Bouvardia (buvardia) - How to care for and cultivate your Bouvardia

Bouvardia (buvardia) - How to care for and cultivate your Bouvardia



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These are shrubs of the family ofRubiaceae particularly appreciated for their very showy and fragrant flowers.






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The kind Bouvardia, known as buvardia, belongs to the family of Rubiaceae and is native to Mexico and South America.

They are small evergreen shrubs, with a bushy character, characterized by drums very branched and thin woody.

The leaves they are deep green in color, with smooth margins, in some tomentose species.

THE flowers they are tubular, usually almost always perfumed, of different color depending on the species and variety and gathered in clusters in the terminal part of the branches.


There are about fifty species among which we remember:


There B. ternifolia it is native to Mexico characterized by leaves covered with a light down, with smooth margins. The flowers gathered in cluster inflorescences in the terminal part of the branches, are red, fragrant and tubular.

There are several varieties among which we remember the variety Whitejoy with white flowers and a very prolonged flowering over time and variety Giantpink with pink flower.

It is known as trumpet plant and it is a fairly rare species.


There B. longiflorait is characterized by very branched and curved stems that bear leaves of a beautiful glossy green color. The flowers are white, fragrant and gathered in cluster inflorescences.

There are numerous varieties among which we remember theB. longiflora var. mary with pink flowers; thereB. longiflora var. president Cleveland with bright red flowers and very fragrant.It blooms from autumn (usually from October to December) and is the most widespread species.


There B. humboldtii by many botanists it is considered a variety of the longiflora characterized by large, white and fragrant flowers. It is not a plant that reaches considerable dimensions not exceeding 70 cm in height.


There B. jasminiflora it has small leaves and white, fragrant flowers. It is a typically winter flowering species.


It is a very cultivated hybrid with very prolonged flowering over time from the beginning of summer to the beginning of winter, producing flowers ranging in color from white to pink to red, depending on the variety. It never reaches large dimensions, not exceeding 60-70 cm in height.


TheBouvardia they are not difficult plants to grow.

During the autumn - winter period it should be kept in a position where the light is intense, even in direct sun, with temperatures around 13-15 ° C. During the spring - summer period it always requires a lot of light but not direct sun and temperatures must be around 15-24 ° C.

In midsummer the plant can be taken outdoors, in a bright place but protected from direct sunlight


It is a plant that must be watered so that the soil always remains moist, not soaked.


It is repotted when the roots have occupied all the space available to them, in spring (usually every 2-3 years).

They are not particularly demanding plants in terms of soil: a good fertile soil will do just fine. Mix some coarse sand into the soil to help drain the watering water.


It is fertilized from spring and until autumn every two weeks by diluting a good liquid fertilizer in the irrigation water.

Use complete fertilizers, i.e. we have both macro elements such as nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) and micro elements such as iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu), zinc (Zn ), boron (B), molybdenum (Mo), all important for a correct and balanced growth of the plant.

Slightly reduce the doses compared to what is indicated in the fertilizer package.


ThereBouvardia it has variable flowering periods depending on the species but generally from summer until late autumn.


At the end of winter, prune vigorously by cutting the branches 8-10 cm from the base of the plant. Very quickly, the new shoots will reappear.

Remember to use a scissors or a knife that is clean and disinfected (preferably flame) to avoid infecting the tissues.


Plants propagate for cutting, for seed or for root division.


The cuttings can be taken from the stems in early spring, about 8-10 cm long by making an oblique cut (which allows for a greater surface for rooting and avoids the accumulation of water on its surface) and immediately under the node (removing the lower leaves).

Be careful to use a razor blade or a sharp knife to avoid fraying of the fabrics and that it is clean and disinfected (preferably with or with alcohol or bleach).

The terminal part of the cutting is immersed in a rhizogenic powder to facilitate rooting and then the cuttings are placed in a compote formed in equal parts of peat and coarse sand. After making a hole in the soil with a pencil, place the cutting at a depth of about 1.5-2 cm.

Cover the pot with a transparent plastic sheet (or a hooded bag) and place it in the shade and at a temperature around 21 ° C, keeping the soil always slightly moist. Remove the plastic every day to check the soil moisture and eliminate any condensation from the plastic.

When the first shoots begin to appear, it means that the cutting has taken root. At that point the plastic is removed and the plant is moved to a brighter position (not in direct sun). When the seedlings have reached a size that can be manipulated, transplant them into the final pot using a soil as indicated in the "repotting" paragraph and treat the plant as if it were an adult.


The Buvardia they are not plants particularly prone to diseases and if their needs are respected, they grow well and do not have particular problems. Problems are usually caused by poor cultivation techniques.

Falling or rotting leaves or flowers

This symptom is attributable to excessive irrigation.
Remedies: check the roots and remove any rotten roots. For the future, better regulate watering.

Presence of aphids on the plant

It is a plant that can be attacked by aphids or as they are commonly called lice, small yellowish-white mobile insects.

Remedies: it is necessary to intervene with specific antiparasitic products easily available at a good nurseryman.


The name of the genus comes from Charles Bouvard (1572 - 1658), physician of Louis XIII and superintendent of the Jardin Royal in Paris.

The Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, in 2008 reported the discovery of a new species la Bouvardia borhidiana found in the Sierra Madre delsud, Mexico.

In some states of Mexico the B. terniflora it is used as an antidote against the poison of vipers, scorpions, bees, ants and other insects as well as to combat cough, dysentery, stomach and head pains. In traditional medicine, the aqueous extract of its leaves is used in the treatment of diabetes.

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Refined and detailed work on 119 individual flower essences from the Arizona desert and 48 compound formulas. The author took great care of the presentation of the flower essences she studied. The text is full of profound reflections on living in harmony with oneself, with others and with nature. The characteristics of the flower essences are exposed both in a synthetic and summarized way, to facilitate a quick consultation, and in a discursive way and with many patient stories to deepen the understanding of the peculiarities of each essence.

A rich repertoire at the end of the book facilitates consultation during the visit with the patient.

L'Alchemy of the Desert it is a profound observation of the therapeutic properties of the flowers of the Arizona deserts. The great work of the alchemists was to find ways to turn things of little value into precious goods, "lead into gold". The modern alchemist can use the help of nature to transform problems into opportunities, traumas into experiences, handicaps into resources.
Safe, effective and with long-lasting effects, flower essences are a powerful support for the healing pathways in our age. Desert flower essences are currently used in more than twenty countries by doctors, psychologists and naturopaths.
This book is aimed at people who love nature. It is an invaluable guide for professional therapists and those who are enthusiastic self-help advocates on the journey to healing and self-awareness.

This edition includes:
- flower essences: what they are and how they work
- characteristics of the desert and its plants
- how to tune into nature
- therapeutic properties of: 119 desert flower essences and 47 compound formulas
- the results of 20 years of research
- story of healing experiences with nature
- updated repertoire to select flower essences

The Alchemy of the Desert
Complete guide to desert flower essences for professional and personal use

What is desert alchemy? The great work of the alchemists was the search for the way to transform things of little value into precious goods, "lead into gold". The modern alchemist can use help
of nature to transform problems into opportunities, traumas into experiences, disadvantages into precious goods, shortages in abundance and imbalances in harmonious qualities.
I offer this book as a supportive guide for people interested in cultivating the relationship with the kingdom of nature, especially through the wonderfully unique plant life of the desert.
Each flower essence is a co-creative blend of the kingdom of nature and the blessings of someone with human consciousness. Each flower essence that I have produced and worked with has been prepared with the most intense blessings I can offer for the support and edification of all humanity. I hope that they can be strengthened by a high therapeutic and awareness support capacity.
The next pages contain the result of 15 years of research in co-creating and using the flower essences of the desert. When I started co-creating essences, I had no idea how they worked in producing harmony within me. I was just aware that when I used them I would feel better. I had a great desire to know myself well enough to recognize exactly how each essence was working within me and to be able to explain the process to other people. In a very short time the disharmonious patterns, or attitudes, began to be evident within me (showing that what I ask for, I receive!). I realized that awareness of these patterns was an essential aspect to become able to understand how to use essences, first with myself and then with others.
I invite you to share your experiences with me in the use of desert flower essences. Your experiences help form an even clearer picture of each flower and its possible uses.

Cynthia Athina Kemp Scherer
September 1997
Tucson, Arizona, USA

The Alchemy of the Desert
Complete guide to desert flower essences for professional and personal use

In this second updated edition, I have included in-depth descriptions of the twenty-six flower essences which in the first edition were reported as “Additional Flower Essences in the Studio”.
I have also added four compound formulas that complement the “Gift of the Male” group of flower essences: Activating & Honoring the Warrior Formula The Husband Formula The Nice Guy Formula and The ReSourcerer of ReCreation Formula. There is also an important addition to the "Celebration of Womanhood" compound formulas, Dragon Lady Formula.
The Repertoire has been expanded. Some additional research information has been added to several chapters of the book.
I hope these changes enrich your experience of the healing power of the desert.

