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Fennel: from sowing to harvest

Fennel is a plant whose roots are eaten and whose nutritional and aromatic properties are excellent. It is a very good summer vegetable.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Foeniculum dulceFamily: Apiaceae Type: Biennial Height: 40 to 60 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary to rich Harvest: July to December, 3 months after sowing Fennel It is recommended to sow under cover from March-April until July.
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Persimon persimon with its vegetable vinaigrette

Here is a starter full of freshness and flavors thanks to the persimon kaki with a vegetable vinaigrette in fine brunoise Ingredients for 6 people: 2 persimon kakis 1 peeled green pepper and a red pepper 1 new onion with its stem 1 turnip 6 black olives 3 gourmet peas Chives 1 red onion 1 carrot Peeled Salt, pepper 50 grams of fried bread crumbs A few drops of sherry vinegar Recipe for persimon kaki and its vegetable vinaigrette in fine brunoise Cut the persimon kakis into fairly large quarters.
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Gardening

Bignone: jasmine from Virginia

Bignone, also known as jasmine of virginia, is a beautiful climber that flowers all summer. In summary, what you need to know: Name: Campsis Family: Bignonaceae Type: Climbing plant Height: 5 to 10 m Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rather rich, fresh and well drained Foliage: Deciduous Flowering: June to October depending on climate Its trumpet-shaped flowers, orange or red, are spectacular and can adorn the garden until the first frost (Photo © Jag Images) Planting the bignone It is recommended to plant the bignone in the fall but it can also be planted in the spring provided you provide more regular watering at the beginning.
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Gardening

The kokedama: an easy maintenance

Making a kokedama is one thing. Maintaining it is another, but rest assured! Unlike bonsai, kokedama does not require permanent maintenance and by following a few simple rules, you will be able to enjoy your “moss ball” for longer. Watering kokedama: the key to successWhen to water?
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The orchid greenhouse

In the orchid greenhouse of the Tête d´or park, Patrick Avoscan shows us with care and passion how to repot and pollinate these exceptional flowers. Read also: all the articles devoted to the orchid
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Gardening

How to fight against ferric chlorosis?

Nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, iron… Plants need nutrients to develop. If their leaves turn yellow, it could be because of a deficiency! Find out how to avoid iron chlorosis and natural treatments to fight it.Read also: Chlorosis: symptoms and treatmentsWhat is iron chlorosis?
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