Name: Tradescantia Family: Commelinaceae Type: Perennial Height: 20 to 50 cm Exposure: Sunny or partial shade Soil: Ordinary, rather cool Foliage: Persistent Flowering: May to September Planting of poverty Indifferently, in autumn or in spring. Choose a place not too hot. Multiplication by clump division or seedling in place in spring.
The piéris come in a wide variety and make the show all year round in the garden, both for their evergreen foliage, rich in colors, varying with the seasons, and for their spectacular and generous panicles of flowers. To read also: Pieris Japonica: maintenance advice Andromeda: maintenance advice Pieris: a very attractive shrub The flowers of piéris, white, pink or red clusters, more or less fragrant, like so many small bells suspended from slender stems, announce the spring.
Wild thyme is a small creeping perennial that is as aromatic as it is decorative.In summary, what you need to know: Name: Thymus serpyllumFamily: LamiaceaeType: Creeping plant, covering Height: 15 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Light, well drained Foliage: Evergreen - Flowering: Summer Health : benefits and virtues of thyme Read also: all our articles and recipes devoted to thyme Its pink flowering and evergreen foliage make it interesting all year round.
Treat yourself with this delicious recipe for a porcini pie accompanied by glazed onions, Roquefort cheese and walnuts.Difficulty: easyPreparation time: 20 minBaking time: 57 minIngredients for 8 people: For the dough: 180g of whole flour1,5 tbsp of walnut oil 125g / 1 plain yogurt (soya possible) 1 tsp Guérande salt 2 tbsp hot water 2 turns of a pepper mill (finely ground) For the tart base: 1 tbsp cooking soy cream 20g Roquefort cheese For the garnish : 20 fresh porcini mushrooms or 500g of frozen porcini mushrooms 1 clove of garlic 2 large yellow onions ½ tbsp walnut oil 1 tbsp agave syrup 2 tbsp cooking soy cream For decoration: 2 tbsp shelled and crushed walnuts Recipe for Porcini, onion tart glazed, Roquefort and walnuts First, prepare the dough.
Virginia sumac, or staghorn sumac, is a small tree with a rounded habit that is appreciated for its red fruits but which also has an invasive side.In summary, what you should know: Name: Rhus typhinaFamily: AnacardiaceaeType: ShrubHeight: 5 m Exposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary Foliage: Deciduous - Flowering: June to August Planting Virginia sumac Unimportant, Virginia sumac planting takes place in both spring and fall.
Baby's breath are very pretty perennials or annuals with summer flowering.In summary, what you should know: Name: GypsophilaFamily: CaryophyllaceaeType: PerennialHeight: 20 to 100 cmExposure: Sunny Soil: Ordinary, limestone, well drainedFlowering: May to SeptemberMaintenance , from planting to the size of baby's breath is easy and the decorative effect guaranteed.