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Heron's Nest Herb Farm, Blanco Texas

Great ideas for hill country - solar water retention and composting

Apple Cookies with Lavender Glaze

Heron's Nest Herb Farm

a lavender farm, Blanco, Texas

Lavender Sunrise by Antony Spencer | Visit: http://antonyspencer.com/portfolio/view/lavender-sunrise/

Lugares mágicos que convierten al planeta en un mundo imaginario Campos de Lavanda, Francia.  Foto:  Antony Spencer

Campos de lavanda, Reino Unido Foto de: Antony Spencer http://1x.com/photo/41494/portfolio/83051

LAVENDER FIELDS, UK AND FRANCE Image credits: Antony Spencer | Erasmus T

Lavender Sunrise Photo by Antony Spencer http://arcilook.com/

beautiful places on Earth Lavender Fields, UK and France

Antony Spencer - Lavender Sunrise

Lavenderfield in France

Our world is a most strange and wondrous place. These are some of my favorites places that one would say are hard to believe really exist.  No wonder people love to travel, just looking at these pictures takes your mind on a journey far far away from everyday life. Feel free to email me your favourite places and i will add it to the list .  Visit my website for more: www.darrenbarnard.co.za   The Wave, Utah Tulip Fields in Netherlands Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska Red Beach, Panjin, China Lake Retba, Senegal Lavender Fields, UK and France Fields of Tea, China Black Forest, Germany Rice field terraces in Yunnan, China Tianzi Mountains, China Antelope Canyon, USA Lake Hillier, Australia Hang Son Doong, Vietnam Mount Roraima, South America Canola Flower Fields, China Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan  Shibazakura Flowers, Takinoue Park, Japan Seljalandsfoss waterfall, Iceland Naica Mine, Mexico Zhangye Danxia Landform, China Bamboo Forest, Japan Street in Bonn, Germany Keukenhof, Netherlands Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan Tunnel of Love, Ukraine The Stone Forest, Madagascar Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, United States Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia Lighted Cherry Blossom Lake, Japan Images Added by readers Moravia, Czech Republic Iceland Mount Grinnell - Glacier National Park, Montana The Richat Structure - Mauritania Gullfoss - Iceland Socotra, Yemen Door to Hell - Derweze, Turkmenistan Thank you to all those you sent me more places. Please feel free to add more to the list Thx for reading my blog. Leave a comment down below or email me and  let me know what you think :-)  Check out my website @  http://www.darrenbarnard.co.za/

Miller Creek Lavender Farm, Blanco, Texas

Mill Creek Lavender Farm - You don't have to go to Provence to find some of the most beautiful and most fragrant lavender in the world. It's right here in the Texas Hill Country.

Miller Creek Lavender - Johnson City

Lavender Farm~Johnson City

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Spiral herb garden

Spiral Herb Garden...I'm gonna need several acres for all the great garden ideas!

Spiral Herb Garden would be great in my front yard rock garden

#Gardening #Herbs #Homesteading Spiral Herb garden

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small herb gardens | Herb Garden Spiral

A sweet spiral herb garden idea!

Another cute herb garden idea.

beautiful herb garden idea

small rock garden idea

Herb drying rack

DIY Herb Drier - Made from old picture frames and a bit of mesh, you could use cord instead of the chains. Or could be used for a bird feeder.

Herb Drying Racks (or triple decker bird feeder) picture frames , screen, & chain ...... I have some modifications for this like holes in the corners of the frames for the chain to Slide Through instead of eyes for the frames to hang from with peg leg separators or small pieces of tubing over the chain to keep the screens far enough apart for ventilation to dry the herbs but closer together than this example.

herb dryer made from picture frames COULD CHANGE THIS A LITTLE AND HAVE A COVERED BIRD FEEDER.

DIY: Herb drying racks made from upcycled old picture frames, screen, chain and screw eyes.

