Name: Philodendron monstera deliciosaFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: Mexico, South AmericaDiameter of the vase: 15 cmHeight: 65 cmHistory and curiosity: A giant Monstera Deliciosa was present in the study of Henri Matisse in Nice and in the home of American designers Charles and Ray Eames in Los Angeles.
Name: Acerum Red wineFamily: AceraceaeCountry of origin: Japan, China, KoreaPot diameter: 15 cmHeight: 30 cmHistory and curiosities: The changing of the leaves color every season makes this tree one of the most spectacular Japanese bonsai. Deciduous bonsai
Name: Zelkova Family: UlmaceaeCountry of origin: Europe and Asia Pot diameter: 20 cmHight: 40 cmHistory and curiosities: the fossil remains of this plant, according to the Paleobiology database, are originating in Canada and belong to the cretaceous Period, dating back to 80 million years ago.
Name: Punica GranatumFamily: PunicaceaeNative country: South-western AsiaFlowering period: SpringPot diameter: 20 cmHeight: 50 cm Curiosity: Pomegranate is associated with religious concepts and with divine creation.
Name: Peperomia green goldFamily: Piperaceae Country of origin: south America Pot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 25 cmHistory and curiosities: The term peperomia comes from the Greek "peperi", due to the similarity of this species with that of pepper
Name: GinkoFamily: GinkgoaceaeCountry of origin: ChinaPot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: spring History and curiosities: also called "tree of grandfather and grandson", because only the third generation of a family will get to see the first fruits, its cultivation is particularly widespread in Japan and Korea for the adaptability to bonsai techniques.
Name: Carpinus BetulusFamily: BetulaceaeCountry of origin: Western Europe Pot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 45 cmBlooming season: between March and May History and curiosities: The wood of the hornbeam is widely used in the production of small objects such as chess, components of musical instruments, gears.
Name: Mugo PineFamily:Pinacee Height: 40 cmDiameter:15cmCountry of origin: Central-southern EuropeHistory and curiosity: It is especially appreciated for rocks gardens. its shades range from green to brown up to a purple color