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Frangipani – Plumeria Care Advisor

First frangipani – Plumeria care advisor in German after months of meticulously and the help of good friends has completed Mr. Bob Walsh the care instructions of the English to German translation. Mr. Bob Walsh announced the publication of Plumeria frangipani care guide for all climates with enthusiasm. These care instructions are gardeners in the Switzerland, Germany, Austria and other countries in Europe and around the world the opportunity to read this popular and easy-to-follow care instructions in their own language. Gary Kelly brings even more insight to the discussion. The inhabitants of Germany and other European countries are known for a long time for her love for flowers.

For centuries, gardeners in Europe have decorated their houses, balconies and terraces with picturesque balcony boxes which are filled with colorful flowers. You can see pictures of these flowers in travel magazines offering European tours and itineraries. One of the most famous gardens, which was one of the seven wonders of the world, was King Nebuchadnezzar’s hanging gardens by Babylon around 600 BC, Assyrians, Babylonians and Persians had an excellent reputation for their gardens. The plants, flowers, and garden ideas found their way through trade routes and conquests to Europe. By the Greeks in antiquity to the time of Alexander of the great and his campaigns and later in the Roman Empire around 200 BC, the 300, plants, flowers and gardens had attracted the attention of these early Europeans.

The gardens of the Spanish steps in Rome can be traced to about 100 BC. The richest people in the Roman Empire were very proud to make large and beautiful gardens in Rome and throughout the Empire. These ideas of garden plants and flowers had spread in the Roman Empire while it expanded in Europe. More enthusiasm for gardens developed through the introduction of new plants, which were imported to Europe from the new world, the South Pacific and the far East In the age of discovery.