For drying herbs. More Idea, Birds Feeders, Herbs Dry Racks, Herbs Dryer, Dry Herbs, Chains, Screens, Old Frames, Old Pictures Frames Time to dry herbs? The cold weather is coming and it may be time for you to start drying your herbs to use those beautiful herbs you grew in the summer!  Here is a clever repurposing idea to dry your herbs!  All you need is screen, frames and some chains and viola, you have an herb drying rack!  Love it! You could also use this idea as a bird feeder using only...

DIY herb dryer using picture frames and mesh screen or cheesecloth - what a great idea

herb dryer made from picture frames would make a cool birdfeeder also

diy herb garden | DIY Herb Garden / DIY herb dryer or bird feeder

Pin It Now! How Does Your Garden Grow? In Colorado, we have had an unseasonably warm spring this year.  Typically cautious gardeners don't transplant seedlings outside or put seeds in the ground until Mother's Day.  This year- in a very uncharacteristically daring move for me- I took a gamble and planted in mid March!!   As a gardener, I have evolved a "let it go, let it grow" philosophy and well, let go of the extreme planner and rule-follower in me and listened to my gut and put some trust in 'ol Mother Nature.  She did not disappoint!!  Over the weekend- the weekend before a typical Colorado planting season even begins, mind you- I harvested an armload of Swiss Chard and salad greens.  We have picked a little here and there over the last few weeks but the garden has been exploding with growth and was in need of a big harvest.  And within the next day or so, everything had all but grown back.  We will eat well this year!  Salad greens (butter leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce and spinach), cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts, and cauliflower.  Strawberries that we planted last year.  The leaves remained green throughout the winter.  This spring they've already grown to over 1 foot tall, so I put cages around them for support.  Blueberries- 2 different varieties for cross-pollination. Herb Garden: some starter plants, some transplants, and some seeds in the soil.  So far we have sage, rosemary, basil (lots of basil!), thyme, cilantro, stevia, and lavender  This bed has parsley (this bed has more shade than the location of the herb garden, and parsley can't take the heat of full sun), kohlrabi, leeks, and seeds in the soil for beets and turnips. If you haven't yet tried kohlrabi, give it a whirl!  It is a root vegetable and looks like the alien brother of a turnip.  The flavor is somewhere between turnip and cauliflower, and it has a thick, fibrous skin that needs to be cut away before cooking or eating. So far we have two tomato varieties going- but plan to purchase starter plants for more.  These are heirloom "Mr. Stripey" (yeah, I mostly bought it for the name) and heirloom Rutgers, and they're about 1 1/2-2 feet tall now.  These are the tops of some wild, monster carrots.  I planted seeds about 3 years ago and got almost nothing the first year.  By the end of that first season with little to no yield, honestly, I'd forgotten about them.  The second year they came back in force!  This year they are out of control! Let it go, let it grow.  This is the big weekend haul!  An armload of Swiss Chard and a big bowl of salad greens.  There is now way we'll be able to eat all of this chard before is spoils.  I'm hoping that I can sautee it and freeze some for future soup? Clever, Crafty Garden Ideas:   Suburbia Garden Table by Crafty Green Thumb on Etsy   Image: http://www.galtsgulchorbust.com/2012/03/outside-box-spring-gardening-ideas.html 3-Level Herb Dryer. Picture frame + screen + chain

Dried Herbs

a beautiful and practical way to store fresh or dried herbs for frequent use in the kitchen!

*Riches to Rags* by Dori: Grow an Herb Garden Inside or Out

Mandragora's Garden: #Herbs.

Lovely Colorful Herb Bundles

Beautiful herb swag

Lovely Herb Bundle

glorious herbs

Hanging Herbs

Grow an Herb Garden Inside or Out

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Lavender Supplies: Lavender from my garden (Cut matured lavender flowers just above the leaves) Rubber Bands Directions: Gather the lavender into a bunch. Tie the stems with a rubber band. Find a dark place to dry the lavender. Hang the lavender bunch upside down. Let the lavender dry 2-4 weeks.

Lavender bridesmaid bouquets. Everyone would certainly be calm!

