Sowing in the nursery has many advantages, the main one being that it allows certain plants to grow in optimal conditions.The young plants will then be transplanted one or more times until they find their final place in your garden or your garden. In this way, we will take advantage of a place in the garden that is well exposed to the sun and sheltered from the wind to seed it.
On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 2012, head to the Domaine du Rayol, in the Var to attend a colorful plant festival full of exoticism. This "land of nature and spirit" where Mediterranean plants reign supreme, becomes the garden of wonders of Gondwana for a weekend.
Both fresh and delicious, this recipe of caramelized scallops, leeks vinaigrette and Tartare® Red onion & Coriander is a real treat.Ingredients for 4 people: 1 pot of Tartare® Red onion & Coriander 150g 12 scallops (without them corals) 4 small leeks10g butter2 tablespoons caster sugar1 tablespoon extra balsamic vinegar2 tablespoons extra olive oil Fleur de sel Freshly ground pepper Caramelized Saint Jacques, leeks in vinaigrette and Tartare® Red onion & Coriander Cut the leeks in two on the earthy part, clean them under running water, cook them in salted boiling water so that they are very tender and drain them.
Heliotrope is a perennial that blooms from spring to the end of summer and which will perfectly adorn your flower beds but also your pots and your planters.In summary, what you need to know: Name: HeliotropiumFamily: BorraginaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 40 to 120 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary, well drained Flowering: Summer Here are our tips for having beautiful flowers, as long as possible… Planting and sowing heliothrope The heliotrope loves the sun and fears the cold as the fresh winds.
Spring is synonymous with freshness, a new beginning, and the return of the sun which will shine again. The days are longer and we are fast approaching summer. Spring is also the symbol of pure yellow, grass green, bright pink and above all, spring flowers full of cheerfulness.
Aeschynanthus amazes our interiors thanks to its magnificent flowering from May to September.In summary, what you should know: Name: AeschynanthusFamily: GesneriacéesType: Perennial, houseplantHeight: 30 to 40 cmExposure: Bright Soil: Rather acidicFoliage: PersistentFlowering : May to September Planting, maintenance, watering or repotting, are all parameters that will participate in the success of your aeschynanthus.