Garden

Gardens realization


Gardens realization


For the realization of the gardens it is necessary to take into consideration some preliminary aspects, namely:
- extension of the garden
- weather conditions
- garden display
- type of sunshine
- coexistence between plant species
- types of land
- possible limiting factors (such as pollution)

Climbing area



WISTERIA
It is a shrubby and climbing plant, which has pinnate leaves formed by small light green leaves with the opposite insertion.
The flowers, purplish pink, are clustered in pendulous inflorescences, extremely perfumed.
The flowering lasts throughout the spring until the beginning of summer and is very luxuriant.
The plant is used to create ornamental areas at the level of espaliers, pergolas, or to cover gazebos.
It requires a soft, well-drained soil, fertile due to the addition of organic substance and a clayey component.
It must be housed in sunny areas of the garden because it fears the cold.
CANADIAN VINE
It is a climbing shrubby plant, with woody-looking, thin, very branched stems.
The leaves are large, have an intense green color and have a lobed shape with serrated edges.
The flowers are small, almost insignificant, and present a short flowering period.
The fruits are very decorative pink, purple or blue berries.
It is a fast-growing plant, very suitable for covering walls or espaliers in the garden, also because it is very resistant to climatic variations.

Succulent plants area



BEGONIA
It is a succulent, herbaceous, succulent, flowery plant, particularly suitable for creating colorful gardens that are easy to care for.
It has herbaceous stems of bright green color, up to 30-40 cm high, which support leaves with a fleshy consistency and a rounded shape, with a bright green or reddish color, edible for humans.
The flowers, white, pink or red, are distinguishable as the masculine ones have a more striking appearance, while the feminine ones are insignificant.
It requires a soft, well-drained soil, enriched with peat and humus.
The plant, suitable for creating flowerbeds or borders, or for filling ornamental pots, must be placed in sunny places and at mild temperatures, as it fears the cold.

Aromatic plants area



MYRTLE
It is an evergreen, bushy shrub with a semi-woody stem, up to two meters high, covered with a reddish yellow bark.
The leaves are oval, dark green and glossy.
The flowers have a corolla with five white or pink petals, solitary, with a very intense aroma.
The fruits are oval-shaped berries, of an intense blue color, with a fleshy consistency.
The plant, which belongs to the Mediterranean scrub, requires warm climates, with temperatures never lower than five degrees, and is well adaptable.
It is used to form aromatic and ornamental bushes in the garden.
MENTUCCIA
It is a herbaceous plant with up to 70 cm tall stems, stretched or upright and branched, which rise from rhizomatous roots.
The leaves are oval, with a toothed margin, covered with a thick down, with opposite insertion.
The flowers have a tubular corolla with five pink or purple apical teeth.
It is a potassophilic plant because to live it needs a very rich soil of potassium; enriched with humus, well drained, neutral pH or acid.
It requires warm climates with temperatures never below 15 degrees, and exposure in full sun.