Garden

Realization of private gardens


Realization of private gardens


For the construction of private gardens it is first of all necessary to take into consideration the cultivable space available to be able to decide which kind of plants to grow.
In fact, you can choose:
- trees
- shrubby plants
- herbaceous plants
- flowering plants
. climbing plants
- evergreen plants
It is also essential to analyze some logistic factors that can affect the choices, namely:
- extension of the garden
- exposure to sunlight
- weather conditions
- types of land
- coexistence between plants
- financial commitment.

Mimosa



Mimosa is a plant commonly used for the construction of private gardens that give splendid colors and fragrances.
It is an ornamental evergreen shrubby plant, with beautiful and very fragrant flowers, recommended to form a patch of color that is not particularly extensive.
It has a shrub-like, semi-woody stem with a height of up to 10-15 meters.
the leaves are small and very delicate, bipinnate, with alternate insertion, light green.
The flowers are small flower-shaped inflorescences, of an intense yellow color, of a feathery consistency, extremely delicate and very fragrant, with an early flowering, even if of short duration: from January to March.
After flowering the plant remains vegetating only with the leaf apparatus.
The fruits are black legumes, 5-10 cm long.
It requires a deep, well-drained soil with an acid component and possibly rich in peat and humus.
It must be housed in very sunny areas of the garden, as it fears the cold and its ideal temperature should never fall below 15 degrees.
Watering should not be too frequent: at most 2 times a month as irrigation with rainwater is sufficient to avoid damaging water stagnation.
Fertilization should be done in springs and in autumn, using mature manure or specific fertilizers for flowering plants.

Wisteria



It is an ornamental climbing climbing shrub with very decorative flowers and an intense and very pleasant aroma, particularly used to cover boundary walls, palisades or espaliers and to form a colorful corner in the garden.
It has a woody stem that needs a support to develop.
The leaves are pinnate and formed by many small light green leaves.
The flowers are small and gathered in conical cluster inflorescences, with a typical pink color tending to lilac, very fragrant.
It requires a soft, fertile, well-drained soil with a clayey component and is rich in organic material and peat.
It must be exposed in sunny areas of the garden because it fears both cold and drafts.
it must be watered regularly, at least once a week, always avoiding soaking the soil.
the fertilizations are advised to the changes of season and they must be done through liquid fertilizers rich of mineral substances indispensable for the plant's well-being.

Magnolia



It is an ornamental broad-leaved tree with beautiful white flowers with an unmistakable fragrance, recommended to create a pleasant and fragrant shaded area in the garden.
It has a woody, erect stem, up to 20-25 meters high.
The foliage is very wide and assumes a roundish shape developed in height.
The leaves are large, leathery, elliptical in shape, have an alternate insertion, and have an intense green color on the upper page to turn towards the brown on the lower one.
The flowers are very large and showy, with petals well separated, soft and fleshy, of an ivory white color, extremely and pleasantly scented.
The fruits have a similar appearance to that of pine cones, dark in color and containing many bright red seeds.
It requires fertile, well-drained soils with an acid or neutral component, possibly enriched with organic substance, peat and humus.
It must be housed in sunny garden areas as it fears cold and frost and loves temperate and mild climates.
It must be watered regularly, at least once every two weeks.
We recommend fertilizing with liquid nitrogen-rich fertilizers.

Clematis



It is an ornamental climbing plant, with large and showy flowers, very suitable for covering walls, pergolas or espaliers for decorative purposes, in gardens.
It has a very thin semi-woody stem.
The leaves are covered with a dense down and have an intense green color.
The flowers are large, have a corolla with 7 long petals separated from each other, pink tending to lilac.
Flowering is abundant.
It requires soft, fresh, well-drained soils, possibly enriched with peat and humus.
It must be housed in very sunny areas of the garden, even under direct sunlight, as it loves the heat and fears both cold and drafts.
The flowering is much more abundant and luxuriant when the exposure is suitable.
It must be watered regularly and abundantly, even without soaking the soil too much to avoid harmful water stagnation that could damage the root system.
We recommend spraying the hair often.
Fertilization is recommended at least once a week, using liquid or slow-release fertilizers.