Systematic classificationClass: MammalsOrder: InsectivoresFamily: Soricini Miller aquatic shrew - Neomys anomalus Head-body length: 6.4-8.8 cm Tail length: 3.1-5.4 cm Weight: 7.5-16.5 grams The species is present in almost all European countries up to the east to the river Don. There are dubious reports for Asia Minor and Iran.
Classification, provenance and description Common name: Tillancy. Genre: Tillandsia. Family: Bromeliaceae. Etymology: the name recalls that of the Swedish botanist E. Til-Landz of the second half of the seventeenth century. Origin: tropical and subtropical areas of all America. Genus description: includes about 500 species of evergreen, herbaceous, perennial plants, all delicate and for the most part epiphytes, which have different types of leaves depending on the species (without thorns, smooth, sometimes pubescent or with scales, linear, lanceolate, almost filiform) and flowers, usually tubular, which form in the armpit of bracts arranged to form a flat or cylindrical ear, which remains on the plant a few weeks after flowering.
Mulch can be spread around the trunk of the angel trumpet to conserve moisture and reduce weeds, which will compete for nutrients. Only water once per month in winter when the tree has gone dormant.Always wear latex gloves while pruning angel trumpets and thoroughly wash your hands after handling any part of the plant.