Even though zucchinis are among the easiest vegetables to grow in the vegetable garden for beginner gardeners, they are susceptible to many fungal diseases. We suggest discovering 8 zucchini diseases and how to remedy them.
If you have ever visited the French Riviera in the spring, you may have been struck by the scent of orange blossom emanating from bitter orange trees at this time of year. If this sweet fragrance has inspired you to start growing oranges and other citrus fruits, here are 5 tips for having beautiful citrus fruits.
In June, rose lovers meet at the Abbey of Chaalis in Oise for the Days of the Rose. These three days of festivities and various activities are entirely dedicated to the queen of flowers.
Climate change and increasingly frequent periods of drought are reducing the availability of drinking water resources. Therefore, collecting rainwater is more than ever an essential ecological gesture. But do you know how to use rainwater at home and in the garden? We will explain what you can and cannot do with this water.
Because water is not an inexhaustible resource and an eco-citizen attitude starts with simple gestures, here's everything you need to know to collect rainwater in your garden. Water recovery has only advantages for gardeners: it allows for savings and to collect much better water than tap water for watering plants.
This technique, which aims to transform kitchen and garden waste into a kind of humus, compost, by letting it decompose under the action of microorganisms has many benefits for your garden and the environment.
It is not necessary to be a DIY pro to transform pallet wood into outdoor furniture and useful garden accessories. We have listed 5 ideas for using pallets in the garden that should inspire you to embark on these DIY projects.
On balconies, the less available surface area there is, the more ingenuity is required to optimize the space. For those who want to make the most of a small balcony, we have selected 5 clever storage ideas that allow you to save space and add comfort.
Maybe you're used to using essential oils to treat your everyday small injuries. But did you know that it's also possible to use them to treat your indoor plants and garden crops? We invite you to discover how to apply this natural treatment and which essential oil to use to fight against pests or fungi.
If you don't already have this very practical accessory in your garden or on your balcony, know that outdoor storage chests are particularly useful for protecting your tools or garden cushions from bad weather. We explain which garden chest to choose depending on the use you want to make of it.