For lovers of the plant along with the Basil gives the characteristic touch to the Greek island (and not only) landscape: OLES the information you will need to obtain an impressive bougainvillea in the garden or in a pot. If you are not yet a lover, the pictures will convince you!
Soils, depending on the acidity (ph) divided roughly 3 categories:
1. Acidic soils, with ph of 0 (highly acidic) εως ph 6
2. Neutral soils, with ph of 6 to 8 and
3. Alkali soil (basically), with ph of 8 to 14 (extremely alkaline)
Beyond the personal taste of the party’ one to the flowering plants, there are others, a very important factors to be taken into consideration in the selection and purchase.
1. Lighting conditions, kind of soil
The spurge is pachyfyto, who loves the sun and prefers porous soil, clayey and sandy. There are many species that fit the rock garden. All have poisonous milky juice (about’ are also called spurge) gray-green foliage and yellowish flowers.
The main categories are divided plants flower garden are:
1. Short flowering plants
It is usually rich flowering plants in the spring and summer months. After flowering dry and the next year they need replacing.
The rock gardens can be divided into several categories, depending plants, material or technique by which they are made.
Mediterranean rocky garden
As its name, the rock garden includes Mediterranean plants, resistant to Mediterranean climatic conditions, ie a relatively mild winter and hot, dry summer. Includes many aromatic plants, characteristics of the Mediterranean region, eg. thyme, oregano, lavender.
The topsoil of the garden can have depth 20 to 60 cm. It consists mainly of humus and mineral particles. These are divided into clay (very fine granules), mud (medium grain) and sand (large granules). Depending on the degree to which they participate grains in soil composition, is divided into 4 categories:
These themes there are so far about gardening.
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