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Les différentes maladies chez le rosier

Lutter contre l'oïdium, la rouille, ou la maladie des tâches noires est possible avec les plantes. Le jardin renferme des remèdes naturels tels que l'ortie, ...

What a great use for corks! Bees can easily drown in water, but with some corks they have wonderful little life rafts. #DIY4Bees

How to Turn a Pallet into a Garden (Gardening world)

Great Burdock The root is used to treat ‘toxic overload’ that result in throat infections and skin diseases like : boils, rashes, burns, bruises, herpes, eczema, acne, impetigo, ringworm, bites. Marsh

'Country Dancer' Rose PhotoThis rose continues to amaze me. NO disease and the most beautiful blooms. The outermost petals fade to the palest pink while the inner petals keep their deep color. Stunning en masse. The coloration gives the entire rose bush depth. A must have for someone looking for a rewarding low-care rose. Blooms almost continually in zone 7 even through temps in the 90's.,

German Wasps - How to Keep them out of your bee hives

German Wasps - This is an article about how to keep wasps out of your Beehives. German Wasps are known as yellow Jackets in America.:

Rose 'Paul's Himalayan Musk'

Rosa 'Paul’s Himalayan Musk' - one of my favourite multi-flora ramblers for growing into trees. It can reach 9m in height by 3.5m in spread. It bears clusters of pale pink flowers in Summer. It has one large flush and then it's over.

Sombreuil’ rose - A charming climber. The flowers have many petals arranged in the form of flat, quartered rosettes. They are creamy white, sometimes with a hint of pink at the centre, and have a delicious tea scent. In quality and refinement they compare with the very best Old Roses, although ‘Sombreuil’ is a hardy rose that repeat flowers well