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Chorisia speciosa

When and how much to water The shrubs and trees belonging to the species called Chorisia speciosa are native to South America. This type of plant does not require particular attention as regards irrigation. In fact, only young plants need constant watering, to favor development and growth.
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Bulb rot

This fungus can attack the stem or the reserve tissues of the bulb-tuber.In the first case, yellowing of the leaves appears, which initially have yellow stripes between the veins, then dry. The bulb-tubers appear browned and wrinkled with a black ring in the central part; plants deriving from diseased bulb-tubers dry out before flowering.
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Rosolaccio - Papaver roheas

Alongside the cornflower, the rosolaccio also flourished years ago. Today it is rare to see it in large quantities. From the beginning of the flowering, still in bud, its presence was noticed, as it looked like a field of corn instead of ears of wheat. In addition to the color and shape of its petals, it has been the subject of inspiration for many painters for the particular indentations of its cauline leaves.
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Atlas of Pheasants: Polyplectron inopinatum

Scientific classification - Polyplectron inopinatumReal: AnimalsPhylum: CordatiSubphylum: VertebratesClass: BirdsOrder: GalliformesFamily: PhasianidesGender: PolyplectronSpecies: P. inopinatumKnown also as a spur of Rothdschild, it is endemic to the Malaysian mountains; its scientific name means "unexpected", being the last species of spurs discovered in chronological order.
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Passionflower

Cultivation technique Of the Passionflower we can find species that can be grown in the garden and others that can be grown in pots. It is not difficult to cultivate this plant, just always keep in mind that it is a plant of tropical origin, so it does not grow under certain minimum temperatures. It is necessary to choose the most suitable species for the place where it is to be reared.
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Parks and protected areas of Lazio

The Lazio Region has a complex geological structure, with large and now extinct volcanic systems (in the Viterbo area and in the Colli Albani area) delimited to the east and south by carbonate or limestone-marly-arenaceous Apennine reliefs. The territory is mainly cllinary and mountainous, with only 20 of plains, especially along the coasts.
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