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Fruit trees

Pear tree: how to grow it well

The pear tree is one of the most common fruit trees in our orchards. In summary, what you should know: Name: Pyrus cummunis Family: Rosaceae Type: Fruit tree Height: 5 to 15 m Soil: Ordinary Exposure: Sunny Foliage: Deciduous - Harvest of pears : Autumn Health: benefits and virtues of pears Planting, pruning or fertilizing are all maintenance procedures that will improve the harvest of pears.
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Gardening

10 shrubs for a fruit hedge

It is customary to plant hedges with ornamental and evergreen shrubs. Why not choose edible essences for a gourmet fruit hedge? All you have to do is reach out to harvest fruits to eat fresh, in jams or desserts! RaspberryVariety: Rubus idaeus 'Fall Gold' Harvest period: July -August and October Fruit: variety with large yellow fruits, sweet and sweet Interest: its ideal bushy growth form as a hedge, formed by veined leaves of a tender green Exposure: semi-shade Soil: rich, fresh, neutral to acid The little extra?
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Gardening

Garden storage: 5 tips for an impeccable exterior

The garden has become a real additional living room. Games, relaxation, meals ... More and more things are being done there that require furniture, various leisure and well-being items. To avoid this becoming a clutter, discover 5 tips for tidying up the garden! For an exterior to look orderly, it must already be structured from its conception.
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Gardening

9 plants that love the sun

While most plants enjoy a sunny exposure, not all of them can stand full sun; this usually results in a dry substrate and high temperatures. Discover a list of plants that love the sun without moderation! Full sun perennialsAchilleaVariety: Achillea ‘Moonshine’Height: 0.
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Desserts

Chocolate quinoa, rice pudding style

Here is an original and fragrant dessert thanks to the Tonka bean with this recipe for chocolate quinoa rice pudding style Ingredients for 4 people: 40 cl of water 80 g of brown sugar 60 cl of semi-skimmed milk 25 cl of liquid cream 80 g of white quinoa50 g of dark chocolate (in chips, pistoles or crushed) 1 tonka bean1 good pinch of freshly ground pepper Read also: health benefits and virtues of quinoa Chocolate quinoa, rice pudding style In a saucepan, heat the water, immerse the rinsed quinoa in it, cook for 5 minutes and drain.
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Landscaping the garden with gravel or pebbles - Jardiner Malin

Decorative and easy to maintain, gravel is really good! Massive, path or border, discover how to arrange the garden with gravel.To discover: How to create a dry gardenDecorative trend for Zen gardenPool and garden: layout, price, locationMake a Japanese gardenA maintenance-free gardenThis is THE big advantage of the garden over gravel, it hardly requires any maintenance.
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