5 Graines Prunellier sauvage, épine noire, Prunus spinosa

5 Graines Prunellier sauvage, épine noire, Prunus spinosa

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Prunellier, black spine, prunus spinosa |

TheBlack Thorn, Prunelier1 or Prunelier2 ( /Pʁy.nə.lje/) (Prunus spinosa) is a shrub in Family of Rosaceae.

5 seeds - Cold stratifging, Seeds for 4-5 months before sowing - Medium germination: 70%

It is sometimes called, according to the regions, Buisson Noir, Épinette, Belossay, Créquier, Fourdinier, FOURDRAINE, Mother-du-Bois, Pelossier or common prunelier.

Since the Orthographic Rectifications of 1990, the spelling " Prunelier "3 is also accepted. This new spelling although in accordance with pronunciation, is not listed in many reference dictionaries4,5.

Due to its thorny character and a strong tendency to Drageonner, it is widely used to form hedges Impassable for cattle. Like theAubépine, it can form a hedge or an inextricable coppice in a few years. Its fruit being appreciated by birds which disseminate its seeds, it is an invasive species of the wasteland and some pastures. It is a Pioneer species of full light which does not tolerate competition.

The Prunelier is a perennial plant, up to -20 ° C, which can measure 0.50 to 6 meters high. Its very thorny branches carry a blackish bark , as opposed to that of the white spine (hawthorn). Young people, they are pubescent. Prunelliers form very thorny bushes , sometimes difficult to penetrable6.

Its foliage is Caduc, its Leaves are oblong or lanceolate, 1-2 × 2-4 CM Long, on Marge Finely toothed, in the area at the base. They are often pubescent on the ribs of the underside.

The white flowers appear before the leaves. They are mostly solitary (sometimes by 2-4), carried by an peduncle of 3-6 MM. They appear in March-April (-Mai) and are Melifiers. The Prunellier is a species hermaphrodite (male and female organs are in the same flower) and entomogame, that is to say pollinated by insects.

Ses Drupes (one nucleus called Pruves, locally Plosses), 6–15 mm in diameter, pruiners, blackish violets are Astringers and very harsh as long as they did not undergo the first frosts. The seeds are dispersed by animals (see Zochoria and Endozooochore).

There are different Cultivars of the Prunellier including Prunus spinosa 'Plena' which has double flowers.

The fruits are astringent and tonic, because rich in tanin, Vitamin C and organic acids.

In Decoction, the Prunellier is laxative, and its fruits are used as a remedy for constipation.[réf. nécessaire]

Contents subject to the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license. Source : Article PRUNELLIER of Wikipedia in French (Authors)

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