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Flower gardens


Flower gardens


To set up beautiful flower gardens, depending on the size, various types of vegetables can be used, namely:
- trees (ornamental or fruit)
- bushes
- herbaceous plants
- evergreen plants
- climbing plants
These are plants from the ground, adaptable to the climatic conditions, to the luminous exposure and to the outdoor grounds, which have very different needs from those of indoor plants.
In the case of flower beds or borders it is also possible to use potted plants.

Magnolia



A type of plant very suitable for the realization of flower gardens it can be magnolia, available in many different varieties that can color every corner.
It is an ornamental tree that can reach a height of 25-30 meters.
It has an erect, robust stem with a dark bark.
The leaves are expanded, elliptical, bright green in color and covered with a waxy patina, with a leathery consistency, with an alternate arrangement, which form a very wide cone-shaped crown.
The flowers are large, with fleshy and soft petals, from white to yellow.
They are characterized by a very intense fragrance.
The fruits have a similar appearance to that of pine cones, dark brown in color, containing numerous red seeds.
It requires a soil with a neutral or acid component, well drained, possibly enriched with humus, peat and organic substance.
The tree prefers exposure in full sun, as it loves light and heat and fears cold and above all frost.
For luxuriant growth it is advisable to fertilize the plant at least twice a year with nitrogen-rich fertilizers.

Blackthorn



Another type of plant much appreciated for making flower gardens is certainly the Pruno. It is an ornamental tree characterized by prolonged, enchanting blooms.
It has an erect, robust stem, which can reach a height of 10-15 meters.
The leaves are medium-sized, elongated, with a continuous border and a dark green color.
The flowers are double, resembling small roses, and very numerous; they have a color that varies from white to pink, often mottled.
The fruits are fleshy drupes that hardly open to emit the seed.
It requires a moist, well-drained soil rich in organic substances.
It prefers areas with wide insolation, even in direct sunlight, as it is a plant that loves heat and light, while it fears drafts.
Watering must be constant in the warm months to avoid premature wilting of the flowers.
It is advisable to fertilize at least once a year using fertilizers with a clay component and mature manure.

It is a climbing shrub with very fragrant flowers.It has a knotty and irregular stem, with a woody consistency, which rests on the walls or garden backs to grow.The leaves are pinnate and consist of 13-15 light green leaves.The flowers gather in pendulous cluster inflorescences, of considerable size, and have a pink color tending to lilac.Flowering is very abundant and continues throughout the spring and early summer.It requires a clayey soil, well drained, rich in organic substance.It prefers areas with a lot of light, it proliferates well in temperate and warm climates while it fears cold and excessive humidity.Watering must be frequent during the warm months.At least one annual fertilization must be carried out, preferably with specific fertilizers for flowering plants.Two prunings are recommended, in January and July, to eliminate dead or diseased branches.Tulip



To make gods flower gardens with a great variety of colors, tulips can be the winning choice. It is a herbaceous flowering plant.
It has a medium length stem, erect but rather fragile.
The leaves are lanceolate, long and thin, with alternate insertion and an intense green color covered by a waxy matrix.
The flowers have a corolla with elongated petals, with a pointed or rounded margin (depending on the variety), with bright colors ranging from white, to yellow, to pink, to violet, to red.
It requires basic, non-clayey, well-drained soils without excessive humidity.
It prefers warm climates and prolonged exposure to light, although it is preferable not to expose it directly to sunlight.
He fears the cold, but above all the wind that could easily break his fragile stems.
In the warm months it is necessary to carry out frequent and abundant watering.
Fertilization should be repeated at least every two months, preferably with liquid fertilizers.

Hellebore



It is a perennial herbaceous plant.
It has a herbaceous, medium consistency, dark green color.
The leaves are rather large, of palmate shape with a continuous, dark green edge.
The flowers have a corolla formed by 5 petals of pinkish color, very characteristic, which have an average long life.
There are numerous varieties of this plant, with different characteristics; all however have a high toxic power for humans and must not be ingested in the most absolute way.
It requires a soft, well-drained soil, rich in organic matter and peat.
It prefers temperate and warm climates, with little humidity; it lives well both in sunny areas and in semi-shady areas, and due to this adaptability it can be used for many purposes.
During the warm months it is necessary to regularly water the plant that could otherwise wither.
Fertilization is recommended twice a year, using liquid and mineral-rich fertilizers.