Making a kokedama can seem difficult and technical. However, even if it requires a little dexterity and patience, there is nothing insurmountable. By following our three rules for making a kokedama, this one will no longer hold any secrets for you. Maintenance of the kokedama Step 1: Prepare the earth ball Creating the earth ball that will collect your plant is the most delicate step.
If there is one fruit that can be stored for many months and that can be enjoyed until the dead of winter, it is the apple. stored in good conditions until Christmas and sometimes even beyond.From picking to storage, here are the rules to follow for optimal conservation of apples.
The stew is undoubtedly one of everyone's favorite dishes and it deserves it.Ingredients for 6 people: 2 kg of beef (chuck, collar, scoter, gîte) Marrow bone 2 onions and 2 cloves of garlic 2 cloves 4 beautiful carrots 6 firm potatoes 4 leek whites 3 turnips 3 liters of water 1 bouquet garni Salt, pepper This ancient recipe has many variations so here is one that has seduced us.
Asian or oriental inspiration, this veal lemongrass stir-fried rice recipe is both fresh and easy. A recipe by Louise Denisot.Ingredients for 4 people: 500 g of veal 3 stalks of lemongrass 4 cm of fresh ginger 1 small bunch of coriander 200 g of fragrant Thai rice 4 stalks of new onion 2 tbsp.
Cousin of the American blueberry called "blueberry", the blueberry is a fruit belonging to the Ericaceae family, itself produced by species of the Vaccinium genus. Small blue-purplish berries with a delicately sweet taste, blueberries are the only plants requiring a soil rich in aluminum for their development.
It's possible to transform your roof into a real garden of Eden while enjoying the view! Discover our tips for taking advantage of this roof terrace and making it a cocooning green setting. Its terrace The fruit trees for a small garden and terrace The roof, a new garden Modern buildings and houses often have flat concrete roofs.