Flowers in the garden

Flowers in the garden

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Flowers in the garden

To house the flowers in the garden you can choose between:
- flowering arboreal plants
- shrubby or bushy flowering plants
- flowering climbing plants
- flowering evergreen plants
- herbaceous flowering plants
- Mediterranean flowering plants
- flowery succulents
- flowering aquatic plants (if a body of water is present)
To obtain an optimal yield, it is necessary to consider some assumptions, namely:
- extension of the garden
- exposure
- weather conditions and sunshine
- types of land
- type of irrigation
- coexistence between plants
- possible limiting and harmful factors
The choice of plants is also conditioned by the different type of garden, namely:
* in classical gardens it is preferable to house ornamental plants (many varieties)
* in rock gardens it is necessary to use varieties adaptable to the shade and the presence of stones and rocks (such as campanula)
* in the rustic garden we must favor rustic and native species (mimosa type)
* in the Mediterranean garden it is advisable to host plants suitable for warm climates (like lavender)
* in the Zen garden you can choose from a few compatible specimens (like azalea)


It is a herbaceous plant with a bushy, erect and branched stem, up to a meter high, which supports dark green oval leaves.
The flowers are grouped in simple and double white, yellow, orange, pink, red inflorescences, with a striking and extremely ornamental appearance.
It lives well on any type of terrain, prefers sunny areas and warm temperatures, which should never fall below ten degrees.
It must be watered regularly and fertilized at least once a month, using a liquid fertilizer, rich in nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
It is used to set up colored flowerbeds or borders, but also decorative containers, as it lives well packaged.
It is a herbaceous flowering plant, consisting of a slender stem, up to 1 m tall, dark green, with lance-shaped leaves and with alternate insertion.
The flower has a corolla with very distinct petals, of a fleshy consistency, with a rounded or pointed shape depending on the variety.
It has various colors: white, yellow, pink, red and purple.
It gives off a very pleasant scent.
It requires a well-drained and fertile soil, preferably with a basic and never clayey component. It must be exposed in sunny and warm areas, because it fears the cold.
It is a herbaceous plant with a rigid stem covered with thorns, has lobed oval-shaped leaves and inserted into three or five numbers on a thorny central branch.
The flowers are characterized by corollas with brightly colored petals (white, pink, red), with a fleshy consistency, very fragrant.
Flowering continues throughout spring until early summer, reaching its peak in May.
It requires fertile and well-drained soils, enriched with peat and humus.
It is a very suitable plant to create flower beds, borders, or to fill decorative vases.
It is a flowery and ornamental herbaceous plant, which has an erect, delicate and supple stem, up to fifty centimeters high, of an intense green color.
The leaves are lanceolate, with alternate arrangement.
The flowers have a tubular appearance, enclosed by bracts, with a corolla of white and elongated petals, united in flower-shaped inflorescences, very decorative but not perfumed.
The fruit is an elongated oval achene of black color with white streaks.
It requires a soil with an acid or neutral pH, dry, sandy, well drained, enriched with humus and peat.
It must be housed in sunny areas with a temperate climate since it fears the cold: its ideal temperature is between ten and twenty degrees.
It lives well even in pots, and requires fertilization with liquid fertilizers, rich in iron and magnesium.


It is a shrubby plant, evergreen and flowery, very decorative due to the presence of beautiful flowers.
It has a semi-woody stem, with a height of up to 10 15 meters, which supports the bipinnate leaves, dark green, very delicate.
The flowers are gathered in flower head inflorescences, with a soft and feathery appearance, very fragrant, of an intense yellow and golden color.
The flowering is early, but does not last long: from January to March.
The fruits are dark legumes, containing a large quantity of seeds.
It requires a deep, well-drained soil with an acid component and enriched with peat, humus and river sand.
It must be positioned in sunny areas and at mild temperatures (never below 15 degrees).
2 fertilization cycles must be carried out: in spring and in autumn


It is a bushy, aromatic and evergreen plant, belonging to the Mediterranean scrub, which forms thick and ornamental tufts with rapid growth.
The stem is herbaceous, up to a meter high, and holds narrow and elongated silvery green leaves.
The flowers are gathered in spike inflorescences, purple in color, very fragrant.
It requires a well-drained soil, preferably a limestone component.
Being a rustic variety, it is well adaptable and durable.

Flowers in the garden: FLOWERS IN THE ZEN GARDENS

It is a bushy and flowery, ornamental plant, of medium size (40 80 cm.), Which presents a very ramified semi-woody stem with rough leaves, oval, dark green and fleshy consistency.
The flowers, placed at the apex of the branch, are gathered in groups and have corollas with distinct petals, with a continuous margin, white, pink or red.
It requires a soil with an acid component (pH 5.5), rich in organic substances, soft and well drained.
It must be housed in sunny and warm areas as it fears the cold.
It is advisable to carry out 2 cycles of annual fertilization with acidophilus fertilizers.