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Gaura lindheimeri

Gaura lindheimeri

Origins and characteristics Gaura lindheimeri is a perennial plant native to Texas and northern Mexico. For some years it has also been cultivated in Italy, both in the borders of flowering plants, and in rock gardens or in low maintenance ones. As far as irrigation is concerned, it is an undemanding plant, which also tolerates intense and lasting drought without problems.

Orchis globosa

Orchis globosa

Most visited pages this week Dodder is a very special plant because it can be considered a total parasite. In fact, it has no roots and, al ... In spring it is very common to stop and admire the spectacle of those immense yellow fields that, in recent years, have become ... less than once, in the suburbs it is still possible to enjoy.

Daisies

Daisies

Question: daisies I have seen some flowers that look like big white daisies, but when I see them closely, they are descending succulents, can you tell me what they are called and where I can find them. THANKS Answer: daisies Dear Mario, among the succulents that produce flowers that most resemble daisies, I am reminded of the various ground cover or hanging aizoaceae, very common in Italy, also as plants for vases on the terrace; they produce a drooping vegetation, with thin pendulous stems, which carry small, fleshy, linear leaves, or made up of articles of different shapes, always fleshy, often of a gray-blue color, which make the plants decorative even when they are not in bloom.

Border hedges

Border hedges

Boundary hedges: properties and characteristics Hedges can be used to mark the property boundary between one area or another, or between your land and the road. In this case, however, it is necessary to respect the regulatory distances provided for in the regulations of the municipality where you are located, or, in their absence, those provided for by local customs.

Cattle breeds: Black Japanese

Cattle breeds: Black Japanese

Origin and diffusion area Bovine breed originating in Japan. Breed known for the excellent quality of its meat with splendid marbling. Morphological characteristics Height at the withers: 120-140 cm. Presents a black coat. Horn: present. The muzzle is pigmented. Weight medium: - bulls 900-1,000 kg; - cows 500-600 kg Production characteristics Main attitude: meat.

Christmas Star

Christmas Star

Question: Poinsettia I wanted to know why my poinsettia has bracts (they are the light yellow ones) stained with brown and then almost all the leaves have fallen, yet I have followed all the appropriate procedures for this plant. Answer: Poinsettia Dear Claudio, generally the loss of foliage and damaged bracts are an indication of excessive watering, try to check the soil of the plant with your fingers, if it is very humid it is good to avoid watering it until it has dried good.