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Lantana: a beautiful shrubby perennial

Lantana is a beautiful shrubby perennial that will advantageously decorate your tubs and flower beds in your garden.In summary, what you need to know: Name: LantanaFamily: VerbenaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 50 to 150 cmExposition: Sunny Soil: OrdinaryFoliage: Deciduous - Flowering : May to October / November Take advantage of its generous flowering from spring to autumn and a relatively easy maintenance.
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Plants and Health

Leek: its positive role on digestion

Undoubtedly one of the most popular of our vegetables, leek or allium porrum, is present all year round on our shelves. Its benefits and virtues for health have long been recognized and its consumption widely spread. same family as garlic and onion Read: cultivating leeks well Discover: our leek-based recipes Leek: for the record Originating in the Middle East, leeks quickly became a flagship vegetable of the Greeks, Romans and of the Egyptians.
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Gardening

It's possible to make a vegetable garden on your balcony!

People living in apartments are also allowed to grow their own vegetables, and you don't have to have a large plot of land to plant seeds or seedlings. With our tips, you will see that it is very easy to have a vegetable garden on your balcony, it might even make your children want to start gardening!
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Butterbur: health benefits and virtues

A dioecious perennial herb belonging to the Asteraceae family, butterbur is characterized by scaly flower stalks bearing flowers without peduncles grouped together on a receptacle and giant leaves in the heart. Like coltsfoot, butterbur grows on the edges of marshy soils and those moist in streams, in undergrowth and ditches, up to an altitude of about 1,500 meters.
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Plants and Health

Raspberry: benefits and virtues

The raspberry or rubus idaeus is a suckering and bushy shrub that produces raspberries, a fruit full of benefits and virtues for health. Its twigs can reach 2 m high. The raspberry grows wild on the edge of the forest (its etymology comes from the contraction of "wild strawberry") but also in the mountainous areas of Europe.
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