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Kiwis in the garden

If you love kiwis, so rich in vitamin C, then don't wait any longer to grow them in the garden! The amount of fruit produced by Actinidia, this liana-like shrub, will amaze you.Originally from the forests of central China, Actinidia is not only easy to grow, but also very productive, vigorous and not very susceptible to disease.
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Garden flowers

Achillea umbellata: a beautiful yarrow for your garden

Achillea umbellata in summary: Latin name: Achillea umbellata Common name: Achillea Family: Asteraceae Type: Persistent perennial Port: Ground cushion Height: 5 to 15 cm Plant density: 6 to 8 feet per m² Exposure: Sunny or even partial shade Soil: All types, but well drained Flowering: May to September Achillea umbellata is part of the genus of yarrow.
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Growing beans

Growing beans, from sowing to harvesting, planting and maintenance, including watering, here are the tips for growing beans well Here are all the tips for growing beans
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Plants and Health

Honey: benefits and medicinal virtues

Honey is a sweet substance produced by bees along with flower nectar and honeydew. Honey is an all-natural product. Yellow amber fossils have shown that bees and honey were on Earth long before humans. It is estimated that they already inhabited our planet 40 to 50 million years ago.
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Garden flowers

Hakonechloa macra: Japanese herb

Hakonechloa macra in summary: Latin name: Hakonechloa macra Common name: Japanese grass Family: Poaceae Type: Grass Height: 25 to 45 cm Planting density: 4 to 5 feet per m² Exposure: Sun, shade or partial shade Soil: All types, humus, cool but draining Flowering : August-September (but insignificant) Foliage: Deciduous The Hakonechloa macra is a perennial grass easily recognizable thanks to its compact habit in tuft and its long thin and arched leaves.
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One-sided salmon: recipe and cooking time

One-sided salmon consists of cooking the salmon fillet on one side only on a very hot embers, usually on the barbecue or over a wood fire. Both tender and tasty, it is undoubtedly one of the the noblest way to taste the salmon which reveals all its secrets. Ingredients for 4 people: 1 thick fillet of salmon of about 650 g A few pink berries A few sprigs of rosemary Dill One-sided salmon recipe Here is a recipe that can be made as well summer on the barbecue and winter at the fireplace if you have one.
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