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Gardening

Maritime pine bark: excellent mulching

Maritime pine bark is an excellent mulch, both useful and very decorative.It comes from maritime pines and its production is mainly located in the southwest of France.It has different advantages and in particular quite diverse uses. To read also: Mulching, it decorates, nourishes and protects, Benefits of pine bark The use of pine bark has many advantages for plants and beds, especially for heather earth plants which like acidic soils.
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Plants and Health

Pumpkin: benefits and virtues

The pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) belongs to the Cucurbitaceae family. It is a squash, with stringy yellow or orange flesh, with multiple shapes and colors, native to North America.Its stems, hollow and hairy, bear very broad leaves, toothed and covered with coarse hairs. : How to grow pumpkins well Discover: all our pumpkin and squash recipes Tradition: Halloween, the origin of the grimacing pumpkin The pumpkin and its health benefits Imported from America in the 16th century, pumpkins were quickly discovered to have deworming properties and it confirmed its effectiveness in the 19th century in the treatment of tapeworms.
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Desserts

Peppery Butternut Cake

Original and delicious, this butternut pepper cake is a dessert that should surprise and seduce your guests.Ingredients for 4 people: 400 g of butternut 130 g of semi-salted butter (including 5 g for the mold) 2 eggs 120 g of brown sugar 150 g of rice flour 50 g of corn starch 1 tsp. of guar gum 1 sachet of organic gluten-free yeast 70 g of ground hazelnuts (or almonds) 4 pinches of RoellingerSel pepper Pepper cake with butternut - Preheat the oven to 180 ° C (th.
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Aromatics

Mertensia maritima, the oyster plant

Mertensia maritima, also called oyster plant, or vegetable oyster, is an amazing plant whose taste should surprise you.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Mertensia maritimaFamily: BoraginaceaeFoliage: EvergreenType: Aromatic plant, perennialHeight: 15 cmExposure : Part shade Soil: Well drained Flowering: Summer Sowing mertensia maritima This is probably the best way to grow mertensia by sowing.
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Gardening

Sacred gourds!

Easy to grow in the vegetable garden, cucurbits have a wide variety of fruits that can be enjoyed from late summer to early spring. Butternut squash, spaghetti and musk, pumpkin, pumpkin, patidou… Squashes offer a very wide range of shapes, tastes and colors, you can enjoy it in purees, soups, gratins, or for the sweeter ones (such as Butternut, pumpkin and patidou, with the good taste of chestnuts), simply roasted in the oven with a drizzle of oil and fleur de sel.
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Gardening

Stephanotis: star fragrance

Stephanotis (or Madagascar jasmine) was Marilyn Monroe's favorite plant. Its flowering requires a little attention, but its elegant and incredibly fragrant florets deserve some effort. A lucky plant native to Madagascar, where it was brought back in the 19th century, stephanotis is traditionally used in bridal bouquets.
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