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Baldellia ranunculoides

Baldellia ranunculoides is an aquatic plant with deciduous leaves, native to Europe and Asia. It constitutes tufts of green leaves, some develop underwater and have an elongated shape, others grow at the base of the stems, have an oval, elongated shape, with short petioles, and are marked by three deep veins.
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Garden furniture

Slide

The slides have a very simple structure that allows the child to have fun both alone and in the company of his friends. It is a game that is usually present inside the parks, but that can also be installed in your own garden, where there is enough space.
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Fat plants

Aztekium

This genus includes only two species of cactaceae originating from Mexico. They grow very slowly and the specimens over the years can reach 15-20 cm in diameter, also producing many side shoots; they have a globular body, gray-green in color, with 9-11 ribs, of which the most pronounced bear small areolas with white spines that come off over the years.
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Garden

Tagete - Tagetes

Genus of 50 species of herbaceous plants, annual and perennial, of which some horticultural species and hybrids are cultivated in the borders and in the flower beds, with simple heads, similar to those of daisies, or double, similar to the flowers of the carnation. They are excellent plants for producing cut flowers, which last long immersed in water.
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Flowers

Crown

Crown: The Imperial Crown is originally from Turkey. Precisely for this reason in Italy it has been known since ancient times as an oriental lily. Despite not being particularly fragrant, the fame enjoyed by the Imperial Crown in the field of flowers is of absolute importance. The elegance of the posture, as well as the height that the plant can reach, make the Imperial Crown dominate over all the other flowers.
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Garden

Flowering tobacco - Nicotiana alata

The Nicotiana genus brings together numerous annual and perennial herbaceous plants, originating from the American continent. Nicotiana alata is a perennial species, cultivated as an annual in cold climates, but which resists the rigors of winter if placed in a sheltered place. It forms dense bushes, 30-60 cm and even more; the flowers are tubular, with five petals, pink, red and white, they bloom throughout the summer, until autumn.
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