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Flowers

Christmas flowers

DIY Christmas flowers Those who love DIY can easily make DIY Christmas flowers, beautiful and decorative just like real ones. Take, for example, Christmas stars: it is possible to create fake stars with very few materials and in no time. You will need red and green crepe paper, straws, polystyrene, glue, a pair of scissors, a tube of yellow tempera color and finally some round caps of different sizes.
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Garden

Forsythia - Forsythia

Forsythia in the garden The plants belonging to this variety are among the first shrubs that bloom at the end of winter, and their rain of yellow flowers heralds the lengthening of the days and the increase in temperatures, approaching spring; but how is this plant that is disappearing from the gardens grown?
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Gardening

Perennial herbaceous plants

Cultivating perennial plants Perennial herbaceous plants are plants that do not develop woody structures such as shrubs, but despite this they are able to survive the succession of the seasons for more than two years; some perennials are short-lived, in the sense that they only survive a few years, while others can continue to develop and bloom for several years, cheering our garden with their colors every spring.
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Garden furniture

Roof garden design

General When we talk about a roof garden, we are referring to a rather particular sector of gardening, creating gardens on the terraces is an ancient technique which has proved to be rather interesting, especially for those who live in the city. The garden is a rather important corner of greenery in the center of the metropolis, where it often becomes difficult to shelter in the shade of a tree because you are still overwhelmed by smog and chaos.
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Garden

Hibiscus rosa sinensis

Hibiscus rosa sinensis: general characteristics. Hibiscus rosa sinensis is a shrub belonging to the Malvaceae family and originates in China. It belongs to the typology of perennial and semirusotic plants. It is a fairly versatile flower as it can be planted both in the garden and inside the home.
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Garden

Cycas revoluta

The cycas, or dwarf palms The cycas are evergreen shrubs, of medium size, belonging to the family of cycadaceae; the genus has about ninety species, although only one of them is cultivated in the garden in Italy, cycas revoluta. They are commonly called dwarf palms, in the English speaking countries sago palm, even if in reality they are not palms; Cicadaceae are among the oldest plants on earth, they are gymnosperms, closer as a relation to conifers than palms.
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