Cynthia Athina Kemp Scherer
September 2003
Tucson, Arizona, USA

The Alchemy of the Desert
Complete guide to desert flower essences for professional and personal use


Part one
Childhood in Nature
With Nature in Greece
The Discovery of the Desert
Our Role in Nature
The desert
The Floral Essences
Bridges with the Soul
Healing and Consciousness
Use of Floral Essences
The Study of Desert Alchemy Essences

Part Two: Single Desert Alchemy® Floral Essences
How to use this section
Arizona Sycamore
Arizona White Oak
Arroyo Willow
Bear Grass
Big Root Jatropha
Bisbee Beehive Cactus
Black Locust
Bright Star
Buffalo Gourd
Candy Barrel Cactus
Cholla Cactus Dog
Grapevine Canyon
Cardinal Flower
Cardon Cactus
Claret Cup Hedgehog Cactus
Cliff Rose
Compass Barrel Cactus
Coral Bean
Cow Parsnip
Creosote Bush
Crown of Thorns
Desert Broom
Desert Christmas Cholla Cactus
Desert Holly
Desert Jointfir
Desert Marigold
Desert Sumac
Desert Willow
Devil's Claw
Evening Star
Fairy Duster
Fire Prickly Pear Cactus
Fishhook Cactus
Foothills Paloverde
Hairy Larkspur
Hedgehog Cactus
Indian Root
Indian Tobacco
Indigo Bush
Jumping Cholla Cactus
Klein's Pencil Cholla Cactus
Lavender Wand Penstemon
Mala Mujer
Mariposa Lily
Melon Loco
Mexican Shell Flower
Mexican Star
Milky Nipple Cactus
Morning Glory Tree
Mountain Mahogany
Oregon Grape
Organ Pipe Cactus
Palmer Amaranth
Pencil Cholla Cactus
Pink Pond Lily
Prickle Poppy
Prickly Pear Cactus
Purple Aster
Purple Mat
Queen of the Night Cactus
Rainbow Cactus
Red Root
Red-Orange Epiphyllum
Sacred Datura
Saguaro Cactus
Sangre de Drago
Scarlet Morning Glory
Scorpion Weed
Senita Cactus
Silverleaf Nightshade
Soaptree Yucca
Sow Thistle
Spanish Bayonet Yucca
Spineless Prickly Pear Cactus
Staghorn Cholla Cactus
Star Leaf
Star Primrose
Strawberry Cactus
Syrian Rue
Teddy Bear Cholla Cactus
Theresa Cactus
Thurber's Gilia
Violet Curls
Violet Soldier
White Desert Primrose
White Desert Zinnia
White Evening Primrose
Wild Buckwheat
Woven Spine Pineapple Cactus
Zephyr Lily

Part Three: Desert Alchemy® Compound Formulas
The Compound Formulas
A Way to the Elf Formula ™
A Way to the GodSelf Formula ™
Activating & Honoring the Warrior Formula ™
Ancestral Patterns Formula ™
Anchor Manifestation Formula ™
Birthing Harmony Formula ™
Bless the Old-Embrace the New Formula ™
Celebration of Abundance Formula ™
Cellular Joy Formula ™
Clearing & Releasing Formula ™
Community Spirit Formula ™
Connecting with Purpose Formula ™
Creativity Formula ™
Crisis Desert Emergency Formula ™
Deepening Inner Union Formula ™
Depossession Formula ™
The Dragon Lady Formula ™
Embracing Humanness Formula ™
Emotional Awareness Formula ™
Experiencing Your Feeling Formula ™
Giving & Receiving Support Formula ™
Harmonizing Addictive Patterns Formula ™
The Helpless Siren Formula ™
The Husband Formula ™
Immune Formula ™
Inner Father Formula ™
Inner Mother Formula ™
Integrating Being & Doing Formula ™
Making & Honoring Boundaries Formula ™
MANifesting the Inner King Formula ™
The Miracle at Menarche Formula ™
Moontime Harmony Formula ™
New Mother's Formula ™
The Nice Guy Formula ™
Owning the Level Formula ™
The ReSourcerer of ReCreation Formula ™
Saguaro-Queen Formula ™
Sexual Harmony Formula ™
Single Mother's Formula ™
Thank Heaven for Little Girls Formula ™
Transitions Formula ™
Unconditional Love & Support Formula ™
The Universe Handles the Details Formula ™
Unlocking Sexual Grace Formula ™
The Wild Woman Formula ™
Wind & Storm Formula ™
Woman of Wisdom Formula ™

Appendix A - Repertoire
Appendix B - Bibliography
Appendix C - Resources
Appendix D - Plants divided into Families
Appendix E - Desert Alchemy® Flower Essence Kit

Index of Floral Essences
The Author

Acacia cutting

Acacia propagation methods: learn how to propagate

  1. Reproduction of acacia from cuttings requires an 8 to 10 inch (8-10 cm) long piece of new growth. The best time to do this is late summer or early fall.Remove all but the top leaves from the cut and sink them into a good potting material
  2. Re: Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) in cutting? 19/05/2011, 10:58 Be very careful that it does not assume pest characteristics! as ravioli testifies to you, now in almost the entire peninsula the Robinia pseudoacacia is able to take over in many lands
  3. The genus Acacia, very rich in species, includes shrubby, arboreal and even climbing plants, both evergreen and deciduous, very appreciated not only for the beauty of the flowers but also for the particularly pleasant foliage. the hemispheres

Acacia - Acacia dealbata Acacia. Acacias are trees and shrubs of different sizes, loved in particular for the beauty of their flowering. Leaves and flowers. It has elegant and light, bipinnate leaves, around 7-12 centimeters in length. These are formed by. Cultivation. Acacia. The Acacia of Constantinople, also called arboreal java, belongs to the Mimosaceae family, considered as a subfamily of the Leguminosae, to the genus Albizzia and to the julibrissin species. It is a tree with a height between 4 and 12 m, whose crown over the years takes on an umbrella shape due to the opening of the main branches The multiplication of Acacia can take place by cutting and by seed. Obviously, if you multiply by seed you will encounter plants with greater genetic variability and therefore different from the mother plant. With agamic multiplication, therefore by parts of the mother plant, the characteristics of the mother plant will be perfectly reproduced

Multiplication by cuttings: all the useful instructions and the step by step procedure for the rose, the pyracanth, the jasmine and all the cuttings of the plants. The multiplication of plants by cuttings is a procedure that allows to obtain new plant specimens and can be carried out following our instructions. The flowering species that are most suitable for multiplication by. If cuttings of already lignified branches are taken, such as in the case of the fig, the length of these portions is generally 20-25 centimeters and it is necessary to completely remove the foliage present. For this kind of cuttings the basal branches of the mother plant are usually used. Ideal soil for reproduction by cuttings Make small cuttings for plants and shrubs, while for larger plants such as fig or mulberry, cuttings of about 60 cm and thickness of 5-10 cm. If in doubt, make cuttings about 10-20 cm in length. 3 Remove the leaves for 2/3 of the length of the cutting, starting from the bottom The leaves of the acacia are alternate on the thorny branches, with petioles, imparipinnate. The shape is oval-elliptical, while the color is bright green on the upper side, more faded on the lower side Acacia baileyana F. Muell. native to Australia, it is a rustic plant, tree or shrub of 2-4 m in height, with more or less pendulous ramifications, has bipinnate leaves, with 4-8 divisions each with 10-20 pairs of linear leaflets, of a green color -silver glaucus, in spring they bear racemes of 20-30 globoidal flower heads, with golden-yellow flowers

Acacia is a vigorous plant and manages to develop even in unfavorable places. When it comes to acacia, the exquisite honey produced with the nectar of its flowers immediately comes to mind. However, we often ignore what the plant and its characteristics actually are The cutting in water Cutting in water to reproduce the house plants at all times of the year The cutting in water is a way of multiplying house plants with a simple and sure to take root in all periods of the year

for acacia cuttings (semi-woody) it is better to use a pot for cuttings, deep enough. lightly scrape the underside with a small knife, soak for a day, then if you use rooting hormone, you greatly increase the chances of success the soil must be light enough. It is very common in the gardens of our country where Robinia, Acacia - Robinia pseudoacacia arrived from Constantinople (hence its nickname Acacia of Constantinople or Persia) in the mid-1700s: Parasites and diseases. Generally these acacia plants are rustic and resistant and are not affected by the attack of parasites and diseases, although sometimes the mining larvae can ruin many leaves. They can also be attacked by scale insects

Hello everyone, here is my latest idea this afternoon they gave me two beautiful branches of what I thought was acacia (while the real acacia is mimosa) and I was really impressed by the beauty and incredible scent of its elegant flowers. So much so that I did a little research to see if, as I suspected, they were from the same family as the wisteria (I'm here. Robinia pseudoacacia L., in Italian robinia or acacia, is a plant of the Fabaceae family, also called Leguminosae, originally from North America and naturalized in Europe and other continents The Albizia reproduces by seed, self-sowing and by summer cutting. Sowing must be done in spring after soaking the seeds for 24 hours in warm water. After germination which requires about 2 months, the new seedlings must be transplanted and raised in single containers for at least 2 years until they are planted in the open ground Acacia is a term that indicates a genus of plants belonging to the Fabaceae family. There are many species of Acacia (if they count about 1,300, of which nearly a thousand are native to the Australian continent)

Acacia dealbata is the most widespread species and has silvery-gray leaves and very fragrant, intense yellow glomerulus flowers. The acacia bayleyana, a species similar to the acacia dealbata, The mimosa plant multiplies by seed or by cutting. The sowing takes place between the months of February and March, at sixteen. The best known species are the (Acacia Dealbata) and the 4 seasons mimosa (Mimosa retinoides). They form large shrubs or small trees in open ground and mild climate. Evergreen plant with gray-green leaves composed for acacia dealbata and whole (we speak of phyllodes) for the mimosa of the 4 seasons The mimosa or acacia dealbata found on the market is usually grafted onto a acacia retinoides which has more resistance to limescale in the soil, in any case you can make cuttings in the summer or sow the seeds of the pods after having kept them in the water for a day

The characteristics of the acacia of Constantinople. Its stem is erect, the bark is smooth and the color is dark green. The Constantinople acacia can reach up to 12 meters in height and has an umbrella-like crown. Its foliage is particularly delicate and consists of bipinnate leaves which in turn consist of small oval leaves that have a bright green color. many people are passionate about gardening and the cultivation of plants and flowers, but it is sometimes very difficult to make a plant or flower flourish and flourish. The acacia tree, for example, has an erect development, even if its size is small and does not exceed 6 m in height. During the summer the acacia leaves take on one. Acacia, tree and flowers all the information on its properties. The production of acacia honey and tips on growing the plant. In botany, the term acacia refers to different species of plants of the homonymous genus.The mimosa also belongs to the genus acacia along with 1300 other plants On March 8, Women's Day - or rather International Women's Day - thousands of bunches of mimosa are sold throughout Italy, a symbol chosen to distinguish and celebrate this.

Acacia (Robinia pseudoacacia) in cutting? : Crops

  1. Acacia dealbata: this variety of mimosa is obtained by grafting, it is a selection of Acacia dealbata, has silver leaves, resists low temperatures well, produces few flowers. Acacia dealbata Gaulois: the flowering of this plant occurs in February-March and is one of the most beautiful to see, the leaves are gray-green
  2. Layering is a particular agamic plant reproduction technique. It is a close relative of the cutting technique, from which it differs in that the multiplication takes place directly on the mother plant, without practicing the detachment of plant parts. Only when the rooting has taken place is the detachment from the mother plant carried out, thus obtaining a new individual
  3. Whilst birding the Talea Valley we came across a number of large flowering. Umbrella Thorn Acacia tortilis. It is a common species in Saudi Arabia and it thrives in semi-arid and arid zones particularly where sandy substrate is present. Among the many species of acacia, Acacia tortilis is a major component of the vegetation of the, mountains.

