The cyclamen in the photo is a riot of colors that range in color from snow-white to dark pink. Cyclamen grows well at home if conditions are right for it. Cyclamen is a tuberous plant that descended from the Persian cyclamen that grows in the Middle East and in the forests of Turkey.
Jasmine The genus Jasminum, belonging to the Oleacee family, has about 250 species of flowering shrubs, often climbing, falling or prostrate, evergreen or deciduous, with yellow, white or pinkish-white flowers, often intensely scented. Most of them originate from Asia, 10-15 species are commonly cultivated in the central-southern areas of our peninsula, some of which can be planted even in the north, in some cases requiring shelter for the winter months.
Since ancient times, radish has been grown on our land. And if earlier our great-grandfathers ate mainly black varieties, then in recent years in Russian gardens it is increasingly possible to meet a white guest from Japan - Daikon or sweet radish. Like its "dark-skinned" domestic relative, Daikon is useful for colds, as well as disorders of the liver, gallbladder, intestines.
Cast iron fountains represent a recurring element in Italian cities, which we find placed along the streets or in the squares. Use may be public or private. Surely among the drinking fountains those made of cast iron are more widespread than the monumental fountains. PAPILLON Cast iron garden wall fountain Mod Stubai 35x26x54 cm Papillon Price
Butcher's broom The plant commonly known as "butcher's broom" is actually called Ruscus and belongs to the Ruscaceae family. This genus includes about 6 species that grow spontaneously in Europe and the Middle East. The most widespread and known is the Ruscus aculeatus, often confused with a small holly; in southern Europe, however, Ruscus hypoglossum and microglossum, both smaller, are also quite common.
Solanum jasminoides is a beautiful evergreen climber, also known as jasmine at night originating in southern America; it has dark green foliage, shiny and slightly leathery, lanceolate; from April to May to winter colds it produces small white flowers, star-shaped, gathered in bunches at the apexes of flexible branches.