Maritime pine bark, an excellent mulch

Maritime pine bark, an excellent mulch

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Maritime pine bark is an excellent mulch, both useful and very elegant. Read more

Sandy soil, which plants are best?

Sandy soil, which plants are best?

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Sandy soil is both poor in nutrients and cannot retain moisture. But sand does… Read more

Indoor living plant wall, easy and impressive

Indoor living plant wall, easy and impressive

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Tiny apartments or one-room studios can also be home to rich plant life, even… Read more

How to choose your Christmas tree!

How to choose your Christmas tree!

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Every year, the same challenge: you’ve got to choose your Christmas tree and bring… Read more

Save your Stephanotis from the cold, invite it in your house!

Save your Stephanotis from the cold, invite it in your house!

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Stephanotis is a beautiful vine that deserves to grow for years. Keep it alive… Read more

Use dead leaves to fertilize and protect plants

Use dead leaves to fertilize and protect plants

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In fall, when trees and shrubs lose their leaves, a thick blanket forms in… Read more

Soil mix, use, relevance and how to choose it

Soil mix, use, relevance and how to choose it

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Soil mix is a growth substrate that influences the development of plants, their root… Read more

‘Picholine’ olives, a taste of Provence

‘Picholine’ olives, a taste of Provence

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Consumers are often unaware of the fact: olive oil from Nîmes was awarded in… Read more

Pot-in-pot technique for easy annuals

Pot-in-pot technique for easy annuals

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Annuals are often amazing in their variety and they bring fresh change to the… Read more

Garden with your kids

Garden with your kids

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Nice weather usually means eating more delicious fruits and vegetables. Why not seize the… Read more

Hydrogel water crystals to beat drought

Hydrogel water crystals to beat drought

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This is a product that goes by many different names: Polyter, Water Crystals, Orbeez,… Read more

Miniature man-made aquifer

Miniature man-made aquifer

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Ever dreamed of having a garden that stays green throughout droughts? Do your water-hogging… Read more

Set up a natural pond

Set up a natural pond

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Care for something cool – and refreshing! – in your garden? Set up a… Read more

Mulch, it protects and decorates your flower beds

Mulch, it protects and decorates your flower beds

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Mulch is a trendy product that protects, decorates and supports plant growth for all… Read more

Attracting butterflies with plants and flowers

Attracting butterflies with plants and flowers

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A garden for butterflies. Threatened because their natural habitat is dwindling, and because of… Read more

A beehive in your garden

A beehive in your garden

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Bees are endangered, especially because the massive use of pesticides. Read more

Set up a chicken coop, it’s easy!

Set up a chicken coop, it’s easy!

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Chickens in the garden! If you’ve got a little space in the garden, owning… Read more

Repotting, how to repot a plant and when

Repotting, how to repot a plant and when

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Repotting a plant is easy and it’s an important step for plants to grow… Read more

How to winterize your plants

How to winterize your plants

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So you splurged and treated yourself to a eucalyptus tree, an oleander, a mimosa… Read more

Techniques to prepare hydrangea cuttings

Techniques to prepare hydrangea cuttings

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The technique to prepare hydrangea cuttings is surely one of the easiest to follow… Read more