Japanese anemones These are rhizomatous perennial anemones that bloom in late summer-early autumn; these are generally hybrid varieties, or belonging to the species japonica and hupehensis. These plants produce a small clump of divided leaves, from which thin fairly branched stems branch out, which bear large, five-petaled, solitary, very large flowers, usually pale, pink or lilac in color, rarely fuchsia.
Generalities The ravanea rivularis is a palm tree native to the arid areas of Madagascar, where it grows near rivers. It looks like a tuft of long thin, arched, rigid, dark green stems, on which long ribbon-like, waxy leaves develop; in container it has quite slow development, but it can reach two meters in height in some years.
How much and when to irrigate Elm is a plant belonging to the Ulmus genus and differs from other plants as it is one of the most impressive. The characteristics of this plant certainly make it one of the most particular to cultivate and care for. Furthermore, the elm tree stands out for its versatility and adaptability, characteristics that certainly make it suitable for living in the most heterogeneous environments.
Question: Creepers I want to completely cover my house with creepers. I am oriented towards ivy but above all I am interested in finding the plant that: - keeps the leaves in winter - grows as quickly as possible - guarantees good coverage of the underlying walls - adapts in summer to a situation of prolonged sun exposure - tolerates minus 10 degrees in winter (it happens once every 10 years, but I don't want that one time to be fatal).
Question: what roses to make syrup? Sorry, a friend of mine made the syrup of roses (very good), when I said I did it too she replied that we need the right roses, could you tell me what kind of roses it takes? Thank you in advance Rose syrup: Answer: rose syrup Dear Lucia, rose syrup is a typical product of the mountainous areas near Genoa; in fact, in ancient times, rose syrup was prepared in most regions of central and northern Italy.
Generalities These small annuals, or short-lived perennials, are hybrids derived from the crossing of some species of violet of European origin, crossed to obtain large flowers and long blooms. In fact, these are perennials, but in general they tend to be replaced every year, also because the summer heat often ruins them and the flowering is much better on young plants.