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MAPLE TREEIt is a deciduous and deciduous tree, with a majestic and imposing appearance, with a columnar trunk up to 40 meters high, rapidly growing.The leaves are large, palmate or lobed with 5 distinct lobes, with rounded edges and toothed margin, dark green on the upper side and whitish below, forming a broad and rounded crown.The hermaphrodite flowers gather in cluster-like inflorescences with a yellowish green color.The fruit is a double samara.It requires a fresh and well drained soil, enriched with peat and humus, never with an acid component.It must be housed in shady and cool areas, preferably not exposed to direct sunlight.CHESTNUTIt is a very long-lived deciduous tree, deciduous, which includes an imposing and columnar stem, up to 30 m high, covered with a smooth and glossy bark, of a greyish-brown color.The leaves have a lanceolate shape with a serrated edge and a sharp apex, with an alternate arrangement, and form a thick and rounded crown.The male flowers are white and gathered in glomerulus-shaped inflorescences; the female flowers only isolated and wrapped in numerous bracts.The fruit, brown and glossy, has a rounded shape with a pointed apex and a convex base: it is the chestnut, edible and tasty for humans.It appears enclosed in a green and thorny shell called a hedgehog, which opens when fully ripe.It requires a fresh and deep soil with an acid and non-calcareous component.It is a species well adaptable to different climatic conditions.WHITE FIRIt is a long-lived and imposing tree, up to 40 meters high, with a slender trunk covered with a smooth and dark gray bark, which supports many branches arranged horizontally.The leaves are bright dark green and have a rounded margin.The fruits have the appearance of cylindrical and compact pine cones, arranged in the apical portion of the plant, of a color that changes from light green to dark brown.It requires a deep, fresh and well drained soil, enriched with organic material.It prefers environmental conditions with considerable humidity and tolerates the cold well.Shrubby and bushy species

It is an ornamental evergreen shrub up to twenty meters high, which can live both on the ground and potted.
It has rhizomatous roots from which robust and flexible cylindrical stems are born, with very thin lanceolate leaves of bright green color.
It requires a deep, well-drained soil, enriched with peat, sand and shredded pine bark.
It prefers the shady and humid areas of the garden, with not too intense sunshine.
It is necessary to water frequently, especially in the warm months, alternating with nebulisations on the foliage.
It is advisable to fertilize at least once a month with liquid fertilizer low in nitrogen.

Herbaceous species

It is an evergreen or semi evergreen herbaceous plant depending on the variety.
It presents an underground rhizome from which a herbaceous stem starts, up to a meter high, with leaves with full pennate or bipinnate lamina, slender, arched or hanging, of a bright green color.
The plant forms thick tufts that prefer the shady and humid areas of the garden, with a mild climate (minimum temperature of ten degrees).
It requires frequent spraying and fertilization to be carried out at least once a month.
in interior gardens It is advisable not to lodge flowering plants, whose growth is mostly dependent on a good sunshine, but to favor the types of plants exposed above.