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That’s Amore! La lingua che canta e incanta

Spesso mi chiedono quanto tempo ci vuole per imparare una lingua straniera stando direttamente sul posto… dipende… Per chi come me arriva dalla Russia, porta dentro di sé un altro tipo di emotivitá, piú nascosta, un po’ diffidente.

Il modo italiano di comunicare inizialmente spaventa. Troppo veloce, troppo forte, troppo in tutto….ma se poco poco ti apri a questo mondo per te nuovo, ti innamori perdutamente e non ci sará una strada di ritorno. E da qui inizia il tuo amore con la lingua e con il paese che la rappresenta. Perché è una lingua che “canta” e incanta.

Ma l’esame finale consiste nel capire la comicitá e il senso dell’umorismo nazionale. Se guardando Totó, Troisi ed altri grandi classici della commedia italiana ridi, non di loro ma Con loro, allora l’esame è stato superato a pieni voti!

Per capire l’italiano ci vorrá qualche mese, ma per capire l’Italia con la sua antica Gloria, la sua generositá artistica, creativitá enogastronomica, forse non basterá una vita. La Russia è il mio paese, ma l’Italia rimarrá la mia casa per sempre!

 

Yuliya I.

2 April, 2018

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  39. Should be hardy to at least Z7b and probably fairly
    a bit colder.

  40. We have many succulent varieties for sale which might be appropriate for
    each gardens and collections alike.

  41. Glass vases and terrariums are nice methods to deal with your indoor succulent and cacti
    gardens.

  42. Water the soil every few days or when dry and stay away from direct sunlight.

  43. Echeveria can look superb in containers,
    and mass plantings.

  44. We plant it round younger timber to encourage growth.

  45. Ironically, it could also be from a really wet soil – be sure to examine the soil moisture to search out out for positive.

  46. Poachers first go into the habitat, he explains, to survey the crops and photograph them.

  47. If you want bigger sorts, just use containers on wheels and
    produce them in and out as you want.

  48. The foliage is wide and heavily armed with dark tipped spines.

  49. Can be used straight out of the bag as a potting soil, or as a soil amendment.

  50. If you decide to purchase a moon cactus, just know that this is problem will arise sooner or later.

  51. Our How-To Guides can also help answer a few of your questions should you’re
    new to gardening or simply uncertain about plant upkeep and care.

  52. Glass vases and terrariums are great ways to
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  53. Most species grow in shiny shade or morning sun, however they will also grow indoors as
    home plants.

  54. Pick the ones that may deliver a contemporary look to your home or
    office.

  55. Our internet store presents an ever changing selection of species.

  56. If you get them quickly after the truck brings them they don’t undergo from the ill-remedy of workers.

  57. Your plant will be meticulously bubblewrapped and shipped in a sturdy box.

  58. By summer season, you’ll have small plants to
    take out to the garden.

  59. The already small inhabitants of Pelotilla de Chinamada has been negatively affected by its proximity to a regularly traveled street.

  60. As a results of his good friend’s vigilance, poachers from Japan have been caught with illegally
    obtained species of rare and valuable Haworthias.

  61. While all-succulent gardens are engaging, start out by working them into
    your present landscape.

  62. Yellow flowers transform this cold-hardy succulent
    in summer season.

  63. In reality, succulents do quite nicely in inorganic
    soils like clay, sand or silt.

  64. Mature crops are higher at handling full sun than smaller, less established vegetation.

  65. Did you realize that succulents are are discovered on every continent except Antarctica?

  66. While a little messy, the leaves take root very simply,
    making for some of the best self-propagation ever.

  67. The thick, fleshy leaves are arranged in a rosette sample.

  68. However, some succulent like the Sansevieria does fairly nicely from cuttings.

  69. Gasteria includes some 80 species endemic to South Africa, recognized for his or her
    spectacular leaves that are glossy, mottled and
    textured.

  70. This is the most typical of the variegated Agave americana varieties.

  71. If space is an issue, our mini succulents and small succulents will
    add character and color to any room.

  72. They are adaptable to many circumstances and as long as they are not over watered can be simply
    grown.

  73. They do great planted in just about anything which may result in some very
    artistic containers and plantings.

  74. The first two are in the genus Senecio, which has over 1,000 species around the
    globe, about 100 of that are succulents.

  75. Slowly enhance the quantity of light because the plant matures.

  76. We have colourful succulents and flowering cactus plants if you
    wish to add some splash to your cacti.

  77. There are over 80 CSSA affiliate teams throughout the
    country and internationally, a lot of which hold annual shows
    and sales.

