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Trees and shrubs

Chamaerops humilis: pretty little palm tree

Chamaerops humilis is a small palm tree that resists our outdoor climates, perfect for terraces and small gardens.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Chamaerops humilisFamily: ArecaceaeType: Tree, palm treeHeight: 10 to 12 m in soil , 2 to 3 m in pot Exposure: Sunny Soil: Quite rich Flowering: May to July (very light) - Foliage: Persistent Planting of Chamaerops humilis Whether in the ground or in pots, Chamaerops humilis can be planted either in spring or in autumn but always avoiding periods of cold or strong heat.
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Gardening

Moniliosis, fruit rot: control and treatment

Black rot or fruit rot is a pest fungus of fruit trees which can have serious effects on the crop. It attacks the fruits which end up rotting. It is also called fruit rot. The only way to overcome this disease is to deal with it as soon as the fruit and leaves fall and start again the following spring.
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Desserts

Lemon pie

Easy to make, this lemon tart recipe is terribly delicious.Lemon tart ingredients: Sweet dough: 125 g of semi-salted butter125 g of icing sugar1 egg250 g of flour1 / 2 tsp. coffee baking powder Lemon cream: 4 untreated lemons 40 g of sugar 2 eggs 120 g of white chocolate covering Lemon pie For the sweet dough: - Take the butter out of the refrigerator 30 minutes before using it.
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Food recipes

Petalou poitevin: a delicious recipe

A traditional recipe from Poitou, Petalou is a delicious pie with goat cheese and potato Ingredients for 4 people: 250 g of potatoes 125 g of fresh goat cheese 3 eggs (small) 30 g of melted butter + 20 g for the mold5 cl of milk250 g of shortcrust pastry1 egg yolk Flour for the moldSalt, freshly ground pepperRecipe of Petatou Poitevin - In a saucepan of salted water (cold start), cook the potatoes in a field dress.
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Gardening

Garden cress: delicious peppery flavor

Garden cress, or ground watercress, does not need waterlogged soil to grow. It can therefore be easily cultivated in the kitchen garden.Its flavor is very spicy, more pronounced than that of watercress.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Barbarea verna (syn. Barbarea praecox) Family: Brassicaceae Type: leaf vegetable , condiment plant Vegetation: biennial, evergreen foliage Height: 40-60 cm Exposure: sun, partial shade Soil: drained, rich in humus, not too dry to cool Sowing: March to August Harvest: July to November Sowing and planting of garden watercress Unlike watercress which needs to grow in water, garden watercress grows in normal soil.
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Gardening

Plant trees!

After having chosen your bare root tree and its location in the garden, take advantage of the month of November and the famous Saint Catherine (the 25th) to make your planting a success. Several weeks before planting, dig a hole with a spade by making several heap so as not to mix the different layers of soil.
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