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Fenugreek - Foenum graecum - sow, harvest with jame-jardiner.com

Fenugreek - Foenum graecum - sow, harvest with jame-jardiner.com

Fenugreek from aromatic seeds .... Fenugreek is an annual plant of the legume family. It is a plant native to the Middle East, then it spread very widely around the Mediterranean to arrive in China and then in India where it is very widely used. In India fenugreek is called "Methi".

Gladiolus of Byzantium - to plant, maintain, divide

Gladiolus of Byzantium - to plant, maintain, divide

Byzantine gladiolus, an elegant gladiolus Byzantine gladioli are part of the large family of bulbous plants, more exactly cormous, like other Abyssinian gladioli or gladioli. It is distinguished by a beautiful size, 0.60m in height, large and magnificent flowers of 8 cm along the stems, with acid colors, reds, pinks, purples.

Centaurée Perennial, plant and maintain in the ornamental garden

Centaurée Perennial, plant and maintain in the ornamental garden

You know the cornflower, discover the perennial knapweed! The perennial knapweed is a beautiful plant that looks like a cornflower, it has fluffy and sometimes very indented foliage. It also resembles borage by its colors, again, but also at the level of the sepal or the “scaly” bracts.

Bocage en Avesnois, superb landscapes in danger? -

Bocage en Avesnois, superb landscapes in danger? -

Bocages en AvesnoisAndrey Ménier said to define them: "The bocages are green enclosures". The bocages form magnificent landscapes, whatever the regions where they have been preserved and maintained. In France, Normandy, Brittany, Vendée, Limousin, Bourbonnais and therefore the North with Avesnois and Boulonnais still offer a countryside of groves.

LAMIER - purple dead nettle - red nettle - Sow, plant, divide, maintain ...

LAMIER - purple dead nettle - red nettle - Sow, plant, divide, maintain ...

Dead nettle, purple dead nettle, red nettle The dead nettle adds a natural note to the garden. Its large serrated leaves, a beautiful deep bluish green, its small flowers, purple or pink, visible at the top of the stems, and attaching to the axils of the leaves, give it an air of a wild plant. The dead cutter is very hardy - down to -28 ° C - it will thrive in cool, rich soil and will love partial shade and sun exposure, so much so that it can be quite invasive.

Callistemon - sow, plant, cuttings, care ...

Callistemon - sow, plant, cuttings, care ...

Callistemon: Shrub and Original Flowering! From a young clump bearing flowers in the shape of a bottle brush, callistemon becomes the known shrub also called bottle-rinser. Planted in the right climate and in the right conditions, it could well grow into a majestic tree ten meters high and take the place of the "centerpiece" of your garden.