Lavender bridesmaid bouquets. add them into a bouquet!

simple wedding flowers - lavender bouquets?

Lavender bouquets. Bridesmaid bouquets?

Lavender bundles tied with ribbon.

Lavender bridesmaids bouquets!

lavender fields

Create a Water-Wise Herb Garden—Drought-tolerant herbs, such as sage, Spanish lavender, santolina and ground-hugging thymes, conserve water and prevent erosion.

Create a Water-Wise Herb Garden—Drought-tolerant herbs conserve water and prevent erosion. PERFECT for the hill in the back yard!

Waterwise herb garden with Santolina, Euphorbia, ornamental grass, lavender and thyme (from motherearthliving.com, photo by Saxon Holt)

I've loved this photo for a long time: a gorgeous Water-Wise Garden—sage, Spanish lavender, santolina , euphorbias, grasses and ground-hugging thymes, conserve water and prevent erosion.

water-wise herb garden. drought-tolerant herbs, such as sage, Spanish lavender, santolina and ground-hugging thymes.

Sage, Spanish lavender, santolina and thyme conserve water and prevent erosion on this California hillside garden (from motherearthliving.com)

Drought-tolerant herbs, such as sage, Spanish lavender, santolina and ground-hugging thymes, conserve water and prevent erosion on this California hillside garden. Photo by Saxon Holt

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Garden Tips

Gardening Tips/ not really the season for all that, but some great tips nevertheless for a natural vegetable garden!

Natural garden tips companion planting to prevent garden pests

companion planting garden tips to deter insects from veggies

Companion planting and natural garden tips - awesome!!!

pesticide plants - great vegetable garden tips

Natural Garden Tips - companion herb gardening

Companion planting and natural gardening tips.

I am going to ask my entomologist hubby if these are true. He specializes in trap and bankers. (Plants used to attract bad bugs away from a crop because it is more attractive, or plants to host good bugs to establish a colony of good bugs to kills bugs that affect crops.) More Gardens Ideas, Green Thumb, Companion Plants, Herbs Garden, Natural Gardens, Great Tips, Natural Pesticid, Gardens Tips, Gardens Growing Gardening ideas to repel insects and more Natural Garden Tips - companion herb gardening Plant herbs to help your garden grow. Companion planting and natural garden tips - awesome!!! Natural Garden Tips. Neem oil is also a fantastic natural pesticide. Doing some gardening in 2013? Check out these fabulous tips to help you gain that green thumb youve been waiting for! Natural Garden Tips - GREAT TIPS! Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/

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the wonderful Dandelion!

the wonderful Dandelion! Dandelion root is a mild chloretic, that is, an agent for stimulating the release of bile from the liver into the gallbladder. The herb is used to support treatment of a variety of liver and gallbladder disorders, especially the incomplete digestion of fats. The release of bile is laxative, and accelerates the breakdown of various steroid hormones, causing an indirect, favorable effect on eczema and other skin conditions.

The wonderful Dandelion - edible greens and drinkable wine.

the wonderful Dandelion! Mountain Rose Herbs

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How To: 10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once & Regrow Forever

10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once and Regrow Forever « Food Hacks

You can grow carrot greens from discarded carrot tops. | 13 Vegetables That Magically Regrow Themselves

2. Carrot Greens The ends of carrots you usually chop off and throw away will grow carrot greens if you put them in a dish with a little water. Set the dish in a well-lit windowsill and you'll have carrot tops to use as a garnish or in salads.

GROWING CARROT TOPS: Kids will be amazed at how nature tries so hard to reproduce and grow. Using some cut tops of carrots and a tray of water, they can watch them resprout - they won't grow carrots, but you can add the leaves to salad and it's lots of fun watching them sprout. From Fidgety Fingers blog.

You can grow carrot greens from discarded carrot tops. | This looks like more of a fun experiment than something you’d actually want to eat. Carrot greens can be a little bitter, but you can try chopping them up with some garlic, vinegar, and honey to sweeten them. Find directions on how to grow them here.

