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Ficus Ginseng
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Ficus Ginseng: Bonsai with an outdoor aspiration. This world traveler and houseplant will make you happy whilst indoors with its ingenious shape and shiny leaves, but when it gets warmer, it loves to camp out on your patio. Don’t forget to water it every now and again!

Natural stone
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Natural stones are the ideal material to to give your garden new structures outfitted with individuality and quality, while preserving natural flair. They are one of the most original building materials of all, practically last forever and require basically no maintenance

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Buildings with green rooftops return a bit of nature to an urban setting, thereby improving microclimates and reducing small particulate pollution. Green rooves are also lends excellent sound and temperature insulation to a home. Inhabitants can enjoy a reduction in their heating bill during the colder months and, in summer, the shade and evaporation effect of a green roof provides a noticeable cooling effect for the building.

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Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, China rose, is a popular ornamental plant – and with good reason, for no matter where you place it, it creates a beautiful tropical atmosphere with its large, brightly-coloured single or double flowers. It is available in many colours, including white, yellow, pink, red, apricot, orange and two-tone. Its foliage is dark green and glossy, and can take many different forms