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Garden examples

There are different types of gardens.
In each of them, depending on the different landscape features and needs and personal preferences, some assumptions must be taken into account, namely:
- extension of the garden
- type of exposure
- weather conditions
- lighting
- types of land
- coexistence between plants
The types of plants that can be housed are:
- trees
- shrubby plants
- herbaceous plants
- flowering plants
- evergreen plants
- climbing plants
- aquatic plants (if a body of water is present)


It is a classic garden, set up with extreme attention to detail, characterized by well-kept green lawns (the "English lawns"), with hedges arranged according to precise decorative geometries, with flower beds preferably composed of a single plant variety, in which often has a body of water, with shady areas flanked by ornamental benches.
It is a shrubby, evergreen, fragrant plant, used to build compact and thick hedges, which can be modeled according to geometric designs.
The stem is branched, woody and supports numerous branches.
The leaves are elongated, shiny, with smooth edges, bright green, very fragrant due to the presence of resin-producing glands.
It has male flowers of yellow color and white female flowers.
The fruits are black drupes.
It requires a very compact, well-drained and fertile soil due to the addition of organic substances.
It prefers well-sunny environments and temperate climates, with temperatures that should never fall below zero.
It must be watered regularly and fertilized every two months, using mature manure
It is a shrubby, flowering, ornamental plant, used for flower beds, for edges of avenues or to create a decorative area of ​​the garden
Presents herbaceous stems and seeds woody, rigid, erect and provided with thorns.
The leaves are oval, with continuous margins, dark green, gathered in twigs containing from 3 to leaves, in turn provided with small spines.
The flowers have a well-defined calyx that surrounds the corolla rich in many soft petals, with a fleshy consistency, with a continuous margin, an intense and very pleasant perfume, with bright colors and variations between white, pink, yellow and red.
The flowering begins in late spring to reach its peak in May.
It requires well-sunny environments and temperate and mild climates.
It must be watered regularly, at least twice a week, and fertilized with specific fertilizers for flowering plants at least once every 2 months.

It is a garden that recalls the Japanese tradition, whose constituent elements are rich in allegorical meanings, and consist of: plants, water, stones.
They propose to represent the symbolic journey of man towards eternity, recreating an ideal energy flow that facilitates spiritual contemplation.
Thus we note the coexistence of plants, with bodies of water (often crossed by bridges) and with stones arranged in a studied manner.
It has many connections with Buddhism.
It is an ornamental evergreen plant native to Japan, with tall and thin stems up to 10 meters high, robust and flexible, which rise from rhizomatous roots.
The leaves are very thin, lanceolate and elongated, light green.
It requires deep, well-drained soils, enriched with peat, sand and pine bark.
It must be housed in well-lit and climatically temperate areas.
It prefers infrequent waterings and alternates with nebulizations on the foliage.
It is advisable to fertilize with liquid fertilizers.


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