The annual Fennel is an annual plant native to northern Africa, widespread in the wild also in central and southern Europe and in Asia; it produces ample patches of ground covering, consisting of thin stems, lignified at the base, well branched, which bear broad pinnate leaves, finely incised, which are very reminiscent of the foliage of wild fennel, light green, greyish white on the underside.
Sambuchella, also known as Aegopodium, is a perennial plant widespread in nature throughout Europe, wild varieties reach 90-100 cm in height, while varieties as widespread as garden plants are more dense and compact, they do not exceed 30 -35 cm in height. It has a ground cover development, from the fleshy rhizomes branch off thin semi-woody stems, of green color, not too branching, which bear numerous pinnate leaves, constituted by oval, serrated, dark green leaves.
Dalia: The dahlia is native to Mexico, from where it was transferred to Europe with great difficulties, mainly due to the very long journey that the bulbs had to face. Perhaps the first seeds were imported by a Swedish botanist. The poet Gothe was a great admirer of this flower, of which he has, on several occasions, praised beauty.
Glossinia Glossinia refers to a small tuberous plant, native to South America, the Gloxinia perennis; in reality the glossins that we find for sale by the florist are hybrids, which hardly resemble the mother plant, a close relative of the Saint Paulia saddle. It produces a short stubby, stocky and fleshy, herbaceous, which bears very large oval or roundish leaves, slightly fleshy, with clearly evident veins and sometimes covered by a thin light hair.
Genus that includes some cactaceae originating from South America. They usually have a globular appearance and tend to produce numerous suckers; the stem is bright green, with numerous ribs; at the base it has white thorns, on the rest of the stem the thorns are yellowish or brown. In summer it produces numerous white, pink or red flowers.
Hydrocharis morsus - ranae, commonly known as a frog bite, is a perennial aquatic plant, native to central and southern Europe and Asia. It consists of a small rosette of heart-shaped leaves, 4-5 cm in diameter, glossy and waxy; the small plant floats completely, both the root apparatus and the leaves, with the long petioles completely spread out on the surface of the water; the underside of the leaves is covered with a thick spongy tissue, which helps the plant float; in summer it produces small white flowers, the male and female flowers are found on different plants.