Cornflower, Sowing and Cultivation

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Cornflower, Sowing and Cultivation

Cornflower, also known as Centaura, is especially appreciated for the elegance of its blue, purple flowers. Let’s see how to cultivate and sow this plant. Cornflower is a perennial herbaceous plant native to North Europe, America and Asia. The scientific name is Centaurea cyanus and belongs to the Asteraceae family. Cornflower is a truly elegant […]

In Hydrangea, Won’t You Give Up Camelie Azalee? Here’s What To Do.

It may happen that the soil of your garden is not suitable for some species of plants, which you would not want to give up. But you can adapt to it by finding some solutions. Continue the article! Many of you readers love to see and cultivate in your own garden, some plants of great […]

The Difference Between Bulbs, Rhizomes, Corms, Tubers And Tuberous Roots

Even if they have similar characteristics, calling them or knowing them all as bulbs is not correct. Let’s see why it is important to know what differentiates them. With the term bulb, we often enclose all species of flowering plants or horticultural, which have an underground organ that has the function of enclosing all the […]

Surfinie Or Petunias: Beautiful Balcony Plants Also Known As Potunias

To give our garden, but especially our balcony or terrace, a cascade of fragrant flowers, the surfinie are the ideal choice. Very resistant and with very compact foliage, these plants give our balconies a touch of colour with abundant flowering in spring. Let’s get to know this type of plant better. Surfinia is nothing more […]

Herbaceous, Woody And Semi-woody Cutting. Multiply The Plant

Cuttings are one of the simplest and most successful methods of plant multiplication. In this post we see the herbaceous, woody and semi-woody cuttings, the characteristics and how to make them. Cuttings are an excellent method used to multiply a vegetative species, including our favorite garden and balcony plants. This method is very simple, used […]

La Mimosa: Flower As Bright And Tenacious As The Woman

Mimosa is the flower that symbolizes Women’s Day, and everyone knows that. But perhaps you don’t know that mimosa can be easily grown in the garden, or even on a pot on the terrace. Mimosa is a plant native to the Australian continent, arrived in Europe in the early 1800s and adapted very well to […]

Ants Invade Your Plants? Here Are The Causes.

Ants are small insects that often invade our plants, garden or terrace. Why? Follow the article and you will understand what their goal is and how to act. Ants are small insects present all over the world, belonging to the family of the order of the Hymenoptera. Each of us will have had the opportunity […]

Sowing At Home. That’s What It Takes To Get Good Results

Sowing in a greenhouse, seedbed or warm bed is done at home and is very simple. It is a process that allows us to reproduce our favorite seedlings or any other plant, saving a lot of money. Just retrieve the seeds from the plants in our garden, or buy sachets of seeds in garden shops, […]

Oidium, What is it? Prevention and Remedies

Powdery mildew or white mildew is a fungal disease of plants that can occur at any time and every year. Let’s see better what it is, how to prevent and remedy it before it is too late. What is Oidium? It is also called white malt or albugine and is a fungal disease that attacks […]