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Plants and Health

Aloe vera: benefits and virtues

A virtuous plant whose origin is uncertain, Aloe Vera has been known since ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt to the pharaohs for its benefits. Existing in several species, of which fifteen are known for their medicinal properties, Aloe Vera is cultivated in Cape Verde, North Africa, the Mediterranean region and the Canary Islands.
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Garden flowers

Hosta: a plant for shade

The hosta is a discreet flowering perennial in spring and late summer but it is its foliage that is the most famous.In summary, what you need to know: Name: HostaFamily: LiliaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 20 to 80 cm Exposure: Part shade and shade Soil: Rather rich Flowering: May to September Foliage: Deciduous In pot or in the ground, it is easy to maintain and will quickly seduce you with its many qualities.
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Food recipes

Basque chicken pie

A true Basque specialty, the Basque tart is full of flavors and spices. Ingredients for 4 people: 2 tomatoes 1 clove of garlic 1 onion 1 red pepper, 1 green pepper 2 chicken cutlets 20 g butter 1 tsp. coffee paprika 1 branch of thyme 10 cl white wine 1 tsp. level tablespoon cane sugar 3 eggs 25 cl liquid cream 1 pinch of Espelette pepper 1 pure butter shortcrust pastry Salt, freshly ground pepper Basque chicken pie, the recipe Peel, cut the tomatoes in half, remove the seeds and cut them into small pieces.
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Roasted apples in half-salt

An easy-to-make fall dessert, mother Poulard's roasted apples in half-salt are both delicious and deliciously flavored.Preparation: 15 minutesCooking: 1h15Ingredients for 4 people: 4 apples (Boskoop, Reinette du Canada) 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon coffee 60g caster sugar 60 to 80g butter (half fresh butter / half-salted butter) 1 spoonful of redcurrant jelly or strawberry jelly or jam A few slivered almonds A few tablespoons of water Roasted apples in half salt> Wash the apples without peeling them.
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The coquelourde: planting and maintenance

Rustic and aesthetic, the coquelourde is a perennial that will decorate your garden in a picturesque way.The coquelourde in summary: Latin name: Lychnis coronaria Common name: Coquelourde des jardinsFamily: Caryophyllaceae Type: PerennialPort: In a tuftHeight: 45 to 70 cmDensity of planting: 4 to 6 feet per m² Exposure: Sunny Soil: Any type, but well drained Flowering: July - August The garden coquelourde is a hardy perennial that knows how to resist and adapt to climatic conditions.
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Fruit trees

Mulberry and blackberries: delicious summer berries

Mulberry offers delicious blackberries during the summer. In summary, what you should know: Name: Rubus fruticosus Family: Rosaceae Type: Fruit shrub Height: 1 to 3 m Exposure: Sunny and partial shade Soil: Quite rich Foliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Summer - Harvest: End of summer Planting, pruning and maintenance , here are the actions to have a beautiful harvest of blackberries.
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