  78. A plant is called a succulent if it has thick, fleshy tissues that have adapted to
    store water.

  79. These vegetation are characterized by their ability to store water of their leaves making them perfect for hot, dry
    climate.

  80. Here in North Carolina, the summer air is sort of humid and that can promote rot by slowing down the rate at which
    soil moisture evaporates.

  81. vera’s rosettes of spiky, variegated inexperienced
    and white leaves look enticing in pots that may be moved indoors for the winter.

  82. Like all aeoniums, Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’ has
    putting rosettes that look like flowers and are made up of waxy leaves.

  83. With darkish-pink tipped stamens, the flower clusters look
    nearly noticed.

  84. You can merely pull the old backside leaves out or
    let them fall out on their very own.

  85. They often come colors green or black however can are available in other colours.

  86. Not only do they make great All Hallows Eve decor,
    however they will add a moody vibe to your home lengthy after
    October 31st.

  87. Chartreuse flowers appear in late winter and spring, adding a welcome splash of shade.

  88. There may be some rare types of succulents out there that might go for
    a higher price.

  89. A plant that has been acclimated to full solar can nonetheless experience sunburn or
    solar injury beneath excessive warmth or during a heatwave.

  90. While all species of Discocactus are pretty uncommon because they’re onerous to cultivate, the
    Discocactus subterraneo-proliferans is the rarest.

  91. The leaves are in a basal rosette and are stiff, green, linear, and taper to
    a pointed tip.

  92. You could even end up impressed to tear out your thirsty lawn and
    replace it with a medley of “water-clever” plants.

  93. The scientists found that the Parodia rechensis is close to extinction in the wild and that there are solely two surviving populations of the succulent.

  94. You absolutely can with drought-tolerant succulents and cacti planted in groups within backyard beds.

  95. If you do plant succulents in inorganic materials such as rocks, keep in mind that what little water they
    get will run proper through.

  96. Succulents are hardy, long lasting, and beautiful look in DIY flower bouquets and desk centerpieces.

  97. Older crops can reach a height of 23 toes or extra, making it the tallest of all Furcraea and Agave.

  98. According to the IUCN Red List, there are fewer than 1,000 Salão plants left within the wild.

  99. The leaves of Gibbaeum often look velvety, as many species have tiny hairs covering the
    leaves.

  100. The petite size of Black Prince makes it a perfect addition to dwelling partitions or fairy gardens.

  101. People all over the place have skilled the fashionable pathos of a disconnect from nature.

  102. There does appear to be a bit of a discrepancy within the plant world over whether or not
    cacti are succulents.

  103. Others bloom from May through August with white or yellow flowers.

  104. They are hearty, yet favor hotter air, so there isn’t any
    need to refrigerate them.

  105. However, many orchids may be propagated by anyone through division (i.e.
    dividing an current plant up into a number of vegetation).

  106. Cryptanthus is a Bromeliad whose title comes from
    the Greek phrases for hidden flower.

  107. (Greenflies or Plant Lice)–These are small insects with fats, teardrop-shaped bodies.

  108. It develops a 2′ trunk with stiff leaves in a basal rosette.

  109. Aloe arborescens, generally often known as the Krantz Aloe, belongs
    to the Aloe genus, which it shares with the well known and studied Aloe vera plant.

  110. If kept indoors, the 2 most essential things to consider is lighting
    and watering.

  111. Photo by Allison Sidhu.In full solar, leaves are faintly pink, but in part shade
    they take on a grey-green hue.

  112. They remind me of the exotic sea lifetime of a coral reef,
    and I by no means get bored with admiring and fussing over them.

  113. It is a must for collectors of Crassulaceae or extreme succulent vegetation.

  114. It can also tolerate temperatures all the
    way down to -7 °C, because of its adaptation to chilly mountain tops.

  115. The unique spiky texture of the leaves also adds an ornamental element to the landscape.

  116. Pick the brightest window in the house to position your plant.

  117. Plant in teams of 3 to 5 in raised beds or along pathways for the greatest effect.

  118. Mauka’s tubers are protein rich and high in calcium, phosphorous and potassium.

  119. We encourage you to relearn the forgotten indigenous foods and
    medicines of your region and of your lineage.

  120. This group of desert crops is briefly namedMesembs as a result
    of they belong to a botanical household previously named Mesembryanthemaceae.