Reproduction of acacia cuttings - one of the easiest ways to grow plants. This procedure is done in spring or late summer, while the weather is still warm and the cuttings have every chance of rooting and development Generally the Acacia does not require pruning if not to maintain shape or to eliminate dry branches. For the multiplication the system of the cutting or by seed can be used. The first method is undoubtedly the most used to have a plant identical to the mother plant. Flowers and leaves Acacia is a very particular plant, which loves to attract attention thanks to its elegant beauty. It is not difficult to find this plant in many gardens: it has been known since ancient times (Dioscorides, who lived between 40 and 90 BC and Pliny the Elder refer to an Achachia from which the etymology of the current plant should derive) and it is very widespread in.

How is mimosa or acacia dealbata grown? Let's see it together with Francesca Vernile! Discover the organic products for the care of healthy plants: http .. The propagation of mimosa (Acacia dealbata) generally occurs not by cuttings but by grafting as most of the varieties used for the beauty of the flowers are very sensitive in the presence of limestone in the soil as rootstock, Acacia retinoides, more resistant to limestone, is used instead True acacias are extremely attractive small trees, with thin leaves that accumulate in the bucket on the terrace and in the winter garden up to the top . So plant and maintain the exotic flowering wonders correctly How to make cherry cuttings: instructions for multiplying the cherry tree by cuttingsFrom cherry cutting to multiplication with suckers. In this page we will see how to make cherry tree cuttings explaining how to monitor the rooting and how to increase the possibilities .. The cutting is not the most suitable technique for the multiplication of the cherry tree Acacia d'oro (Acacia pycnantha) The queen without crown among the acacia is native to Australia. With its long, narrow, evergreen leaves, the exotic beauty forms an elegant silhouette as both a shrub and a tree. The countless yellow flowers cover the branches like fragrant cotton balls

Acacia: how to care for and grow your Acacia plant

  • Diseases of acacia caused by insects and parasites. Although it is quite unusual for the acacia to be targeted by fungal pathogens, it can happen that these occur and settle in the wood .. The solution, in these cases, is to remove the infested parts and, if this is not the case. enough, cut down the whole plant
  • Acacia (Acacia) - buy, cut and multiply. Acacia (Acacia) is a popular ornamental tree for home gardeners. Native to tropical and subtropical plants is the species-rich genus of legumes with over 1400 species. In Australia there is an extraordinary variety of acacias with about 950 species
  • To take ginkgo biloba tree cuttings, cut and remove a new length of the stem about 6 inches long. The best time for cutting is mid-summer. Once the cuttings have been removed, soak the stems in the rooting hormone. Place the cuttings in a moist, but well-draining medium
  • and mimosa identifies a genus of plants, herbaceous or shrubby, belonging to the botanical family of Fabaceae. There are over 700 species that fall into this genus. Those of our interest, whose cultivation is widespread in Italy, are: Acacia Dealbata, the common mimosa Mimosa retinoides, the mimosa of the 4 seasons. The plant, as a species, is native to.

The cutting is a widely used method of propagation, as it offers us considerable advantages: it roots with great ease, it needs a few tricks to be successful, if any. Native to South America, Calathea or as it is simply called, calatea, belongs to the Marantaceae family.Its peculiarity is the beauty of the leaves, variously drawn on the lower page with shades ranging from green, to yellow, to silver, to white while the lower page presents designs with various shades of red Occasionally, acacia propagates by cuttings. In mid-May at the adult plant lateral roots dig up to 25 cm and is filled with coal dust roots for the winter. In spring they are planted vertically, with a slight bias. Soak in advance in the nutrient substrate, which resumes the rapid germination of shoots

Acacia Dealbata, commonly called the mimosa tree, is an ideal plant to decorate your garden with a gorgeous touch of yellow, Talea. If you do not have a potted plant and would love to reproduce one from a tree, it is possible with multiplication by cuttings. Acacia is a genus of plants of the Fabaceae family, there are about 1300 species of which, most of which originate from Australia while other species are found in Africa, South-East Asia and the Americas. A type of Acacia (Acacia ..

Acacia dealbata and pioneer species · Show more »Cutting. The cutting is the fragment of a plant specially cut and placed in the ground or in the water to regenerate the missing parts, thus giving life to a new specimen. New. Acacia dealbata and Talea · Show more »Tannin Robinia Robinia pesudoacacia L., forest plants. Robinia - Robinia pseudoacacia L. Tree Atlas - Forest plants Classification, origin and diffusion. Division: Spermatophyt

multiplication: sowing, cuttings and division hardiness: -30 ° C Water needs: weak growth: fast toxicity: bark, leaves and seeds toxic for humans and animals. Robinia pseudoacacia in May. Acacia false acacia flower. Robinia pseudacacia 'Frisia' in June. Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia' in September. Robinia. mimosa cutting - The Mimosa plant is a shrub of the acaceae family, in particular of the acacia dealbata, characterized by small yellow flowers and commonly given to women on the occasion of March 8 The Acacia sensitiva plant (Mimosa pudica) is a tropical evergreen herbaceous small size, native to tropical South America, it belongs to the Mimosaceae / Leguminosae family. It has thin reddish-brown stems, which bear small oval-elliptical leaves of light green color, reminiscent of ferns. The peculiarity is that in the case of. . on an Acacie Retinoides they are particularly resistant and beautiful and among other things reproducible by cuttings. In short, the bunch that is given to us can turn into a beautiful plant (follow the instructions here)

Acacia - Acacia dealbata - Trees - Acacia cultivation

  • How to cultivate the sofora. By: Valerio Fioretti. Through: O2O. 28/01/2017. 28 January 2017, 04:15. Difficulty: difficult. 1 7. Introduction. Each of us would like to have a garden full of well-kept and colorful plants, but this is not always possible, especially since taking care of them takes time and a lot of patience, and also some basics.
  • The hedge of acacia yellow is perfectly propagated by cuttings cut from tree branches. It is recommended to collect cuttings in spring and autumn. In the fall, a similar procedure is carried out after the end of the growing season in the plant, in the spring before the buds begin to bloom
  • It is not the only technique, because there are also cutting, division of the tufts, layering and multiplication by offshoot. Why graft. Through this intervention it is possible to obtain numerous benefits, leading to an improvement in the characteristics of the plant itself and its productivity. Changing the nature of a plant by modifying the branches, foliage, flowering or.
  • reading car. Albizia julibrissin belongs to the Mimosaceae family and its genus Albizia includes more than 100 species. It receives many common names: Acacia of Constantinople, Albizia, Tree of silk, Umbrella of China, Tree of Constantinople.
  • Description Robinia pseudoacacia ROBINIA COMMON ACACIA. Robinia pseudoacacia commonly called Common Robinia or Acacia or Acacia Spinosa has a rounded shape, upright, open crown, with not too dense branches. Thorny branches. In May-June it is covered with long clusters of fragrant white flowers, very appetite for bees. Pheasants and partridges, very fond of the gods, are very fond of.
  • But the red mimosa will turn out to be bizarre: very few of the original cuttings survive, 2 or 3, while the red color is lost from seed. It was 1995. The rare plant was given the name of 'Scarlet Blaze', recognized as a spontaneous mutation of Acacia leprosa, a species of mimosa that commonly bears lemon yellow flowers, known as cinnamon wattle for the aroma of the leaves.
  • and mimosa is used to indicate, in addition to this plant, also other species belonging to the genus Acacia in scientific language, this ter

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Acacia dealbata. Mimosa (Acacia dealbata Link, 1822) is an arboreal species belonging to the Mimosaceae family. Systematics - From the systematic point of view it belongs to the Eukaryota Domain, Kingdom Plantae, Magnoliophyta Division, Magnoliopsida Class, Fabales Order, Mimosaceae Family, Acacieae Tribe and therefore to the Acacia Genus and to the A. dealbata Species ANPA - Propagation by seed of trees and shrubs of the Mediterranean flora V 7.9.2.Dried fruits 65 Dehiscent dried fruits 65 Indehiscent Dried Fruits 6 Find robinia pseudoacacia for sale from a large selection of on eBay. Immediately at home, in complete safety Acacia Mill., 1754 is a genus of plants of the Mimosaceae family (or Fabaceae according to the APG classification). In the Italian language the best known plants included in this genus are defined mimosas, while the term acacia in current language it refers to the Robinia pseudoacacia species. There are approximately 1300 species of Acacia in the world, of which approximately 960 originate from.

The common name of acacia is due to the thorns present in pairs at the base of the leaf reminiscent of some species of the genus Acacia. From a taxonomic point of view, the robinia belongs to the order Fabales, family Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae, genus Robinia. La. The Acacia sphaerocephala plant is a tropical tree native to Mexico, the name derives from the shape of the thorns that resemble the horns of a bull. It produces beautiful compact yellow flowers with alternating leaves. The tree has a strong symbiotic relationship with a particular species of ant of which it is the habitat (Pseudomyrmex sphaerocephala), these ants

Mimosa pudica. The mimosa pudica is an evergreen shrub of the Mimosaceae family (according to other classifications of the Fabaceae) and of the genus Acacia, native to Latin America and widespread above all in tropical climate countries, where it is a weed. It does not require much care and can be grown both in the garden and in regular pots often pruned in a perfectly geometric way that give us a feeling of wall, while the diversity of the species, of the heights, left in a controlled disorder give an aspect of a continuity of the vegetation, confusing and expanding the space These cuttings are prepared towards the end of winter and are placed in a multiplication stove which is more or less heated according to the needs of the different species. They can be multiplied with this system: Bouvardia, Houstonia, Rose, Lime, Paulownia, Madura, Robinia, Acacia, Aralia, Dimorphantus, Phlox decussata, Bougainvillea, Elm, Catalpa, etc. ACACIA SEEDS AND JUNIPER SEEDS. - YouTube. READ BELOW, HOW TO MAKE 100% PINE NUTS SPROUT AND ACACIA SEEDS AND JUNIPER SEEDS. Evodia Daniellii, better known as honey tree, is a plant native to eastern China and Korea belonging to the Rutaceae family, similar in size to that of the common local ash. Very widespread throughout the Asian subtropical area, it is cultivated for the pleasant scent, the beautiful posture and the ability to attract many bees in the period of.

