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Gardening

Allamanda: The Golden Trumpet

Although not very resistant to cold, allamanda is a plant that adorns Mediterranean gardens perfectly.It offers a sumptuous yellow bloom throughout the summer.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Allamanda CatharticaFamily: ApocynaceaeType: Plant Climbing Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rather light Foliage: Persistent Flowering: July to November Planting an allamanda well Planting allamanda is an important step even if it cannot take place everywhere outdoors, its cultivation in pots is possible under certain conditions.
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Gardening

How about a shelter for your garden?

Owning a garden shed is a must for all gardening enthusiasts, more or less assiduous. Large, small, in wood, PVC or iron, the garden shed has many advantages including that of making your life much easier when it comes to storing the multitude of more or less bulky tools that you use. for gardening.
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Garden flowers

Dianthus barbatus: the poet's carnation

The poet's carnation or carnation barbatus perfectly adorns flower beds and planters thanks to its magnificent colors.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Dianthus barbatusFamily: CaryophyllaceaeType: BiennialHeight: 20 to 40 cmExposition: Sunny and partial shadeSoil: Well drained, ordinarySowing: May to AugustFlowering: May to SeptemberPlanting, sowing the poet's carnationSow the poet's carnation well: The poet's carnation is sown at the end of spring or in summer for a flowering the following year.
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Garden flowers

Horsetail, graphic and decorative

Horsetail is a perennial full of virtues, but often invasive in gardens.More attractive, the giant horsetail with a contemporary look deserves a place of choice, in a damp corner or at the edge of a water point. horsetail comes straight from prehistoric times. It has been found in fossils dating from the Paleozoic Era and at that time it measured over 10 meters.
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Gardening

Scarole, the little sister of the curly

HomeGardeningPotage and vegetablesScarole, the little sister of the curly leafThe curly and the escarole, both from chicory plants can be considered as 2 sisters. They are nevertheless distinguished by their appearance and their taste. therefore allows it to be consumed longer.
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Desserts

Buttercream log, chocolate and pear icing

Here is a gourmet recipe for Christmas, the pear chocolate log as you have never tasted it. Ingredients for 4 people: For the sponge cake: 3 egg whites 75 g of sugar 75 g of flour For the chocolate buttercream: 350 g of unsalted butter 10 cl of water 6 egg whites 135 g of sugar 10 cl of chocolate sauce For the caramel glaze, chocolate and pears: 2 pears 100 g of semi-salted butter 250 g of caster sugar 20 cl of liquid cream 50 g of dark chocolate Yule log with butter cream, chocolate and pear icing For the sponge cake: Preheat the oven to 170 ° C (th.
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