Everyone knows sunflowers for their large, bright yellow flowers and for the sunflower oil used in cooking. But have you considered planting sunflowers in your garden? If you've never tried growing them, here are 5 good reasons to do so.
If you have a garden, a vegetable garden or a simple balcony, you may buy seed packets in the shops without asking any questions. But seeds are more important than they seem to be for the future of the planet and humanity. If you've never heard of farmer's seeds, here are 5 things you should know about these little seeds that help safeguard biodiversity and food security.
Are you hesitating between a traditional or more modern style of decoration? You don't know exactly what type of interior design you would like to adopt in your home? Try the transitional style! This new decorating trend perfectly combines contemporary elements with a warm atmosphere. We explain how to mix old and new in 5 questions.
If you like to garden, you've probably heard of these old tricks that can be used to enrich the soil or to scare away pests. But are they really effective? We have selected 5 grandmotherly recipes that work for you.
Nutmeg is one of the most common spices in cooking. But do you know the tree that gives this aromatic nut? We suggest you discover this tropical tree called nutmeg tree.
You may know that cinnamon sticks are dried pieces of bark. But do you know the tree that gives this spice used throughout the world? Called Ceylon cinnamon, this tree of the Lauraceae family is native to Sri Lanka.
The carob tree is native to the Mediterranean countries. It produces the carob, a kind of fruit formed by a pod that contains seeds. It is a very old but poorly known plant, which has been cultivated since antiquity.
The plant that produces vanilla is a liana of the orchid family. We suggest you discover how this orchid is cultivated and how the most used spice in the world is produced.