General the genus is made up of about 80 species of trees and flowering, rustic, semi-evergreen, evergreen, or deciduous, very ornamental trees. Magnolia originates in the southern regions of the United States, Japan, China and Korea; most of the species can develop without any problem in our country, and generally find a prominent place in many gardens; Centennial specimens of spectacular size can be found in many botanical gardens and Italian parks.
Chervil The botanical name of chervil is "Anthriscus cerefolium", and it is a plant belonging to the umbrella family. The plant looks very much like a small miniature fern and has the characteristic of having the leaves of a very light green which, however, turn red in Autumn.
Generalities A family that includes about fifty species of orchids, mostly terricolous, originating in Africa, Asia, Australia and the islands of the Pacific Ocean. It has fleshy pseudobulbs that are usually gathered in large groups, the leaves are long and very decorative, light green in color, in spring it produces a long stem at the end of which numerous flowers of considerable size bloom, white, green, yellow or pink.
Parsley cultivation Parsley is one of the most used odors in Italian cuisine, and goes well with meat, fish and pasta dishes. It can be found on the market very easily, but just as easy is to cultivate it in our garden, following some precautions. Sowing Parsley, in order to grow well, needs a temperate climate, which does not have too many temperature changes, and can be sown in the months from March to July.
Question: Cracks in the garden Hi, I have recently taken a house with a garden so my experience is still low, however I wanted to know how I could remove the cracks that have formed throughout the garden ... Thanks 1000 Answer: Cracks in the garden Dear Fabrizio , the cracks in the garden soil are generally due to the type of soil present; in particular they are due to a very clayey soil; when it gets wet, clay expands a lot, absorbs water and gives rise to a compact and dense, sticky mixture; in drying, the water leaves, leaving a heavy and very compact soil.
Telescopic hedge trimmer The telescopic hedge trimmer is a tool equipped with one or more extensions, at the end of which the motor and the blade for cutting are fixed; typically these are electrical appliances, because the internal combustion engine would be excessively heavy to support if mounted at the top of a 2-3 meter long tube.