The Chervil The botanical name of the chervil is "Anthriscus cerefolium", and is a plant that belongs to the Umbelliferae family. The plant very much resembles a small miniature fern and has the characteristic of having the leaves of a very light green, but in Autumn they turn red.
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Flower gardens To set up beautiful flower gardens, depending on the size, various types of plants can be used, namely: - trees (ornamental or fruit trees) - bushes - herbaceous plants - evergreens - climbing plants These are plants from the ground , adaptable to the climatic conditions, to the luminous exposure and to the external soils, which have very different needs from those of indoor plants.
May works for indoor plants During this beautiful month, May, our plants are resuming their life cycle "at full speed" following a period of stalemate due to the lowering of temperatures and to the typical climatic conditions of winter; if we have not already done so in April, then it is good that we prepare our plants when spring comes.
Drying flowers Drying flowers is an art that embodies a remarkable capacity, attention and patience during the process, nevertheless it is essential to have a strong aesthetic sense to then realize with the dried flowers compositions pleasant to see. Dried flowers possess a great charm and a great advantage: if the drying is done in a workmanlike manner they will last a very long time and therefore can be used to create beautiful decorations.
Il Buon Enrico The botanical name of what in slang is called the Buon Enrico и Chenopodium Bonus-Henricus. It is a sometimes creeping herbaceous plant that manages to branch out in an exemplary manner even if it reaches an average height of only 60 centimeters. The leaves of this plant are characteristic because they are undulating and have the typical shape of an arrow so much that they are called sagittate or astate.