Alphonse lavallée

its cultivation peaked at the end of the 1970s with 5255 ha, but competition from other more fashionable grape varieties reduced the area to 2800 ha in 19941.

In Europe, it is present in Italy on 1000 ha, in Portugal on 800 ha or in Romania on 300 ha. In America, it is found in the United States for 2700 ha in California, Chile for 3480 ha or Argentina for 900 ha. In Africa, it is present from South Africa (850 ha) in Morocco. (380 ha) In Asia, it is mentioned in Israel (600 ha) and in Turkey

Large, orbicular or wedge-shaped, 5-lobed, petiole-shaped U-shaped leaves with little open or overlapping edges, shallow lateral sinuses, long teeth with convex or rectilinear margins, involuted limb and bubbled.
Large clusters and very large berries, round with often flattened tops.

LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR

Our profession, the Nursery, is a profession of patience and wonder. The time is a constant that we tame with the rhythm of the seasons.

A wisdom of life in a world that blows the speed and the ephemeral.
To transplant, to sow is the basis of the cycle of the life of the plant, it is today more than ever the only means to be independent by report of the species and varieties proposed traditionally by the trade.
The totality of the plants is multiplied on the very site of the nursery the New Forests of Maghreb. It is then several years of cultures that are necessary before offering you a plant to the sale.

Of the hundreds of richly varied plants and selected carefully are bet in culture every year to satisfy particular and professional with the landscape.

Ali Zerrad

Letter from the Director

Our profession, the Nursery, is a profession of patience and wonder. The time is a constant that we tame with the rhythm of the seasons.

A wisdom of life in a world that blows the speed and the ephemeral.
To transplant, to sow is the basis of the cycle of the life of the plant, it is today more than ever the only means to be independent by report of the species and varieties proposed traditionally by the trade.
The totality of the plants is multiplied on the very site of the nursery the New Forests of Maghreb. It is then several years of cultures that are necessary before offering you a plant to the sale.

Of the hundreds of richly varied plants and selected carefully are bet in culture every year to satisfy particular and professional with the landscape.

Ali Zerrad

Letter from the Director

Our profession, the Nursery, is a profession of patience and wonder. The time is a constant that we tame with the rhythm of the seasons.

A wisdom of life in a world that blows the speed and the ephemeral.
To transplant, to sow is the basis of the cycle of the life of the plant, it is today more than ever the only means to be independent by report of the species and varieties proposed traditionally by the trade.
The totality of the plants is multiplied on the very site of the nursery the New Forests of Maghreb. It is then several years of cultures that are necessary before offering you a plant to the sale.

Of the hundreds of richly varied plants and selected carefully are bet in culture every year to satisfy particular and professional with the landscape.

Ali Zerrad

Summit Cherry

Prunus cerasus ‘Summit’ is a cherry tree that produces large, vermilion-red cherries with sweet, fragrant and juicy flesh. The ‘Summit’ cherry (crossing of prunus cerasus ‘Van’ and prunus cerasus ‘Sam’) is close to the taste qualities of ‘Burlat’. Its harvest takes place mid-June. ‘Summit’ cherries can be enjoyed either fresh, but also processed into jam, integrated into pastries, or preserved in jars. It is advisable to pick it ripe to accentuate the sugar content. The productivity of prunus cerasus ‘Summit’ is medium to high. It depends on its ability to be properly pollinated. It is one of the only widely marketed cherry trees in the family ‘Bigarreau’, to be autofertile. But it needs to be pollinated by other varieties planted near or in the vicinity to improve the quality of its production. The recommended pollinator varieties of ‘Summit’ are: ‘Burlat’, Giant Hedelfingen ‘,’ Napoleon ‘and’ Van ‘. The white flowers clustered in bouquets flourish beautifully in late March early April. The deciduous foliage is dark green in spring, then tinged orange yellow in autumn. It is a fruiter, standing up to 6 meters high and 4 meters wide. Prunus cerasus ‘Summit’ is found in all non-clay and drained soils. He enjoys himself in full sun.

Washingtonia

Washingtonia is a genus of the family Arecaceae (Palms). It was named in honor of US President George Washington.

Classification

Deputy familledes Coryphoideae
Tribudes Corypheae
Subtribe of Livistoninae
He shares his sub-tribe with 11 other genera: Acoelorraphe, Brahea, Pritchardia, Serenoa, Livistona, Colpothrinax, Copernicia, Pholidocarpus, Johannesteijsmannia, Licuala, Pritchardiopsis.

Mondial Gala

The Gala apple tree is a diploid variety native to New Zealand obtained in 1939 by J.H Kidd. Good vigor, apple tree Gala has a quick fruit set and easily ramifies. The Mondial Gala variety is one of the sweetest apples that exists. Arrived at maturity, it takes a slight red hue on the side exposed to the sun, and is then timely, juicy and well scented to be picked. The harvest is fairly early, starting towards the end of August.