the field of arid landscaping in the state of Arizona such as the University of Arizona and the Arizona Native Plants Society The publications included in this packet have been compiled by the Center for the Study of the Built Environment CSBE and are based on publications presented to CSBE by the University of Arizona arid landscaping team that visited Jordan during the period from May 23 to June 1 2001 The team members are Richard G Brittain Assistant Research Professor School of Architecture Val L Little Manager Water Conservation Alliance of Southern Arizona and Margaret Livingston Assistant Professor School of Landscape Architecture During their visit the team members gave a two day workshop entitled The Principles and Practices of Arid Landscaping as well as a number of public presentations The publications in this resource packet are divided into two volumes according to the following divisions Volume I 1 Landscape Design 2 Xeriscaping 1 3 Xeriscaping 2 4 Native Plants 5 Caring for Plants Volume II 6 Pests and Diseases

    Original URL path: http://www.csbe.org/publications-and-resources/articles-and-lectures-on-landscape-design/material-on-water-conserving-landscapes/arid-landscaping-resource-packet/ (2016-02-13)
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