If you have lavender in your garden or in a pot on your terrace, you may have noticed that this bushy plant tends to sag and hollow out over time. The secret to keeping your plants compact and productive lies in pruning. We will explain how to prune lavender.
All gardeners who have a balcony exposed to strong winds know it well: drafts are a scourge for plantings. If you're tired of finding broken branches, torn flower petals, and dried-out planters, here are 5 windbreak tips to protect plants on a windy balcony.
If you have to leave for several days and nobody can come to water your plants during your vacation, know that there is a way to save your green plants from dehydration and drying out. We will explain what watering gel is and how you can make it yourself.
Originally from Central America, the bell pepper was introduced to Europe in the 16th century, but its cultivation only developed in the 18th century. Here are 5 unusual facts about bell peppers that you may not know.
The garden shed is the gardener's secret domain: not only does he store his tools and accessories there, but he can also prepare his seedlings or tinker. This annex to the house comes in various sizes, shapes, and materials. Depending on its surface area, its installation may require administrative procedures. Here is a practical guide to choosing the right garden shed in 5 questions.
Exotic fruit still unknown in Europe, kalamansi is a small citrus with a powerful taste. Its flavor evokes both the acidity of lemon and the fragrance of mandarin and kumquat. Here are 5 things to know about this fruit also called the Philippine lemon.
With the multiplication of heatwaves, it is urgent to adapt both gardening practices and the layout of outdoor spaces around your home. We will explain how to make the surroundings of your house cooler and how to create a cool island in your garden.
After the plancha and the brasero, the new trendy cooking appliance is the kamado! While grilling season is in full swing, why not try this funny Japanese barbecue that looks like a big ceramic egg? We will explain to you why and how to use a kamado.
When the mercury rises, we are not the only ones suffering from the heat! In the garden, on a balcony, and even in an apartment, our plants also experience the effects of heatwaves and drought. Here is a practical guide in 5 questions to minimize damage and help your crops withstand a heatwave.
In gardening as in DIY, sharpening tools is an important part of their maintenance. Before using certain tools such as shears or a hoe, you should always check that they are properly sharpened. Here are 5 tips for sharpening garden tools.