Plant Allelopathy and Their Application in Gardens


  • Qi Zhang
  • Zegiimaa Ch



Plant Allelopathy, Garden Applications, Plant Landscaping


The study of plant allelopathy is of extremely important research significance in agricultural and forestry production and management, as well as in ecological gardening applications in nature. Allopathies affects species composition in plant communities, It is one of the important factors affecting plant community succession. It is one of the important factors affecting plant community succession. In the application of garden landscape, the interaction and mutual restraint of communities are directly related to the final landscape effect. Therefore, by studying the effects of plants and garden applications, it is expected to provide reference value for garden landscape designers in the matching of garden landscape plants.


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How to Cite

Zhang, Q., & Ch, Z. (2023). Plant Allelopathy and Their Application in Gardens. Highlights in Art and Design, 4(3), 156-159.