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  • Trifolium stellatum ~ Starry Clover | Royal Botanic Garden
    Volunteers Biodiversity Research Rangeland Rehabilitation Biomass Surveys Grazing Behaviour Forage Programmes Flock Management and Health Economic Studies on Herding Local Knowledge CBRR Info Day Forest Awareness Workshop 2nd Forest Awareness Workshop The National Herbarium What is a Herbarium Our Herbarium Collection Type Specimens Acquisition Policies How to Collect Plants Medicinal Plants Mushrooms Jordan Mushroom Project Jordan Plant Red List Research Library Library Donors Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Trifolium stellatum Starry Clover Trifolium stellatum Starry Clover برسيم Family PAPILIONACEAE Annual herb with taproot nodules and erect or ascending stem less than 1 m tall Leaves Alternate compound trifoliate dentate or serrate Flowers Zygomorphic calyx 5 lobed and hairy petals separate corolla papilionaceous petals clawed and white pinkish to rose Flowering February April Habitat Dibeen Dana Yarmouk Check for more pictures in

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  • Key Plants in the RBG's Freshwater Habitat | Royal Botanic Garden
    Awareness Workshop 2nd Forest Awareness Workshop The National Herbarium What is a Herbarium Our Herbarium Collection Type Specimens Acquisition Policies How to Collect Plants Medicinal Plants Mushrooms Jordan Mushroom Project Jordan Plant Red List Research Library Library Donors Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Key Plants in the RBG s Freshwater Habitat Scientific Name Family Alcea acaulis MALVACEAE Alcea setosa MALVACEAE Anthemis palestina COMPOSITAE ASTERACEAE Arum dioscoridis ARACEAE Capparis spinosa CAPPARACEAE Cynodon dactylon GRAMINEAE POACEAE Dittrichia graveolens COMPOSITAE ASTERACEAE Dittrichia viscosa COMPOSITAE ASTERACEAE Emex spinosa POLYGONACEAE Eruca sativa CRUCIFERAE Erucaria boveana CRUCIFERAE Erucaria hispanica CRUCIFERAE Juncus acutus JUNCACEAE Malva parviflora MALVACEAE Medicago minima PAPILIONACEAE Medicago polymorpha PAPILIONACEAE Medicago rotata PAPILIONACEAE Medicago laciniata PAPILIONACEAE Melilotus indicus PAPILIONACEAE Mentha longifolia LABIATAE LAMIACEAE Nerium oleander APOCYNACEAE Phragmites australis GRAMINEAE POACEAE Platanus orientalis PLATANACEAE Ricinus communis EUPHORBIACEAE Rubus canescens ROSACEAE Salix

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  • Aloe vera | Royal Botanic Garden
    is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Aloe vera Aloe vera L Burm f Aloe صبار Family Liliaceae Aloe vera is a very short stemmed succulent plant 60 100 cm tall Leaves are succulent and erect green to grey thick and fleshy with pinkish margins and many small spines forming a dense rosette They grow to approximately 50 cm tall The leaf surface is sometimes marked with white flecks or spots The flowers are produced in summer on a spike up to 90 cm tall Each flower is pendulous with a yellow tubular corolla 2 3 cm long Aloe vera is a cultivated plant but naturalized populations occur in dry often rocky and exposed areas It grows from April to May Geographic Range in Jordan It grows in sand stone habitat in Petra south Jordan Traditional Use Medicinal use Value In addition of being an ornamental plant it is one a medicinal plant Clear gel from the aloe leaves has been applied to the skin to treat wounds skin infections burns and for many other skin conditions Dried latex from the aloe leaf has been taken by mouth traditionally as a laxative Conservation Status IUCN Not Evaluated الصبار هو نبات عصاري قصير السيقان يصل ارتفاعه من 60 100سم اوراقه عصارية مستقيمة خضراء إلى رمادية سميكة وممتلئة بأطراف وردية والكثير من الأشواك الصغيرة تتشكل على شكل وردة وتنمو لتصل 50 سم تقريبا ويتواجد على حواف الاوراق اشواك أوبقع بيضاء تتفتح الازهار في بداية فصل الصيف على سنبلة يصل ارتفاعها لـ 90 سم كل زهرة تكون متدلية مع تويج أنبوبي أصفر طوله من 2 3 سم

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  • Arundo donax L. ~ Giant Reed | Royal Botanic Garden
    Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Arundo donax L Giant Reed Arundo donax L Common Name Giant Reed Arabic Name لوف Family Gramineae A very wide ranging member of the grass family Arundo donax stretches from the Atlantic coast of North Africa through the Mediterranean Basin and the Arabian Peninsula to Southern Asia It is commonly associated with waterways and riparian ecosystems in arid semi arid and subtropical climates A donax is an incredibly vigorous plant which can reach heights of 6 10 m in ideal conditions It is considered to be among the fastest growing terrestrial plants in the world with up to 10 cm of growth per day Spreading by underground rhizomes is the primary method of multiplication as almost all seeds produced are sterile These rhizomes spread to colonize large areas and can break off to float downstream and colonize new places A piece only 5 cm in length is able to sprout new growth and can remain viable for up to 3 months in sea water This has led to it becoming an invasive along coastal areas in California and Australia A donax is considered to have many cultural uses and is widely planted for harvesting and for its ornamental value in gardens The canes of the plant can be used to make small structures It is the principle source of reeds used in saxophones bagpipes and other

