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The Bergenia is a small and evergreen plant that originates from Asia; it is characterized by thick tufts with large, dark green and round leaves that become reddish during the autumn. Flowers have different shades that vary from white to pink, going through various nuances. This species is particularly suitable for creating borders or as a groundcover plant. It is a perennial species that grows well in any position from full sun to full shade; it doesn’t fear the cold. It needs abundant and frequent waterings in order to avoid that the soil gets dry.
It is a succulent and evergreen in the family Aizoaceae, hailing from South Africa. It is a bush characterized by long, thin, fleashy, dark-green leaves with prostrate branches on which daisy-shaped, yellow and orange flowers blossom. It is a particularly suitable plant for creating coloured spots in the gardens.
Iberis is a perennial and herbaceous plant in the family Brassicaceae hailing from Southern Europe and Western Asia. It has oval, leathery and dark-green leaves and it produces white, yellow or pink flowers, which are collected in small bunches making iberis an ideal plant for decorating borders and rocky gardens.
Strawberry is a perennial plant hailing from Europe in the family Rosaceae. It is known for the production of the fleshy, intense red fruit. It can also be a small ornamental plant, not higher than 20-30 cm, with large, oval, bright-green leaves and five-petalled, white or pink flowers.
It is a small perennial plant, cultivated as an annual plant. The Verbena belongs to the family Verbenaceae and it originates from Central and South America and from Europe. It has hanging shape and long branches. The light green leaves are small, oval, sharp, dentate and with marked veins. It produces small and strongly perfumed flowers, variously colored, from white to pink, red, purple and speckled bicolor. The flowers are collected in spikes at the end of the branches. According to the tradition it is a holy plant and it has curative, analgesic and healing properties.
It is an evergreen shrub in the family Malvaceae, hailing from Asia (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis) and widespread throughout Europe and in the tropical areas of America. It has large indented and glossy green leaves and it produces five-petalled, funnel-shaped flowers, which are quite large and brightly coloured, from white to pink, to yellow, orange, and of course the iconic deep red. In the central part of the flower, the colour of which is usually in constrast with the petals, there is a large stamen.
Our mediterranean climate well suits this plant in the family Proteaceae hailing from Australia. The grevillea blooms during springtime and its flowers are characterised by a long calyx that develops into coloured curls from which small flexed stomata and a single pistil emerge. There are several species of grevillea and some of them can also be cultivated in coastal areas as they can withstand sea salt. In most species the flowers are very nectariferous which makes grevilleas excellent plants for attracting insects and birds.