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Decoration

Roasting peanuts yourself - it's that easy

Salted peanuts are too boring for you? Then just roast them yourself. Then you can season the nuts to your taste. It's easy to roast peanuts yourself Peanuts are one of the most popular types of nut and are eaten both pure and seasoned. They are perfect for a TV evening, serve as a party snack and give many dishes a savory touch.
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Garden Tips

Cut laurel - that's how it's done

Pruning in March and July You can keep a bay bush as a solitary plant in the garden or as a hedge. But unlike other hedge plants, you have to cut the laurel. Cutting laurel with secateurs Here you should not come with the hedge trimmer and cut large areas.
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Tips & Tricks

Tips for a garden party in spring

Garden parties are not just something for the summer. If the weather permits, you can also organize a garden party in spring. Here are a few tips. Spring is also suitable for a (first) garden party. Are you such a garden friend that you are already scratching your hooves when you look through the window into the green area behind the house?
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Maintenance

Build a hot stone yourself in 6 steps

Many gardeners like it to gently ripple in the garden. You need either a pond, a fountain, a stream or a hot stone. Since the first three options are very nice, but are usually more expensive and involve more effort, the hot stone is one option that you should take a closer look at.
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Garden Tips

Chopper in the test - test winner comes from Bosch

Test winner: Bosch AXT 25 TC Whoever has a lot of trees and bushes in the garden usually dreams of a chopper. Stiftung Warentest has now tested 17 shredders. Find out which shredder did the best in the test here. Garden shredders are really great. Shrub pruning can be chopped up quickly with such a device.
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Maintenance

Making balcony plants winter-proof - 5 important tips

Once autumn is here, the plants will soon need to be winterized. What many forget: the balcony plants must also be protected from frost. Balcony plants also need winter protection Frost, snow, icy wind - if you want your balcony plants to survive the winter well, you must pack them well and protect them from the cold.
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