Personal garden

The environment of nature is an environment that manages to have a truly incredible effect on the human being; in fact, what happens and that for many people is inexplicable is that once we find ourselves within a natural landscape (whether small or large), a sense of peace and serenity immediately pervades us that we rarely find in other situations with the same ease. Many scientific and statistical studies have been carried out on the why, on the reasons for this systematic event; obviously the definition of “systematic”, that is, it affects everyone, is not accidental: we challenge anyone to deny the fact of going to a natural place to relax! Let’s think about it, even going for a walk on the beach is to immerse yourself in something totally natural, so you will find it! Returning to scientific studies, all have come to demonstrate that we feel good in nature because it is genetically that our body knows it is comfortable with it: it is a (positive) residue of the many thousands of years that man has lived in contact with nature, which has always provided everything necessary to live and therefore must be recognized as the creative mother of our lives. And in fact there is a good basis for believing that prehistoric men were little stressed …

The hobby

Continuing in the wake of the previous paragraph and returning briefly, the very peace we feel by immersing ourselves in nature has prompted many people to recreate a corner of personal nature to keep at their exclusive disposal whenever we need it. In fact, the places we live in today are so far from true nature or are so “messed up” that they cannot reach it without accumulating other massive doses of stress. A personal garden, if you can afford it, is the perfect situation: always available, very close and exactly shaped to our tastes. Moreover, recently, taking care of your garden or anyway your plants (for those who cannot afford a garden, two pots on the balcony or terrace will be enough) has also become a hobby: cutting large and old branches

The anemone

In your personal garden you can end up with all the plants that we like most and that we want to have the most, without any limits because it is all ours. The only two mandatory limits are the climatic one (you cannot plant citrus fruits if you live in the Aosta Valley) and that of space (ditto, you cannot plant a pine in a two-by-three garden near the house, in about ten days. years could seriously bring it down); then there is the economic limit, but high-cost and completely irrelevant plants as garden plants are very rare. A plant that instead finds ample space is the anemone: do not be fooled by the name, we are not talking about the colorful aquatic living being, but about a plant very famous for its flower, as simple as it is capable of enchanting, also because of the very lively colors. This plant lends itself well to cultivation in the garden first of all because it adapts to all climates present on the Italian territory, perhaps excluding only those of the high mountains (but with due protection it can be done). Not only that, it has non-invasive growth characteristics, that is, it does not have that rapidity of increasing volume that could risk ruining our garden by covering all the other plants within a few days, as can happen with a hernia.

Anemone: Bulbs of anemone

Among the many characteristics that deserve a description of the Anemone plant, in this article we focus on its underground part: the bulb. In fact, the anemone belongs to that group, numerous especially for flowering plants, whose common denominator is precisely the bulbar root system; the classic root as we know it is replaced by a single central structure of a certain size, from which the plant emerges upwards and from which a few and small roots that can be defined as “secondary” branch downwards. The difference with the seed is evident: when the plant is born the seed disappears, while the bulb always remains there and not only because when the plant ends its seasonal cycle, everything except the bulb itself, which can be stored (in a dry place , dark and constant and medium temperature) and replanted the following year for a new plant. As for the anemone, the bulbs for sale are usually dehydrated; place them in lukewarm water overnight in order to rehydrate them and you will see that they will take on a certain volume. Well, in the two main sides they present, one will be scaly (with very small buds) and the other will be smooth: the first must be placed upwards in a peaty soil to have the plant.

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