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Species of flowering plants, the genus of Primroses

There are more than five hundred different species of flowering plants, included in the genus of Primroses, belonging to the Primulaceae family. Used and cultivated for ornamental purposes, they are native to the European and Asian continents. These plants are characterized by an early and colorful flowering that begins just before the end of winter. They can be perennial and evergreen, the foliage develops like a rosette and is ovate in shape, dark green in color. The inflorescences are umbrella-shaped and group single or double flowers, according to the different varieties and are available in many shades of color. They require a soil composed of peat and sand, they prefer areas sheltered from currents and not too sunny. Watering must be frequent in spring and summer.

The species of Philesia magellanica, flowering plants


The only species of the genus called Philesia is the so-called Philesia magellanica, native to South America, belongs to the Liliaceae family. Flowering shrub-like plants, the foliage is evergreen, linear and lanceolate, dark green in color. The flowering period begins in late spring, the buds appear at the ends of the branches, they are funnel-shaped and waxy, of an intense pink color. They adapt to different environmental contexts as long as they are sheltered from cold currents. They like fertile, non-calcareous and well-drained soil. The best exposure is in partial shade while irrigations must be frequent and regular, both in spring and in summer, avoiding water stagnation, which is deleterious for the root system of Pihlesia magellanica plants.

Flowering plants called Angel’s Trombone


Known as Angel’s Trombone, the plants called Brugmansia belong to the Solanaceae family and are native to South America. The foliage is large, lanceolate, light green in color, the flowering period begins in summer and lasts throughout the season. The inflorescences are very large, over fifteen centimeters in length, scented according to the different varieties and bell-shaped. They have a drooping habit and can be white, pink and orange in color. They do not require excessive cultivation attention, they adapt to fertile soils, mixed with clay to ensure correct irrigation drainage. They live in full sun but prefer shaded areas, sheltered from the currents. Irrigation must be very abundant, especially in summer.

The genus of Kalmia, flowering plants


There are eight species of plants that belong to the genus called Kalmia, belonging to the Ericaceae family. These plants are native to North America. The habit is shrubby and the branches are dense and compact. The leaves are oval in shape and dark green in color, the flowering period begins in spring and also continues during the summer. The inflorescences are gathered in clusters and are made up of small simple flowers, formed by five petals. They can be white or pink, with red dots. Kalmia plants prefer soils with an acid pH but also adapt to poor or rocky environmental contexts. Exposure to partial shade guarantees greater flowering while watering must be very frequent during the summer season,

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