flowering plants of Greenland

a taxonomical and cytological survey by Carl Adolf JГёrgensen

Publisher: I kommission hos Munksgaard in København

Written in English
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Bibliography: p. [156]-172

Statementby C. A. Jørgensen, Th. Sørensen and M. Westergaard
SeriesDet Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab. Biologiske skrifter, bd. 9, nr. 4
The Physical Object
Pagination172 p.
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14504370M
LC Control Number58004935

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Although Greenland id freezing cold, native plants have adapted to the temperatures and blossom to give a beautiful contrast of icebergs and the white expanse in the country.

Five types of orchid flower in Greenland. There are even small trees that grow in the innermost fjords in Southern Greenland. Further north, Disko Island is a paradise for flora-lovers. Half of Greenland’s more than species of flowering plants, horsetails and ferns are found on this old volcanic island.

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Once used by the Inuit as a candle wick, the cotton grass was collected, dried, and rolled to mix with seal fat in winter seal lamps. Elsewhere in Greenland a variety of tundras exist, with grasses and sedges, often in typical tussock forms, and flowering plants and berry bushes.

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