Gardening In Winter

The garden is also in hibernation - but that does not mean that it is completely asleep during this time. In today's post, we'll tell you what gardening work to…

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A garden for butterflies

Natural gardens have a year-round supply of nectar.Here I will explain to you how a green lawn becomes a butterfly meadow, which ornamental plants are particularly popular with butterflies, and…

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Grapevines, grapes

Sweet grapes from your own garden? No problem: even in cooler areas, you can get considerable harvests if you plant the right varieties. Origin and growth Whether grapes or table…

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Plants for dry soils

Hot, dry summers demand a lot from our plants. We present robust survivors who feel really comfortable on dry ground - whether in the sun or in the shade. Months…

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WHY CABBAGE IS HARVESTED IN FROST

Why is kale only harvested after the first frost? Of course because it tastes better then. But why does it taste better then? When it gets frosty, the kale season…

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Shade on the terrace

If we look at the summers of the last few years, we quickly find that pools sell out quickly, lawn sprinklers are in constant use and temperatures are rising. If…

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How Often Lawn Aeration

In order for a lawn to grow nice and dense and lush green, it has to be ventilated and ventilated occasionally. We recommend airing the lawn once a year. By…

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