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  • Grey Stones


    grey stones

  • White stones


    white stones

  • Dracaena trifasciata


    Dracaena trifasciata is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae, native to tropical West Africa from Nigeria east to the Congo. It is most commonly known as the snake plant, Saint George’s sword, mother-in-law’s tongue, and viper’s bowstring hemp, among other names

  • Zamia


    Despite its common name, the cardboard palm (Zamia furfuracea) is not a palm tree. Its name comes from its growth habit, which is similar to that of palms. Cardboard palms grow pinnate leaves (a leaf composed of many small leaflets on either side of a stem) much like a palm frond.

  • Callistemon Laevis


    It is an evergreen shrub. Its flowers are like brushes and have a red, purple-red or lilac shade. It blooms from late spring to early autumn. A plant resistant to cold and drought and needs sparse watering. Water when the soil is dry.

  • Duranda


    Duranda grows mainly as a shrub with anarchic spread and more rarely as a small tree. It can reach 6 meters in height with a corresponding width. The leaves and the “berries” (ie the fruits) are poisonous to humans and animals. Duranta has very low maintenance requirements. It likes water, but is just as drought resistant.

  • Gardenia


    Gardenia is one of the most popular ornamental plants. It blooms mainly in spring but also slightly in autumn. Suitable soil is a well-digested, fluffy brown or loamy soil or soil specifically for acidophilic plants. Also, gardenia does not tolerate excessive moisture in its roots, so we do not water very often.

  • Gazania


    Gazania is an annual, herbaceous, summer flower characterized by low growth, dense vegetation and large daisy-like flowers. The colors of its flowers are many and impressive: orange, yellow, burgundy, white, as well as bicolor in many combinations. It blooms from the beginning of spring until very late in autumn. It prefers soil that drains very well and general purpose topsoil when it is planted in a pot. Water 1-2 times a week.

  • Kalanchoe


    Kalanchoe is a succulent plant that is often planted in pots as well as in the garden. Place in protected places as both the low temperatures of winter and the intense sunlight of summer can negatively affect the growth of the plant and its ornamental value. Available in different colors white, yellow, red, orange, pink as well as in many other shades. It needs regular and regular watering, especially during the summer months, to maintain its impressive appearance.

  • Plumeria


    Plumeria is a plant that thrives in tropical and subtropical climates. It loves heat and plenty of moisture in the atmosphere. To give us its rich and fragrant flowering, we need direct sunlight as well as rich fertile soil with very good drainage. Plumeria needs frequent watering especially during the summer months.

  • Roses


    The rose is probably the most widespread and recognizable ornamental plant. To ensure rich and prolonged flowering of our roses, we must prune them properly every year. It requires special care and more fertilizer than other species. We choose sunny places, as it grows best when planted in places that are exposed to the sun all day, although it can grow well in partial shade. It is a plant resistant to both low winter and summer high temperatures.

  • Strelitzia Nicolai


    Strelitzia nicolai is one of the 3 largest species of the genus Strelitzia. It reaches a height of 6 m and creates clusters of 3-3.5 m in diameter. Stems erect woody. Gray-green leaves up to 180 cm long. Its flowers are white with blue-purple tongues. Prefers fertile, moist, well-drained soils and sunny or semi-shady places. Tolerates light frost.