The editorial team of ‘Kalliergeia’ with the immense – as the small universe – pride, joins the ranks of its articles, after the Cedar of Lebanon, the peer Himalayan Cedar.
The extremely small Genus Cedrus (Cedrus Trew) consists of coniferous trees whose value is inversely proportional to the minimum of its species. Indeed, the Cedar of Lebanon, the Deodar Cedar, the Atlas Cedar, along with the Cyprus Cedar, form important forest ecosystems, from Himalayas up to Atlas Mountains in Morocco.
Anthurium andraeanum, the Flamingo Flower, remains one of the most popular indoor plants, both for its impressive flower and for its particular foliage beauty. The following article gives basic information about its botanical characteristics, its properties and its use.
Spider Plant (Chlorophytum comosum) is one of the most useful and highly ornamental indoor plants. Actually not exactly that, but some of its variegated leaves varieties, of which the most common and recognizable of all is Chlorophytum comosum ‘Variegatum’.
Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica) occupies a prominent place in world agricultural history, while at the same time it is an important economic cultivation. It is used in a variety of ways – in the past it has been the main source of rubber production – but here, in this article, we will only deal with its ornamental side.
Ficus lyrata, the Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree, also belongs to the Ficus Great of Stranglers Genus. This fact, however, in no way hindered its other partner and co-partner on this planet, the Homo Genus than to chasten it, using it widely as an ornamental plant.
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Planting or making a hole in the water? Anyhow somebody can see, it is certain that the artificial island, Freedom Cove, created by Mrs Catherine King and Mr. Wayne Adams in Canada, includes many plants, a vegetable garden and four greenhouses. As for the hole, yes and that is there. For fishing from the living room.