Name: MalusFamily: RosaceaeCountry of origin: Europe, Asia and North AmericaDiameter of the vase: 20 cmHeight: 50 cmBonsai with deciduous leavesHistory and curiosity: it produces edible wild applesBonsai with a deciduous leaf, in winter it does not have leaves
Name: Davalllia Canariensis Family: PolypodiaceaeDimensions: H 28 cmCountry of origin: Polinesia, tropical AsiaHistory and curiosity: at the base of the plant grow aerial roots covered with brown hair that are worth the name of hare paw
Name: Sarracenia SmooriiFamily: SarraceniaceaeCountry of origin: South-Western regions of the United States Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: spring and summer History and curiosities: the flowers, which develop at the end of slender stems, can have a variety of colours, from deep red to yellow.
Name: Begonia Maculata WightiiFamily: BegoniaceaeCountry of origin: BrazilDiameter of the vase: 17 cmHeight: 40 cmHistory and curiosity: The discovery of the begonia maculata dates back to 1820 and is the work of an Italian; its leaves remind the wings of an angel!
Name: Punica GranatumFamily: PunicaceaeCountry of origin: Iran Blooming period: Springbonsai deciduous History and fun facts: abundance and fertility symbol, it is linked to the Greek myth of Persephone
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
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: Myrtus CommunisFamily: MirtaceeCountry of origin: Mediterranean countries Blooming period: Spring (April-May) History and fun facts: The myrtle contains an essential oil called maltol used to fight cough.
Name: CotoneasterFamily: RosaceaeCountry of origin: Europe, Asia and North Africa Pot diameter: 12 cmBlooming season: spring History and curiosities: the common name of this plant, Cotoneaster, derives from the Latin and underlines the resemblance of its the small berries with quinces.
Name: Aglaonema ModestumFamily: AraceaeCountry of origin: ChinaDiameter of the pot: 12 cmHeight: 35 cmCuriosity: One of its peculiarities is that it grows easily when cut at the bottom, so it is easy to reinvigorate it if it becomes ungraceful.
Name: Dischidia Family: Asclepiadaceae Country of origin: Southeast Asia Diameter of the vase: 10 cm Height: 40cm History and curiosities: It is an epiphytic plant that grows in the forests of Southeast Asia
Name: Citrus MitisFamily: RutaceaeCountry of origin: Southeast AsiaPot diameter: 15 cm Blooming period: All yearHistory and fun facts: In Vietnam this plant is a symbol of prosperity, and on important festivals or anniversaries it is given in good faith.
Name: Philodendron bipinnatifidum "Atom"Family: AraceaeCountry of origin: South AmericaPot diameter: 12 cmHeight: 30 cmFlowering: rare History and curiosity: It is native to the Amazon rainforest, and is slightly poisonous