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Beans: all growing tips

Bean, which has many varieties, is a very easy vegetable to grow.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Phaseolus vulgarisFamily: FabaceaeType: AnnualHeight: 40 to 400 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Light, not too wet : 2 to 4 months after sowing depending on the species.
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Leek gratin with Brie de Meaux

Here is a nice recipe for leek gratin with Brie de Meaux, ideal with a salad or with a good grill Ingredients for 4 people: 8 leeks 120 g of Brie de Meaux 10 g of butter For the bechamel sauce: 30 g of half-butter salt 30 g of flour 50 cl of whole milk 1 pinch of nutmeg Salt, freshly ground pepper Leek gratin with Brie de Meaux - Separate the white from the green leek.
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Heather: planting, pruning and advice on caring for it

Heather is a pretty perennial plant that colors the beds in summer, fall and winter depending on the species.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Erica & CallunaFamily: EricaceaeType: Heather earth plantHeight: 15 at 150 cm Exposure: Sunny and partial shade Soil: Land of heather Foliage: Evergreen Flowering: Summer to winter depending on the species Read also: Erica heather, autumn and winter heather Calluna heather: summer and autumn heather Planting heather Planting heather is important because it is a plant which appreciates acidic soils and should be planted in heather soil or, possibly, so-called heather soil.
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Garden flowers

Platycodon: the large-flowered bellflower

The platycodon, also called large-flowered bellflower is a very beautiful herbaceous perennial, well known for its lasting and generous flowering.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Platycodon grandiflorusFamily: CampanulaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 20 to 60 cmExposition: Sunny or partial shade Soil: Rather rich and light Flowering: June to September Planting platycodon Platycodon is planted in spring in a rather sunny place although partial shade is ideal for more southern regions.
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Grasses: wild grasses in the garden

At the end of summer, the garden seems very sad without its flowers ... Unless you plant grasses! Colorful and full of panache, they will bring a note of vitality that will last a large part of the year Decorative plants Ornamental grasses (sedge, festuque, stipa, pennisetum, etc.) offer such a wide range of wild grasses that you will necessarily find a variety that adapts to your land and your tastes.
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Mallow: planting, flowering and advice on caring for it

Mallow is a pretty plant with a wild look and very decorative in the garden.In summary, what you should know: Name: MalvaFamily: MalvaceaeType: Perennial, cultivates as a biennialHeight: 50 to 140 cmExposition: SunnySoil: OrdinaryFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering: Summer Easy to maintain, it is perfect for balconies, terraces or the garden.
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