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The nature of the garden

Many of our readers are great fans of the garden and of the passion linked to its care, namely gardening; but it may not be the case, since we are lucky enough to be followed by people who are simply curious about some specific topic. Honestly, from personal experience, we are almost sure that many of you, dear readers, will have tried at least once in your life to answer that question which reads: “Why does the garden have such a beautiful effect on us humans?”. Sometimes it may seem difficult, but the reason is one and only one: the garden is a piece of nature entirely dedicated to us, and there is nothing better for man, a splendid fruit of the natural power that it has a extraordinary relationship, given that nature acts positively both on the body and on the soul and mood of man, despite it it seems that he seeks escape from everything natural or that he fights it (but we must remember that we will never win, even though we should not really fight since for us nature can only do positive things). Well, therefore it seems evident that the human being is positively influenced by the atmosphere, by the scents and by the colors of the plants, and that having them in his garden he can use them whenever he wishes and this is the greatest good we can have. Then it is clear that man must always intervene with his own hand, so he contributes to beautifying his garden with tools and furnishings of his liking which then often are also useful for some functions such as sitting down (and here we think of chairs, armchairs and hammocks, classic for a private garden),

The most popular plants


What are the plants most pleasing to humans? This is the question of which the title of the paragraph is intended to be an extreme synthesis, a question which, however, has a too personal flavor, which concerns too much subjective tastes and which is therefore difficult to answer univocally. In fact, both the choice of plants for the garden and the choice of one’s “favorite” plant are exclusively personal things, in which you can make statistics and groupings of results, but little else. Let’s say immediately that the most popular plants in a garden, at least in Italy, are of three types: fruit plants, coniferous or similar plants and flowering plants. The first group, that of fruit plants, it is particularly loved in Italy due to the strong link with our land and the perfect climate for these plants on most of the Italian peninsula. In general, the most popular are citrus fruits, very easy to make fruit and appreciated by everyone, but cherry, peach and apricot are also very popular, whose fruits are very welcome and above all because in the flowering period they are beautiful and fragrant. . Coniferous plants are evergreen and very long-lived plants that populate almost the entire Earth and which are suitable for gardens of a certain size and a certain “freedom” in the contours, because these plants grow at a nice pace and above all often become very large. large. Flowering plants, especially those small in size,

Mallow


So far we have paralto the garden and the plants most pleasing to man to put in it to furnish and embellish it, but if we talk now instead of some plants that are appreciated for some particular uses? Mallow is absolutely one of these: it is a herbaceous plant that rarely reaches more than eighty centimeters in height, consisting of a stem and tending to wood at the base but which branches upwards with the appearance of a twig to support small groups of leaves palminervie (ie about the shape of the palm of the hand, and crossed by evident central ribs), with a hacksaw margin and consisting of five or seven lobes (depending on the species). It is not a garden plant for the simple fact that it is a practically spontaneous plant; in fact they are known and found only in open places such as hill gardens, meadows and uncultivated flat expanses. In addition to this, due to the useful properties that we will see shortly, there are almost industrialized crops of large companies that need large quantities of this plant for their products. However, even in industrial cases, companies try to recreate a “spontaneous” environment in order to induce the mallow to grow, keeping it confined to a place under control. This plant, given that it is spontaneous and that it cannot be cultivated classically by planting the seed, is very difficult to identify as originating in a specific place on our planet, because it is found everywhere and in any case a lot depends on the climatic and soil conditions.

Properties of mallow


Although its role is not prominent as a decorative garden or flowering plant, the mallow is instead well known for its positive properties on the body and mood of the human being. In both cases it is an effective clamming and relaxing action, given by the mucilages contained in the leaves and flowers, with which herbal teas or extracts are prepared which can then be consumed and taken both in the form of tablets and syrups, or even candy. The properties of mallow are in particular the emollient and the anti-inflammatory; the emollient property acts on the tissues (internal and external, and this is an important thing) that are irritated and calms them by covering them with mucilage to protect them from irritants and allow healing. The anti-inflammatory property, on the other hand, has a similar action, but it penetrates deeply into the tissue and tries to prevent the continuation of the inflamed state with a generic calming action. As often happens, these two properties are flanked (perhaps because it is a consequence of them) with a truly effective action against constipation, or that constipation that makes defecating difficult and painful in many people. The merit of this latter effect is also due to the mucilage, which once arrived in the intestine take the form of a gel, the contents of which relax and “calm” the irritated intestine (the primary cause of constipation) and whose gel form it allows to help the stool to come out by lubricating it and thus facilitating its expulsion. but it penetrates deeply into the tissue and tries to prevent the continuation of the inflamed state with a generic calming action. As often happens, these two properties are flanked (perhaps because it is a consequence of them) with a truly effective action against constipation, or that constipation that makes defecating difficult and painful in many people. The merit of this latter effect is also due to the mucilage, which once arrived in the intestine take the form of a gel, the contents of which relax and “calm” the irritated intestine (the primary cause of constipation) and whose gel form it allows to help the stool to come out by lubricating it and thus facilitating its expulsion. but it penetrates deeply into the tissue and tries to prevent the continuation of the inflamed state with a generic calming action. As often happens, these two properties are flanked (perhaps because it is a consequence of them) with a truly effective action against constipation, or that constipation that makes defecating difficult and painful in many people. The merit of this latter effect is also due to the mucilage, which once arrived in the intestine take the form of a gel, the contents of which relax and “calm” the irritated intestine (the primary cause of constipation) and whose gel form it allows to help the stool to come out by lubricating it and thus facilitating its expulsion. or that constipation that makes it difficult and painful to defecate in many people. The merit of this latter effect is also due to the mucilage, which once arrived in the intestine take the form of a gel, the contents of which relax and “calm” the irritated intestine (the primary cause of constipation) and whose gel form it allows to help the stool to come out by lubricating it and thus facilitating its expulsion. or that constipation that makes it difficult and painful to defecate in many people. The merit of this latter effect is also due to the mucilage, which once arrived in the intestine take the form of a gel, the contents of which relax and “calm” the irritated intestine (the primary cause of constipation) and whose gel form it allows to help the stool to come out by lubricating it and thus facilitating its expulsion.

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