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Watermelon

Watermelon

Watermelons, or watermelons, are large fruits with a particular red pulp, very fresh and thirst-quenching, which are consumed in summer. They belong to the cucurbit family, such as melons, pumpkins and courgettes; the similarity with these plants can already be seen from the small flat and pointed seeds at one end.

Turmeric

Turmeric

History and origins of the plant The turmeric plant belongs to the vast family of Zingiberacaee; about eighty species are known but the most widespread and used are the longa variety and the alismatifolia. From the first we get the most used spice among the exotic aromatic plants, both for cooking and for therapeutic uses.

Floral arrangements

Floral arrangements

Floral arrangements: where to place them The creation of floral arrangements allows you to brighten up an environment by decorating it in a creative and economical way. In particular, it is possible to create small compositions inside a home that will embellish the furniture or coffee tables, or alternatively elegant centerpieces for the kitchen and the dining room, choosing chromatic shades able to fit in with harmony in the context adapting to the color of the room.

Orfento Valley State Natural Reserve - Abruzzo

Orfento Valley State Natural Reserve - Abruzzo

Type of protected area - Where it is located Type: State Oriented Nature Reserve; Valle dellOrfento I established with D.M. October 11, 1971 and Orfento Valley II established with Ministerial Decree March 29, 1972; both are included in the Majella National Park.Region: AbruzzoProvince: PescaraThe Orfento Valley State Natural Reserve occupies an area of ​​1.

Gallo Nero's Project - Authors

Gallo Nero's Project - Authors

Focardi with some of theProjects studentsThe Gallo Neros students Gallo Nero project began in 2003. school someValdarno breed specimens among which there isthe beautiful Adolf.

Datura

Datura

Datura: Datura The Datura is a flower known since ancient times; the Aztecs already use its leaves and seeds, with a strong narcotic power, especially during religious rites, for which great involvement and absolute abandonment to the will of the gods was required. The use of Datura soon spread to our continent as well.