  121. We do not ship outdoors of the continental United States.

  122. While they aren’t rare in California and can be
    grown in nurseries, the process takes years.

  123. Allow the soil to dry in between waterings within the growing season.

  124. They even have comparatively shallow root methods in order that
    they don’t need plenty of soil.

  125. The Reseda facility is supplemented with manufacturing from his other greenhouses in northern San Diego County.

  126. Joseph’s facility is comprised of acres of shade
    houses and greenhouses.

  127. You can usually spot them on the leaves or the underside of leaves,
    and between the joints of the plant.

  128. This was also through the winter season when aeoniums
    are actively rising.

  129. Plants often lose their leaves in winter and go right into a dormancy-like interval.

  130. Want to add an immediate contact of coolness
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  131. Most models thrive in both indoor and out of doors environments.

  132. Several sellers on Etsy and Amazonsell naturally colourful succulents.

  133. It is a viable technique of shortly producing mature specimens for
    seed manufacturing and vegetative propagation.

  134. According to stories from park rangers, thieves are ripping cacti
    from the ground so as to steal them.

  135. spectabile ‘Autumn Joy,’ with its eye-catching deep pink flowers that bloom from late summer through fall.

  136. It grows up to four inches tall, and its half-spherical leaves are flattened on the upper facet and come to a sharp tip.

  137. A few adapt to low-light ranges of indoor situations and could be grown as house crops.

  138. Nurseryman and Agave expert Greg Starr and Jose Villarreal have just lately described it formally.

  139. The lengthy, naked stems hold massive terminal rosettes
    (up to eight inches/20 cm in diameter) of very dark purple,
    virtually black leaves.

  140. Also, make sure to check the watering directions that will come with the plant
    you purchase.

  141. Protect your echeveria crops from frost and below freezing
    temperatures.

  142. As with most succulents, it must be grown in properly-drained soil and watered solely when the soil is totally dry.

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  144. Remember that you simply’re extra likely to kill a succulent by giving
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  145. Shown to scale back testosterone with common consumption.

  146. As a rule of thumb, 500 sedum seeds will cover a ten square foot space
    as a floor cover.

  147. In very broad phrases, nonetheless, most succulents are very reasonably priced.

  148. If you chose a wide range of air plant, simply mist the plants.

  149. After about two years, relying on growing situations,
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    sooner.

  150. Pot up some favorites to winter over or share with associates, like striped Haworthia;
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  151. The Succulent Source has prime quality plants that are certain to reside as much as your requirements.

  152. For additional data on watering, right here is my post on “How and When to Water Succulents and Cacti”.

  153. The photograph below was taken by Mary Sue Ittner near Middelpos
    in the Roggeveld.

  154. Older plants can reach a peak of 23 ft or extra, making it the tallest of all Furcraea and Agave.

  155. Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’ (Black Rose) after rain.

  156. Albuca namaquensis (syn. Albuca circinata) is native
    to stony sandstone slopes from Namibia to the Eastern Cape, South Africa.

  157. Gasteria consists of some 80 species endemic to South
    Africa, known for his or her spectacular leaves that are
    shiny, mottled and textured.

  158. Despite being hardy crops, they can undergo if neglected for too lengthy.

  159. The attractive flowers seem in the winter or spring.

  160. Remember, in case you have any questions, make sure to ask your backyard center specialists on planting needs.

  161. Instead, they get locals — typically poor farmers or shepherds barely scraping
    a living from hardscrabble land on small ranches — to
    do their soiled work for them.

  162. Succulents tend not to care an excessive amount of
    if they’re grouped collectively.

  163. We offer all kinds of succulents together with
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  164. It’s also a popular container plant and may be brought indoors in areas that have wet winters, to guard it from getting too wet.

  165. Tufted Ice Plant, a miniature gem of the South African mesembs, is
    a fabulous chilly hardy succulent to be used in rock gardens
    and containers.

  166. Agave victoria regina is a beautiful and sluggish rising cactus.

  167. What they have in frequent is their water-retaining, fleshy leaves and stems.

  168. Surreal Succulents RHS Gold Medal Winners and featured on BBC’s Gardeners World.

  169. Succulents are simple to look after crops that look great in terrariums
    or for city planter gardens.

  170. Reduce irrigation in fall and winter so that succulents
    can stand up to decrease temperatures.

  171. Choose from our particular person nursery vegetation or get a head begin with certainly one of
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  172. For instance, if we use the definition that orchids fall within the realm of succulents, then propagation via cutting is
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  173. A plant is called a succulent if it has thick, fleshy tissues that have tailored to store water.

