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Lay a hedge

On this page we will talk about: other articles: see also: The hedges put a hedge at home: To facilitate the burial of the plants that make up a hedge proceed together hedging them all together, in this way they will be positioned in a more precise and identical way . First of all, consider that between each plant we will have to leave about 50-75 cm of space, so let's get the right number of plants needed for the entire length of the area to be planted with a hedge.
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Azalea

On this page we will talk about: other articles: Azalea Azalea is not a genus in itself but is part of the rhododendron genus. This genus is divided into two groups: the rhododendrons, large evergreen or deciduous shrubs, and the azaleas, evergreen dwarf shrubs, with green leaves, or small and deciduous.
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Passiflora - Passiflora caerulea

Passion flower Hundreds of climbing shrubs belong to the genus Passiflora, all originating from South America; cataloged by religious in past centuries, their common name is due to the fact that in the plant parts very similar to the instruments of the Passion of Christ can be seen.
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Griselinia littoralis

The Griselinia littoralis is a vigorous shrub, or small tree, originating from New Zealand, evergreen; it has quite rapid growth, and can reach ten meters in height, although generally it remains within 5-6 meters. It has evergreen, oval, slightly thick and leathery leaves, bright green, sometimes tending to yellowish-green; the stem is short and gives rise to a roundish, very dense and thick crown, which makes the shrub very suitable as a hedge plant.
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Bergenia

Bergenia is a small evergreen plant native to central and southern Asia, often used as a ground cover. It is characterized by thick tufts of large curious leaves, rounded or heart-shaped, with wavy or serrated edges, dark green, which become reddish in autumn.
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Mimosa

Question: How much does the mimosa live? In my garden I have a mimosa tree about 9 m high and a trunk about 60 cm in diameter which is a real show, they told me that the mimosa does not live more than 30-35 years, should I worry? How and when can I prune it? MIMOSA PUDICA, real plant Price
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