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Planting medicinal herbs - varieties and their effects
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Planting medicinal herbs - varieties and their effects

Having a small pharmacy in your own garden is not only practical, but also not as complicated to implement as many might think. Which medicinal herbs can thrive particularly well in your home garden and what should you watch out for? Marigold fades scars Medicinal plants have ingredients that have an inhibitory or healing effect on the body.

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This is how trees grow - 2 tips

Tie the tree tight if necessary In principle, trees always grow straight up. Only if the tree is pressed by other plants or is in the shade, although it needs a lot of sun (especially with young plants), can the tree begin to tilt shortly after planting.
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Disposing of garden waste - 6 tips

If you want a well-tended garden, you have to regularly dispose of the garden waste. You can create your own compost for this, but here too you have to follow a few tips. It is best to have two containers for the compost. In one you can collect all the waste and then put it in the second compost.
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The autumn crocus

A flower that is associated with spring is the crocus. This is, so to speak, the harbinger of spring when, from March, sometimes even from February, it sticks its cheeky head out of the ground to see when spring finally comes. But hardly anyone knows the autumn crocus.
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What is the difference between climbing plants and creepers

Climbing plants are divided into tendrils and creepers. Annual climbing plants make it easy and quick to achieve beautiful greenery in your own garden. It is important for the growth to take into account the preferred climbing method and so they are divided into tendrils and creepers with typical climbing behavior.
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Horse manure for the cold frame - the best heating

Horse manure is considered the best "heating material" for the cold frame Horse manure is considered the best "heating material" for the cold frame, because the breakdown of the manure creates heat through bacteria. This warmth helps to grow vegetables early in the year. Horse manure is available as a pack in any nursery or in the garden wholesaler.
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Create lawn in 6 steps

The right time to create a lawn from scratch is in spring between the months of March and April. But in summer you can still start sowing and create a new lawn. However, preparation for the future lawn is very important. Only when the soil is well prepared can the lawn grow and prosper.
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Sowing parsley, but when?

Everyone can grow parsley. Even those who don't have a garden at all. But when is the right time for it? In spring or summer? Parsley is a herb that we like to use in salads and sauces or sprinkle on bread and butter. It tastes good and is naturally healthy - who would have thought.
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So that cut flowers stay fresh longer - 6 tips

You can keep cut flowers fresh for longer with a few tricks. It is important to cut the flowers in your own garden so that the flowers stay in the vase for a particularly long time. The flowers should never be cut in the hot midday sun, because the flower stems are very quickly exposed to a lack of water, which reduces the lifespan of the flowers.
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No clear glass in greenhouses

Conservatories are often made of clear glass. Logical, you want to be able to look outside. However, clear glass is always offered at greenhouses and there it is more than unfavorable. Too much sun harms the plants. There is a reason why the glass here is usually milky, so opaque.
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Prickly pear cactus - how it works

The exotic prickly pear cacti are easy-care plants that make little demands. Even propagating the plant is easy. You have two options. Cacti have one big advantage: they are easy to care for, undemanding and also look interesting. They also need little water.
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3 tips to make water lilies bloom beautifully

Water lilies need deep water. A pond in the garden is wonderful. It not only attracts animals, it is also perfect as a design element and there is a lot that can be done for a great look. It becomes even more beautiful when you plant water lilies that, with their flowers, transform the surface of the water into a colorful sea of ​​flowers.
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Pouring currants - why?

If currants trickle, there can be many reasons for this and hobby gardeners have to watch their bushes carefully to remedy the situation. Currants have the property that they always like to trickle when the flower fertilization is inadequate. Different types of currants are also dependent on pollination by bees.
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Plant chives between flowers

Chives are a great filler When it comes to chives, everyone thinks of the kitchen first, that you can season food with chives. You can also eat it raw, put it in salads or sprinkle it on bread and butter, and plant chives between flowers.
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Plants don't always have to grow on the ground

Be creative! A garden is never finished. Even if all the beds are densely planted and there is really no space left, you can still find something to give the garden new aspects. Just go up one floor. Plants don't always have to grow on the ground. There are many ways to place flowers over the planted beds.
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Weeding regularly for healthy plants

Remove the weeds regularly If you want to have healthy and beautiful looking plants, you should remember to weed regularly. This not only has something to do with the visually beautiful view of a well-cared-for bed, but also with the fact that flowers and the like do not die because they are displaced by weeds.
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Cut shrubs in early summer

Cut the forsythia only after flowering. Bushes and shrubs that bloomed in spring should be cut in early summer, ideally shortly after flowering. How come? Can't you just let them grow? Of course you can too, but you risk that the shrubs produce fewer flowers year after year and thus become ever denser, but no longer show the flower splendor as it could be.
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The floor primrose - a beautiful perennial for summer

The floor primrose usually sows itself. The location should be nice and humid, if available at the garden pond. Every gardener knows primroses and probably also has them somewhere in the garden. But what about the tiered primrose? Not everyone knows them yet, so you should take a closer look at the great perennial for the summer.
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The Japanese maple - 4 tips for planting and care

The Japanese maple is ideal as a specimen plant in a corner in the garden or in a bucket on the terrace. There are a number of things you need to keep in mind for it to thrive. The Japanese maple needs a lot of moisture. It originally comes from Japan, but has been at home in our gardens for many years and is becoming increasingly popular.
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The three most common diseases in roses

Star soot is one of the most common rose diseases. Roses are beautiful and an ornament in every garden. But roses need a lot of care and are susceptible to diseases. Here is a small list of the most common diseases in roses: Powdery mildew: The coating is white and mainly affects shoot tips and young leaves.
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Planting horseradish in the garden - how it works!

Horseradish is a must in any garden these days. After all, it not only refines dishes, it also has a healing effect. In addition, cultivation is child's play. Fresh horseradish is really spicy Would you like to plant horseradish in the garden? That shouldn't be a problem if you pay attention to a few little things and treat the horseradish as described here.
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