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  • Crocus aleppicus | Royal Botanic Garden
    Mushroom Project Jordan Plant Red List Research Library Library Donors Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Crocus aleppicus Crocus aleppicus Baker Crocus Aleppo الزعفران الحلبي Family Iridaceae Crocus aleppicus is a geophyte has a linear leaf smooth leaflet margin and white flower It grows from October to November in the Mediterranean habitats and prefers moist soil Geographic Range in Jordan It grows in pine forests Ajloun Dibeen and Tal Al Rumman Traditional use Bulbs and soft seeds are eaten raw Bulbs May be roasted as well Threats The main threats on this species are over grazing and woodcutting Value Rare plant Conservation status IUCN Rare but it not evaluated yet الزعفران الحلبي من الأبصال اوراقه خيطية وحوافه ناعمة الاطراف وله زهره بيضاء ينمو من شهر تشرين الأول إلى تشرين الثاني في موائل

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  • Nerium oleander ~ Oleander | Royal Botanic Garden
    Garden Etiquette Volunteers Biodiversity Research Rangeland Rehabilitation Biomass Surveys Grazing Behaviour Forage Programmes Flock Management and Health Economic Studies on Herding Local Knowledge CBRR Info Day Forest Awareness Workshop 2nd Forest Awareness Workshop The National Herbarium What is a Herbarium Our Herbarium Collection Type Specimens Acquisition Policies How to Collect Plants Medicinal Plants Mushrooms Jordan Mushroom Project Jordan Plant Red List Research Library Library Donors Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Nerium oleander Oleander Nerium oleander Oleander دفلى FAMILY APOCYNACEAE Many branched shrub 1 5 3 m high leaves Narrow lanceolate and leathery Flowers 3 4 cm long pink or white usually in groups terminally on the lateral branches Flowering April October Fruits Narrow long ribbed brown and open from one side Habitat Places where water is present Wadi habitat Check for

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  • Phragmatis australis~ Common Reed | Royal Botanic Garden
    Forest Habitat Riparian Freshwater Habitat Jordan Valley and Dead Sea Habitat Plants in the Garden Maps Visitors Schools and Groups Garden Etiquette Volunteers Biodiversity Research Rangeland Rehabilitation Biomass Surveys Grazing Behaviour Forage Programmes Flock Management and Health Economic Studies on Herding Local Knowledge CBRR Info Day Forest Awareness Workshop 2nd Forest Awareness Workshop The National Herbarium What is a Herbarium Our Herbarium Collection Type Specimens Acquisition Policies How to Collect Plants Medicinal Plants Mushrooms Jordan Mushroom Project Jordan Plant Red List Research Library Library Donors Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Phragmatis australis Common Reed Phragmatis australis Common Reed قصيب Family GRAMINEAE Leaves Alternate entire Flowers Green Flowering October January Habitat Wetlands Check for more pictures in the photo gallery below Next Plant Aloe vera Previous Plant Tamarix jordanis Jordan Tamarisk Go

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  • Tamarix jordanis ~ Jordan Tamarisk | Royal Botanic Garden
    Schools and Groups Garden Etiquette Volunteers Biodiversity Research Rangeland Rehabilitation Biomass Surveys Grazing Behaviour Forage Programmes Flock Management and Health Economic Studies on Herding Local Knowledge CBRR Info Day Forest Awareness Workshop 2nd Forest Awareness Workshop The National Herbarium What is a Herbarium Our Herbarium Collection Type Specimens Acquisition Policies How to Collect Plants Medicinal Plants Mushrooms Jordan Mushroom Project Jordan Plant Red List Research Library Library Donors Publications BOT ERA Project Community Development Investing in People Artisanal Workshop First Field Trip Sewing Trainees Graduate CIDA Funds the IGP Visiting an Art College Beekeeping Dairy Production Sustainable Living What is Sustainable Living Natural Materials Eco Building Ecodomes at the RBG Solar Cooking Composting Bioindicators Your Carbon Footprint Carbon Footprint Calculator SIDIG MED Project Events RBG Events Support us How You Can Help Donate You are here Home Jordanian Habitats and Flora Plants Tamarix jordanis Jordan Tamarisk Tamarix jordanis Jordan Tamarisk طرفه أثل Family TAMARICACEAE Small tree with slender stems red when young Leaves Alternate scale like Flowers White or pink clustered on terminal spikes Flowering March August Habitat Jordan River Valley Azraq Wadi Araba Wadi Hidan and Wadi Feinan Check for more pictures in the photo gallery below Next Plant

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