The International Garden Festival welcomes each year 150,000 visitors in the idyllic setting of the Chaumont-sur-Loire castle park. This festival invites you to discover the gardens of tomorrow, through playful and inventive landscaping projects. This visit is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for all amateur gardeners.
If you are used to using plants in your cooking or medicinal preparations, you know that it is preferable to use plants that you have grown and/or picked yourself rather than buying them in the shops. Here is a practical guide to plants to grow in a witch garden.
An amazing plant nicknamed air plant or daughter of the air, tillandsia is an epiphytic species that does not need to take root in the ground. We suggest you discover how to take care of this plant in 5 questions.
Very popular with beginning gardeners, orchids are probably the best known example of epiphytic plants. But do you know what this expression means exactly? We suggest you discover the definition and the singular characteristics of an epiphytic plant.
You may have already noticed that some people have this strange habit of putting matches in the pots of green or flowering plants... But do you know the benefits of this surprising gardening trick? We tell you all about the benefits of matches for the health of your plants.
The Foire Internationale de Nice is one of the most popular events on the French Riviera. After a two-year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Nice Exhibition Center reopens its doors to the public and welcomes some 400 professional exhibitors.
Are you familiar with the Meyer lemon? Even though it is officially called a 'lemon', this citrus fruit is a complex hybrid with a sweet, aromatic flavor. Here are 5 things to know about this amazing fruit.
Mini succulents have been a trend in decoration for a few years. But these small plants can't stay in the same pot forever and sometimes need more space. Here are 5 tips for repotting succulents.
Exotic fruit with a delicate and floral flavor, the lychee is native of China. But it was introduced in Reunion Island in the middle of the 18th century. This delicacy, which remained a well-kept secret for a long time, is today a delight for gourmets all year round.
If one of your good decorating resolutions for this year is to go zero waste, you have probably noticed that it is not easy to get rid of plastic and overpackaging. However, some specialized online stores can help you in your approach, including the e-shop Maison Durable.