When we talk about Jacobaea Leucophylla we usually refer to a variety belonging to the dicotyledonous spermatophytes, of the Asteraceae family.
The appearance is quite common, since they are ebaceae characterized by a yellow flower similar to the daisy that blooms annually and grows spontaneously without the need for special precautions.
Native to South Africa, Tulbaghia violacea is a rustic plant with a bushy habit.
The plant belongs to the Alliaceae family and is very similar to chives and garlic. Its leaves are narrow and long, its flowers are purple and small in size. Both the stems and the leaves are also used in cooking and its particularly strong aroma can be used as a substitute for garlic.
Plant also used for ornamental purposes, Facelia is particularly suitable for fertilizing the soil and for the production of honey. in this article we will go into specific detail on all aspects of this beautiful plant.
Añañuca is a typical flower of northern Chile, which grows specifically between Copiapó and the Quilimarí valley, in the Coquimbo region. Few people know that its name derives from a sad love story ...
The protea Cynaroides is native to Africa, a continent in which the characteristics are very different from the climatic point of view compared to those present in Italy, there may be difficulties in cultivation in the garden or even inside the pot. First, shrubs have a tendency to empty at the bottom over time, which means fewer flowers.
It is not easy to try to beautify your garden or terrace without running into the "usual" plants. The suggestion is to include in the project one or more plants of Kolkwitzia amabilis, wonderful on the ground, in large pots and as an unusual fence hedge. Kolkwitzia (scientific name Linnaea amabilis) comes from China and is a deciduous perennial shrub that is part of the Caprifoliaceae family.
Ideal for decorating green spaces, flower beds or lively gardens, the Sparaxis (Iridaceae) are native to South Africa and are able to flourish in the Mediterranean climate of Italy. Recognizable for their lanceolate basal leaves and incredibly bright colors, these specimens boast a height of about 10-30 centimeters and an incredible resistance to temperatures close to zero. Sparaxis are also odorless, although this element does not affect the pleasantness of this species.
The plants of the genus Astrantia, which belong to the Apiaceae, Umbrelliferae, are native to Eurasia and grow throughout Europe, in the Caucasus and in almost all Italian regions on the hills and also in the mountains. It is a hemicryptophyte plant that reproduces by buds at ground level.
Some plant specimens such as Scaevola are the delight of many gardeners looking for heat-resistant plants that are ideal for growing in the summer. The aforementioned plant with its thick stems guarantees the best drought tolerance in full sun and is ideal for growing in hanging pots, so its delicate palm-shaped blooms can be observed up close.
Among the various types of plants that are available both annual and perennial it is worth considering the cultivation of Gypsophila (gypsophila) also called gypsum flower, which loves to grow in full sun and has branched stems with heights ranging between 60 and 90 cm.