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Pitosforo

On this page we will talk about: other articles: pitosforo: Medium or large shrub, the most widespread species in Italy is the pitosforo tobira; has evergreen leaves, spatula-shaped, which develop into bunches, shiny and slightly leathery; it is a rustic and vigorous shrub, which tends to adapt even in non-ideal cultivation conditions.
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Eriophorum

Eriophorum: ERIOPHORUM SCHEUCHZERI Hoppe CYPERACEAE Round plume Hygrophilous plant 10 - 35 cm tall, stoloniferous. Smooth cylindrical stem; linear radical leaves. Single terminal inflorescence, which becomes a voluminous white bow when ripe. Fior: VI - IX. It grows in damp peat mountain places on poor calcium soils.
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Rafflesia

The Rafflesia is a genus that has about twenty parasitic plants, widespread in central and southern Asia. These are very particular plants, which live only as parasites on specimens of tetrastigma, large climbers of the rainforests. They are completely devoid of foliage, stem and roots, and sink their austori directly into the tissues of the host plant.
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Variegated leaves

The variegated leaves More and more often in nurseries we find plants, sometimes even the most common and widespread, with foliage of particular color, with pink, yellow, white streaks or zoning; in most cases these are not incredible genetic manipulations, in reality they are real mutations, which occur randomly in nature.
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Battery-powered programmers

The battery-powered programmers are represented by a small device made of plastic and running on battery that allows to set the necessary parameters to start the irrigation system. The choice to install a battery-powered programmer is dictated by the need to have a constant daily irrigation, even if you are not present at home.
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Nasturtium, Tropeolo - Tropeolum majus

Name: Tropaeolum majus L. Harvest: Leaves in April, buds in May. Properties: Expectorant, tonic, antispasmidic, bechico. Family: Tropeolaceae. Common names: Indian cress, Capuchin, gardens tape. Habitat: It does not grow spontaneously in Italy. The traditional cabbage of Vinigo di Cadore Price
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