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Camellia cultivation - Camellia japonica

Camellias in the garden The Camellias belong to the theacee, there are about a dozen species, among which only some are cultivated as ornamental plants; for centuries cultivated in Europe, in reality the Camellias come from Asia, and in particular from China, Japan and Korea. These are medium to large shrubs, ranging from a meter up to 4-5 meters if they are in the best pedoclimatic conditions; camellias are evergreen, foliage is dark green, bright, oval.
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Aralia - Fatsia japonica

Aralia da giardino It is commonly called Aralia, actually the correct botanical name is Fatsia, the only species belonging to this genus is the Fatsia japonica, also known as Aralia japonica or Aralia sieboldii. It is a medium-sized evergreen shrub, native to Japan, widespread in cultivation in most of Asia and Europe.
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Rosa gallica

Name: Rosa gallica L. Collection: In spring. Properties: Tonic, astringent. Family: Rosaceae. Common names: mis rose, red rose, common rose, mystical rose. Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis L.) Price
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Hydrangea Rampicante

Climbing hydrangeas Among the many varieties of hydrangea that we can grow, there are also climbing hydrangeas, which are obviously very appreciated for their ability to grow vertically. These plants, although they do not reach incredible height, are able to grow in height resting on a support reaching up to a couple of meters of height.
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Swimming pool filters

Each pool must have its own filter, where the water enters and exits clean. In most swimming pools a sand filtration system is used, because it guarantees a long life and a good filtration quality, as well as an economic price. The filter must be purchased based on the size of the pool and is generally sold with it.
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Narcissus

Narcissus: THE NARCISSUS On the window I was born a Narcissus and the Sun gave him his first greeting, and then I addressed him a sweet rice to thank him for having come; to thank him for coming to my window; as long as it shows itself beautiful and laughing it means that it sincerely wants me, but when I see it later it means that your good is about to end, and I will remain, when he is dead, deprived of you, of the flower and of comfort; and he will remain when he no longer lives, of the flower, of comfort and of you deprived.
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