The genus aeschynanthus includes some species of climbing or prostrate epiphytic perennial plants, native to Indonesia and Borneo; the genus includes many species, often very dissimilar to each other for the color of the leaves and the shape of the flowers, which in most of the species are red or orange, and blossom in clusters at the bottom of the branches; these plants are very suitable for growing in hanging bowls.
Origin, diffusion and production characteristics The Brado delle Terre del Montefeltro belongs to the Cinta family, a well-known historical breed of distant memory: a rustic animal that supplies particularly tasty and rich meats. The Cinta has been present for centuries in the farms of central Italy, and even in the Marche, until a few years after the end of the Second World War, a breed was bred very close to this genetic type, then replaced by white breeds with high production of foreign origin.
Generality Name: Fragaria vesca L. Harvest: The leaves in spring, the fruits between the end of May and July and the roots in September. Properties: The fruits are diuretic, refreshing, nourishing and purifying the blood; the astringent, antirheumatic and astringent leaves. Family: Rosaceae. Common names: Frola, maiole, mura di terra, morello, fregul.
Generality Name: Barbarea Vulgaris Family: Crucifera Common names: St. Barbara grass, gradisella, wild rapistogno, rocket Habitat: grows well in all areas with a lot of humidity below 1500 meters Parts used: fresh leaves and seeds Barbarea, Erba Santa Barbara - Barbarea vulgaris: Properties Harvest: throughout the vegetative period preferring the summer.
Flower seeds: how to choose them Laying the flower seeds is an easy operation, provided that the times and methods set for each species are respected. Many of the flowering perennials and annuals that can be grown in the garden, in particular, are easy to propagate by sowing, and for this reason they guarantee the opportunity to count on varieties and colors that would be difficult to find in the nursery.
How to irrigate Garcinia Mangostana Garcinia Mangostana, being native to very humid and rainy areas, needs a lot of water. Therefore it is necessary to water the plant abundantly during all phases of its growth: two or three liters per day will be sufficient initially and then about ten liters for advanced growth plants.