How to make a small garden To create a small garden it is necessary to choose plants with reduced dimensions, or in any case with a mainly vertical development, which are generally varieties: - shrubby - bushy - evergreen herbaceous - flowering Some conditions must also be taken into consideration: - dimensions of the garden - exposure - climatic conditions - types of soil - type of lighting - coexistence between plants.
How and when to water The rincospermum (Trachelospermum jasminoide), of the Apocynaceae family, is a perennial climber native to China and Japan. It is also called false jasmine, because of the white and fragrant flowers very similar to those of jasmine, which bloom, with a truly luxuriant flowering, in May-June.
The bulbs in autumn For bulbous enthusiasts, autumn is a time of fervent work, on the one hand, it is the time to shelter the most delicate summer flowering bulbous plants, those that have given us their flowers, away from the frost until a few days ago, and which now must be placed in a sheltered place, to prevent them from being irreparably damaged by the first frost; besides this surely autumn is the best time to prepare the bulbs of spring flowering bulbs, on the one hand we will now have to fix the bulbous plants that we have already planted last year, on the other we will be able to plant new bulbs with spring flowering.
Yellow magnolia The yellow magnolia is a large deciduous tree, originally from North America; it has fairly rapid growth, and can reach on average 10-12 m in height, there are old specimens up to 15-20 meters high. The stem is erect, robust, with a clear and thin bark; the young trees have pyramidal crowns, which tend to widen and round over the years.
We know the olive tree: tree and fruit The olive tree, sometimes also called olive tree, is native to the Middle East region. Since ancient times it has spread throughout the Mediterranean area and in recent years it has been successfully exported to other countries with a similar climate such as Australia, California and South Africa.
The hemerocallids Perennial plant with rhizomatous roots, the botanical species of hemerocallids come from Asia, but for many decades these plants have been enjoying enormous success in the West, in particular in the United States, where hybridizers have produced the greatest number of new varieties; hemerocallis plants grown in the garden are generally hybrids, botanical species are difficult to find, also because hybrids tend to have larger or colored flowers, and to bloom for a longer period.