An old French gardening proverb says: “Feed the soil first to harvest more”. The secret to successful gardening is a good soil. And how do you feed it? With quality food, i.e. a great fertilizer. The good news is you can prepare an amazing one yourself, with ingredients you already have in your kitchen, i.e. organic food waste.
It’s a gardener’s black gold, THE miracle remedy, THE ultimate plant enhancer, THE absolute non-toxic must-have to make your garden insanely beautiful and your neighbours green with envy. It's full of nourishing goodness, perfect for rich roses and ravishing radishes, paramount to protect them and improves soil structure. It’s easy, organic, budget friendly and very much worth any effort that you put in it. So, get green, get composting. Start manufacturing your very own super stimulant. Make sure you follow a few simple rules and you’ll get the best fertilizer ever.
Eradicate and discourage grotty garden pests with extraordinarily elegant, efficient and ecological methods.To prevent hostile invasions and avoid further unnecessary deaths in the garden, learn to delegate. Recruit valiant vigilantes to do the job for you …
From early spring through autumn, busily chomping away with their razor-sharp mandibles, these ghastly gluttons voraciously feed on your poor cabbage leaves, making lace out of them before you know it. Don’t despair: there are eco-friendly ways to discourage these creatures from laying their eggs on your crops.
According to an old Chinese proverb, the best fertilizer is the gardener’s shadow. But adding some extra plant food, such as banana peels, won’t hurt. Unfortunately, the poor dears’ amazing qualities are sadly unrecognized and all this because the slippery banana peel trope severely tarnished their reputation. A most unfair state of affairs when these lovely many-talented yellow envelopes are, amongst other things, fabulous fertilizers. These marvels are bursting with minerals – potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and lots more – plants absolutely adore, and so do we!
Your lawn desperately needs a good cut. Unfortunately, as is the case for hair, it takes more than just pushing the mower to do a good job. Compared to the stylish affair next door, yours, scalped by Raymond, is a sorry sight indeed.
De nombreuses études montrent que les désherbants chimiques sont dangereux pour la santé. Le vinaigre est une excellente alternative pour contrôler les mauvaises herbes, les insectes nuisibles et maladies qui s’attaquent à vos plates-bandes.
It used to look so well. But now unsightly lime scale stains are ruining its stunning beauty. Stephan, his proud owner is devastated. Thank goodness, Bénédicte, his lovely wife and MacGyverette extraordinaire, has a magic recipe