Ilex

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Ilex

a bush bearing berries containing saponins; cause vomiting, diarrhea. Called also holly.
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One of the main signs of this decay is the alarming lack of regeneration of trees in a large part of the dehesas of the national territory, with populations of old holm oaks where young individuals are scarce or do not exist (Siscart, Diego and Lloret, 1999; Pulido and Diaz, 2005; Leiva et al.
It is broadly reflected in the anthracological diagram by the decrease and even disappearance of sensitive species such as yew and holly tree in high mountains and an increased use of holm oak forests for firewood.
Two-year-old plants of Holm oak (Quercus ilex) were grown in 15 dm3 pots filled with commercial soil.
At the regional scale, the presence of holm oak and Aleppo pine is expected to be driven mainly by the precipitation regime, with the proportion of Aleppo pine increasing toward the driest border and with holm oak being the dominant species in areas with higher precipitation.
They have already polished off undergrowth in a trial at nearby Honeycombe Chine, saving the council tens of thousands of pounds usually spent on teams uprooting the likes of bamboo and holm oak.
Zannone Maintenance of long-term low risk of recolonisation; and Restoration of Holm oak forest (ha
Back on land, lawned areas are interspersed with large garden beds and mature trees including weeping ash, flowering cherry, Holm oak, yew, ash, horse chestnut and silver birch.
Influence of cutting methods and dates on stump sprouting in Holm oak coppice.
But National Trust head warden Richard Ellis said other species such as the Holm oak are of much greater concern within the county.
After a few kilometres the track became rougher descended into an area of ancient Holm oak woodlands with myrtle and broom in the clearings.
Last year's competition saw Old Homer, a holm oak in Rostrevor's Kilbroney Park, capture hearts and minds to take the Northern Ireland crown.