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Genus that includes about 5-6 species of epiphytic orchids, originating in Indonesia and the Philippines, of small or medium size. The long leaves grow paired, with the lower part partly wrapped around a short fleshy stem; the leaves are rigid, thick, shiny, of a bright dark green color.
Native to tropical Asia and the Pacific islands. Height 0.6-l, 2 m, diameter 30-60 cm. ASPLENIUM NIDUS is in nature an epiphytic species that grows on trees: hence its specific name; commonly called also a bird's nest fern or deer tongue. The shiny, bright green, whole and lanceolate fronds form a regular rosette that can grow up to 0.9 m or more.
The genus Caladenia brings together about one hundred species of terricolous orchids originating in Australia and New Zealand. They have large stole roots, from which a long, fleshy, often slightly pubescent, dark-colored leaf emerges; in spring-summer they produce long reddish stems, 15-20 cm high, at the apex of which large solitary flowers bloom, or in pairs, white, pink, yellow or greenish in color, with a large labellum, usually spotted with red or brown; the petals have characteristic very long periants, sometimes colored purple.
The name "living stones" comes from the Greek Lithos (stone), and ops (similar). These particular succulent plants, which are also called "Sassi Vivi" or "living stones", constitute a genus formed by about fifty species, mainly coming from South Africa. These succulents have a rather unusual shape, cylindrical tending to conical, they have two leaves anchored to a trunk that is usually partially buried, and therefore it is not easily noticed.
The covering systems for a swimming pool are essentially two: the cloth and the cover with shutters. The sheet used to cover the pool must be made of a rather resistant plastic material. Often, especially for above ground pools, it can be quite uncomfortable and complicated to place it on the structure, which must be done so as to prevent rainwater from filtering it.