Scaffolding The scaffolding is mobile scaffolding, usually in aluminum or steel, which can reach a height of 20m, while the base varies depending on the height - obviously, a scaffolding of 2m in height can have a base of 1mq, while the same surface would surely make it unstable at a height of 20m.
How much to water The false pepper is a tree very resistant to periods of drought precisely because in the area of origin there is often a very hot temperature. Watering differs depending on where the tree was planted and its age. If it has been planted in the earth, and is already a large plant (about a couple of years), it will not be necessary to water it as the rain water will suffice.
Types and characteristics Evergreen shrubs are plants that do not strip leaves during the winter season, there are different types depending on the size and use: garden, hedge, pot, small, medium and large. For the construction of garden hedges, evergreen shrubs are often used, such as the Lauroceraso and the Ligustro, which have very dense foliage and can reach several meters in height.
Mixed hedges Contrary to traditional hedges, mixed hedges are made up of plants belonging to different species; generally we try to create a screen for the outside world, but using plants with variously colored foliage, with different development, with blooms in alternating periods of the year.
The different types of pruning shears The pruning shears differ from each other mainly due to the type of blades and their operating mode. As far as the first aspect is concerned, that is the length of the blades, this characteristic mainly depends on the plant that must be pruned.
Question: clay soil Hi. I have a fairly large garden, located to the north. Half of the garden remains in the shade until three in the afternoon. the earth is clayey (we spent two years cleaning it from the various breaks abandoned by previous renovations). I would like to know how I can get a thick turf, even mixed with weeds, as long as it's thick!