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Growing stevia - how it's done
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Growing stevia - how it's done

Stevia is a healthy sugar substitute that has now been approved in Germany. But not only that: you can now also grow stevia yourself. You can read here how it works. Stevia is a healthy sugar substitute Since the South American stevia was approved as a sugar substitute in Germany, the demand for the calorie-free sugar plant has also increased enormously.

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Fighting lily chicken - how it works!

Lily chickens love onion plants The lily chickens are small, red beetles. These chickens especially like onion plants. Read here how you can fight lily chickens. Lily chickens love onion plants Because lily chickens have a bright red color, they are easy to recognize.
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Growing figs - this is how it's done

Figs ripen It doesn't always have to be apples, pears or plums. The fig is also a fruit that thrives well in German gardens and is also very tasty. Read here how you can grow figs. It's best to choose hardy plants. There are many different varieties.
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Harvest pumpkin - that's how it's done

Pumpkins are harvested in late summer With the right care, you can harvest the first pumpkin in late summer. We explain how this is done here. When is a pumpkin ready to be harvested? The pumpkin harvest usually begins in late summer (late August) and continues into autumn.
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Garden lighting - set accents with Moonlights

With beautiful lighting for the garden, you can set very special accents. Moonlights, for example, create very atmospheric light. Moonlights create an atmospheric atmosphere. Retailers have greatly expanded their range. While Moonlights were once only offered in the form of spheres, the range of retailers has now expanded considerably.
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Garden house or garden pavilion?

What possibilities does a garden pavilion offer in comparison to a garden house? Here you will find a comparison of the two options. Garden house or garden pavilion? If you own a garden and like to stay there, the question often arises whether you should buy a garden pavilion or a garden house to seek protection from excessive sun and, above all, rain.
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Duckweed - 5 tips for care

Duckweed have the advantage that they can keep unwanted algae at bay in the garden pond. Here are a few tips on how to care for this floating plant. Duckweed proliferate very quickly Duckweed proliferate quickly The disadvantage of the green floating plant is that it proliferates disproportionately quickly and makes a garden pond visually almost unsightly.
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Chinese lantern flowers - 4 tips for care

Every child knows the orange lantern flowers, which can be used for all kinds of pretty decorations in autumn. Here are 4 tips for the care of the lantern flowers. Chinese lantern flowers are slightly poisonous. From May to July, Chinese lantern flowers have small, white flowers that contrast beautifully with their green leaves.
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Renovate trellis - step by step instructions

Late autumn is the ideal time to renovate all trellises. Here is a small step-by-step guide on how to proceed. Renovating trellis is very easy Step 1 - Remove plants In late autumn, the best time for renovation work is because the plants should be cut back anyway during this time.
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Gardening in winter - 4 tips

Even if it is cold and wet outside, there is still a lot to do in the garden. Find out which gardening is particularly important in winter here. There is a lot to do in winter There is a lot to do in winter Many hobby gardeners wrongly think that gardening is no longer necessary in winter.
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Buying garden soil - 5 tips

Garden soil is not just garden soil. Therefore, we would like to give you a few tips that you should consider when buying garden soil. Garden soil is not just garden soil Here's a little tip in advance: Ideally, always dispose of coffee grounds in the garden bed. This promotes the growth of the plants because they are supplied with nitrogen.
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China berry - tips for growing

The Chinese berry is a pretty climbing plant that produces a very healthy fruit. Read here how you can grow the China berry. The china berry is very healthy The china berry is very healthy The china berry has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
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Hazelnut tree - cultivation and care

Hazelnuts from your own garden still taste best. So that your hazelnut tree also has plenty of nuts, here are our tips for growing and caring for the tree. Hazelnut trees are very easy to care for Hazelnut trees are very easy to care for The native hazelnut tree is very common in our gardens.
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Growing chilli - this is how it's done

In contrast to most spices from tropical areas, we can easily grow chilli. Find out how to do it here. Chilli can be grown with us without any problems. Chillies have started their triumphal march around the world and naturally also ended up in our kitchens.
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Create garden pond with pond pool - step by step instructions

You can create a garden pond in a variety of ways. We would like to give you e.g. give instructions on how to create a garden pond with a pond. A pond creates a feel-good atmosphere The water ripples, the reeds rustle in the wind, the sun is reflected on the water surface ... a pond can create a very special feel-good atmosphere in the garden.
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Building a vine arbor - tips for building and maintaining

Would you like to create a shady spot in your garden? How about if you e.g. build a vine arbor? Here are our tips for building and maintaining it. Natural shade provider: the vine arbor Natural shade provider: the vine arbor Many have a garden shed, gazebo or parasol in their garden to provide shade on sunny days.
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Japanese grape - cultivation and care

The Japanese grape is very tasty, but still quite unknown in this country. Read here how to properly grow and care for them. Japanese grapes are similar to raspberries The vitamin C-rich, shiny red fruit of the Japanese grapes is very similar in appearance to the blackberries or
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Garden room dividers: 8 ideas for your garden

Garden room dividers are not just there to structure a garden. They can also be used to create cozy corners. Here are 8 ideas of what such a room divider can look like. Green in green is the motto of the hedgerow room divider Many gardens can usually be made even more effective by cleverly dividing the room.
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Buy a holiday home with a garden - is this investment worth it?

Many Germans tend to buy a holiday home with a garden. Of course that's a great thing, but is this investment worth it at all? Having your own holiday home is great. The holiday destination Germany is becoming more and more attractive for many Germans. The Germans not only travel to large cities as well as the North Sea and Baltic coasts, their own garden is also a popular holiday destination.
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Planting mist grass - how it's done

An ornamental grass that always attracts attention is the mist grass. Read here how you should plant and care for this filigree fog grass. Fog grass is even finer than the ornamental grass shown here. The one year growing, quite unknown fog grass quickly becomes a special eye-catcher in the garden and a great alternative to other types of grass and reeds such as.
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Planting and caring for Madonna lilies - how it's done

If you want something really noble in your garden, you should definitely plant Madonna lilies. Read here how to do this and how to care for Madonna lilies. The Madonna lilies, which grow up to 150 centimeters high, bring a very special shine to the gardens during their flowering phase in June each year and also spray an extremely pleasant, slightly lovely fragrance.
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