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How to Remove Tree Stumps. If you recently cut a tree in your garden, you now have several options for getting rid of the stump that is left over. You can dig all around by hand, you can level it with a stump machine. Acacia retinodi is the mimosa of the four seasons, native to southern Australia.It forms a small tree up to 10 m long, with elongated blue-green leaves, whose phyllodes reach 20 cm in length. This species blooms several times a year, hence its popular name, but with two important peaks: spring and autumn Pag. 3 N.E.P. Code Art. D E S C R I Z I O N E Unit Measure Price Unit 13 AP 13 Phoenix dactylifera H = minimum 3 mt, jamb, vase cm 45, supply, location Women's day: how to give new life to the mimosas received. Written by Agnese Tondelli on 1 March 2014. Published in Organic Food, Do it yourself. March has just officially begun, a month of springs and anniversaries, such as Women's Day, or rather, International Women's Day Definitions of Acacia, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Acacia, analogical dictionary of Acacia (Italian

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How to Grow Acacia Acunimata Jam acacia (Acacia acunimata) is a small, slow-growing tree native to South Australia. Thanks to its interesting leaf structures that resemble pine needles and its prolific, yellow flowers, it makes a good container or plant. Cuttings are made in the spring, and cuttings and dividing - in the fall (after the foliage leaves Karagana). Proper care and fertile soil ensure good plant growth, for a year its height can reach 1 meter. Yellow acacia begins to bloom, as a rule, in the third year of life

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Mimosa cultivation and care. Mimosa is a fairly rustic plant that, if placed in ideal climatic and soil conditions, does not require special attention or green thumb skills. Usually for this species the seed is preferred as a method of propagation, since the cuttings usually have a low rooting rate A special area where to list, classify and insert photographs, descriptions and advice about the main plants used in our hunting stalks

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Philadelphus, the flower of the angel. The philadelphus coronarius is a spontaneous plant that comes from tradition, characterized by an intense aroma and a spectacular white bloom. Known as the flower of the angel or as Jasmine of the Madonna, the Philadelphus is a spontaneous plant that is easily found in. Wood species used in construction. Guide to choosing construction timber. The types of wood most used in construction, including economic convenience, diffusion and technical characteristics. Let's analyze in detail the differences between wood species for structural use. Alias ​​construction timber Vine: Discover the answers of our experts Read below all the questions on the subject and the answers given by our Gardening Experts. Look at the titles listed below and click on the title that is closest to the topic of your interest. Once you have clicked on the title, you will be able to read both the enthusiast's question and our Expert's answer in full

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Acacia uncinata (syn. A. undulifolia, A. piligera) Acacia verticillata (ABUTILON DEL RIO GRANDE) Grafting variety and cuttings: Acacia baileyana: Acacia 'Clair de Lune' Acacia dealbata: Acacia 'Glaucois Aster' Acacia 'Lisette' Acacia 'Mirandole' Acacia. Bee flora Atlas of Beekeeping - Bee breeding. Italy, due to its particular geographical configuration, has a remarkable variety of melliferous species: starting from the north with arctic-apline species up to the south with tropical species, while the proximity of the sea to the mountain ranges determines an overlap of species of climatic horizons different

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Please see our on-demand product list and call us for more information and availability. Abelia Grandiflora. Acacia Retinodes. Agapanthus White Blue maximum €. February 15, 2021. February 23, 2021. POPLARS: STANDING PLANTS (for healthy and merchant goods - diameter at the tip 10 cm) - MARKET: stationary. - 12-01-01 in the woods. tonne. 60,00 Acacia dealbata, commonly called Mimosa, is an evergreen tree belonging to the Mimosaceae family. It is a plant native to the island of Tasmania, in Australia, and cultivated for ornamental purposes for its wonderful and characteristic early and abundant blooms There are about 900 varieties of acacias, but only the Acacia dealbata, the most common mimosa can resist outdoors, in mild areas Mimosa (Acacia dealbata) is a shrub belonging to the Mimosaceae family. Its branches are soft, abundantly covered with fern-like, compound, light green-silver colored leaves Acacia dealbata (Mimosa) This species is native to Southeast Australia from New South Wales to Tasmania. Present in Italy since the 19th century. Since 1946, on the initiative of the communist parliamentarian Teresa Mattei, in Italy the.

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A self-respecting bridal bouquet must be created with fresh flowers, indeed very fresh because they must last for the entire wedding day. We florists of La Piccola Selva always recommend choosing seasonal flowers: the out-of-season flowers, being precisely out of season, have been forced to bloom in greenhouses, and therefore will be weak, with more faded colors than. BRIDE BOUQUET PEONIES. Symbol of honor and nobility of soul, the elegant peony is one of the most romantic and refined flowers.In China it was given such importance that only the emperor could cultivate it. In the wedding theme, it is synonymous with love, prosperity and deep affection. The flower of May and June is characterized by large and soft corollas in shades of powder pink, mauve. Oct 26, 2019 - Explore Geanta Maria Liliana's flower bride hole board on Pinterest. View more ideas about bride, bridal bouquet, wedding bouquet Jan 21, 2020 - Explore Donatella Zambon's flower hole board on Pinterest. View more ideas on wedding bouquets, bridal bouquets, wedding ideas This people adorned the bride with beautiful and fragrant flowers alongside the use of spices, all done to fight evil spirits. The current use of the bridal bouquet takes its origins from the Arab tradition that gave it the symbol of closing the engagement between man and woman to move on to the coronation of their love, that is the union of the two souls

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  • Let's find out the meaning of the flowers most commonly used for bridal bouquets! The calla lilies, with large white, pink or purple flowers, symbolize beauty, purity and the beginning of.
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  • At this point I have created a gallery, where you can find bouquets of various colors, flowers and shapes. Starting with the classic bridal bouquets with large white flowers, composed with hydrangea flowers, English roses or peonies. Switching to smaller flowers such as lily of the valley flowers, bouvardia or cluster roses

FLOWER DELIVERY AT HOME - MIXED SEASON FLOWER BOUQUET. BOUQUET of colorful seasonal mixed flowers. Send a bouquet of fragrant colorful flowers is a perfect gift for birthdays, name days and for all occasions. Send your bouquet of mixed flowers with flowers selected according to the season 2. Bridal bouquet of peonies. Peonies are among the most refined and feminine flowers, especially for the various pastel shades in which they are declined that can give rise to compositions. BRIDE BOUQUET: FLOWERS, IDEAS AND MEANING. Once the bride's bouquet was a mix of aromatic herbs such as garlic and thyme, to keep evil spirits at bay and allow the couple to live happily together. This ancient tradition has evolved over the centuries, up to the present day. Colorful flowers, alternative bouquets are increasingly trendy Prestige, a selection of precious and elegant bouquets to give for a unique occasion: discover the service of Interflora home delivery Tips, ideas and trends to choose the perfect bouquet that will complete your bridal look

The Arabic bouquet with orange flowers. Fortunately, in the fifteenth century this tradition was gradually abandoned because the Crusaders imported a much more beautiful one from the Arab world: orange blossoms. In fact, the Arabs used these flowers to adorn the wedding dress, believing that they were auspicious holes of roses In the language of flowers, not only each species has a precise meaning, but also the different colors of the same fio visit: holes of roses bouquet of flowers images Flowers, one of the most beautiful and poetic things that exist in the world. Giving a bouquet of flowers is always a great gesture and visit: bouquet of flowers imagin. Hydrangeas, peonies, protea, eucalyptus or olive trees, these are just some of the most popular flowers and foliage at the moment that can inspire you for the composition of your bridal bouquet Round bridal bouquet for a classic mood. Matteo Fagiolino Photography. Let's start with the first type of bridal bouquet that is most requested and loved: the round bouquet is in fact a timeless classic. If you want to be elegant and hit the mark, opt for this style, carefully choosing the flowers with which to compose it. The choice of flowers for the preparation of the big day is already super difficult in itself, let alone when the bride has to decide on her own bouquet! There will be times when you will be submerged by hundreds of flowers, others when you will not be able to take it anymore and it will seem that none of these will suit you, your dress and the type of setting you have chosen.

Teardrop bridal bouquet with black and white calla lilies. Or this very elegant black and white teardrop bouquet with roses and calla lilies! Original bouquet with fabric roses and paper flowers Hippie wedding bouquet with burlap and paper flowers. Here we have instead a nice mix of fabric and paper flowers, for a country chic style The trends for wedding bouquets 2021 show us a clear desire to create flower bouquets outside the box, created with unconventional materials, real works of art. The 2021 bride even more than in previous years, she wants something innovative, she aspires to personalize every element of the wedding and therefore also the bouquet, which will be, in 2021, more and more handmade. Thanks to the jewel applications, the calla lily bridal bouquet becomes a unique, exclusive bouquet, to which you can really add everything, from pearls to jewel brooches, to give a glamorous touch to the bride's bouquet on which everyone will focus their eyes.

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  • The bouquet is one of the main accessories of the bride and in her choice the bride will have to follow the style that she will have given to the rest of the floral decorations. According to the etiquette of the wedding, the purchase of the bride's bouquet is the responsibility of the groom, who he will take care of having it delivered to him by the florist or his best man on the morning of the wedding or, alternatively, he will be himself a.
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  • Civil wedding bouquet: original ideas for those who marry in common. Marriage in common is to all intents and purposes a ceremony and a party to be treated in every detail. Among all the accessories of a bride, the civil wedding bouquet, as per tradition, should not be overlooked
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Cascante, made up of small flowers, is perfect for a traditional bride with a train. Round and compact or drooping, but always composed of small flowers such as roses and ivy, it is ideal for a classic bride who wears a short dress Jun 26, 2017 - Explore Marcella Orazzo's bulletin board on Pinterest. View more ideas on wedding bouquets, bridal bouquets, bouquets

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  1. These bridal bouquets usually come with irregular shapes and we advise you to respect this particularity because it will represent the naturalness of the composition and will be the key to its aesthetic lightness different flowers both in shape and color but in perfect harmony with each other. , they will seem almost random compositions but in reality.
  2. Seasonal flowers are the best choice for a bridal bouquet that stays fresh and flowery for a long time, also choosing seasonal flowers will allow you to be in tune with the wedding dress and style that will have colors and themes characteristic of the season in which is done
  3. How to Make a Bridal Bouquet. A beautiful hand-decorated natural bouquet is the wish of all brides. You can choose to use a single type of flower, such as the rose, or diversify by using different varieties. Yes they can..

