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Day: August 9, 2018

Focus on Eremurus, the Steppe Lily.

August 9, 2018

The plant to impress his friends! We are now focusing on Eremurus, because once installed, it is a very gratifying plant . It becomes big, flowers long enough, and has a surprising appearance. Where does he come from and who are his parents? Before marrying a new plant, do you want to know more about her family and […]

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Urban agriculture: the last cow in Paris

August 9, 2018

A little riddle! Question: Do you know when was the last cow from Paris ? Answer: in 1971 . At the moment when the City of Paris announced the creation of a giant urban farm at the Porte de la Chapelle , it seemed important to show with this little riddle in the form of a booster, that urban agriculture is  not […]

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A little history of gardens

August 9, 2018

Today – once is not custom – we want to tackle a theme that crosses gardening and society . It is that of the relationship between the garden and the social representation. If you were expecting people to say, “The rich there are gardens like that, the poor are brave and you have them like that …” or conversely, you’ll […]

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All you ever wanted to know about sex in plants (1 of 3)

August 9, 2018

A little reference to Woody Allen’s movie , this title! That we do not accuse us of deception, it is good sex which we will speak here! But if this dear Woody posed a lot of questions about the comparative interest of this or that sexual practice (and how, incidentally, to get there), the plants themselves, until proven […]

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All you ever wanted to know about sex in plants (2 of 3)

August 9, 2018

After an introduction to the sexuality of plants, read here here is a fun little recreation, with some pretty striking examples of what nature could invent to achieve its ends, and frankly, question innovation , nature arises there. The color spots that humans do not see. We enjoy looking at the shimmering colors of the flowers, but do you […]

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Let’s act for biodiversity by becoming third-garden activists!

August 9, 2018

The third garden, kezako? The third garden is simply to leave a part of the garden fallow – to abandon it to nature alone. How? Technically, simply by not putting your feet , or almost: we tell you more, a little lower on this same page. And what is this for ? Biodiversity is in danger! Everyone is aware today that biodiversity is in […]

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