All plants that carry stint and develop normally can be classified as tenet-rich plants (scigeliofites science). Tenen-riched plants under natural conditions grow in the underground forest, mountain and log valleys, where there is low refreshment. At the same time, low-energy plants can develop smoothly with conventional lighting.
Plant thermal intensity may vary depending on the conditions of soil growth and fertility. For example, with a lack of moisture in the land and air, light-sighted plants are growing in the shadows (the plants are more resilient in drought). Tenerous plants need a more fertile soil, as they get less light energy.
The following plants may be used in decoration of decoration gardens with insufficient refreshment:
Shadows are widely used in greening trees such as trees, cadre, pychta, irons and ragons.
The tenusive decoration craftsmen can be listed as: bouzin, vegelu, peas, vineyards, action, calines, pearls, hazel, merchant, rododron, siren, snowberry, booze, chubby.
Smorodine, cherries, cherries and some kinds of wings, gardener and brass are of tener nature.
Shadow grassy years.
The following plants have tenderness: adonis, bathan, barvinc, aconite, verbein, wind, water (water), wolf, stone, slic, bell, lander, leather, furnace, manger, manger, bear, chopper, napster, nap