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Tall trees


The tall trees require ample spaces of land and a positioning rightly spaced from other specimens, in order not to be limited in their growth.
Generally they are very long-lived.
Before making the choice of trees of this type it is essential to take into consideration some details:
- land extension
- type of terrain
- exposure of the area where the plant is to be housed
- weather conditions
- lighting
- coexistence among other plants

Beech tree


It is a tall tree broad-leaved, deciduous and ornamental.
It has a majestic stem, erect, between 20 and 40 meters high, covered with a smooth and brown bark with silver spots.
The foliage of these trees is very extensive, thick and conical in shape, and in autumn it takes on wonderful colors in the range of golden yellow and purple red, extremely decorative.
The leaves are provided with a petiole, oval with a serrated edge, shiny, dark green and crossed by evident ribs.
They have an alternate listing.
The flowers are gathered in inflorescences: the male ones have the appearance of hanging glomeruli, while the female ones, consisting of 2 or 3 flowers surrounded by bracts, are erected.
The fruit is a small triangular nut, edible for humans, and enclosed within a shell similar to that of the hedgehog.
It requires deep, well-drained, neutral component soils and possibly enriched with organic materials.
It must be watered only in the early stages; fertilization is recommended every six months, preferably using mature manure.

WHITE FIR



It is an imposing tree, up to 40, 50 meters high.
It has a straight stem, with a smooth dark gray bark.
The foliage has a mainly horizontal development and is very thick.
The leaves are narrow, elongated, with a continuous margin and rounded ends, and have a bright dark green color
The fruits of these trees, located in the apical portion of the tree, are compact, cylindrical pine cones.
Their color changes from light green (during the first stages of maturation) to dark brown (in the adult phase).
They have the characteristic of remaining on the tree even when they are mature.
It is a very long-lived tree, used to create shaded areas, but also for its decorative appearance.
It requires a deep, well-drained soil enriched with peat and humus.
Even if it tolerates the cold well, it prefers a housing in bright areas and a mild climate.
It needs a lot of humidity and for this reason it is advisable to water it often, especially in the early stages of plant life.
It needs regular fertilizations, at least every six months, using well-balanced fertilizers rich in mineral substances.

SEQUOIA



It is a tall tree evergreen, coniferous, with enormous dimensions: its height can reach 110 meters.
It is a very long-lived species as we know of 2000 years old specimens.
It has a columnar trunk, surrounded by a reddish, thick and fibrous bark.
The foliage is very extensive and pyramid-shaped.
The leaves take on the appearance of flat needles, not pungent, dark green, with a spiral arrangement; those less illuminated have the characteristic of emanating a pungent smell of wax.
The male flowers are yellow, small and arranged apically on the branches; the female ones are conical and elongated, with a woody consistency, containing winged seeds.
It requires very deep and well-drained soils, rich in organic material, with an acid component.
It lives well both in sunny and bright areas, and in shade, as it is an extremely adaptable plant.
It prefers temperate climates with a lot of humidity.
It does not tolerate air pollution.
It is advisable to fertilize once a year with mature manure or slow release granular fertilizer.

PLANE TREE



It is a species belonging to the deciduous trees, deciduous, very impressive, whose height is around 30 meters.
It has an erect trunk, wrapped in a smooth and thin bark of gray to brown.
The foliage is thick and roundish in appearance.
The leaves are palmate and broad, of an intense green color with evident light green veins tending to golden.
The flowers are gathered in round inflorescences: the male ones are yellowish, while the female ones are reddish in color.
The fruits look like round curls containing many seeds.
It requires a deep, well-drained and fertile soil, possibly with a calcareous or clayey component.
It is not necessary to water the plant to which rainwater is sufficient.
It is an extremely adaptable species to any weather condition and to light exposure, even if it prefers sunny areas.
It bears urban pollution, which is why it is often used to form borders on the sides of city streets, or in gardens.
It is not necessary to water the tree.
Instead it is advisable to carry out at least two fertilization cycles every year: in spring and autumn, using organic fertilizers rich in mineral substances, possibly with slow release.



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