A perennial for the flowerbed in the shade The Polygonium capitatum is a perennial ground cover plant native to China, of such easy cultivation that in much of the globe it tends to become a weed, and is therefore naturalized. It produces thin, slightly fleshy, creeping stems, which can reach 45-50 cm in length, rising from the ground to only 15-25 cm; the stems root easily when they touch the ground, making the plant very interesting in areas with unstable soil, where it can form a sort of containment network; a small plant can give rise to a large stain over the course of the months, widening for all the space available.
Marigolds are flowers from the Aster family, very popular among gardeners because of their unpretentiousness and ease of growing. Marigolds love to use to create flower beds, flower beds, for color spots, etc. Tall marigolds can reach a meter in height, have large, beautiful, rounded inflorescences.
Hanging plants in baskets The plants grown in the apartment are generally small or medium-sized shrubs, originating from tropical areas of the world, where the climate is similar to what we can find in the apartment. Among the many plants some are climbing, or with a prostrate development; we cultivate them in pots letting them fall back loosely from the edges of the container, or we fix them to a guardian, which allows the plant to develop freely.
Amber-rosata "title =" ROSE POLIANTA Amber rosata - rosé amber "> ROSE POLIANTA Amber rosata AMBRA ROSATA® Amber rosé is an ideal variety to be cultivated for friends of" nostalgic or English roses ". a beautiful amber color edged with pink.Elegance and delicacy distinguish this splendid species.
Wooden fences are widely used to delimit gardens or areas in front of homes; this type of fencing can also be used only to delimit a small area within the garden itself, without having a strong visual impact. There are different types of wooden fences, starting from small fences, useful in subdivisions of garden areas; up to the actual fences, fixed to the base of a wall, or in any case with concrete "foundations".
On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: Azalea Pruning of azaleas and rhododendrons: Azaleas and rhododendrons are shrubs belonging to the same family, widespread throughout Europe. These are fairly slow-growing plants that do not require too regular drastic pruning. Flowering occurs at the beginning of spring and in general pruning is practiced just after flowering, removing the withered flowers and shortening the branches that carried the flowers, so that they can quickly sprout and thicken the shrub.