In a world increasingly immersed in technology, where sensitivity is lost, nature has lost its aesthetic value. The flowers on the other hand, try to show with their simplicity and delicacy, an atmosphere that invites us to glimpse the proper sense of creation.

With delicate finishes and impressive patterns combined with colorful silhouettes, the flowers overflow the vision of those who admire them and only a few of them are enough to generate sighs for those who dare to experiment with their attributes. They allow to create harmonic spaces inside and outside the home. It is only enough to appreciate the variants of nature and choose from the wide range of species, to turn your spaces into charming places.

Generally, everything that has to do with the decoration that includes plants and flowers in the garden, represents certain difficulties, where the areas closest to the home, are usually formed by stony grounds that do not allow the easy adaptation of the floral species under these terms. Then, before considering the characteristics of the flowers that will end up decorating the garden with pleasure, it is necessary to recognize the space where they are going to be located, for example; In the case of extensive plantations, it is not convenient to plant them directly in definitive places and in clay soils, those plants that withstand humidity, such as papyri, dahlias, calla and lilies, should be selected. In the gardens it is imperative to bet on the most resistant species to the climate, since in the open spaces, these must withstand extreme conditions of heat and aridity.

The most commonly used plants with garden flowers are usually of small sizes and are also very useful for their variety of colors, shapes and smells. These can be available in many different ways, depending on the aesthetics and the ornament that you want to finally achieve. Thus, the basket (set of flowers), the flowerbed (consisting of flowers and grass) and the rockeries (formed by flowers and plants combined with rocks) are distinguished. To select them, they are distinguished in three ways, they can be annual, when their life cycle lasts one year and they bloom in autumn or summer, like petunias or marigolds, biannual, if they grow in the first year and bloom in the second in spring, like daisies and wallflowers. And they can be vivacious, when they live more than two years and bloom with annual periodicity such as lilies, peonies, hyacinths and oleanders.

If the intention to decorate with flowers transcends the beautification of the walls surrounding the garden, different types of climbers can be used, such as the Climbing Rosal; Perfect for rosebusters, whose quality is blooming in springtime once a year.

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