The ends of carrots you usually chop off and throw away will grow carrot greens if you put them in a dish with a little water. Set the dish in a well-lit windowsill and you’ll have carrot tops to use as a garnish or in salads. http://projectfidgetyfingers.blogspot.com/2010/04/cleverly-turn-your-carrot-scraps-into.html

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Regrow Veggies & Herbs

You don’t have the needed space for that perfect veggie garden you’ve always dreamed off?! The time spend at work doesn’t allow you to grow and take care of that green garden you so desperately need? No problem! Stop wasting some of your veggies by tossing them in the trash and start regrowing them from …

Greetings from i Creative Ideas! No time or space for your own vegetable garden? No worries! You can still enjoy growing vegetables at home. There are some

To start an herb garden, start seedlings in eggshells. Then, when it warms up, plant the whole thing in your garden.

A great way to get kids thinking spring and help with the garden! To start an herb garden, start seedlings in eggshells. Then, when it warms up, plant the whole thing in your garden.

plant seedings in egg shells then plant in ground in Spring! Who would have thought, another way to use egg cartons too!

To start an herb garden, start seedlings in eggshells. Then, when it warms up, plant the whole thing in your garden.

Kids love to see where their food comes from. To start an herb garden, start seedlings in eggshells. Then, when it warms up, plant the whole thing in your garden.

Kids love to see where their food comes from. To start an herb garden, start seedlings in eggshells. Then, when it warms up, plant the whole thing in your garden. www.onedoterracommunity.com https://www.facebook.com/#!/OneDoterraCommunity

To start an herb garden, start seedlings in eggshells. Then, when it warms up, plant the whole thing in your garden. Mother's Day gift for Grandma? She enjoys gardening!

Herb garden: start seedlings in eggshells. Then plant the whole thing in your garden.

Eggshell seedling garden

Eggshell planting

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Landscaping for Low Maintenance

A low-maintenance approach to landscaping allows for hours of enjoyment as opposed to work. The Old Farmer's Almanac lists tips for creating a low-maintenance landscape.

A low-maintenance approach to landscaping allows for hours of enjoyment as opposed to work. The Old Farmers Almanac lists tips for creating a low-maintenance landscape.

A low-maintenance approach to landscaping allows for hours of enjoyment as opposed to work. The Old Farmer's Almanac lists tips for creating a low-maintenance landscape. Try this as a walk way from the driveway to the house.. work around the dogs area!

Organic gardeners, or those who are environmentally conscious, are wary of using man-made, chemical weed killers because of the effects they may have on the soil’s long-term fertility and because of the fossil fuels that go into creating and transporting the weed killer. Creating your own weed killer at home with ingredients you likely already have can help lower your carbon footprint.

How to Prevent Weeds From Growing at the Edge of Flower Beds Next to Your Lawn http://www.howtogrowweed420.com/

You've built a colorful, diverse flower bed that would make any green thumb proud. After a few days away from the yard, you notice an infestation of weeds around the decorative border of the bed. As the gardening nut knows, weeds crop fast and can spread even faster. One of the best ways to safely remove weeds from your flower bed or backyard garden is with a solution made from household ingredients. With this mixture and a precise hand you can keep your bed's border clean and neat.

How to Prevent Weeds From Growing at the Edge of Flower Beds Next to Your Lawn

How To Make Eco-Friendly Weed Killer

You've built a colorful, diverse flower bed that would make any green thumb proud. After a few days away from the yard, you notice an infestation of weeds around the decorative border of the bed. ...

Organic gardeners, or those who are environmentally conscious, are wary of using man-made, chemical weed killers because of the effects they may have on the soil’s long-term fertility and ...

landscaping ideas backyard

Stone steps with planters | Hillside landscape | Cheap Landscaping Ideas | Landscaping Designs To Make Your Home Attractive!

landscaping ideas backyard...flagstone steps with built in flower beds floating steps made out of flagstone

landscaping ideas backyard - Great Idea! This would be great in the front yard too

stone steps & planting == Orlando Landscaping Ideas by Orlando Outdoors

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Great #landscaping idea for back or frontyards

tiered flowerbed/stone steps

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Bouquet

Always have a bouquet garni on hand for adding scent and flavor to whatever you're preparing.

bouquet garni....