Fake flowers are able to give style and class to any home environment, from the living room to the bedroom. Thanks to the many varieties it is possible to create different bouquets of artificial flowers and decorations, both classic and modern How to match the bouquet to the bride's dress l Bride's flower bouquet to prepare for the wedding depends on the style of the dress. For a short dress, a round, compact bouquet of small flowers is always better, soft colors are generally preferred and seasonal flowers are used And who grabs the bridal bouquet on the fly An ancient Arab custom wants the bride-to-be to be adorned with delicate white and peach-colored flowers, to wish her a happy life and a rich offspring, the flowers are then assembled in the bouquet that will lead to the altar.The yellow bridal bouquet is undoubtedly the most sunny and luminous to choose from for the summer and the variety of shapes, flowers and combinations are truly endless. Before choosing the color or type of flowers, you need to be clear about the style you want to have at your wedding, following our advice on choosing the wedding bouquet Feb 18, 2019 - Explore the Buche di Gaetana board on Pinterest. View more ideas on wedding bouquets, wedding flowers, wedding flower arrangements

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  1. i, wedding favors, etc. And one of these memories is certainly the bride's bouquet which, of course, we will not be able to keep in bloom but we will have to.
  2. A bride's bouquet is the final touch that characterizes the look of the wedding thanks to a personal and completely original imprint. Let yourself be guided by the scent of the flowers you love and play at.
  3. Assuming that the bride does not like cut flowers and that my art is crochet, hers could only be a bouquet with crochet flowers. crochet was perfect to complete the bride's dress

Bridal bouquet: all the news you can't miss. Discover many articles and insights related to the Bridal Bouquet theme on Lisianthus: bouquet for a romantic bride. Grace and elegance go well with the bride who chooses this September flower. Lisianthus flowers can be white, purple, pink, lilac, purple or yellow in color. Beautiful to associate with roses and carnations! Original Bridal Bouquet: Prote Find bridal bouquets for sale from a large selection of on eBay. Immediately at home, in complete safety Some of the flowers in the precious bouquet were personally collected by the Prince's hand in the private garden of Kensington Palace, to make the bride's bouquet absolutely unique.. To the spring flowers were added, in honor of Lady Diana, forget-me-not flowers, and a sprig of myrtle, part of the royal tradition. ECONOMIC WEDDING FLOWERS: PERIOD. We have seen how important it is to choose wedding flowers in their flowering season, so as to guarantee the best possible aesthetic result and a more affordable cost, now let's see what are the cheap wedding flowers at various times of the year and how much they cost. seasonality, like cost, is approximate, because.

The flowers of the bridal bouquet Do you want a vintage and highly emotional touch for your third special day? You can ask your trusted florist to replicate the bouquet you had in your hand 50 years ago. The choice of the bouquet for the bride must be done wisely even if personal tastes also come into play. It is very important to know how to combine it with the details of the wedding dress, as the bouquet (pronounced hole ') must harmonize with this generally the bride's dress is white, so you can direct the choice on a candid bouquet, trying to avoid mix.

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  1. How to preserve the bridal bouquet The flowers are among the most perishable objects of the wedding day, it is however possible to preserve them, even with do-it-yourself methods
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  4. Bouquet of the bride: everything you need to know. Who buys the bride's bouquet? According to tradition, it is the future husband who offers the bouquet to the bride. To avoid disappointment, please educate your man about flowers and colors that you like best and most of all suit the style of the dress.
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  6. The golden wedding is a milestone that only a few couples can boast and that must be celebrated to the maximum of one's ability. One of the details that can make this occasion unforgettable is the bouquet. In fact, a classic bridal bouquet cannot be used, since the diversity of the situation requires that a different message be communicated with the bouquet of flowers.
  7. Bride Bouquet Offer 50 euro Bride Bouquet Offer 50 euro The package includes: - A Bride Bouquet - 4 eyelets for groom, father of the bride, father of the groom and witnesses (as an alternative to 4 eyelets, 4 buttons) Note: The button panel, also called boutonnière, is a detail made up of 2 or 3 flowers that is placed on the buttonhole of the groom's jacket and the guests of.

Fifty years of marriage are a very important milestone! Definitely the most important for a married couple. This is why they call them the Golden Wedding. It is certainly the highest goal a couple can achieve in life. The day of the anniversary of the golden wedding is undoubtedly the most important milestone in the life of a couple. We have to celebrate it big. bouquet ‹bukè› s. m., fr. (owner "grove"). - 1. Bouquet, bouquet (of flowers): the bride's bouquet a bouquet for decoration

How to dry the flowers in the right way and without them getting damaged ?. That bouquet of flowers has a particular meaning for you and you would like to keep it forever, now you can: read the advice of Gardeners for rent and you will never go wrong! Dried flowers color your home and give a touch of green all year round .. Storing and drying them is easy, just have a few tricks. You can choose total white bridal bouquets or have fun mixing various types of flowers with different colored petals, a way to go up to the altar with a floral composition.

Wedding bouquet with a pendant shape with flowers of various types that give a touch of color. Bouquet with Roses, Orchids and Lilies of the Valley. Floral solution for wedding with white flowers of. The bouquet is the special bouquet of flowers, symbol of an important day, the wedding the launch of the bouquet is a moment coveted by the bride herself, happy to have changed her status from girlfriend to married, so much by her friends who hope to be able to do soon they too take the plunge Wedding accessories: flowers, eyelet, gold wedding rings on rustic sacking, retro brown background. vacation concept. elegant bouquet of flowers of the bride. approach. sobolevskyi. I like it. Collect. Save. Hands of bride and groom with rings on the wedding bouquet. wedding concept. shaulouskaya The same white orange blossoms ended up adorning the bride's bouquet. Today, there are several rules for choosing the flowers of the bouquet (flowers in tone with the dress, flowers that do not stain, flowers that last without fading for the whole day), but at the beginning the bouquet consisted only of those orange flowers so full of meaning August flowers - daisies. Simple and delicate, daisies are August flowers that lend themselves very well to being the common thread of your wedding. They are easily available and very cheap flowers, suitable for country style weddings, in which simplicity is the key word

. For imposing wedding dresses with a long train, you can choose more voluminous bouquets that can be decorative on the dress without covering its beauty. Always choose seasonal flowers for the bridal bouquet so that they will stay fresh throughout the day. The style of the bouquet should follow that of the wedding # 45137459 - Bride holding wedding flowers rose bouquet, focus in .. Similar pictures. Add to Likebox # 44584654 - Vintage old flower backgrounds - vintage effect style pictures. Similar images. Add to Likebox.

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Bridal bouquet: a sign of style and refinement. It is certainly the sign of the bride par excellence.It is a good thing, to avoid mistakes and style drops, choose the bouquet in first person, relying on an experienced Flower designer (at the end of the article I have included a list with relative links of the most renowned ). The bouquet, in fact, is not a simple bouquet of flowers, but one. A bouquet of colorful flowers, an arm to hold onto, a loud laugh. (ilikeparadox, Twitter) The first prehistoric man who composed a bouquet of flowers was the first to leave the animal state: he understood the usefulness of the useless. (Okakura Kakuzô) All singles by choice and then they fight to take the bride's bouquet Some time ago we already talked about handbag bouquets, an unusual alternative to the classic flower bouquet. list of original bridal bouquets can not miss even those with bracelet and ball. In all three cases these are proposals suitable for those who want to dare on the day of the yes, always maintaining and. CITI Certification Wedding Plastic Flower Bouquet Boxes For Lover Handmade Custom LOGO Sweet Beautiful Rose Girl Soap Rose Flower Promotional Price: USD 1.00-USD 3.00 / part What are the trends for the bouquet One of the trends of the new year, in the wedding field, is to have a bouquet with a unique touch, which represents the bride and her beauty. For this reason it is an accessory, perhaps an accessory for excellence, which should not be overlooked, it will therefore be essential to select the flowers and shape with great care

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.Perfect in a spectacular deck a. Dreaming of flowers is connected to the world of feelings and affectivity, but also alludes to the search for spirituality and to a flourishing of ideas and possibilities .. Flowers in dreams are positive symbols of openness to life, of rebirth after a difficult moment. , of depth and inner richness and are often linked to the dreamer's internal process, to the development of resources, to the.

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  2. Tulle bridal bouquet: to get a great effect bridal bouquet it is good to vary the size of the tulle flowers, accompanied by a piece of fresh ivy. The result will be amazing. Wedding bouquet with satin flowers: using a pink silk ribbon you will get a wonderful play of light
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  4. Bridal bouquet: fresh flowers are the most used but satin ones are gorgeous too. Bridal bouquet: here is another example of satin flowers with some jewels to make it even more precious. The elongated bouquet is ideal for slimming the figure, especially with important dresses, in a princely style
  5. It is really important, in any case, to know in advance some small details about the wedding dress as the bouquet must absolutely harmonize with the dress.It is useful, for example, to know the color: if totally white, you can choose a candid bouquet however, avoiding mixing white-yellow flowers with white-blue flowers
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  3. I am happy to see this beautiful tropical flower more and more often! There are several varieties, in many shapes and colors and it is one of the oldest existing flowers (300 million years). Perfect for the bride looking for something different, just one is enough for a splendid bouquet, perhaps surrounded by foliage
  4. Why ask yourself which are the most beautiful flowers for a wedding? Because the only thing that will remain besides our memory of the wedding day will be the photos and videos, and then the scenography, the atmosphere and the colors must be impeccable to create a magical frame of these memories. Every bride wonders what the most beautiful flowers can be, the ones they can.
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  6. holes of roses The bouquet is a bouquet of flowers packaged in a very beautiful and elegant way. There are bouquets for all occasions visit: holes of roses roses for birthday The human being is probably the life form that on planet Earth has reached the greatest level of evolution, visit: roses for birthday bouquet of.
  7. DIY BOUQUET WITH REAL FLOWERS. The balloon bouquet is the most traditional of bridal bouquets, and it is also the shape chosen to make mine. If you love this kind of composition and want to make it yourself, the tutorial for a DIY bouquet with flowers that follows will help you do it

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Peony flowers are so large that only 4 or 5 are enough to make a stunning bridal bouquet. Furthermore, their stems, beautiful and sturdy, make the peony one of the most versatile flowers to use in wedding decorations. In ancient China, the Peony was the queen of all flowers. For the most traditional and romantic brides, however, the classic style is the perfect one and that will never fade. By classic we mean a round, small shape with short-stemmed flowers. For the more classic, the choice of the rose is almost mandatory, even if the 2017 trends want peonies to be the undisputed queens, especially the pink ones Photos of bridal bouquets and floral arrangements for church or civil weddings, villas, centerpieces in shades of lilac and purple Flowers for Your Wedding. The flowers with their shapes, color and scent, underline moments and create atmospheres, which make your wedding day magical. We provide for the creation of the bridal bouquet, the decoration of the church or the town hall, passing through the reception and the restaurant or the location of your choice. give rise to original creations. In addition to doilies, bedspreads and clothing (hats, scarves, gloves, shoes and baby clothes), with crochet you can border plaids, make curtains or small objects such as pot holders. In recent years one has been developing.

