In summer, the French take advantage of the longer days to garden or do renovation work. But these gardening or DIY jobs are not without risks, especially for the hands. To spend the summer in complete serenity, we explain how to avoid hand accidents.
In summer, when the heat and drought set in, many flowers bend their heads. Fortunately, some species manage to withstand extreme conditions. We have selected for you 5 drought-resistant flowering plants.
Have you heard of deactivated concrete? A must for outdoor design, this material is very popular for decking, pool surrounds and walkways. We have listed 5 good reasons to use it in your outdoor decoration.
Good news for lazy gardeners: the fashion for perfectly mowed lawns is over! From now on, we prefer to let wild meadows grow in the garden to welcome biodiversity. For those who are not convinced, here are 5 good reasons to stop mowing the lawn.
Have you heard of tansy leaf phacelia? This annual herbaceous plant is interesting in more ways than one, both for its beauty and for its usefulness in the garden. We have listed for you 3 good reasons to plant this pretty purple flower.
Tomatoes are one of the most popular summer fruits for gardeners, including beginners. But this plant of the Solanaceae family has the disadvantage of being prone to various diseases. We propose you to discover the different tomato diseases, how to recognize them, prevent them and treat them.
You like to sow and harvest your fruits and vegetables, in the garden or on the terrace, to naturally improve production, as well as to fight against insects without chemicals, use the properties of plants and benefit from the assets of each one.
During the Garden Festival of the Royal Saltworks, the gardens of this famous monument are transformed to illustrate a different theme each year. For more than ten years, this festival has allowed many visitors to rediscover the Arc-et-Senans saltworks, which has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1982.
Every year, the city of Grasse honors the queen of flowers by organizing Expo Rose, the largest European exhibition of cut roses. For a few days, the Côte d'Azur capital of perfumes is adorned with thousands of roses and offers many activities around this flower.
The camerisier, better known as edible honeysuckle or blue honeysuckle, is a small fruit-bearing shrub that is still little known in France. However, it has amazing characteristics, very interesting to decorate high altitude gardens and/or to treat superfruits lovers.