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Pro jména našich štěňátek jsme se nechali inspirovat v říši rostlin / Our inspiration for the Puppy Names:


Brush Cherry Fortunate

Cherry sized fruit with crispy flesh surrounding a pea sized seed. The pink, red and sometimes purple fruits are particularly pretty when ripening.
Description: The brush cherry is found usually as a short or medium sized tree up to 30ft tall,

and sometimes as shrub or bush. In some parts of the world, brush cherries are used as hedges.

Produces very pretty, showy flowers during Spring and Summer, followed by fruit ripening 2-3 months later. Will grow in both sun and part shade.
Hardiness: Hardy to 25F.
Growing Environment: The tree prefers moderate moisture year round, with a subtropical climate. Grow in full sun.
Propagation: Almost exclusively by seeds.
Uses: Eaten fresh, although the flesh has little taste. Occasionally used to make preserves.
Native Range: Native to temperate and tropical rain forests of Australia's east coast.

Blue Lilly Pilly Fortunate

Pink to bluish berry-fruit with a crunchy, watery flavor that has hints of lavender and ginger.

Similar to the brush cherry in appearance.
Description: Small shrub, bush, or tree to 20-40ft, but can grow taller. Flowers are small and fluffy, with a creamy white color.

Flowering is generally in Spring, and is followed by large bunches of the fruit which ripen a couple of months later.

Fruits attract many kinds of birds.
Hardiness: The blue lilly pilly is fairly hardy and needs only a subtropical climate to flourish.

Protection should be given from long or hard freezes.

Blue Passion Flower Fortunate

The passion flowers or passion vines (Passiflora) are a genus of about 500 species of flowering plants, the namesakes of the family Passifloraceae.

They are mostly vines, with some being shrubs, and a few species being herbaceous.
Most species have round or elongated edible fruit from two to eight inches long and an inch to two inches across,

depending upon the species or cultivar.
The passion fruit or maracujá (P. edulis) is cultivated extensively in the Caribbean and south Florida and South Africa for its fruit, which is used as a source of juice.

 A small purple fruit which wrinkles easily and a larger shiny yellow to orange fruit are traded under this name.

The latter is usually considered just a variety flavicarpa, but seems to be more distinct in fact.
BLue passion flower (Passiflora) growing instructions included.

Brier Rose Fortunate

Biological Name: Rosa canina
Other Names: Brier hip, Brier rose, witches’ brier, dogberry, wild brier, dog rose, sweet brier, eglantine gall, hogseed,

hep tree, hop fruit, hip fruit, hip tree, hip rose
Elements Applied: Fruit is commonly applied in herbal medicine
Used For: The remedy is applied for treating flatulence, inducing urination, stimulating the digestive tract.

It is known to possess astringent properties.


Black Persimmon Fortunate

Latin Name: Diospyros digyna
Other Names: Chocolate Pudding Fruit, Caca-poule, black persimmon
Type: Tree
Native to: Southern Mexico
Fruit: Black sapotes are 3-4" and green. (the black refers to the pulp). It is related to the persimmon
Size: The tree can grow up to 80' tall.
Hardiness:As long as the tree is mature, it can survive as low as 28F.
Propagation: Seeds
Uses: Black sapote can be eaten raw or used in desserts.

Blackberry Jam-Fruit Fortunate

Scientific name: Randia formosa
Synonyms: Mussaenda formosa, Randia mussaenda
Family: Rubiaceae
Common name: Blackberry Jam Fruit, Raspberry Bush, Jasmin de Rosa
Small, hard shelled fruit with dark black pulp tasting like blackberry jam.
Description: Small bushy shrub, usually only 4-6ft tall. The blackberry jam fruit is related to the gardenia and produces fairly large, fragrant and ornate white flowers.
Hardiness: It is hardy to 28-29F.
Growing Environment: It enjoys full or partial sun, and acidic soil. Generally, the plant is fairly easy to grown and can make a container specimen in colder areas.
Propagation: By seeds.
Uses: Fruits are eaten fresh or used to make jams, jellies, and preserves.
Native Range: Native to Central and South America.

Buffalo Berry Fortunate

The fruit are often eaten by bears, which by legend, prefer the berries to maintain fat stores during hibernation.

Buffaloberries are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including

The Engrailed (recorded from S. canadensis) and Coleophora elaeagnisella.
Buffaloberries are edible for humans. They are quite sour, and afterwards leave the mouth a little dry.

A touch of frost will sweeten the berries. The berries can be made into jelly, jam, or syrup, or prepared like cranberry sauce from the forefrost berries.

The berry is recognizable by being a dark shade of red, with little white dots on them. They are rough to the touch, and found on both trees and shrubs.

Butterfly Weed Fortunate

Butterfly weed (Asclepias tuberosa) is easy to grow from seed. For the quickest flowers, start seed in late August.

Fresh seed requires a period of cool, damp stratification. Provide this by placing the seed in a bag of moist peat moss and keeping it in the

refrigerator for ten to twelve weeks. Older seed will not require this cold period to break its dormancy.

Direct seed butterfly weed outside, or grow the seedlings in a nursery bed until the plants have five or six leaves,

at which time it should be moved to its permanent location. Give the seed proper attention while it is germinating;

though the mature plants will tolerate somewhat dry soils, the seedlings need to be kept moist until established.

Fall-grown plants will provide moderate bloom the following year, with improved bloom in successive seasons.
 This is a favorite in many gardens for it’s lovely flower and the butterflies it attracts, it is always blooming.

Bullock's heart Fortunate

The custard-apple is the fruit of the tree Annona reticulata. This tree is a small deciduous or semi-evergreen tree.

The fruits are variable in shape, heart shaped, oblong or irregular. The size ranges from 7 centimetres to 12 centimetres.

The skin or covering of custard apple is thin but tough, which is usually yellow or brownish when ripe.

Beneath the thin covering, a thick, cream-white layer of custard like, granular, flesh is present, which surrounds seeds.

The flavor of the fruit is sweet and agreeable.When ripe, the fruit is brown or yellowish, with red highlights and a varying degree of reticulation,

depending on variety. The flavor is sweet and pleasant.The fruits are tasty and nutritious but all parts of this tree can be usefu
"Custard-apple" has another name such as Sugar-apple, Sweetsop, Bullock's Heart, Bull's Heart. In Britain, "custard-apple" refers to cherimoya.


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