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The species we will discuss will be taken into consideration with respect to the area in which they will be placed and will include some of their peculiar characteristics. To get an idea of how to proceed and which plants to choose, first make a map of your garden on graph paper, indicating precisely which areas are exposed to the sun and which are in the shade. Then spread a list of the types of plants you want to include in the green area and learn more, deciding whether to mix the various types or divide them by similar species into multiple flowerbeds, in the typical style of a flower garden or vegetable garden. Another important recommendation is to insert the plants based on the exposure of the sun rather than the shade and also provide appropriate species if there were the presence of aquatic elements such as ponds and ponds, not easy to care for, but certainly of great effect. suggestive and decorative. In addition to having a personalized garden that reflects your personal taste, the passion for growing plants and the hobby of gardening is also a valid remedy for everyday anxiety and stress, because it allows you to stay in touch with nature, in total tranquility and in a healthy environment. You don't need to be a professional gardener, because to get a good result you need attention and attention to detail.
Choose garden plants
Start your design by treating the sunny areas. Among the best varieties to be exposed to the sun, we should all know the sunflower and all the fat varieties. Remember, however, to plant those with longer stems towards the south, so as not to remove light from the lower ones. You can also insert exotic varieties, but it will be better to grow them in large pots or movable planters, to allow them to thrive despite the climatic conditions different from their country of origin, moving them inside during the winter season. Climbing plants are equally beautiful. Among their best qualities we find resistance, which allows them to be used also as partition and decorative hedges, without being damaged in any weather condition. The two most widespread and known varieties are the Jasmine and the Common Ivy. Jasmine is a very well-known plant in our country, characterized by white flowers and a delicate fragrance. Jasmine belongs to the Oleacee family, and originated in temperate tropical regions. It is used to embellish walls and walls, as well as a specifically ornamental plant for interiors. It is easy enough to grow but remember that for a flourishing growth it needs a lot of sunlight and a regular watering. This plant flowers in summer and early autumn. You can choose it in the varieties that have petals with shades of lilac or in the classic white version. If you love herbal medicine, know that Jasmine is also famous for its healing powers, exceptional for its anti-inflammatory qualities and for treating colds, joint pains, fever and other various exanthematous diseases. The great diffusion of Ivy is due instead to its extreme cold resistance. The only trick to take is to never expose it to a place that is too sunny, because it prefers not too high temperatures and shading. This climber is perfect for decorating home environments such as verandas and terraces, because as it grows it develops small roots that easily attach to walls and railings, creating a pleasant and decorative effect in a natural way, without the need for excessive improvements on your part.
Perennials or evergreens
Also choose perennial or evergreen plants to be set in the shade areas, which even if they bloom often only for a couple of weeks, their foliage will give the surrounding environment colors with colorful and beautiful shades. Within the most known and decorative garden species we find the Giglio, the Hydrangeas, the Begonias, the Salvia Nana, the Browallias, the Impatiens and the Fuchsia. These varieties must always have adequate lighting on their leaves so that they can produce many flowers or berries in the summer season. Among them a valid choice falls on the Rhododendron, belonging to the Ericaceae family. The su flowering occurs in the period between the months of June and July, and occurs in pretty buds often gathered in small bunches of dark pink or red. Remember, however, that it is a shrub suitable for hilly areas, around at least 700 meters high. Not for nothing is a typical flower of the mountain ranges of the Alps and the Apennines. Instead, you will plant the Crocus, the Snowdrop, the Hyacinths, the Tulips and the Narcissus in the autumn because their flowering takes place in the spring months.
Know the garden plants: How to choose aquatic plants
How to learn to learn about plants aquatic and their needs? If you need to procure garden plants to be placed in aquatic environments, such as ponds or artificial ponds rather than outdoor fountains, first take into consideration the marginal ones, which are usually tall and only partially submerged in water, such as the Iris yellow, the Giunco and the Calamo Aromatico. Calamo is well known in Italian gardens. Originally from North America, it is called this way because of the persistent and characteristic scent emanating from its wavy shaped leaves. The Calamo is a perennial swampy plant that reaches even the height of one meter, and produces both flowers in shades of yellow and light green and red berries in the winter season. Its ideal location is in the shade, away from direct sunlight. If you want aquatic species with a beautiful flowering, opt for the Marsh Marigol and the common Cattail. Also consider the presence of oxygenating plant species, which are completely submerged in water. These varieties breathe by releasing oxygen by day and by absorbing nitrogen waste at night, thus helping to provide healthy water conditions for fish and other plant organisms. The most popular oxygenating plants are Anacharis, Eurasian, Ceratophyllum and Musk. Water lettuce, Golden Club, water lilies, lotus flowers and aquatic hyacinth are instead optimal choices if you want floating varieties of decoration, which among other qualities provide shade for fish and protect water from danger of harmful solar overheating. In particular, the Fior di Loto, an aquatic plant native to Asia and Australia, grows very quickly and adapts perfectly to exotic-style environments in large vases on the ground with stagnant water. It has dark green leaves and a rather waxy consistency. The Lotus is able to emerge more than a meter from the surface of the water and is considered a religious image of India, as well as being used for thousands of years in the whole East as a precious medicinal herb. Its flowers are indeed beneficial for improving cardiac functions, while the seeds help keep cholesterol under control.