Botanists call it Oxalys, others call it clover or false clover, but all agree on its magnificent purple color. With its beautiful triangular leaves and its pale pink flowers which contrast with its dark foliage, the purple Oxalys is a small decorative marvel at home, but also on the terrace and in the garden… An extremely decorative clover If it is not yet proven that the four-leaf clover brings good luck, nobody questions the highly decorative virtues of purple oxalys.
The media have demonized weed killers in the agricultural sector so much that we no longer know how to remove weeds from our garden. Update on the reality of the products and the best practices to adopt thanks to Patrick Mioulane, President of Promojardin and garden journalist. What are weed killers on the amateur gardening market today?
It is proven, green plants cheer up and participate in a feeling of general well-being, even in bedrooms. But just to pronounce the word "green plant", your teenager has already uttered great cries of fright, and frankly, you do not see him watering a begonia in his lair.
Martine Camillieri, scenographer, imagined two very poetic festive tables to stage the festive outfit of the Badoit bottle. This ingenious plastic artist practices playful ecology on a daily basis by recovering and diverting packaging to give it a second life. Its first festive table celebrates the "Feast in the forest": biodegradable dishes, small edible fairy-tale characters, an ideal table for a children's Christmas party.
It is a dream for some of us: to discover at the bottom of the newly acquired land an abandoned barn with high ceilings and magnificent beams. This dream turned into reality for others and this barn discovered ended up becoming a beautiful house of character.
Spring is my favorite season. That of renewal, which marks the return of luminosity and gives me the energy necessary to set out again in new projects by the thousands. It is also during this period that the pretty tulips bloom. They are among the first flowers to adorn themselves with colors and to color our parks.