Herb bouquet

DIY tin can herb holder.. This is a must do and so easy, anyone could do it. Would be a fun kids project.

Hanging herb garden - perfect for those without much space outside. Recycle old tin cans, paint them, attach together with rope and plant delicious wildlife-friendly herbs like chives and mint #homesfornature

This is another great example of recycled tins from the pantry. It acts as a lovely herb planter. Again, I found this on The Microgardener Website - another website that collaborates and groups many crafty ideas from the web in to one spot. This particular idea was found by The Microgardener on Upcycled Stuff.com. http://upcycledstuff.blogspot.com.au/2011/05/upcycled-herb-garden-anywhere.html I love it!

hanging herb garden. Could be done with chalkboard paint and soup cans so easy

soup can hanging garden. what a cute little idea for all your home grown herbs

DIY vertical garden More Gardens Ideas, Hanging Herbs Gardens, Herbgarden, You, Hanging Herb Gardens, Tins Cans, Diy, Flowerpot, Soups Cans hanging herb garden. Could be done with chalkboard paint and soup cans so easy Hanging Herb Garden | DIY Tin Cans Hanging Herb Garden- see mom! How come these tiny pots work but mine dont? Creative DIY Herb Garden Ideas made from soup cans An Upcycled Herb Garden... Anywhere. Heres what youll need: * Soup cans (cleaned and labels/glue removed) * Spray paint * Chalk board paint (and chalk) * Paint brush * Twine (optional) * Drill. Tutorial from link - Cute idea for limited space #backyard #herbgarden Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/

Hanging Herb Garden with recycled tin cans

Hanging Herb Garden | DIY Tin Cans

Upcycled can herb garden - this is an easy cheap project and you can (no pun intended!) change the colours and plants to suit your own taste. | The Micro Gardener The Warrior diet! Find out how to lose weight and help keep it off! More Gardens Ideas, Hanging Herbs Gardens, Herbgarden, You, Hanging Herb Gardens, Tins Cans, Diy, Soups Cans, Flowerpot hanging herb garden. Could be done with chalkboard paint and soup cans so easy Hanging Herb Garden | DIY Tin Cans Hanging Herb Garden- see mom! How come these tiny pots work but mine dont? 😠 Creative DIY Herb Garden Ideas made from soup cans An Upcycled Herb Garden... Anywhere. Heres what youll need: * Soup cans (cleaned and labels/glue removed) * Spray paint * Chalk board paint (and chalk) * Paint brush * Twine (optional) * Drill. Tutorial from link - Cute idea for limited space #backyard #herbgarden Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru

DIY tin can hanging herb garden

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Chickweed Benefits

Chickweed Benefits:Chickweed has long been used for treating bruises, cuts and wounds, skin irritation, eczema, pimples, first-degree burns, open sores,hemorrhoids, and inflammation. ect

Chickweed's small unique flowers — see how the ten straight, narrow petals are paired up to make a five-pointed star? Chickweed is high in vitamin C, vitamin A, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, selenium, and silicon.

Name: Chickweed. Usage: Eaten, such as catmint. Effect: Treats greencough, though catmint is often preferred.

Chickweed Benefits •Chickweed: Helps nourish and heal skin infections and studies have shown chickweed to be effective in alleviating obesity and anemia. http://www.spxnutrition.com/flipmylife/

Chickweed Benefits all skin types, healing, cooling & soothing.

Chickweed Benefits. It's nutritious and delicious!!

Weed with benefits - Chickweed

Chickweed-ingenous simplicity

Herb markers

Simple Details: brick herb markers ..could also do on rocks for a small marker in herb garden!