Search from Bouquet of Flowers stock photos, drawings, and royalty-free images on iStock. Find high quality stock photos that you won't be able to find anywhere else At the end of the ceremony, the bride throws her bouquet of flowers at a group of unmarried women, who compete to grab it according to tradition the woman who takes the bouquet will be lucky enough to be the next to get married

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White flowers: meaning. White flowers are a symbol of innocence, they express sincere appreciation, open-mindedness and projection towards life. It is no coincidence that white flowers are the favorite for bridal bouquets, decorate churches during weddings and on the occasion of the Immaculate Conception bridal bouquet - small flowers - composition - bridal bouquet - rose bouquet - original - winter - summer - spring - autumn - flowers - tulips - peonies - tulips - florists - fleurs -bs - mi - mn Chalet Dei Fiori Di Stefania Bollati wedding holes in Lucca Chalet Dei Fiori Di Stefania Bollati Livorno. A company that deals with beauty and flowers is called Chalet Dei Fiori Di Stefania Bollati. It offers solutions such as decorations for. Here are the most beautiful September flowers to choose from at home and for your balcony! September flowers - Astri or Settembrini Settembrini are the September flowers par excellence: appreciated for their ease of cultivation, they bloom in the last weeks of summer and last until late autumn May 5, 2016 - Each flower has a season ideal and a meaning. Find the bridal bouquet that best suits your character or that blooms in the month of your wedding

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Wedding shoes: in 2020 yes to flowers and vintage models. The 2020 of wedding shoes is also full of flowers. Goodbye, however, to the fabric petals and floral fabric applications, now roses, daisies and colorful flowers - strictly 3D - bloom on the shoes, made of leather, leather, felt and rubber. Another interesting trend is the return to vintage Buche di Maria Giovanna a wonderful bride.See more of Flowers of paradise on Faceboo Wedding dress models: the 9 evergreens Today, both for the inspiration of stylists and for weddings that change and become more and more of great events, wedding dress models have seen a important evolution, but as always the great classics never go out of fashion .. The 9 models of wedding dresses are :. sirena Here you will find the complete list of the best florists in Modica di Modica ideal for all those who need a floral decoration for a wedding or a Buscemi bridal bouqet. Fioridea by Simone Manciagli, moves with agility in the composition of floral decorations for weddings, and flower holes for every occasion.


[spacer] [dropcap] I [/ dropcap] First of all, best wishes to all lovers! Today, February 14, Valentine's Day we thought that we could not miss a post on RED ROSES, the flowers that by definition symbolize love and which, precisely for this reason, have become the symbolic flowers of Valentine's Day. A red rose is an expression unmistakable of love, it is the symbol of love and of. Without a doubt, the art of making a bouquet requires some experience, which only florists can have! However, if the floral tribute comes from your thoughts to pay homage to the person it is intended for, why not try making it with your own hands? With a lot of initiative and, above all with a lot of imagination, try to compose a beautiful bouquet of.

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Aug 1, 2014 - A timeless classic is the white bouquet of roses and hydrangeas, of medium size, with a rounded shape and stems completely wrapped and hidden by a shiny white satin ribbon like the one proposed for this wonderful wedding in Ravello da Cira Lombard Event Creator How To Make Bridal Bouquets. Making the wedding bouquet yourself will give a creative and stylish touch to your wedding. Not only can you choose each flower, but you can also decide the shape and ribbon you want to put ..

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Lily of the valley, fragrant and nice flower, excellent even if not classic, for bouquets from bride, ingredient for natural remedies and host of our gardens. It is by no means easy to grow but is still very popular in gardens because it blooms beautifully and gives off a unique scent. In fact it is also used in the field of cosmetics even if it is poisonous in all its parts May 28, 2014 - This Pin was discovered by Annwallace. Discover (and save) your Pins on Pinterest In this case, why not surprise your loved one, with an original bouquet, where thanks to a skilful combination of colors and flowers, the effect is of an elegant and refined creation. In this case, we leave free imagination to the florist who will carry out the creation, who, thanks to his style, will create a unique and unrepeatable work. 'silver turns out to be a pleasant and delicate gesture, sending flowers to the home of the spouses is suitable for the sensitivity of the soul of the people who receive the gift, a soul soothed by the numerous years of life lived in the company of a man or a woman.

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02-May-2015 - This Pin was discovered by Trish Burrows. Discover (and save) your Pins on Pinterest Fiori E Piante From Enzo E Lucry. October 19, 2019 Holes for 60th wedding adversary Wedding Diamond. Apr 8, 2013 - I'm back with this post to talk about alternative bouquets, one of my favorite topics. Different brides are looking for something other than the classic bouquet. Fresh flowers are beautiful but you may not want to spend that much on something that fades after a few hours. Maybe you are allergic to flowers or you are heartbroken Dec 16, 2012 - This Pin was discovered by Justine Schiavi. Discover (and save!) Your own Pins on Pinteres Feb 5, 2018 - This Pin was discovered by Paola Sim. Discover (and save) your Pins on Pinterest

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Here is a list of opinions on holes. Leave your comment too. Here you can find opinions related to holes and you can find out what people think about holes. In addition to giving your opinion on this issue, you can also comment on other terms related to bucher, buchete de flori, buchenwald, buche da sposa, buche di fiori, buchel, buchete de mireasa and buche di nese send flowers novara - send flowers novara The recommended flower to send your message of love has always been the rose. Sending roses to your area of ​​Novara communicates love and passion that strike straight to the heart, it is usually used to accompany the bouquet of roses with something precious, perhaps even a jewel, not necessarily expensive, to simulate the love that.

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Hello to all dear brides, here I am back! A few days ago I resumed the preparations for my wedding (business trips have slowed me down a bit) which will be the. Lisianthus, on the other hand, is an exceptional flower for its versatility, it fits into refined, classic, romantic, country, country contexts Combining lisianthus with other flowers for weddings. As we have seen, the lisianthus flower can also be easily inserted into a floral composition. White Lisianthus is a plant that gives simple and elegant flowers, widely used in floral decorations for weddings and various types of celebrations. It comes. White Lisianthus, also called Eustoma, is one of the favorite flowers in brides' bouquets: elegant and fragrant, here's how to grow it at home. The.

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Girls in these 2 weekends in my country there have been a myriad of weddings almost every day and one thing I have noticed in almost all of them is that they have used it. Floral arrangement for a civil wedding, on the beautiful terrace of Villa Cilento, overlooking Capri. Roses were used for the flower arrangements. The shades of lisianthus. If the meaning of the lisianthus does not change, however, there are various shades that it can acquire from color to color. The flowers of the lisianthus.

Lisianthus, a flower that occurs in spring with many colors each with a particular meaning. It is a delicate, fragrant flower, much appreciated. Discover the Lisianthus or Eustoma plant Read the Tips on how to grow and care for the Lisianthus or Eustoma The Lisianthus, or Eustoma, is a flower from. Lisianthus is an annual plant, or even perennial if carefully cared for to survive the winter, and can reach 60 centimeters in height What you need to know for a perfect wedding decoration and bridal bouquet: ideas and advice. by the florist designer Irene Lelli

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Practical guide to growing Lisianthus flowers, perfect for bridal bouquets. Many other gardening guides on Choices for you garden The lisianthus is characterized by long green leaves and large flowers is increasingly considered an ornamental plant for important events, such as weddings. The choice of Anna and Simone for their wedding was one classic and romantic style, with cascades of white lisianthus and the focus of attention on the.

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Lisianthus, also known by the name of Eustoma, is part of the Gentianaceae family, is native to Mexico and the southern United States. Wedding Bouquet Ragusa-Lisianthus, hydrangeas, roses, English roses and calla lilies. Warm colors, romantic and rustic style with a September flavor. . Visit. Discover ideas about Cabbage. lisianthus bridal bouquet - Search. Lisianthus is a great porch plant, but it needs attention, as too much rain damages the long-lasting flowers.

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In nature there are few blue flowers that can be used for a bridal bouquet: gentian, cornflower, lisianthus, muscari, hydrangea, iris, agapanthus and. For your vintage or contemporary decor, we have created the lisianthus in a ceramic pot for you! Contact me for info This site uses (few) cookies, only to improve your navigation. We think it's OK, but you can turn them off if you prefer.Okay, okay No thanks. The floral designer Giuseppina Comoli takes care of the creation of floral decorations for receptions: from centerpieces to decorations for buffet tables and buvets. Lisianthus is used to set up a wedding or for celebrations of all kinds. 6 6. Advice. Never forget:.

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Exactly one year ago we announced in real time the wedding of Daniela and Mauro: Oggi Sposi, 18 September 2010: Daniela and Mauro. Today with pleasure. Formal Dresses by Katya Katya (Lisianthus), wild and bloom line, lung Tag: lisianthus. Home All Posts Tag: lisianthus. There are many white flowers that can be used for your wedding! Hydrangeas, roses, gypsophila, peonies, bouvardia, lisianthus, calla lilies, gerberas, tulips and why not.

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Lisianthus Eustoma grandiflorum (also called Lisianthus russellianus) is a plant native to Mexico and South America. Presents flowers. Why this bouquet is so special. Our bouquet of white lisianthus, purple alstroemerie, green chrysanthemums and hypericum reminds us of the variety of. LISIANTHUS Many flowers, which are used for wedding arrangements, often have humble origins but, combined with other more precious flowers, make the. Today we want to dedicate ourselves to this theme in summer weddings. Shining, colorful and fragrant! If you get married in good weather, such as roses and lisianthus ,.

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It's time to get busy: vegetable garden and garden require a thousand hectic and demanding activities, knowledge and skills are needed but above all passion and the results will not be long in coming!
The art of gardening relaxes, cheers and satisfies, it is love and sensitivity!
May has arrived, the days are warmer, old friends meet and new ones are added. It is pleasant to be outdoors, all together laughing and joking, surrounded by the scents of locust trees, lilacs and wisteria.
It's a magical moment, it's time for the "Queens of May", the roses! The awakening has now completely happened, it is a riot of blooms!
The rose, a perfect and generous flower, gives us the most complete color palette and intoxicates us with its scents!
Balconies, terraces, small and large gardens, simple flower beds, vegetable gardens, orchards and vineyards, spring manifests itself in all its wonderful being, in the countryside as in the city!
At no other time of the year do so many blooms coincide and the green of the grass is brighter than ever!
The plants can no longer be moved, it is now late and we have to wait for autumn again!

