The florists' anemone is a very original and very decorative bulb flower. In summary, what you should know: Name: Anemone coronaria Family: Ranunculaceae Type: Tuberous perennial Height: 5 to 30 cm Exposure: Sunny and partial shade Soil: Ordinary, well drained Flowering: March to May or September / October It adorns borders and rock gardens but also flower beds and bouquets in spring or summer.
Monstera is one of the favorite indoor plants to decorate your house or apartment.In summary, what you need to know: Name: monstera deliciosa, false philodendronFamily: AraceaeType: Indoor plantHeight: 1 to 3 mExposure : Subdued light Soil: Soil Foliage: Evergreen Maintenance, repotting, watering or even exposure, are small gestures that will make your monstera even more beautiful.
A honey plant with fragrant flowers and aromatic foliage, easy to grow, lavender is a staple in gardens. It smells of the Mediterranean region! Lavender thrives in dry, well-drained, sandy or rocky soils, and in full sun. "It grows in abundance, particularly in Provence, where there are vast expanses of mauve lavender fields in summer," emphasizes Caz Hildebrand, author of the magnificent book Herbarium, (published by Marabout).
Here is an example of a Mediterranean garden presented at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2010 The English love Provence and this garden has been very successful It was designed by James Towillis for the Occitane Olive tree, oleander and lavender are not the only emblems Provence.Create a Mediterranean gardenThe garden is set on terraces held by low walls that Mediterranean gardeners call restanques.
Curé's Garden All imbued with the wisdom and charm of yesteryear, the priest's garden smells of a lost paradise. How to recreate this old-fashioned atmosphere? Also read: make a Mediterranean garden Principles of the priest's garden Adjoining the cure, the priest's garden had to meet the many needs of the priest.
Dandelion is a plant that grows wild in most fields, pastures but also gardens.In summary what you need to know: Name: Taraxacum officinalisFamily: AsteraceaeType: PerennialHeight: 10 to 15 cmExposure: Sunny, Partial shade Soil: Ordinary Harvest: 10 to 12 months after sowing Read: Dandelion, not just a weed Health: benefits and virtues of dandelion on health Discover: Dandelion jelly, a delicious recipe Considered as a weed, it can also be grow it and enjoy it as a salad, be it the leaves or the flower.
On October 6 and 7, meet at Colette, Igor and Tamara, Maya, Pascal, Micheline or even Nicolas and Simone to discover their magnificent gardens. As part of the “Secrets of gardens in Essonne, Automne” event, these individuals are happy to welcome you on October 6 and 7, 2012 to reveal their little corners of paradise that they have lovingly furnished.
The beautiful days are coming and it is time to put your nose outside. You abandoned your exterior this winter. Give it a little time to make it look good! There is no need to arm yourself with multiple products to work in your garden. You can do a lot with three times nothing.
If you have a corner of the garden where nothing grows, don't give it up to weeds. It can become a very calming Zen garden! The King Mineral Those who were lucky enough to go to Japan surely know Ryoanji Garden. This famous zen garden is made up of ... sand, gravel, pebbles and rocks.
The strawberry, radish and beetroot salad carpaccio style is a light and colorful starter but also easy and quick to make Ingredients for 4 people: 2 new onions 100 g Petit Billy (or semi-dry crottin or feta, etc.) 250 g of strawberries 250 g of raw beetroot (chioggia, etc.) 1 bunch of radish 2 tsp.
If you love kiwis, so rich in vitamin C, then don't wait any longer to grow them in the garden! The amount of fruit produced by Actinidia, this liana-like shrub, will amaze you.Originating from the forests of central China, Actinidia is not only easy to grow, but also very productive, vigorous and susceptible to disease.
The dog's untimely barking puts a strain on the nerves and often leads to neighborhood problems. But why does the dog bark? And what are the solutions to reduce his vocalizations? Explanations and practical advice The dog barks to communicate To make himself understood, the dog adopts different postures, emits smells, urinates to leave information and barks.
Deschampsia cespitosa in brief: Latin name: Deschampsia cespitosa Common name: Canche cespitosaFamily: PoaceaeType: GrassPort: Erect arched tuft Height: 50 to 100 cm Planting density: 3 to 4 feet per m² Exposure: Sunny to partial shade Soil: Any type, fresh Flowering: June to August Deschampsia cespitosa is a magnificent grass with vaporous inflorescences that seem to float in the air.
On June 15 and 16, at the Arboretum de Chèvreloup, it is the festival of plants and plant diversity to delight all amateur gardeners. Biodiversity will invade the garden, the terrace, the balcony, the house. ASPECO, an association of nurserymen and collectors, is once again the partner of the National Museum of Natural History for this 5th edition.
Powdery mildew is a fungus of the erysiphaceae family that is quite common in certain plants.It is characterized by the appearance of a kind of mold or a light white down.This fungus is likely to affect a large number of plants, vegetables, trees, shrubs and roses.Why does powdery mildew develop?
Here is a nice salad recipe with avocados, shrimps, tomatoes and some coriander leaves to flavor it all.Ingredients for 4 people: 40 shrimps approximately2 avocados2 tomatoes1 bunch of corianderPaprikaRecipe for avocado, shrimp, tomato and coriander salad The ideal is to prepare each plate individually, which allows to work on the visual aspect.
The available space, the altitude, the quality of the soil are all elements to take into account when choosing the tree that will decorate your garden. An apple tree in the plain favorite fruit of the French. Each household consumes around 16 kg per year.
Cultivation of artichoke is, contrary to popular belief, relatively easy to manage. In summary, what you need to know: ...
The installation of the lawn in roll is an ideal solution to have a beautiful lawn immediately, of a beautiful green and without weeds. Our partner IDGREEN explains to us what are the different steps to lay down your lawn in rolls. as if to sow, weed if necessary.
Long neglected, the lemon peel, commonly called "lemon zest", its essential oil is appreciated in gastronomy, and is used in the composition of various household products. Experts have discovered in lemon peel, surprising therapeutic benefits What are the properties of lemon peel?