Natural cultivars

2017-08-02T05:05:01+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Rowan, Citrus indica, Malus glaucescens, Balady citron, Citrus glauca, Triphasia brassii, Annurca, Moroccan citron, Malus toringoides, Malus rockii, Malus tschonoskii, Zanthoxylum fagara, Triphasia trifolia, Malus doumeri, Citrus halimii, Malus transitoria, Malus lancifolia, Iyokan, Hyuganatsu, Triphasia grandifolia, Malus niedzwetskyana, Greek citron, Shangjuan, Sorbus decipiens, Citrus warburgiana, Malus floribunda, Amanatsu, Malus sieboldii, Sorbus alnifolia, Citrus ichangensis, Palestinian sweet lime, Citrus longispina, Banpeiyu, Citrus inodora, Citrus wintersii, King of the Pippins, Ōgonkan, Citrus limetta, Malus florentina, Sorbus admonitor, Malus sikkimensis, Malus 'Hopa', Malus yunnanensis, Malus glabrata, Malus sublobata, Calamondin, Malus prattii, Citrus australis, Esopus Spitzenburg, Rhode Island Greening, Citrus latipes, Citrus gracilis, Citrus macrophylla, Clymenia (plant), Malus sargentii, Diamante citron, Åkerö flashcards Natural cultivars
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  • Rowan
    The rowans or mountain-ashes are shrubs or trees in the genus Sorbus of the rose family Rosaceae.
  • Citrus indica
    Citrus indica is a species of Citrus known by the common name Indian wild orange.
  • Malus glaucescens
    Malus glaucescens, commonly known as Dunbar crabapple, is a species in the genus Malus in the family Rosaceae.
  • Balady citron
    The balady citron, is a variety of citron, or etrog, grown in Israel, mostly for Jewish ritual purposes.
  • Citrus glauca
    Citrus glauca, commonly known as the desert lime, is a thorny shrub or small tree native to Queensland, New South Wales, and South Australia.
  • Triphasia brassii
    Triphasia brassii is a rare species of Triphasia in the family Rutaceae, native to New Guinea.
  • Annurca
    'Annurca', pronounced in Italy [anˈnurka], also called 'Anurka', is a historically old cultivar of domesticated apple native to Southern Italy, It is believed to be the one mentioned by Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia, and in the 16th century by Gian Battista della Porta.
  • Moroccan citron
    The Moroccan citron (Hebrew: אֶתְרוֹג מָרוֹקָנִי‎‎) is a true citron variety native to Assads, Morocco, which is still today its main center of cultivation.
  • Malus toringoides
    Malus toringoides is a crabapple species in the family Rosaceae, with the common name cut-leaf crabapple.
  • Malus rockii
    Malus rockii is a crabapple species in the family Rosaceae.
  • Malus tschonoskii
    Malus tschonoskii (common names Chonosuki crab and pillar apple) is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae, native to Japan.
  • Zanthoxylum fagara
    Zanthoxylum fagara or wild lime, is a species of flowering plant that, despite its name, is not actually in the citrus genus with real limes and other fruit, but is a close cousin in the larger citrus family, Rutaceae.
  • Triphasia trifolia
    Triphasia trifolia (syn. Limonia trifolia Burm. f., Triphasia aurantiola Lour.; also called limeberry, lime berry, or limoncitong kastila) is a species of Triphasia in the family Rutaceae, native to tropical southeastern Asia in Malaysia, the Philippines and possibly elsewhere.
  • Malus doumeri
    Malus doumeri is a species in the genus Malus in the family Rosaceae, that resembles Docynia and has been placed in that genus in the past.
  • Citrus halimii
    Citrus halimii or Mountain citron is a sour fruit variety belonging to the papeda subgroup of citrus plants, not related to the true citron.
  • Malus transitoria
    Malus transitoria, the cut-leaf crabapple, is a species of flowering plant in the crabapple genus Malus of the family Rosaceae.
  • Malus lancifolia
    Malus lancifolia is a species in the family Rosaceae.
  • Iyokan
    The iyokan (伊予柑 - C. × iyo), also known as anadomikan (穴門みかん) and Gokaku no Iyokan, is a Japanese citrus fruit, similar in appearance to a mandarin orange.
  • Hyuganatsu
    Hyuganatsu (Citrus tamurana, Japanese: 日向夏) is a citrus fruit and plant grown in Japan.
  • Triphasia grandifolia
    Triphasia grandifolia or unifoliate limeberry is a species of the genus Triphasia which is closely related to the genus Citrus and according to some should be including in it.
  • Malus niedzwetskyana
    Malus niedzwetskyana, or Niedzwetzky's apple, is treated as a distinct species by some botanists.
  • Greek citron
    The Greek citron variety of Citrus medica (Greek: κιτριά, Hebrew: אתרוג קורפו‎‎ or יְוָנִי) was botanically classified by Adolf Engler as the "variety etrog".
  • Shangjuan
    The shangjuan, or Ichang lemon (Citrus ichangensis × C. maxima), is a cold-hardy citrus fruit and plant originating in East Asia.
  • Sorbus decipiens
    Sorbus decipiens, the sharp-toothed whitebeam, is a species of plant in the Rosaceae family.
  • Citrus warburgiana
    Citrus warburgiana (Kakamadu or New Guinea Wild Lime) grows on the south coast of the Papuan Peninsula near Alatau (pictures) in Papua-New Guinea.
  • Malus floribunda
    Malus floribunda, common name Japanese flowering crabapple, Japanese crab, purple chokeberry, or showy crabapple, originates from Japan and East Asia.
