Development of ornamental horticulture for residential areas


  • Olga Rudnyk-Ivashchenko
  • Victor Sсhwartau
  • Liudmyla Mykhalska



floriculture, phytomelioration, harmful substances, heavy metals.


Aim. Show the ecological significance of ornamental gardening in human life and identify problems of its effective management. Methods. The methods of dialectical cognition of processes and phenomena, monographic empirical and abstract-logical, are used. Results. The issues of the development of domestic ornamental horticulture and floriculture are discussed. A historical overview of landscaping is provided. The researches of domestic and foreign scientists on the toxic effect of pollutants on plant organisms, on the prooxidant-antioxidant balance, and its shift towards the intensification of lipid cross-oxidation in plant tissues, are analyzed. The relevance of research on air transport of harmful substances of human activity in residential areas and the importance of plants in protecting them and residents from the harmful effects of pollutants are shown. Conclusions. Ornamental gardening, floriculture, and landscaping are a promising way to improve the living conditions of the population and neutralize harmful industrial emissions.



How to Cite

Rudnyk-Ivashchenko, O., Sсhwartau V., & Mykhalska, L. (2021). Development of ornamental horticulture for residential areas. Journal of Native and Alien Plant Studies, (17), 198–205.