If you happen to walk in the woods, a Fraxinus excelsior walking stick may be useful to keep snakes away.
If I ask you if you know Japanese Maple you all say yes. Maybe some of you have it in the garden or on the balcony and even complain that it doesn’t give you satisfaction.
Rosmarinum officinalis is the plant of immortality for Greeks and Egyptians. Magical in many cultures, it actually has stimulating properties.
Can a plant called Rincospermum jasminoides be very intelligent? Jokes aside, it is beautiful, fragrant and evergreen.
Does the name “Hypericum perforatum” mean nothing to you? But it’s St. John’s Wort, the devil buster! herbaceous with a thousand therapeutic properties.
A large shrub famous for its long, powerful thorns and colorful berries. It adapts to many climatic situations and offers, if well pruned, very colorful winters. Let’s go and meet it.
Did you put up a tree this year? If so, whether real or fake it certainly resembled a Caucasian fir, a “Norman Abies”
Pittosporum tobira is a plant that often goes unnoticed, even though it is full of quality. Rustic, evergreen, fragrant and with red berries.
Did you know that the Gallic name of “Betula alba” is linked to bitumen? Because it was used as an adhesive since Neanderthals.
“Lagerstroemia indica” comes from India in the second half of the 1700s and today is available in many colors.