Herbaceous hardy perennial

The name refers to the two features, the first is for the herbaceous consistency of the stem, the second is for the life span of the plant.The herbaceous stem is an organism covered with non-woody epidermis called stem, stalk and stem, the stem is characteristic of herbs, holds flowers and leaves, the "culmo" is a stem generally a empty for the lack of the pith, full at knot level, the scape is a stalk that bears one or more flowers without leaves and branches.These plants are called perennials even though they are renewed every year.Sacrificing the aerial part they protected the ground sprouts underground. To make the gems flourish in spring, the necessary organic nutrients are accumulated during the previous growing season in storage organs generally underground. All three key organs
accumulate nutrients to keep in reserve for winter. They are divided into: underground shoots with limited development opportunities, the rhizomes, "Cauli tuberizzati" or underground tubers, bulbs, tuberous roots, reserve roots that owe their formation to a thickening of the main root.


Species present in the area:

  • Acanthus mollis
  • Anchusa azurea Italica
  • Campanula glomerata alba
  • Centranthus ruber
  • Chrysanthemum coccineum robinson
  • Cortaderia sell Punic
  • Dianthus caryophyllus
  • Artemisia stellariana
  • Achillea millefolium
  • Delphinium black night
  • Festuca longifolia discovery
  • Eryngium alpinum
  • Aubreya royal blue
  • Alyssum sexatile