Simple Details: brick herb markers. I have a bunch of leftover bricks-love.

Simple Details: brick herb markers this would be great in my herb garden

Simple Details: brick herb markers; for when i make my own herb garden

Plant markers using brick pavers. #herbs #markers #plant #gardening

Herb garden markers

Plant label

Got bricks?? Love this idea for marking herbs and other plants!!! I am sooo doing this! BPM Collections-YardGarden Ideas,Garden,Garden and outdoors,Garden Yard and Sheds,Gardening,How does your Garden grow?,In the Garden

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drying herbs | photo by parker fitzgerald for Kinfolk Vol. 5

drying herbs | photo by parker fitzgerald for Kinfolk Vol. 5 www.greennutrilabs.com

Hanging herbs to dry. Photo by Parker Fitzgerald for Kinfolk Magazine Volume 5

Love the various hanging herbs, greenery Photo by Parker Fitzgerald

// drying herbs | photo by parker fitzgerald for Kinfolk Vol. 5

Drying herbs by Parker Fitzgerald for Kinfolk

Drying herbs

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dried herbs

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Valerian print 13x19 - Botanical collection - flower plant herbs

White Linen with Bed CurtainsValerian print 13x19 Botanical collection flower plant herbs // $39.00 // evajuliet.etsy.com

Inspired by the old botanical illustrations, here is my version of the Valerian illustrated on a beautiful black background. The colors of the flowers

Botanical. #art #color #illustration #contemporary #nature

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botanical flower print - Valeriana - on black paper

Botanical illustration of flowering plant

Beautiful floral illustration!

I love botanical prints!

Inspired by the old botanical illustrations, here is my version of the Valerian illustrated on a beautiful black background. The colors of the flowers and leaves are bright, the informations are in Latin (title) and English (other infos). The perfect artprint to decorate any room decor of your home. I have painted this illustration on a beautiful striped black paper. You can see the paper detail on the last picture. This listing is for an art print of an original illustration from my “Botanical” collection. Each piece of art is properly packaged to ensure its safe travel to your home. This archival art print is printed using a professional quality, pigment ink printer. It is printed on a nice heavyweight matte archival paper. The size of the paper is 8.5 x 11 inches (216 x 279 mm). Actual colors may slightly vary from those shown due to the nature of photographic/scanning processes and as well as, individual computer monitor settings. © Eva Juliet / All rights reserved. Artwork may not be reproduced by any process without my permission. Thanks! *Frame not included ***The copyright mark on the left side won't appear on the printed version. **************************************** Inspirée des anciennes illustrations botaniques, voici ma version de la valériane illustrée sur un joli fond noir. Les couleurs des fleurs et des feuilles sont lumineuses, les informations sont inscrites en latin (titre principal) et en anglais (infos complémentaires). L'oeuvre parfaite pour décorer n'importe quelle pièce de la maison. J'ai peint cette illustration sur un magnifique papier noir ayant un délicat motif rayé (voir dernière photo pour le détail du papier) Il s’agit d’une version imprimée d’une illustration tirée de ma collection «Botanical». Chaque pièce est parfaitement emballée afin qu’elle arrive à destination dans un état impeccable. Une imprimante de qualité professionnelle dotée de pigment d’encre résistant au temps et à la lumière, a été utilisée pour imprimer cette pièce. Elle a été imprimée sur un superbe papier blanc, épais et résistant au temps. La grandeur de l’oeuvre est de 8.5" x 11" (216 x 279 mm). Les couleurs peuvent légèrement varier de celles présentées ici dû au processus de photographie, numérisation ainsi qu’aux réglages et aux variations propres à chaque écran d’ordinateur. © Eva Juliet / Tous droits réservés. Les illustrations présentées dans cette boutique ne peuvent être reproduites sans une préalable autorisation de ma part. Merci de votre compréhension. *Le cadre n’est pas inclus ***La marque de droit d'auteur n'apparaîtra pas sur la version imprimée.