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Plants for gardens
The creation of a garden implies the use of various types of plants, namely:
- trees (when the area is sufficiently large)
- shrubby plants
- climbing plants (to cover walls or espaliers)
- evergreen plants
- herbaceous plants
- flowering plants
Before making any choice it is useful to consider some preliminary considerations:
- extension of the garden
- type of exposure
- weather conditions
- types of land
- coexistence between different species
It is an evergreen and flowering shrub plant, suitable for gardens, cultivated for ornamental purposes. It has a woody stem, height from 10 to 15 meters, with a vertical trend. The leaves are bipinnate and composed of many dark green leaves, very soft and delicate.
The flowers are gathered in flower-shaped inflorescences, with a soft appearance, an intense yellow and golden color, with a very intense fragrance; flowering is early and occurs between January and March.
The fruits are legumes of black color, 5.10 cm long.
It requires a deep, well-drained soil with an acid component, possibly enriched with organic substance.
It must be housed in very sunny areas as it loves mild temperatures and should never fall below 15 degrees.
Fears cold and frost.
Watering must be done at least once a month, taking care not to soak the soil to avoid water stagnation that would cause the roots to rot.
Fertilization is recommended in spring and autumn, using specific fertilizers for flowering plants for gardens.
It is a shrubby and climbing plant, with flowers, ornamental.
It has a woody stem, with a twisted, branched pattern, which develops in height, leaning on vertical surfaces forming very decorative espaliers.
The leaves have a lobed shape, are large and have an intense green color.
The flowers are very small and gathered in conical, highly perfumed cluster inflorescences, with a typical light purple color.
Flowering begins in March and continues for many months.
It requires a fertile, well-drained soil with a clayey component.
It must be exposed in sunny areas of the garden because it fears the cold and prefers temperate and mild climates.
Water must be watered frequently during the warm months to keep the soil always humidified.
It is advisable to fertilize the plant at least 2 times a year, using liquid fertilizers.
It is a shrubby, climbing, fast-growing plant, cultivated both for ornamental purposes and to create shady areas in the garden.
It has a medium-sized, very branched woody stem.
The leaves are lobed, large, of an intense green color that turns yellow and then red during the autumn months, giving the plant a decorative appearance.
The flowers are very small, inconspicuous and light in color.
The fruits are small berries with pink, purple or blue colors.
It is a very resistant and well adaptable plant, which does not require special care.
It must be watered only during the warm months, without soaking the soil.
It is advisable to carry out at least 2 annual fertilization cycles, using fertilizers rich in organic material.
It is an ornamental herbaceous flowering plant used to create colorful flowerbeds or borders.
It has long and erect stems, of an intense green color.
The leaves are lanceolate, with alternate insertion, covered with a waxy and dark green patina.
The flowers have a corolla with well-separated, fleshy petals, with a rounded or pointed shape depending on the variety, with bright colors in shades of white, yellow, pink and red, very fragrant.
It requires soft and well-drained soils, enriched with peat and sand, with a basic and not clayey component.
It must be exposed to non-direct sunlight so as not to damage the corollas.
It loves temperate and warm climates and fears wind and air currents.
It must be watered frequently during the warm months and fertilized with specific fertilizers for flowering plants for gardens.