After the Cedar of Lebanon, it was time to present the Himalayan Cedar, the Cedrus deodara. And if the first is the Cedar of God, the Himalayan Cedar is the Cedar of the Gods – their abode and home. Of course beyond that, it is still a conifer tree of particular beauty and of great ornamental value.
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.
Particularly widespread plant, Chlorophytum comosum or Spider Plant owes its popularity to its bicolor variety of ‘Variegatum’ rather than to it itself. Of course, without this there would be no variety, which in itself is an extremely serious reason for presenting this wonderful plant.
In the beginning, the Rubber Plant employed the industry, since it was the main source of rubber production. But with the invention of synthetic rubber in 1909 by the German chemist Friedrich Hoffmann, the plant abandoned industry and triumphantly entered in gardens and homes. And that was an excellent choice.
The botanical characters, varieties and ornamental use of Ficus lyrata will find fertile soil to germinate in the following article, whose main theme is the description of the plant. If they do not germinate, the suffering of the ‘Kalliergeia’ editorial team will be indescribable. The same holds true for the article.
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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.