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FRAISIER toscana

Well suited for pots, window boxes and flower boxes; can also be planted in a garden.  Needs a rich and well-drained soil. If planted in the garden, set plants 30cm apart in rows which are 60cm apart. Apply a good manure in fall and mulch for the winter.

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garlic chives bio

The strong taste of this herb is similar to garlic. Its flat and thin leaves and its white flowers are used raw in vinegars, salads, omelettes and meat dishes. Plant it in a vegetable garden in a light and fertile soil or in a container. Cut the leaves 5cm from ground, that way they will grow back easily; gives many crops per season. Can be frozen easily in small batches. Zone 4.

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géranium citron

"The leaves have a pleasant citronella aroma. Crushed, they flavour soups, fruit dishes, jellies, sorbets, cakes. An infusion of the leaves is used as a tea. The leaves can be dried for the making of potpourri or herb pillows. Very strongly fragrant, it is used to help to keep the summer mosquitos away. Grows in flower boxes or pots. "

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golden sage bio


Salvia officinalis ‘Icterina’ is also known as golden sage. Golden sage has the same aromatic and flavor properties of traditional sage but boasts lovely variegated leaves that are a contrast from the grayish leaves of common garden sage. Is golden sage edible? You can harvest leaves from Icterina just as you would garden sage and use in the same culinary manner, but you get a more eye appealing foliar display that adds some punch to your herb garden. Learn how to grow a golden sage plant for aroma, flavor and non-toxic pest control.

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golden zucchini bio

Cylindrical bright yellow fruit that is eaten young and seedless with a tender skin and flesh. Should not be more than 20cm long. The flower is also consumed, stuffed or deep fried. The compact plants will form a mound without spreading stems. Light, deep and humus rich soil.

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green mint bio

The mild mint is refreshing in lemonades, salads, desserts and pastries. It is part of many oriental cuisine. Harvest as needed, before blooming; the leaves harvested before blooming time have more flavor. Fresh or dried leaves can be used. In the border, the mint is cultivated in a fresh and well drained soil; in this case, the mint has to be planted with the pot otherwise it will be too invasive. Can also be cultivated in a large container.

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green zucchini bio

Zucchini can be dark or light green, and generally have a similar shape to a ridged cucumber sometimes blotched with paler spot. Zucchini are eaten when they are young and seedless with a tender skin and flesh. Should not be more than 20cm long. The flower is also consumed, stuffed or deep fried. The compact plants will form a mound without spreading stems. Light, deep and humus rich soil.

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Helichrysum IcIcles

This plant is grown for its attractive silvery foliage. Provides interesting texture and colour to hanging baskets, beds, borders and window boxes. Thrives in a moderately fertile and very well-drained soil. Tolerates heat and drought.

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HELICHRYSUM LIME

"DESCRIPTION: Oval, light green leaves; semi-trailling habit; it adds a nice luminous touch to all annual arrangements. SOIL: well-drained USES: flower bed, mixed container, flower box, hanging basket. "

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helichrysum mini silver

This plant produces long stems bearing small silvery and downy leaves. Perfect in flower boxes, hanging baskets and patio pots mixed with other annual plants. Thrives in a moderately fertile and very well-drained soil. Tolerates heat and drought.

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