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Ornamental plants

Shrubs for lining and framing Spaces

Shrubs for lining and framing Spaces

Unlike trees, which have a single trunk, shrubs are woody or semi-woody plants that branch out from the base.

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Trees

Trees

These are large, permanently woody plants. Although there is no standard definition of what constitutes a tree, trees are generally understood to be plants reaching at least six metres in height during maturity.

 

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 Arboreal specimens and terrace shrubs

Arboreal specimens and terrace shrubs

This group of plants represents a mixture of the two aforementioned groups. However, there is one feature that they have in common: the fact that they can all be grown in pots or beds for periods varying from several months to many years.

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Fruit, aromatic and edible plants

Fruit, aromatic and edible plants

Plants found in this group include those with distinct smells, hence the term “aromatic plants”.

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Tropical and succulent plants

Tropical and succulent plants

Palm trees are typical examples of tropical flora. They are one of the planet's oldest plants and are found in a large number of gardens. They are mainly found in the tropics and originate from desert areas.

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Shade-tolerant plants

Shade-tolerant plants

This group of plants is mainly characterised by the need for some form of shelter from winds and a high tolerance to a lack of direct natural light.

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Hedges, bushes and climbing plants

Hedges, bushes and climbing plants

Climbing plants have long stems, are woody, semi-woody or herbaceous, and need to be secured to a frame or prop, since they cannot stand upright without support.

 

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Statistics
54

ha

Production area

5.9

ha

Protected Production Area

2500000

Propagated Plants

300

Produced Species

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