Gardening Tips

Gardening Tips

Gynerio, the popular herbaceous!

The genus (Cortaderia selloana) is an impressive herbaceous plant that produces large, winged flowers from late summer to winter. It comes from the South

Gardening Tips

How to add height to your garden!

There are several ways to add height to your outdoor space, regardless of its size! Here are some ideas to help you add

Gardening Tips

Lust, also known as the devil's ivy!

The lust (Epipremnum aureum), also known as the devil ivy, belongs to the Aracece family. There are about 20 species of climbers or reptiles, with aerial

Gardening Tips

Grow cauliflower!

Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. Botrytis) belongs to the cruciferous family. It originates from the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean and is cultivated mainly in the Mediterranean and coastal areas.

Gardening Tips

Crystalline, water-soluble fertilizers!

The soil is the main substrate for plant growth. Provides the root system with available nutrients and water and provides mechanical support to plants.

Gardening Tips

Slow release fertilizers!

The soil is the main substrate for plant growth. Provides the root system with available nutrients, water and provides mechanical support to plants.

Gardening Tips

Meet the insects that infect cucumbers!

Cucumber is the fruit that comes from the annual cucumber plant (Cucumis sativus – Sikios the day). It belongs to the family of Zucchini such as zucchini, watermelon and

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Thrips, the polyphagous insects of our garden!

Thrips are small, elongated insects with two pairs of narrow wings and a large number of long hairs around the perimeter. They belong to the order of Thysanoptera. They are polyphagous insects

Gardening Tips

Prickly pear, a misunderstood cactus!

The prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) Miller) belongs to the family of cacti (Cactaceae) which includes over 300 species. It comes from Mexico. In Europe

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