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Sissi

Sissi-cig "title =" ROSAI RAMPICANTI Sissi Cig - rosa sissi "> ROSAI RAMPICANTI Sissi Cig SISSI Cig® It is a climbing variation of the famous SISSI® variety, one of the first mauve hybrid Thea roses, well known and appreciated. climbing vine, equally fragrant, brings a touch of incomparable pastel in the variety of climbing roses.
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Flowers

Erythronium dens canis

Erythronium dens canis: LILIACEAE ERYTHRONIUM DENS-CANIS L. Dog's tooth Plant high 5 - 10 cm. Tunicate oblong solid bulb. 2 basal leaves ovary-oblong glaucous with purple spots. Pinkish purple pendulous solitary flower, with 6 tepals which, when joined to the tube base, fold backwards. Flower.
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Garden

Astro - Aster dumosus - Aster domusus

The Aster dumosus is a small, lively, ground-covering shrub native to North America that can reach 40-50 cm in height. These asters form dense roundish bushes, very branched, with small green leaves and smooth and widen by means of large stolons in a rapid manner when the conditions are ideal for its development.
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Fruit and Vegetables

Exotic fruits

By now they have become an increasingly constant presence in the supermarket counter, while once they were consumed only on special occasions, such as Christmas or other holidays. These are exotic fruits: fruits from tropical areas of the world, where delicacies with bizarre and peculiar shapes and colors are produced.
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Fat plants

Mother-in-law's pillow - Echinocactus grusonii

The pillow of mother-in-law Cactacea very common in cultivation originating from the arid areas of Mexico; the botanical name is echinocactus grusonii, and about ten species belong to the genus, all originating in Central America; the name echinocactus derives from the Greek Echinos, or porcupine; and in fact these cactuses look a little like porcupines: they have a rounded shape, only slightly columnar in very old specimens; the surface is crossed by rather evident ribs, covered by spiny areoles; the spines of the grusone are typically light yellow, very large and pointed.
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Fat plants

Hatiora salicornioides

Epiphytic cactus native to Brazil. It has thin cylindrical stems, divided into numerous segments, erect or slightly arched, completely without thorns, light green in color, very branched; in nature they can grow to heights of over one meter, generally in the container they reach 50-60 cm in height and width.
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