  174. David means that visitors to his “cactus ranch” come by when they have no less than an hour to spend.

  175. Others bloom from May by way of August with white or yellow flowers.

  176. World deserts and dry areas are home to essentially the most interesting vegetation.

  177. To correct this downside, give it an excellent drink and the plant should
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  178. n China, they’re prized for his or her chubby limbs and cute shapes.

  179. Focuses mainly on Cactaceae however protection is given to
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  180. But it may be accomplished…and is done very successfully, by Warren and Terra Sol Garden Center.

  181. Phalaenopsis, the moth orchid, blooms multiple times by way of the
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  182. Is the plant you picked flat-mendacity and would fortunately trail over the aspect of your container or will it grow a tall blossom?

  183. They don’t require lots of humidity, which might
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  184. Unfortunately, this already uncommon succulent is critically endangered and its believed that there are not more than 200 particular person plants left.

  185. The supply for uncommon, succulent perennial cactus and succulents for sale on-line!

  186. Succulent poachers are a rising drawback in Northern California seaside communities.

  187. This Texas native isn’t fussy and is happy rising in a spot with properly-drained soil that receives full sun.

  188. The colourful cacti on the top, referred to as a Hibotan cactus, though it is extremely colorful, is taken into account an albino plant.

  189. Dragon’s Blood Sedum is a straightforward-to-develop herbaceous perennial floor cowl which may be grown in a container or used
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  190. Anyone can buy them and they’re such a great price!

  191. These displays show you that there is a perfect Succulent for any
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  192. In truth, the phrase “cactus” comes from the Ancient Greek κάκτος, which means a spiny plant whose identity is not certain.

  193. Cactus– many types of cacti bloom and produce very colourful flowers.

  194. Warren’s garden in Lompoc and Terra Sol are each located in USDA Zone 9b, which can be
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  195. Create a tranquil garden panorama with a minimalist method by juxteposing
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  196. It feels good to be a succulent geek right about now, especially when you have a bunch of crops exiting summer dormancy.

  197. We offer the largest and most diverse choice of succulents from all
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  198. It’s going to earn that crown on distinction powers alone.

  199. Native to eastern Mexico, this strong, small species varieties clustering rosettes of dark green, succulent leaves with attractive, white
    marginal thorns.

  200. Sinocrassula yunnanensis is a small succulent, with stems
    reaching as much as four inches in length.

  201. If you’re planning an indoor backyard, try our selection of potted succulents.

  202. Water and apply a diluted or gradual-release fertilizer during progress and
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  203. The crops have white to yellow or reddish stems and leaf veins
    which ought to reflect root shade.

  204. Some vegetation are bought as cuttings, and others as
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  205. In the winter, the cactus goes dormant and can survive with little to no water until spring.

  206. No fertilizer is required, but you could sparingly apply a sluggish-launch
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  207. While all-succulent gardens are attractive, begin out by working them into your existing landscape.

  208. World deserts and dry areas are home to essentially the most interesting plants.

  209. You might even end up inspired to tear out your thirsty garden and substitute it with
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  211. Mauka’s tubers are protein wealthy and excessive
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  212. Keep in mind that I go away my vegetation outside so the soil
    tends to dry quicker.

  213. The name is derived from the Greek pleios “many” and spilos “spot”.

  214. Lesotho Pink is considered one of our most chilly hardy varieties that grows to create a decent carpet of evergreen foliage.

  215. The tubers are cooked like potatoes and might have a slight
    peppery flavor.

  216. Like all aeoniums, Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’ has putting
    rosettes that look like flowers and are made up of waxy leaves.

  217. Succulents or “fats plants” are water-retaining species, tailored
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  218. It modifications colours by way of the seasons from green to brown, purple or more.

  219. They don’t require much water or need to be
    repotted (though you can should you want to for aesthetic reasons).

  220. While all are straightforward to like, some are certainly
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  221. My all time favorite place to purchase succulents online is Mountain Crest Gardens.

  222. Succulents have a tendency to not care too much if they are grouped together.

  223. As I jumped headfirst into the succulent hobby all
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  224. While slightly messy, the leaves take root very easily, making for some of the easiest self-propagation ever.

  225. Succulents have turn into so in style that they can be discovered
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  226. are monocarpic vegetation so they die after they flower.

  227. To the untrained observer this little lump of a plant appears completely unremarkable, like a dark inexperienced sea sponge.

  228. What they have in frequent is their water-retaining, fleshy leaves and stems.

  229. Plants normally lose their leaves in winter and go into a
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