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Wedding gifts for the garden - 5 ideas presented
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Wedding gifts for the garden - 5 ideas presented

Choosing a suitable wedding gift is often difficult. These 5 gift ideas inspire newlyweds with a garden! The time until the wedding is exciting and exciting not only for the newlyweds. An often nerve-wracking time also begins for the guests. Of course, you first want to help the bride and groom as far as possible.

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Growing Swiss chard - this is how it's done

Swiss chard is a must in any garden these days. If you want to grow Swiss chard, then just follow our tips. Swiss chard is very vitamin-rich vegetable plant: Swiss chard Swiss chard is a traditional vegetable variety in our latitudes, which unfortunately has been somewhat forgotten.
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Important in the winter garden - the height of the plants

Plants shouldn't hit the ceiling Do you have a conservatory? Then you know that there is a lot to consider. It is important in the winter garden that you pay attention to the height of the plants. Plants could hit the ceiling. If you have a winter garden, you have green all year round.
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Removing weeds from the garden track - 3 tips

After a garden train always finds admirers, it should always be properly maintained. Read here how to remove the weeds from the garden track. Simply lay a weed fleece Tip 1 - Lay a pond liner or garden fleece. Weeds can be snipped off within the route, in which he hardly gets a chance to get to the rails.
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Beach chair - 9 tips for buying

A North Sea corner in your own garden paradise is full of cosiness! We want to tell you here what you should consider when buying a suitable beach chair. A beach chair is full of coziness. Beach chair is not the same as beach chair Today, beach chairs are available in a large variety, visually appealing and sometimes even extremely inexpensive.
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Caring for peonies - 2 tips

Peonies like a sunny place If you have peonies in the garden, you can count yourself lucky, because these great flowers produce really great flowers. Here are 2 tips on how you should take care of your peonies. Eye-catcher in the garden The peony is one of the spring bloomers. Hence the name.
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Toad lily - 5 tips for care

Toad lilies are very delicate-looking shade plants. If you want to have toad lilies in the garden, then our best advice is to take care of the plants. Toad lily is also called a garden orchid. Toad lily visually resembles an orchid. Because the toad lily visually resembles an orchid, it is popularly known as a garden orchid.
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Fertilize berries - this is how it's done

Berries that taste best freshly picked from the perennial also belong in a garden. So that they can thrive, here are our tips on how to fertilize berries. Strawberries are fertilized twice a year. Berries need regular fertilization. There are certain types of berries that should not be missing in a garden.
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Plants in winter - these are stored in a bright place

When it gets colder outside, most of the container plants have to be brought indoors. Read here which plants need to be stored light in winter. Hibiscus must be stored in a bright place. Wintering plants in the house. While some plants hardly need any light in winter, there are also potted plants that you should keep bright for the winter.
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Growing zucchini - that's how it's done

Fast-growing zucchini belong to the pumpkin family and are considered a very popular garden vegetable in our latitudes. Read here how to grow zucchini. In May you can grow zucchini. Flowers are also edible. Easy-care varieties with a green or yellow skin can be grown.
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Plant and care for yellow daffodils

Yellow daffodils should not be missing in any garden. Because they are among the flowers that herald the spring. Read here how to grow and maintain them. Yellow daffodils (Narcissus) are also popularly known as daffodils and count, in addition to crocuses, who put the bulbs in the ground in the fall can look forward to a yellow sea of ​​flowers next spring.
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Feeding birds in winter - 8 tips

In the cold winter it becomes extremely difficult for birds to find enough food. Find out how you can or should feed the birds in winter here. Feed the birds regularly. Foraging is particularly difficult when there is a closed blanket of snow in the gardens and over the fields.
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Fighting St. Jacob's herb - 3 options presented

Jacob's herb is a very poisonous plant that has no place in any garden. So here are 3 ways you can fight the poisonous St. James' herb. Jacob's herb is very poisonous Especially for farmers and horse keepers, the poisonous herb, which is also known as Jakobs-Greiskraut, is a very big problem, because this can cause great damage to cows and horses (e.g.
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Planning and creating a garden - step by step instructions

Would you like to transform your garden into an oasis of wellbeing? Then follow our instructions. This means that nothing can go wrong when planning and investing in the garden. Proper planning is the be-all and end-all. The garden should be an oasis of wellbeing A beautiful garden is an ideal retreat to recharge your batteries and relax in the great outdoors and in the fresh air.
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Growing peanuts - that's how it's done

Do you also like to eat peanuts? Then just grow them yourself. How this works and what you need to consider when growing peanuts can be read here. Just grow peanuts yourself The peanut that is so popular as a snack actually belongs to South America. With a little love and a greenhouse or conservatory, it can also be grown relatively easily here in Germany.
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Growing parsley - that's how it's done

Whether frizzy or smooth - parsley is an herb that shouldn't be missing in any kitchen. So here's how you can grow parsley. Parsley has a high vitamin C content Parsley has a high vitamin C content As a matter of course, the housewife and the hobby cook use the lush green parsley with a wonderful aroma in a wide variety of dishes.
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Planting a pipe winch - optimal privacy and colorful facade greening

Do you want optimal privacy protection and still a stylish green facade? In this article you will learn why the pipe winch is best suited for this. With the intensely green, fast-growing pipe winch (Aristolochia macrophylla), facades, fences and trellises in the gardens and on houses of all kinds can be greened over several years without any problems - even or especially in partially shaded to shady places.
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Growing corn salad - tips from sowing to harvest

The cultivation of lamb's lettuce is quite unproblematic. So you don't need any special knowledge if you want to grow corn salad. You should just stick to our tips. You can grow lamb's lettuce in late autumn. Gardeners who do not want to do without a fresh lettuce even on cooler autumn days like to fall back on the delicious tasting lamb's lettuce.
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Building winter quarters for hedgehogs - 5 ideas presented

Hedgehogs do not have it easy in winter because they do not have warm fur. Therefore, you should build a winter quarters for hedgehogs. Here are 5 ideas on how to do it. Help the animals in winter As soon as autumn comes, every careful gardener should also think about the hedgehogs, which urgently need a place to spend the winter on cold days (from mid-October) and at the latest when the snow is thick.
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5 delicious nettle recipes presented

The nettle is not only good for drainage, it also tastes really good. Just try our nettle recipes. Stinging nettles can also taste really good. Stinging nettles, like many other plants, are commonly considered pure weeds, which is why many nettles fight.
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