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It belongs to the family Nyctaginaceae, which originates from the tropical zones of South America. It is a climbing evergreen shrub, with sarmentose and thorny branches. Its small, tubular, white or yellow flowers bloom on top of three large, typically pink or fuchsia bracts (nontheless, many varieties with different colours can be found: they can be white, yellow, red, or deep-purple). In order to facilitate its blooming it is necessary full sunlight; shady locations will instead favor vigorous foliage growth. They fear intense frosts.
March, April, May, June
Hailing from Australia, Handerbergia is a climbing, ever-green plant in the family Fabaceae, It has a woody stem and lilac, white, or pink inflorescences start blooming in spring. It well withstand lower temperatures, it does not need abundant irrigation and it prefers sunny exposures.
It is an evergreen climbing plant with a vigorous and quick growth. From late spring to late summer it produces numerous pink and bell-shaped flowers. Ideal position for this plant is a sunny or partially shaded location. Since it fears intense frost, it is recommended to keep it sheltered from the wind.
It is an evergreen climbing plant belonging to the Apocinaceae and it originates from Southern America. The Mandevillea Suaveolens is vaguely similar to the Dipladenia but it’s different from it because its leaves are bigger, wrinkled (particularly evident in the “Alice du Pont”) and brighter. It is different as well for the size of the flowers that are larger and slightly perfumed.
The Wisteria is a climbing plant belonging to family Fabaceae an it originates from China and Japan. It has light green leaves and it develops wrapping on any support, literally colonizing railings and pergolas. It is characterized by an abundant and cluster hanging blooming of lilac /purple color (20 cm) that blooms along the entire length of the branches and releases a pleasant fragrance.
It is a fruit tree belonging in Moraceae and originating from Western Asia and it has a particularly developed root system, which makes it resistant to droughts. It has a robust, greyish trunk and large, rough, lobed leaves; its distinctive sap is sticky and milky. The Ficus Carica has two different botanical forms: the male, “caprifig” and the female, “true fig”. Both forms produce the common round and fleshy fruits with green or violet peel, only the fruits of the female plants, however, are edible since they are fertilized. The principal responsible for the process of “caprification” is an insect, the Blastophaga psenes.
Its common name is Rhyncospermum but it could also be called Jasmine. It is a climbing shrub belonging to the family Apocynaceae. It prefers full sun zones in which it creates very vigorous branches and inflorescences. If it is preferred to lengthen the branches, compromising the level of the blooming, it is necessary to place the plant in a semi-shaded area.