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It belongs to the family Caryophyllaceae and it originates from Western Europe (France and Spain). The Montana Sandwort is an evergreen plant characterized by little and dark green leaves. It produces a cushion with many pure white flowers that cover the whole vegetation. Since it is a particularly rustic plant, it is very suitable for decorating rocky gardens. It blooms in April and it prefers sunny positions.
February, March, April
Full sun, Half shade
It originates from Southern Africa and it belongs to the family Aizoacee. It is a perennial succulent plant that produces colored flowers similar to little daisies. The leaves are sturdy and fleshy and they contain a very sticky lymph that gives the plant a very strong and compact appearance.
It belongs to the family Saxifragaceae and it originates from the arctic temperate regions. The Saxifraga Arendsii is a groundcover and evergreen herbaceous plant characterized by small elongated leaves of an intense green color. It has thin stems that carry very resistant flowers in the shape of a red flattened star (there is also a white flower variety and with lighter leaflets, “Saxifraga Paniculata”). It is an ideal plant to be cultivated in rocky gardens since it has roots capable of taking root even among stones.
Exuberant and unusual, the Penstemons bloom throughout the summer, bringing joy and color even when the other plants, for the oppressive heat, take a break. It originates from North America and it belongs to a particularly small variety that grows in the mountains on stony ground, very close to the ground. The plant forms several spikes, which are covered with many small flowers similar to the bells: blue, purple and red. It needs full sun and it is resistant to cold.
It is known in different regions with different names: in Italian it is called porcellana, procaccia, purselana (Liguria), erba grassa (Lombardia), barzellana (Sardegna). In ancient Egypt it was already known as medical plant. It probably originates from Asia. It has reddish, fleshy, very branched stems and a prostrate shape which makes it an excellent groundcover plant: from June until the first autumn cold numerous rose-shaped flowers bloom on the apex of the branches, with wrinkled looking petals that close in the dark. It needs sun and regular watering.
It is a succulent and evergreen belonging to the family Aizoaceae and it originates from South Africa. It is a bush characterized by long leaves, thin and fleshy, dark green with prostrate branches on which there are daisy shaped flowers, yellow and orange. It is a particularly suitable plant for creating “colored spots” in the gardens.