Botanical name: Cannabaceae
Botanical name: Cannabaceae
Hemp is a diverse group of plants encompassing both ornamental and edible species. This family includes beloved favorites like roses, apples, and strawberries. With their captivating blooms and delicious fruits, Rosales plants have significant garden usage and economic value. They also attract beneficial insects and birds, contributing to the ecological balance. From delicate wildflowers to towering fruit trees, hemp showcases a wide range of sizes and shapes, making them an enchanting addition to any landscape.
Species of Hemp
Many species of hackberries are drought-tolerant. They are sometimes cultivated as ornamental trees, particularly in botanical gardens and arboreta. The wood is sometimes used in cabinetry. The flowers bloom in early spring, and the leaves are an important food source for caterpillars.
Hop are plants best known for their flowers, as they are a key ingredient in many types of beers, imparting a distinctive bitter flavor and aroma to the beverages. They are perennial, climbing, vine-like plants that are commonly cultivated for use in the brewing industry.
Trema is a genus of evergreen trees. They are generally small trees, reaching 10 to 20 m tall. The leaves are alternate, simple, ovate-acuminate to lanceolate with a long pointed tip, and evenly serrated margins. The fruit is a small drupe 3 to 5 mm in diameter. Trema is about 15 species. Trema is occurring in subtropical and tropical regions of southern Asia, northern Australasia, Africa, South and Central America, and parts of North America.
Gironniera, is a genus of deciduous trees, containing six recognized species. It is widespread in tropical countries.
Hemp are a group of plants that have been cultivated commercially for many uses, including taking the oil from the seeds and fibers for textiles, rope, and paper. They are annual flowering herbs, and different species can be identified based on the veins on the underside of the leaves.
A genus of flowering plants, the humulopsis are perhaps best known for its use in flavoring beer with a bitter and aromatic taste. It is also used as livestock feed and production and also as an ornamental. Although often referred to as a vine, it is actually termed a bine, because of its habit of wrapping around supporting structures in a clockwise direction.
Aphananthe is a small genus of evergreen trees in the family Cannabaceae. Leaves are alternate on the stem and toothed. Flowers are unisexual, fruit form as drupes. Around six species are recognised, found in Madagascar, South-east Asia, Mexico and Australia.
Pteroceltis includes only one species. It is a tree, indigenous to China, growing to 20 m in height.