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Settimana di scambio

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Settimana di scambio

  1. 1. Italian environment
  2. 2. The landscape from Mazino
  3. 3. Positive said of yesterday’s trip
  4. 4. The Margerita
  5. 6. The tradicional garden
  6. 7. The B iocenosis
  7. 8. The fresh lemon
  8. 9. The view of the garden
  9. 10. The specific Italian fruits
  10. 11. The flower in front of the castle
  11. 12. The duck on the lakeside “Lago di Viverone”
  12. 13. The fish
  13. 14. The managment of the hill
  14. 15. The plant on the lake
  15. 16. Castello di Masino , Caravino
  16. 17. The palms
  17. 18. The aquatics
  18. 19. Negative said of yestarday’s trip
  19. 20. The f ag-end
  20. 21. The litter
  21. 22. The hidden aluminium can
  22. 23. The contrast nature and garbage
  23. 24. Thank You for your attention
  24. 25. Thank You again 
  25. 26. Our Trip:Camogli and San Fruttuoso
  26. 27. We left Lodi station at seven o’clock. The trip took about three hours and we arrived to Camogli around ten.
  27. 28. We learned about the legend of San Rocco and the dog.
  28. 29. We walked through the typical streets of Camogli and we saw the nature thanks to the guide.
  29. 30. The guide showed us the rubbish containers.
  30. 31. We saw another church and, after the visit, we took the ferry, that brought us to the Abbazia di San Fruttuoso.
  31. 32. At twelve o’clock we ate at the beautiful beach; there we had freetime and we could do what we wanted to: swim, socialize between us, explore nature.
  32. 33. At two o’clock we entered into the Abbazia and the guide told us the story of this monument.
  33. 34. At four we took the ferry to go back, and some of us ate focaccia, a tipical ligurian food.
  34. 35. We finished our trip at five o’clock and we arrived at Lodi station half past seven.
  35. 36. SEA LEAVES
  36. 37. Ficus carica <ul><li>Genus: Ficus Species: carica Cultivar: 'Brown Turkey' Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Chalky/alkaline, Sandy Height: 300cm Spread: 450cm </li></ul><ul><li>Figs are native trees of Syria and Persia, and have been grown in Britain since Roman times. Only a few varieties are hardy enough for outdoor cultivation on warm walls, where they survive most winters unscathed - very hard prolonged frosts may kill all the top growth, but plants revive from below ground. </li></ul><ul><li>Shape :Palmate </li></ul><ul><li>Margin: Serrate </li></ul><ul><li>Venation: Pinnate(secondary veins paired oppositely) </li></ul>
  37. 38. Rosmarinus officinalis <ul><li>Common Name: Rosemary Genus: Rosmarinus Species: officinalis Exposure: Full sun Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light, Dry, Sandy Height: 150cm Spread: 150cm </li></ul><ul><li>Rosemary is one of the oldest Mediterranean aromatic shrubs in cultivation. It is still regarded as an essential culinary and medicinal herb, with an invigorating spicy flavour. As a specimen garden plant it is handsome and impressive at all times, especially when covered with its lovely flowers that attract bees and butterflies. Plant against a warm wall to help it to gain extra height, and preferably in a position where it is brushed in passing to release its lingering scent. To keep plants in shape, trim after flowering. </li></ul><ul><li>Shape: Needle </li></ul><ul><li>Margin: Entire </li></ul><ul><li>Venation: Parallel </li></ul>
  38. 39. Pinus pinae <ul><li>Common Name: Stone pine Genus: Pinus Species: pinea Skill Level: Beginner Exposure: Full sun Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light Height: 2000cm Spread: 1200cm </li></ul><ul><li>This attractive Mediterranean pine is conical when young, becoming domed with age. The blue-green juvenile leaves are retained for several years and shiny cones ripen in their third year. Like most pines, it will thrive in any well-drained soil in full sun. </li></ul><ul><li>Shape: Needle </li></ul><ul><li>Margin: Entire </li></ul><ul><li>Venation: Parallel </li></ul>
  39. 40. Prunus avium <ul><li>Common Name : Wild cherry Genus: Prunus Species: avium Cultivar: 'Plena' Exposure: Full sun Hardiness: Hardy Soil type: Well-drained/light, Moist Height: 1200cm Spread: 1200cm </li></ul><ul><li>The big advantage of growing 'Plena', and not its much bigger species parent, is that it has double white flowers, and makes a fantastic show in May when it's in full bloom. There's another good show in the autumn when the dark green leaves colour up before falling. </li></ul><ul><li>Shape :Oval </li></ul><ul><li>Margin :Serrulate </li></ul><ul><li>Venation: Pinnate </li></ul>
  40. 41. THE HILL’S LEAVES
  41. 42. This is a simple leaf Oval shape (egg-shaped, wide at base) with stalk It’s petiolate The margin is serrate The venation is pinnate Acute base Acuminate apex Upper pagina is red caretonoid
  42. 43. This is a compound leaf Even pinnate It’s petiolate The margin is entire Acute base Acute apex
  43. 44. This is a simple leaf Flabelate It’s petiolate The margin is undulate Parallel venation Acute base Obtuse apex
  44. 45. This is a simple leaf Lanceolate It’s petiolate The margin is entire Pinnate venation Acute base Acute apex Upper pagina is dark green

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