A group of walnuts stand in front of the Polidora B&B, a common situation in old farms because the tree is precious for the wood and the fruit.
They suffer from Armillaria, but they also reproduce themselves spontaneously, and so we keep the young seedlings for replacement.
The row of Azalea japonica is in full bloom after the transplant, and the young Pinus virginiana is growing very well.
In December 2006 almost all of the Azalea collection – 2500 specimens – was replanted.
They had been growing too close and needed space to survive.
Here Alessio and Efrem take care of the project.
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