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ŠUMARSKI LIST 3-4/2019 str. 49     <-- 49 -->        PDF

in the Arboretum since 1953 took place before 1998. For future maintenance and development of the Arboretum in the sense of regenerating the taxa that have disappeared or introducing new taxa, the facts mentioned above should be of particular concern. Exotic plants from warm regions of other continents are generally well adapted to the site conditions in the Arboretum, but they sometimes perish owing to extremely low temperatures lasting for several days. The eight oldest living trees in the Arboretum were planted in the period between 1858 and 1871: Ginkgo biloba L. (1858), Tilia americana L. (1858), Taxus baccata L. (1859), Diospyros virginiana L. (1859), Wisteria sinensis (Sims) Sweet (1861), Ginkgo biloba L. (1861), Platanus orientalis L. (1868) and Cedrus libani A. Rich. (1871). The Trsteno Arboretum is the only Croatian arboretum that is managed by a scientific institution - the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, and it fulfils all the requirements set before a historical arboretum in the modern world.
Key words: Trsteno Arboretum, Croatia, Mediterranean, trees, shrubs, half-shrubs, dendrological analysis