Walory i stan parku w Strudze nad rzeką Płonią w Szczecinie
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The research were related to the park in Struga on the Płonia River, which has valuable landscape with plenty of historical and dendrological resources. Field works were being conducted in the years of 2006–2007. The aim of this studies was to evaluate the current state of the park including the dendrological values. The park was established round about the middle of XIX-th century by the family von Dewitz, on the woodlands. Many interesting trees and shrubs were planted, there was also the palace with other buildings. The only buildings that has remained till the present time are: Villa Erica, paper-mill and the ruins of the rest ones. The studies conducted in the fifties showed that the local dendroflora was abounding with many species and varieties of trees and shrubs. Nowadays, there are not as many interesting trees and shrubs in the park as it used to be. For example there are growing: Abies concolor, A. nordmanniana, Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Glauca’, Ch. pisifera ‘Filifera’, Ch. pisifera ‘Plumosa’, Ch. lawsoniana, Ch. nootkatensis ‘Glauca’, Picea glauca, P. orientalis, P. pungens, P. pungens f. argentea, P. pungens f. glauca, Pinus strobus, Pseudotsuga menziesii, Taxus baccata, Thuja occidentalis, Th. plicata, Fagus sylvatica ‘Atropunicea’, Platanus ×hispanica ‘Acerifolia’, Quercus robur ‘Fastigiata’, Quercus rubra var. maxima. The most valuable part of the park is under protection as the form of the nature preservation and it is Nature and Landscape Complex. There will be many other valuable species and varieties of trees and shrubs lost, unless we take some action for their conservation in the following years. The study’s results are given in the list of trees and shrubs and their description.
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