영주 무섬마을 주택 내 외래식물현황- 문화재지정 및 비지정 가옥의 비교를 중심으로 -

Title
영주 무섬마을 주택 내 외래식물현황- 문화재지정 및 비지정 가옥의 비교를 중심으로 -
Other Titles
Status of Exotic Plants in the Home Gardens of the Museom Village in Youngju City, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province, Korea - Comparison between Designated Versus Non designated Cultural Assets -
Author(s)
김용식김기송성정원박성혁박진선노재현[노재현]오현경[오현경]이원호[이원호]손희주[손희주]박진욱[박진욱]안계복[안계복]
Keywords
가지정문화재; 문화재 지정가옥; 민속마을; 비지정가옥; 외래식물; exotic plants; folk village; houses designated as cultural assets; houses non-designated as cultural assets; National cultural heritage
Issue Date
201412
Publisher
한국전통조경학회
Citation
한국전통조경학회지, v.12, pp.21 - 31
Abstract
The objective of this study was to provide basic data necessary for the management of exotic plants in folk villages through comparative analysis of the planting state of houses designated as cultural assets and houses non-designated as cultural assets in Museom Village, Youngju City, which was designated as National Cultural Heritage and the results was summarized as follows: 1. In Museom Village, 191 taxa of exotic plants were recorded among 472 taxa of endemic plants. Thus, the ratio of exotic plant recorded as 40.5%. 2. For the exotic plants inside the houses, 79 taxa of ornamental exotic plants, 8 taxa of landscape exotic plants, 54 taxa of cultivated exotic plants, and 50 taxa of naturalized exotic plants were recorded, suggesting the Naturalization Rate(NR) of 10.6%. The life-from showed that annual plants with 82 taxa(47.7%) comprised the highest proportion. 3. The exotic flora were compared between the houses designated as Cultural Assets and houses non-designated as Cultural Assets. The results showed that there were 90 taxa(51.7%) of exotic plants in the house gardens designated as Cultural Assets and 171 taxa(52.3%) in the house gardens non-designated as Cultural Assets, suggesting that the number of exotic plants in the house gardens non-designated as Cultural Assets was 1.9 times more than those in the house gardens designated as Cultural Assets. That is considered attributable to the high rate of residence in the house gardens non-designated as Cultural Assets and preference towards ornamental plants. Meanwhile, 26 taxa(14.9%) were recorded in the house gardens designated as Cultural Assets and 41 taxa(24.3%) were recorded in the house gardens non-designated as Cultural Assets, which suggest that the naturalized plants are more likely to be occured in the house gardenss not-designated as Cultural Assets. 4. The number of plant taxa in the house gardens designated as Cultural Assets showed a difference of 4% between interior space and exterior space which is significantly lower than the difference of 53% showed by the number of plant taxa in the house gardens not designated as Cultural Assets. This result is considered to reflect the horticultural hobby and viewpoint of garden owners towards gardens, given the planting space, growth conditions, and unrestrictive conditions in gardens based on the extent of closed state of both types of houses.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30257
ISSN
1738-236X
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