Caryopteris The genus Caryopteris brings together some species of shrubs of Asian origin, the species most widely cultivated in the garden is actually a spontaneous hybrid, which originated in Europe in a botanical garden: Caryopteris x clandonensis; of this variety there are other hybrids, selected for the color of the flowers.
La kenzia La kentia is a palm tree belonging to the Howea genus: it originates from Australia, in particular from the Lord Howe island (from which it takes its name). It arrived in Europe in the mid-1800s and was immediately appreciated for its beautiful straight trunk and bright and elegant foliage. On our continent it must be grown in heated greenhouses or treated as a houseplant.
Cornus sanguinea irrigation Cornus sanguinea is a deciduous shrub, also present in Italy as a plant in the wild. It is grown in gardens because it is a low maintenance species with very decorative foliage and stems. Cornus are, in general, plants that love moist soils, for this reason it is advisable to avoid exposing plants to drought, especially during the hot periods of the year.
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"Title =" Plants and frost - chimonanthus "> Plants and frost Plants are living beings, and as such have developed strategies to better withstand the changes in climate and weather conditions of the places where they live. Each plant it has peculiar characteristics that make it suitable for living in the mountains in the cold, or in tropical forests or only in arid deserts.
Generalities This genus includes some species of succulent plants, originating in southern Africa. The fleshy leaves, oval or lanceolate, form dense basal rosettes, up to 20-30 cm high, along thin fleshy stems; the leaves are dark green in color, with dark zoning, especially in the specimens kept in very bright positions; some species have greyish leaves, and sometimes have a whitish hair at the base.