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Flowers

Bells flowers

Campanelle flowers origins Campanelle flowers grow on a herbaceous plant that is part of the genus leucojum, a group of plants that includes about twenty different species. The family, on the other hand, is that of the Amaryllidaceae, although, according to a first classification, the leucojum was instead included in the liliaceae.
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Fruit and vegetables

How to grow tomatoes

The tomato plant: characteristics The tomato originates from Peru. He brought it to Europe was the Spanish Hernan Cortes, in 1540. It arrived in Italy in 1596. Originally the fruit was golden in color, hence the name "tomato", then through grafts, the current red color was obtained. The plant also reaches one meter in height.
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Garden

Tulips

Question: tulips dear editorial staff since I have problems registering for the forum can I ask you a question? I wanted to know how many times a week I have to water the tulips in pots with buds close to flowering. thank you so much greetings Mario Tulipani: Answer: tulips Dear Mario, We thank you for contacting us regarding the questions on the tulip, through the Gardening Expert column.
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Garden

Licorice helichrysum

Characteristics of the licorice helichrysum The helichrysum is a perennial shrub plant, in Italy it is widespread especially in the central-southern regions and in the islands. It lives well up to a thousand meters above sea level, provided it is placed in sunny places. It has a modest spindle root from which thin branchy stems depart.
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Gardening

Best season to take root

Question: best season to take root I have to redo part of the garden and I am unsure whether to plant new plants now in spring or autumn. plants are a badger, small pines, coniferous trees and maples. with the exception of the maples which will be exposed to the north-west, the rest will be to the south, therefore exposed to beating sun in summer with absence of shade and temperatures up to 38 °.
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Garden

Imperial crown - Fritillaria imperialis

Generalities Fritillaria imperialis is a perennial bulbous plant native to Asia; it produces long erect, rigid stems, up to 100-120 cm high, with alternate leaves up to about a third of the height; the leaves are arched, ribbon-like, pointed, dark green in color, shiny. At the apex of the stem, starting from late spring, numerous large bell-shaped, pendulous flowers bloom, gathered in a showy circular crown; the flowers of fritillaria imperialis are of a lively and intense color, in shades of yellow and red.
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