  • Amanatsu
    Amanatsu (甘夏) or natsumikan is a yellowish orange citrus hybrid fruit, a group of cultivars of Citrus natsudaidai (ナツミカン(夏蜜柑?), which were discovered in 1740 in the Yamaguchi prefecture of Japan.
  • Malus sieboldii
    Malus sieboldii, commonly called Siebold's crab, Siebold's crabapple or Toringo crabapple, is a species of crabapple in the family Rosaceae.
  • Sorbus alnifolia
    Sorbus alnifolia (syn. Aria alnifolia) alder-leafed whitebeam or Korean whitebeam, Chinese: 水榆花楸; pinyin: shui yu hua qiu; literally: "water elm rowan", is a species of whitebeam native to eastern Asia in eastern and northern China, Taiwan, Korea and Japan.
  • Citrus ichangensis
    Citrus ichangensis, the Ichang papeda (Chinese: 宜昌橙), is a slow-growing species of the Citrus subg.
  • Palestinian sweet lime
    Citrus limettioides, Palestinian sweet lime or Indian sweet lime or common sweet lime, alternatively considered a cultivar of Citrus × limon, C.
  • Citrus longispina
    Citrus longispina (winged lime, blacktwig lime, or megacarpa papeda) is an unusual sweet lime-like citrus in Citrus subg.
  • Banpeiyu
    Banpeiyu (Japanese: 晩白柚) is a cultivar of pomelo which produces extremely large fruits.
  • Citrus inodora
    Citrus inodora or Microcitrus inodora, commonly known as Russell River Lime, is a tree native to the Bellenden-Ker Range in northern Queensland, Australia.
  • Citrus wintersii
    Citrus wintersii, the Brown River finger lime, is a plant species native to the Brown River region in Papua-New Guinea.
  • King of the Pippins
    King of the Pippins or Reine de Reinettes (French) is an old cultivar of domesticated apple originating from France, and is still used in its original form as well as in many derivative cultivars that have been bred from it.
  • Ōgonkan
    Ōgonkan (黄金柑 "golden citrus") or Ki-mikan (黄蜜柑 "yellow mikan") are the common names for a small sized variety of Japanese citrus, whose rind is of a characteristic "golden" bright yellow color.
  • Citrus limetta
    Citrus limetta, alternatively considered to be a cultivar of Citrus limon, C.
  • Malus florentina
    Malus florentina is a species of apple known by the common names Florentine crabapple and hawthorn-leaf crabapple.
  • Sorbus admonitor
    The No Parking Whitebeam (Sorbus admonitor) or Sorbus No Parking is a species of whitebeam tree found in Devon, United Kingdom.
  • Malus sikkimensis
    Malus sikkimensis is a rare species of apple known by the common name Sikkim crabapple.
  • Malus 'Hopa'
    Malus 'Hopa', occasionally known as Hopa flowering crabapple, is a hybrid cultivar in the genus Malus, in the family Rosaceae.
  • Malus yunnanensis
    Malus yunnanensis is a species in the genus malus, family Rosaceae, with the common name Yunnan crabapple, in China it is called chuan e dian chi hai tang.
  • Malus glabrata
    Malus glabrata, commonly known as Biltmore's crabapple, is a species in the genus Malus, in the family Rosaceae.
  • Malus sublobata
    Malus sublobata is the botanical name for the yellow autumn crabapple, it is a species of the genus malus in the family Rosaceae, native to Japan.
  • Calamondin
    Calamondin (× Citrofortunella microcarpa or × Citrofortunella mitis) is an important citrofortunella, meaning that it is an intergenetic hybrid between a member of the genus citrus (in this case probably the mandarin orange) and the kumquat belonging to Fortunella.
  • Malus prattii
    Malus prattii (Pratt's crabapple, 西蜀海棠 xi shu hai tang) is a crabapple species, endemic to China.
  • Citrus australis
    Round lime (Citrus australis), also known as Australian lime or Australian round lime, is a large shrub or small tree producing an edible fruit.
  • Esopus Spitzenburg
    'Esopus Spitzenburg' or 'Aesopus Spitzenburgh' is an antique apple.
  • Rhode Island Greening
    The 'Rhode Island Greening' is an old, historic American apple variety and the official fruit of the state of Rhode Island.
  • Citrus latipes
    Citrus latipes, commonly called "Khasi papeda", is sometimes mistakenly identified as Kaffir lime (C. hystrix).
  • Citrus gracilis
    Citrus gracilis, the Humpty Doo Lime or Kakadu Lime, is a straggly shrub endemic to eucalypt savannah woodlands of Northern Territory, Australia.
  • Citrus macrophylla
    Citrus macrophylla, also known as alemow, is a citrus tree and fruit, belonging to the papeda subgroup of citrus plants.
  • Clymenia (plant)
    Clymenia is a small genus of flowering plants in the family Rutaceae.
  • Malus sargentii
    Malus sargentii, occasionally called Sargent's apple or Sargent crabapple, is a species of crabapple in the genus Malus.
  • Diamante citron
    The Diamante citron (Citrus medica var. vulgaris or cv. diamante − Italian: cedro di diamante, Hebrew: אתרוג קלבריה‎‎ or גינובה) is a variety of citron named after the town of Diamante, located in the province of Cosenza, Calabria, on the south-western coast of Italy, which is its most known cultivation point.
  • Åkerö
    'Åkerö', 'Akero', or 'Okera', is an old apple cultivar of presumed Swedish origin, but possibly introduced from the Netherlands.