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Teucrio, Camedrio - Teucrium futicans

Teucrio, Camedrio - Teucrium futicans

Name: Teucrium camaedrys L. Family: Labiate Common names: oak, fever grass, verciola grass, cat grass, scalambrina Habitat: Does not grow at altitudes above 1500 meters in height. Below this altitude it grows in cool and dry environments. This plant was used in folk medicine as a remedy against dental inflammations; moreover, being easy to find, it was also used to flavor wines and liqueurs.

Platycerium

Platycerium

Deer horn ferns Beautiful ferns, with an elegant bearing, and deer horn ferns are called in Latin platycerium, and come from the forests of Madagascar and Australia; in nature they behave like epiphytes, ie their roots do not sink into the ground, but into the few decomposed debris that can be found at the bifurcation of the branches of tall trees.

Green design

Green design

Green planning: help from the Internet Not everyone knows that green planning can also be done online. Through the Garden Puzzle program, in fact, you can count on an online editor that allows you to select the scenario deemed most suitable for your needs, adding, by virtue of drag and drop, the different elements such as plants, flower beds, fences, flowers, lawn, trees, walls, etc.

Rabbits: Satin

Rabbits: Satin

SatinStandard Italian breed of tunnels: CATEGORY SPECIAL HAIR STRUCTURES.Weight: 3.0 - 3.5 kg.The Satin breed is characterized by a particularly shiny coat, the result of a mutation (appearance in the United States in a breed rabbit Havana around 1940) which altered the structure of the hair making it very thin.

Cultivation of artichokes

Cultivation of artichokes

Cultivation of artichokes The artichoke is a perennial plant that belongs to the Compositae family. It is native to the Mediterranean basin, cultivated in Italy for edible purposes as a vegetable since the Middle Ages and is used both in food and in herbal medicine for its beneficial properties against liver pain.

Typical Italian products: Sorrento Peninsula DOP

Typical Italian products: Sorrento Peninsula DOP

Production regulations - Penisola Sorrentina DOPO extra virgin olive oil Sorrento Peninsula DOP Article 1. Denomination The denomination of controlled origin Penisola Sorrentina is reserved for extra virgin olive oil which meets the conditions and requirements set out in this production specification.