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Fruit trees

Fruiting size

The size of fruiting bodies has an important role in the development of your fruit tree as well as in the control of its production. Although not essential, it is recommended when you want a higher yield. When should you prune fruit?
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Pineapple mint: nicely variegated

Growing and cultivating pineapple mint is quite possible and even recommended for all those who like to flavor dishes! In summary, what you need to know: Name: Mentha rotundifolia 'Pineapple' Family: LamiaceaeType: Aromatic plantHeight: 20 at 60 cm Exposure: Sunny, partial shade Soil: Light, well-drained Harvest: May to October Forget about buying mint which only lasts a few days and opt for picking according to your needs.
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Asparagus tartare verrine: the delicious recipe

Here is a recipe from chef Cyril Haberland of asparagus and tartare® cheese verrine Ingredients for 4 people: 1 jar of Tartare® Cranberry & Pepper 150g 20 green asparagus (about 12 cm long) 2 pink radishes 50g broad beans 50g green peas Chervil and chives 1 spring onion 4 slices of grain bread Olive oil 1 clove of garlic 1 sprig of thyme and rosemary 1 tsp.
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Garden flowers

Tritoma: beautiful and original

The tritoma, kniphofias or false aloe is a beautiful perennial native to South Africa. Its flowering is quite original while the decorative effect is guaranteed.In summary, what you need to know: Name: KniphofiaFamily: LiliaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 50 to 150 cmExposure: SunnySoil: LimestoneFlowering: June to November Maintenance is everything quite easy for this flower which will quickly find its place at the bottom of the massif in your garden.
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Trees and shrubs

Create your bonsai!

The Egyptians potted the tree for easier transport, the Chinese for aesthetic reasons and the Japanese were masters in the art of bonsai. Why not try to create a miniature tree too? tree ends up in a hollow of rock, it grows there if it finds a little soil and enough light and water.
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Strawberry soup

Here is a light, fresh and totally fruity dessert with strawberry soup with yuzu juice and basil leaves. Ingredients for 4 people: 15 cl of water 25 g of cane sugar 2 tsp. tablespoons of yuzu juice 600 g of strawberries 50 g of cottage cheese at 0 2 tsp. tablespoons sweetened condensed milk A few basil leaves Read also: health benefits and virtues of strawberries Strawberry soup - In a saucepan, add the water and sugar.
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