I’ve left for you end the hydrangeas, I call them my plant reference, as are our indicator of lack of water, they are some of the first plants in marking the lack of water, in addition to shortcomings of micro elements, like for example iron, iron chlorosis is one of the most typical and identifiable, since leaf turns yellow but the venation remains in a Tome light green, safe we we’ve all seen it more than once. Regarding the trees that we planted and as well as in the bushes you can opt for a large number of them, but in this case I would like to highlight, some that are a bit more special for me: * Albizia julibrinssis var. Rosae, is a striking tree by its pink color in summer bloom but also its composite sheet gives very striking sensations at the moment who are moved by the wind. Contact information is here: Karen Edwards. Its ramifications are often warped and its elegant foliage is assimilated to the fern. It supports perfectly be planted next to the sea. * Liquidambar stryraciflua. (Similarly see: Karen Edwards).
This tree is one of them that they should not miss in a garden, this tree is large therefore is not very suitable for small gardens, but its winged trunk, its large palmate leaves, and especially its intense red color before losing the sheet, they are very nice since in winter the majority of trees the leaves change to yellow and then fall, not so sweetgum that change to a deep red before falling, so contrast is something amazing. * It betuna pendula alba (birch). In contrast with the previous of this tree in addition to their slenderness we must emphasize its immaculate white trunk, which is slowly peeling, is striking above all for children, since they checked in a fast and simple way that trees have life and that each variety is different from another, especially for these small details.