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Full Moon 26
Last quarter 3
New Moon 11

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Garden and Terrace in May

The SEEDS will be overflowing with seedlings to be repotted in individual containers and, in some cases, to be planted already.
Sow in the ground: Agerato, Amaranth, Aquilegia, Aster, Campanule, Clarkia, Coleus, Bindweed, Cosmea, Helichrysum, Cornflower, Gypsophila, Godezia, Iberis, Decorative flax, Lupine, Poppy, Petunia, Phlox, Sweet pea, Portulaca, Primula , Salpiglossis, Ornamental squash.
The time has also come to plant the summer flowering bulbs: Acidantera, Agapantus, Amarillide, Anemone, Begonia, Convallaria, Dalia, Gladiolo, Gloxina, Incarvillea, Lilium, Liatris, Montbretia, Peonia, Ranuncolo, Trigidia.
Put them in the ground by digging a suitable hole that we will fill with good soil organic fertilizer and a part of river sand.
We expand this soft compound to accommodate the new plant that will be buried at the height where it was in the pot. We water immediately and keep it wet for a few days and for the whole season. It is better to water less frequently but abundantly than often with small amounts of water. It is important not to let the earth dry out too much.
PERENNIAL AND ANNUAL HERBACES they need periodic fertilizations, every 8-10 days, using liquid fertilizer in the waterings.
TIP: with the crescent Moon it is time to multiply the shrubs you want, take some twigs from a healthy specimen, leave only two leaves on top and crush its base that you will dip into the powder of rooting hormones. Then stick it in tall jars full of earth, compact the earth around, irrigate and cover with plastic sheet.

ACIDOPHILIC like AZALEE and RODODENDRI are found in full bloom. Once purchased, we can immediately place them in the home, preparing a suitable planting hole to be filled with specific soil for acidophilic plants.
TIP: The buds that will bloom next year are forming while this year's are fading. The future bud will develop properly if the withered flowers are gently removed.

CAMELLIA should be pruned with moderation avoiding drastic interventions, eliminating only the weak, crooked and intertwining branches.

GARDENIE in pots kept indoors during the winter, in mid-May you can take them in a shady position in the garden, make sure there is no wind the gardenia can not stand it.

TREES AND SHRUBS in this period need a good fertilization, granular slow release or organic. Also mulch the base of recently transplanted trees and shrubs, you will give freshness to the foot and roots.

BEDS to keep clean by freeing them from weeds.

FORSITZIE and shrubs that bloomed in March can be pruned or pruned.

LILAC and PRUNUS true end of May the tops that have withered must be sprouted, this will give strength to the buds that are at the base of the leaves (called "armpit"), the result will be the thickening of the plant.

FERTILIZATIONS are to be carried out constantly to keep our garden always. in great shape.

FUNGAL PATHOLOGIES and ANIMAL PARASITES can attack the plants in this month so check carefully and intervene without delay.

ADVICE: SNAILS roam numerous and undisturbed in your garden? Do not use poisonous bait that can harm other animals, collect them carefully, place them in a net-like bag for oranges and free them as soon as possible in uncultivated areas, away from vegetable gardens and gardens.
Another natural remedy is to sprinkle the powder of the coffee grounds around the base of the plants, the snails do not like the bitter taste and will spontaneously move away.
Don't kill them, they are helpless beings!

Sow PERENNIAL HERBS and bluebells, wallflowers, foxgloves and carnations.
Transplant the ANNUALS that will bloom in the fall.
Plant summer flowering BULBS such as dahlias and gladioli.

The "QUEEN of the GARDEN" or her majesty the ROSE.
It is certain that it is spring as it is certain that the scent of roses is in the air.
The passion for the rose is something that does not distinguish the lover or the gardening professional.It involves and overwhelms those who are enchanted in front of this miracle!
Owning only a few specimens or collecting dozens of them does not matter, the joy of flowering remains that punctually captivates us and intoxicates us with the colors, shapes or scents that these wonderful creatures give us as if they wanted to make the life of those who meet them better.
Planting a rose and taking care of it will be the mirror of your soul and will repay you with fantastic blooms.
Remove the SUCCHIONI the roses and if you have. "courage" carry out the BLOSSOMING, which consists in suppressing the less vigorous buds for the benefit of the stronger ones.
LUNA CALANTE properly fertilized and treated with nettle macerate. for any aphids and if this is not necessary, use an aficida-fungicide to have healthy buds and plants.
Rosa gallica, damascena, botany, wrinkled, bush, climbing, re-flowering, fragrant, ancient, historical.
Keep in mind how much it does not rain, the rise in temperatures and do not be fooled if it is cooler in the morning and evening, the water need for our green friends increases quickly, give them the necessary water without making them suffer.

Bring all the plants outdoors but in shady areas for a few days, then move the ones you want to the sun.
You can still continue with last minute repotting if that means reviving a plant in poor condition. (THE REPOTTING topic dealt with in the month of April)
CYCLAMENS keep cool, leaving them quiet for the hot period. In September, you can arrange them in a pot with soil suitable for acidophilic plants and place them in a shady and cool place to give you a new flowering.

Plant the CHRYSANTHEMES cuttings.
Repot the ORCHIDS and clean their roots.
Divide the DALIE and replant them.

The colors of the May garden

The combination of the colors of the flowers used for terraces, gardens and flower beds must be harmonious here are the basic rules:
yellow, red and blue are always well matched because the contrast formed is pleasant,
green orange and purple are another perfect combination,
try to use a color in all its shades for example to set up a nice balcony,
another combination is the two-color one: yellow and orange, red and orange,
or blue and purple or red and purple which, however, it is better not to combine with white and gray.
otherwise opt for pure white if you have a green or dark background.
It is easy to talk about the colors of the flowers in the May garden: violets, arabis, kerria japonica, aubriezia, prunus triloba, daisies, euphorbia, fescue glauca, lilacs, iris, wisteria, marigolds, fritillaria imperialis, rhododendrons, gentiana acaulis, iberis sempervirens , forget-me-not, zonal pelargonium, peonies, pulsatilla, aquilegia vulgaris, geranium, incarvillea, spirea, then peonies and roses.
Think also of leaves, twigs and barks, they give delicate and gentle colors that help us in compositions with fresh flowers, when we are looking for something original to decorate our home.

The Flower of the month of May

In the list of May blooms we will find: Agapantus - Alstromeria - Anthurium - Antirrhinum - Aster, Bouvardia - some more "late" Calla - Celosia - Centaurea - Convallaria - Dhalia - Delphinium - Eustoma - Freesia - Gladiolus - Gypsophila - Broom - Heliantus - Lilium - Matthiola Paeonia - Ranunculus - Roses to no end - Solidago and more.
IBERIS sempervirens
common name: Iberide
It is an alpine plant, suffruticose, evergreen, ground cover but not intrusive.
It has a ground cover appearance, around 30 cm high.
Use in rock gardens or between walkways, in dry stone walls, at the foot of the evonimo hedges creates beautiful contrasts.
It blooms in May-June.
It has a 1.5 cm oval flower collected in compact racemes of pure white color.
There is also I. saxatilis which has white flowers tinged with pink. I.s. "Little Gem" with white flowers, compact. I. s. "Snowflake" with white flowers, woody. I. commutatum which is a similar and ground cover species.
The lanceolate leaves of 6-8 cm. 5 mm wide of a beautiful intense green.
The harsh winters are hostile to it but its rusticity allows it to regenerate.
It fears stagnation and prefers a normal, drained garden soil.
Sunny position.
Planting in early autumn or spring, beautiful in groups 40-50 cm apart.
In spring, clean up the woody parts.
Fertilize with complex fertilizer.
Propagation occurs by semi-woody cutting in June-August or by division in September-October.

We can very simply divide peonies into two large groups: the herbaceous ones whose aerial part disappears in winter but re-emits new shoots in the spring, and the shrubby ones also called woody or arboreal ones that have real branches from which the new shoots.
It is a perennial, deciduous, rustic plant, which in some varieties can reach the height and width of two meters.
They multiply by dividing the rhizomes that bear at least one bud.
It can be used in the garden alone or in groups for both mixed and perennial borders.
It is a plant of simple cultivation and great adaptability that fills large spaces and withstands intense cold.
It blooms from May but some varieties until July, the flower is globular with larger petals on the outside and smaller ones on the inside.
It is planted, in groups about one meter away, in spring or autumn.
It prefers a soil very rich in organic substances, humid but without stagnation.
The optimal position is half shade and it can also be grown in pots, preparing a good draining base.
For good results, apply a complex fertilizer in the spring and shorten the plant to the ground in autumn.
The colors range from pink-crimson to white, from burgundy to light pink to deep pink and some varieties are very fragrant.

Follow your lawn and he will repay you by giving you unrepeatable moments of pure relaxation and fun, alone or in the company of friends.
1-Regular mowing (only when the grass is dry) on a weekly basis for this period.
2 Irrigation must not be missing and if it does not rain, irrigate regularly every two days.
3- Diseases if the humid heat of this period creates problems of fungal diseases in the lawn prevented with a broad-action fungicide.
4- Fight against weeds: use selective weeding on broad-leaved weeds with care.
5- Frequent passages where bare areas can appear due to excessive trampling.
6-The fertilization suitable for every lawn will guarantee vigor.
7-Ventilation essential for oxygen to reach the ground, just do it once during the year.
8-The drainage serves not to create felting.
9-The shade is difficult to treat because the grass does not love it, however, before giving up, inquire about the seeds suitable for your soil.
10- If your turf is thinned, intervene immediately to thicken it.
Get good turf-specific soil in garden centers and spread it in bare areas.
Level well and sow evenly.
Keep moist for 3-4 days and follow the birth and growth of the new tender blades of grass.

