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Forest cultivation: common tamarisk

Forest cultivation: common tamarisk

Classification, origin and diffusion Division: SpermatophytaSubdivision: AngiospermaeClass: DicotyledonesFamily: Tamaricaceae It is a plant native to the north-western coasts of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic coast. It lives on sandy and subsalted coastal soils, along the banks of waterways, near the mouth.

Typical Italian cured meats: Ciccioli - Ciuighe

Typical Italian cured meats: Ciccioli - Ciuighe

They consist of more or less fat parts of the pig, cooked for a long time with aromas and spices, in order to completely degrease the dough. The lean part that remains after the melting of the fat is pressed in the form of thin discs or left in thin flakes.They are produced in the San Lorenzo in Banale area, in the province of Trento.

Evergreen climbing hedge

Evergreen climbing hedge

Evergreen Climbing Hedge An evergreen climbing hedge has countless undeniable advantages; first of all, a climber tends to develop very high, occupying little space in depth, allowing us to create a screen outside, without having to give up excessive portions of land inside the garden.

Echeveria pulvinata

Echeveria pulvinata

Generalities succulent plant native to Central America; produces large rosettes of thick and very fleshy spatula leaves, dark green in color; the stems are semi-woody and quite branched, they tend to develop close to the ground, reaching 25-30 cm in height, and often root when they remain in contact with the substratum for a long time.

Gola del Furlo State Nature Reserve - Marche

Gola del Furlo State Nature Reserve - Marche

Type of protected area - Where it is located Type: State Natural Reserve; established with Ministerial Decree of 6 February 2001. Region: Marche Province: Pesaro-Urbino The Gola del Furlo State Nature Reserve, established in 2001, occupies an area of ​​approximately 3,600 hectares among woods, pastures and pristine peaks, and includes the gorge formed by the Candigliano river just before the confluence in the Metauro.

Plants for retaining walls

Plants for retaining walls

Question: what plants along a wall I have a terraced garden, in two of these with a wall about 1 meter high and each of the length of 9 meters, I would like to plant FALLING perennial flowering plants. Could you suggest what to wear? I specify that both walls are in the shade as they are covered by carob trees.