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1. aizoaceae
(Phocagallery / aizoaceae)
Habitat: mainly South Africa although they also occur in Madagascar, Horn of Africa, Arabian peninsula, Island of Elba, Australia and New Zealand. Description:  the Aizoaceae (Rudolphi) family of ...
2. aporocactus
(Phocagallery / aporocactus)
Habitat: Mexico. Description: this epiphytic genus is commonly referred to as ‘rat’s tail cactus’ because of the long, slender stems of the plants. They produce purplish red flowers ...
3. aporophyllum
(Phocagallery / aporophyllum)
Habitat: intergeneric hybrids. Description: a group of hybrids obtained by crossing Aporocactus with Epiphyllum. Soil: fertile mix with a  pH of 6. Location: a shady and well ventilated site; ...
4. arrojadoa
(Phocagallery / arrojadoa)
Habitat: Brazil. Description: a genus with upright stems, sometimes exhibiting a horizontal or oblique habit. Some may be cespitose, others such as A. rhodantha quite tall. The glossy green stems have ...
5. echinocactus
(Phocagallery / echinocactus)
Habitat: deserts of Mexico and United States. Description: barrel-shaped cacti of variable size with prominent ribs, tough spines and yellow flowers arranged in a ring near the top. They’re usually ...
6. ferocactus
(Phocagallery / ferocactus)
Habitat: deserts of Mexico and southwestern United States: Texas, Arizona, California, New Mexico. Description: a genus of plants variable in size, with robust, often hooked and sometimes colourful spines. ...
7. fouquieriaceae
(Phocagallery / fouquieriaceae)
Habitat: Mexico and western United States. Description: dicotyledonous plants growing into spiny shrubs or deciduous trees with large flowers. Synonymous with Idria. Soil: basic mix. Location: ...
8. lemaireocereus
(Phocagallery / lemaireocereus)
Habitat: Mexico, southern areas of United States, Central America, Peru. Description: a group of diverse plants, whose taxonomy is still debated, with upright or decumbent, sometimes branching habit. ...
9. lophophora
(Phocagallery / lophophora)
Habitat: Texas, south-east of United States, Mexico. Description: they have a globular, green, spineless stem with a fleshy taproot resembling a beetroot. Some species produce offsets from the base. ...
10. machareocereus
(Phocagallery / machareocereus)
Habitat: Mexico, southern United States, Central America, Peru. Description: a group of upright or sprawling cacti with basal branching; they spread by means of runner-like stems with an ascending tip. ...
11. What is Cites?
('Uncategorised Content')
CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens ...
Wednesday, 07 January 2009
12. F.A.Q.
('Uncategorised Content')
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Here beginners can find answers to their most frequently asked questions: 1 – Some of my succulents never set seed. Why is that so? 2 – How can I get my cacti to ...
Monday, 12 January 2009
13. Il MAXI LIBRO delle Piante grasse
(Piante grasse/CD-ROM)
... un valido aiuto in tema di coltivazione, di fioritura e di riconoscimento delle piante grasse, tanto diffuse nelle nostre case, mettendo a disposizione degli appassionati accurate nozioni pratiche di botanica, ...
Monday, 10 March 2014
14. Fitofarmaci
(Coltivazione/Le malattie)
... vendita una soluzione acquosa al 15%, della quale se ne usano 7 gr./lt. d’acqua. Azadiractina: insetticida-repellente, in grado di inibire lo sviluppo degli insetti, di riequilibrare la microflora ...
Saturday, 04 April 2009
15. Servizi
(Coltivazione/Pratiche colturali)
...  Data base degli autori di nomi botanici. Data base contenente l'indice internazionale dei nomi delle piante. ...
Wednesday, 07 January 2009
16. ENG Sezione 1
('Uncategorised Content')
...      PEDIOCACTUS AND SCLEROCACTUS Fritz Hochstatter; 124 fotocolor; 46 bianco-nero; 28 mappe degli habitat, ...
Tuesday, 20 January 2009
17. Astrophytum
(Category - Italian - Italy)
      by Mario Cecarini   ASTROPHYTUM Lemaire 1839   Historical notes    Astrophytums, whose name is derived from Greek ‘aster’ (star) and ...
18. How they live
(Category - Español(Spanish Formal International))
Growth factors The elements that determine plant development (heat, water, light, nourishment) are strictly interdependent: if one of them increases, also the others must increase, and vice versa, of ...
19. Cacti e Fotografia
(Category - Español(Spanish Formal International))
... l'uso di diaframmi più stretti e tempi più rapidi in grado di congelare, con la rapidità della sua emissione luminosa, le vibrazioni dello scatto originate dal ribaltamento dello specchio degli apparecchi ...
20. La fotocamera digitale
(Category - Español(Spanish Formal International))
... zoom digitale originato da interpolazione software che conduce ad un decadimento dell'immagine. Alcune fotocamere permettono anche l'utilizzo degli obiettivi in uso nelle macchine analogiche famose, come ...
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