Ficus

Φίκος Μπέντζαμιν (Ficus benjamina) τα Φύλλα του Φυτού

Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina) – Description & Uses

The Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina) remains consistently popular among the plant lovers around the world for decades, and we here at “Kalliergeia” are very excited to be able to describe botanically another plant – strangler, along with its properties and uses both as indoor and as in garden and landscape ornamental.

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Ο Φίκος Ελάστικα (Ficus elastica) Φυτεμένος στο Έδαφος

Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica) – Description and Uses

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.

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Φίκος Λυράτα (Ficus lyrata), τα Φύλλα του Φυτού

Ficus lyrata (Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree) – Description and Uses

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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Γένος Φίκος - Κινέζικο Δέντρο Μπανυάν (Ficus microcarpa)

Genus Ficus (Ficus L.): Classification, Description and Uses

The genus Ficus constitutes one of the most numerous taxonomic ranks of the plant kingdom, including plants of great ecological and economic importance. Among them are two species, the Common Fig (Ficus carica) and the Sycamore Fig (Ficus sycomorus), which were among the first fruit trees cultivated by man.

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Pharmaceutical Use of Fig - Figs Color Violet Variety

Ficus carica – Ethnobotanical and Pharmaceutical Use of Fig – Part 1

The pharmaceutical use of fig in contemporary and traditional medicine, is the main theme of this series of articles. That series starts – beyond the obvious botanical interest for the tree itself – from a proverb in various versions found on many peoples. Approximately, this proverb says ‘your food your medicine and medicine your food‘.

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Great and ancient the ceramic art. And constantly renewed and evolving, when it is – literally – found in the hands of experienced and inventive masters. Yo Se Yeon from the city of Icheon, South Korea, does not have such ambitious goals. But he is such a master. And simply and humbly, as a continuator of a 5,000-year tradition, he devotes us some of his time and some objet d’arts.

The Care of Money Tree (Pachira aquatica)

The Pahira aquatica or Money Tree belongs to the category of ornamental, mainly indoor plants, that have gained planetary spread only in the last decades. The following article is dedicated to this plant and in particular to the ways that the friend of the plant must keep in mind for its perfect maintenance.

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And Death Shall Have no Dominion – Dylan Thomas

The poem “And Death Shall Have no Dominion”, by the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, is dedicated to the death-ologists and death-lovers of Medicine, Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical who systemic cooperate, at least the last two years, for the (well)coming of the Big Brother Brave New World.

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Tulip Types or Cultivar Groups of the Plant

A relatively vague field, that of the grouping of Tulip plants or Divisions from a Horticultural point of view, comes to cover this article, providing all the information that will help the plant lover and the researcher to get to know better these wonderful bulbous species and their cultivars and varieties.

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Φίκος Μπέντζαμιν (Ficus benjamina) τα Φύλλα του Φυτού

Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina) – Description & Uses

The Weeping Fig (Ficus benjamina) remains consistently popular among the plant lovers around the world for decades, and we here at “Kalliergeia” are very excited to be able to describe botanically another plant – strangler, along with its properties and uses both as indoor and as in garden and landscape ornamental.

Read More »
Ο Φίκος Ελάστικα (Ficus elastica) Φυτεμένος στο Έδαφος

Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica) – Description and Uses

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.

Read More »
Φίκος Λυράτα (Ficus lyrata), τα Φύλλα του Φυτού

Ficus lyrata (Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree) – Description and Uses

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.

Read More »
Γένος Φίκος - Κινέζικο Δέντρο Μπανυάν (Ficus microcarpa)

Genus Ficus (Ficus L.): Classification, Description and Uses

The genus Ficus constitutes one of the most numerous taxonomic ranks of the plant kingdom, including plants of great ecological and economic importance. Among them are two species, the Common Fig (Ficus carica) and the Sycamore Fig (Ficus sycomorus), which were among the first fruit trees cultivated by man.

Read More »
Pharmaceutical Use of Fig - Figs Color Violet Variety

Ficus carica – Ethnobotanical and Pharmaceutical Use of Fig – Part 1

The pharmaceutical use of fig in contemporary and traditional medicine, is the main theme of this series of articles. That series starts – beyond the obvious botanical interest for the tree itself – from a proverb in various versions found on many peoples. Approximately, this proverb says ‘your food your medicine and medicine your food‘.

Read More »

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Great and ancient the ceramic art. And constantly renewed and evolving, when it is – literally – found in the hands of experienced and inventive masters. Yo Se Yeon from the city of Icheon, South Korea, does not have such ambitious goals. But he is such a master. And simply and humbly, as a continuator of a 5,000-year tradition, he devotes us some of his time and some objet d’arts.

The Care of Money Tree (Pachira aquatica)

The Pahira aquatica or Money Tree belongs to the category of ornamental, mainly indoor plants, that have gained planetary spread only in the last decades. The following article is dedicated to this plant and in particular to the ways that the friend of the plant must keep in mind for its perfect maintenance.

Read More »

And Death Shall Have no Dominion – Dylan Thomas

The poem “And Death Shall Have no Dominion”, by the great Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, is dedicated to the death-ologists and death-lovers of Medicine, Epidemiology, Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical who systemic cooperate, at least the last two years, for the (well)coming of the Big Brother Brave New World.

Read More »

Tulip Types or Cultivar Groups of the Plant

A relatively vague field, that of the grouping of Tulip plants or Divisions from a Horticultural point of view, comes to cover this article, providing all the information that will help the plant lover and the researcher to get to know better these wonderful bulbous species and their cultivars and varieties.

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