Care and pruning
Not everyone succeeds easily in the practice of pruning, but if you want to achieve a fast and compact growth of your hedge you must do it regularly.
Pay attention to the type of plant to understand which pruning to adopt to avoid gross damage.
1) The first type of hedge is the one left to grow freely.
The garden must be large because the hedge left free needs large spaces. However, at least one intervention per year is necessary to check the crooked, diseased, too low branches
2) The second type is the regular one.
This is a hedge that grows and keeps in a defined and regular shape, which does not take up too much space because it is kept within the limits set by regular pruning. If you neglect the pruning, the hedge begins to invade excessive spaces and becomes sparse in the central part and you will soon see that it has been neglected.
The hedge must be as wide below as above or better still wider below and narrower above to let in air and light.
It must never be narrower below and wider above because in a short time it would no longer have light and would grow bare below.

The perfect pruning is carried out by proceeding from the bottom to the top, first working on the sides and then on the height that is brought back over the entire surface of the hedge with a specially measured rod.
First year of planting: a separate discussion must be made for what concerns the first year of planting a broadleaf hedge by shortening the side branches without fear up to half and do not forget to trim. This will allow the plant to fill up and give a sensation of compactness because the lateral suckers will develop and the plants will reach the height of the plant again after the first season.
At the end of July or August prune sideways again.
The general rule is whatever the hedge plant chosen to intervene during the first year with a pruning in May and one in August.
There are varieties that grow very fast and require a greater number of pruning, up to three or four.
Another rule is that no action is taken after August on coniferous hedges because they cannot face the cold of winter.

Pruning in the second growing season
Trim the branches of the broadleaf hedge again but without exceeding it, gradually starting to give the decisive shape.
Generally to get an idea of ​​how a well grown hedge must be I can tell you that the measurements should look like these: height 2 meters width 75 cm base 90cm wide.
If you want a wide hedge you have to do little with the side pruning on the contrary, definitely shorten the lateral branches if you want a narrow hedge.
For the coniferous hedges, the interventions of the following years will be in May and August laterally until it has reached the desired height and then we will proceed to the topping.
Interventions on old hedges.
If the hedge is broad-leaved and neglected in late autumn or early spring, shorten the branches by up to 30 cm. from the ground and replace the plants that have not resisted, then follow it for the next two years with frequent pruning. Reached the desired height again (about 4 or 5 years later)
If it is a conifer hedge, shorten the side branches almost to the stem. This will allow the development of lateral shoots, even if looking at the hedge after this kind of intervention your hedge will have a bare appearance, but you just need to know how to wait.
Keep hedges healthy
In spring, to keep a hedge healthy, mix good peat with fertilized or stalactic and add it around the plants.
In autumn, sprinkle some stalactic around the hedge plants.
In the autumn the soil will be lightly worked.
Never neglect watering!

Sowing of the month of May:
directly in the ground: asparagus, watermelon, basil, red beets, beets, beets, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers, green beans, chicory, red lettuce, romaine lettuce, cutting lettuce , sweet corn, aubergines, melons, mixed salad, peppers, tomatoes, leeks, parsley, radishes, turnips, turnip greens, celery, green beans, cabbage, courgettes and borlotti beans.
In April the land will have been worked and fertilized to be able to host the seedlings that you will have sown in the greenhouse around February-March.
Kept in a warm place, your plants are now ready to be brought into the open field.
If you have not been able to create the plants of the garden yourself (a very satisfying experience that I recommend to everyone) but you want to have a vegetable garden quickly, get them ready to be placed in the ground. The already well developed root systems will save a lot of time compared to sowing which, however, is much cheaper.
You can continue or start sowing or planting: watermelon, basil, beetroot, chard, chard, broccoli, thistles, carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers, chicory, kidney beans and green beans, fennel, endive riccia, sweet corn, pepper, peas, aubergine, tomato, radish, rocket, salsify, celery, spinach, valerian, pumpkins and courgettes.
Trim watermelons and melons carefully and delicately.
“Sfemminellate” the tomatoes, that is, remove the sprouts that grow between the stem and leaves and perform the same operation on the aubergines as well. On beans and vines, start placing the stakes to support them.
The supports of the vegetables must be chosen and planted seriously and be solid knowing that the plants, especially tomatoes and green beans, will grow and become heavy.
Toss in potatoes, peas and beans.
Transplant aromatic and solanaceous plants,
Collect: radishes, spinach, chard, salad, broad beans.
Pay attention to the arrival of the first parasites, to prevent them from spreading excessively.

Our greenhouse will be filled with overflowing seedbeds of seedlings that must be repotted into larger containers or placed directly in the home, depending on the case.
It is still possible to sow in the open ground: Agerato, Amaranth, Aquilegia, Clarkia, Coleus, Convolvulus, Cosmea, Helichrysum, Cornflower, Gypsophila, Ornamental sunflower, Godezia, Iberis, Ipomea, Decorative flax, Lupine, Poppy, Phlox, Sweet pea, Portulaca, Primula, Salpiglossis, Ornamental squash.
The time has also come to plant the summer flowering bulbs, let's get ready to plant: Acidantera, Agapantus, Amarillide, Anemone, Begonia, Cyclamen, Convallaria, Dalia, Gladiolo, Gloxina, Incarvillea, Lilium, Liatris, Montbretia, Peony, Buttercup, Trigidia.
It is time to definitively open the greenhouses and shade them adequately.
If you have time left or on rainy days, dedicate yourself to tidying up the interior of the greenhouse.

It is easy to distinguish an aromatic plant because of its scent given the "essential oils" that this type of plant contains and which is usually very pleasant.
Lemon balm and basil can still be sown.
Some aromatic herbs such as sage and rosemary spread evenly the "essential oils" they contain, others retain their medicinal properties only in the seeds or only in the leaves or even in the roots.
It is necessary to know for each plant which part to use and for what purpose:
in herbal medicine, where they are used for the preparation of herbal teas, tablets, ointments etc. which must be used with caution, taking advice from experts, in fact the medicinal and therefore therapeutic characteristics of some plants can be very powerful,
in the kitchen, in the preparation of food and drinks,
in cosmetics, in the preparation of beauty products,
in the garden or on the windows (eg geranium) as a deterrent for some annoying insects (eg mosquitoes).

It is a bit late to house fruit plants, but if we still want to plant them, remember that we will have the fruit only next year.
It is still possible to HOME the small fruits, which have only begun to vegetate a few days ago.
MILL or mow the orchard lawn.
GREEN PRUNING which in the specific of the month particularly concerns the thinning of fruit, especially stone fruit in excess and / or malformed.
The spring rains alone are sufficient for the WATER NEEDS of the fruit plants but if this were not the case, fill the basins that you have previously prepared at the foot of the tree but you can also water in rain, avoiding the hot hours and in any case when it is sunny.
THEY ARE HARVESTED: oranges and lemons, medlars, cherries and strawberries.
IN FLOWER we have plants such as: vine, hazelnut, khaki, walnut, kiwi.
TREATMENTS against aphids and flies, are practiced only at the end of flowering, do not exceed and proceed only if you deem it necessary, eating untreated fruit is a luxury that very few can afford, a small insect inside an apple can be removed without danger but What dangers does using chemicals even in the small orchard at home?

The plants have been brought back outside, it is necessary to remove the dry parts and clean the earth from residues. If the leaves are very dusty, wash them with a gentle shower.
Plants that need it should be transplanted into slightly larger pots and filled with special soil that you will find in garden centers.
The ideal mixture for citrus fruits can also be prepared without buying it in the following way: mix very well on a plane equal parts of excellent garden soil, sand and peat, add specific slow-release granular fertilizer in appropriate quantities.
Citrus fruits require fertilizers balanced in macronutrients and rich in micronutrients, such as Manganese and Zinc,
The plants that will not undergo repotting must be constantly irrigated with the addition of specific liquid fertilizer every 15/20 days. If the fertilizer is slow release, read the frequency to be adopted on the product.
By following these simple precautions, the plants will bloom abundantly and then enough fruit will be formed.
ADVICE: always keep an anti-cochineal product at home that you will immediately administer to your plants as soon as you see on the branches and on the underside of the leaves and on the branches, cochineal attacks which are unfortunately frequent in this period.

Pond and rock garden in May

May is the most suitable month for the division of water lilies that must be extracted from the water which, depending on the size reached by the plant, must vary its depth from half a meter to three meters!
Now divide the rhizomes taking care to keep at least one bud for each detached piece.
At this point it is necessary to replant the water lilies if you have the earth on the bottom of your pond there is no problem otherwise place each new plant in a suitable container with only garden soil, taking care to cover with sand if the pond is inhabited by fish.
Take good care of the anchor.

The three great enemies of the vine are: downy mildew, powdery mildew and botrytis.
Perospera: this term is used to describe many peronosporal fungi, specifically that of the vine is Plasmopara viticola.
The spots on the leaves are first transparent, yellow then forming efflorescence on the reverse, then they dry up and wither.
The damage on the bunch is very serious, the grapes do not reach ripening.
Oidium: Oidium or white disease, is one of the most serious fungal diseases therefore not to be underestimated and treated with timely interventions.
You will notice a white powder that spreads both on the leaves and on the growing clusters.
Botrytis or gray mold: it is not easy to distinguish gray mold from powdery mildew, a more careful observation is needed. It is always a whitish powder, but the gray mold affects leaves, forming clusters, cirrus and vine leaves that take on a brownish color. The berries completely covered with this mold rot if you do not intervene promptly.
Downy mildew, powdery mildew and botrytis can compromise the entire crop, so intervene with a set schedule with spraying.
Around mid-May carry out the first copper plating (copper oxychloride and wettable sulfur).
The vine, before flowering, should receive copper three times.
It is important that after spraying 24 hours pass without rain, otherwise the operation must be repeated within the following three days.
It would be good not to spray the vineyard when it is in bloom, but sometimes it is necessary and then it is important to reduce the dose of the products by half.
Bury the green manure.

It's time to start the second racking of wine. Tidy up the cellar.

Water of May is like the word of a sage.
Rainy May, fertile year.
If it rains for San Giacomo and Filippo (May 3), the poor do not need the rich.
If it rains in early May, nuts and figs will make a good trip.
On the day of San Cataldo (May 10) the cold disappears and the heat arrives.
If it rains in the period of San Bernardino (May 20), the rain will ruin the harvest of wheat, olives and grapes.
May mud, August ears.
Cool and wet May is good for the vineyard and the meadow.
Cool and windy May makes the year fertile.
Dry and sunny May, a lot of cheap grain.
In May he buys wood and cheese.
In San Bernardino (May 20) the flowering of flax.
For Santa Rita (May 22) every rose has blossomed.
Go slowly in May.

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