Gold Regal The Gold Regal is a decidedly large plant, reaches one meter in diameter and 90 cm in height, prefers sunny exposures to develop its color optimally. The leaves appear large and thick, oval in shape with deeply etched veins, chartreuse green in color; they tend to turn yellow green during the summer season.
Generalities evergreen climbing plant, native to Australia and Malaysia; it has vigorous growth, and develops rapidly up to a height of 4-5 meters; the stems are thin and very branched, bright green in color, tend to lignify at the base. The leaves are imparipinnate, consisting of 5-7 small lanceolate leaves, quite thick and leathery, of dark green color.
Apple tree pruning Pruning a tree is not necessary. In fact, plants in nature do not need human intervention, they grow and the fruits grow in the same way. Pruning should be done either if the plant is in particular critical and irremediable conditions or to contain the size of the plant, or to increase the production of fruits and flowers.
Climbing plants As the name suggests with which we usually indicate them, climbing plants are characterized by their natural tendency to grow vertically by leaning and climbing precisely to nearby walls, whether they are walls, special supports, railings, etc. This singular peculiarity has made this kind of plants particularly suitable for creating reserved environments and small gardens especially on the terraces.
General The garden lighting system is used both to illuminate the spaces used during the summer, such as the swimming pool area and the one dedicated to the dining area, and to make the lighting more clear and safe in a space that, being away from the house, it could attract some attackers.
How to furnish a garden The garden is a fundamental element of the house but is often overlooked and does not receive adequate maintenance. Often much importance is given to the design of the green of the garden while everything that concerns with its furnishings is not of great importance and it is so easy to come across outdoor areas that are furnished in an uneven and without logic.