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Pyracantha and Cotoneaster

Pyracantha and Cotoneaster Pyracantha and cotoneaster are two kinds of evergreen shrubs belonging to the Rosaceae family; both genera originate from North America, Europe and Asia, with numerous species and varieties as widespread as garden plants. They develop erect or creeping shrubs, ranging in size from 35-45 cm of the prostrate cotoneaster, up to 3-4 meters of species used to create hedges.
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Flowers

Datura

Datura: Datura La Datura is a flower known since ancient times; already the Aztecs use its leaves and seeds, with a strong narcotizing power, especially during religious rites, for which great involvement and absolute abandonment to the needs of the gods was required. The use of Datura soon spread to our continent.
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Garden furniture

Italian garden design

The Italian garden is a garden that has a strong impact for those who visit it, which is mainly striking is the rigor with which it is designed. This is absolutely not a disorganized green space but an area, where design adheres to specific rules.
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Garden

Chervil - Anthriscus cerefolium

Anthriscus cerefolium is an annual herbaceous plant native to the Mediterranean regions of Europe; dense form of erect stems, 30-40 cm tall, with small, thin green leaves, similar to parsley, with a delicate anise aroma. In summer it produces small pink or white flowers. TO.
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Garden furniture

Zen fountains

The Zen fountain is a rather peculiar fountain but above all very different from the classic fountains that we are used to seeing in Italian gardens. The Zen fountain, as well as all the Zen philosophy, responds to the need to be rather minimalist and essential. The fountain is a rather important element to keep in mind, the flow of water, even in the Zen garden, is a pleasant natural sound that helps you relax.
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