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Climbing aids for plants - 4 options

Climbing roses are snakes Climbing plants are not just climbing plants. There are big differences here, even if you don't see them right away. The differences lie in the way the plant holds on. We would like to show which climbing aids for plants and their differences.
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Cut more blooming roses

Frequent blooming roses need a pruning Roses need a pruning, even if it is sometimes difficult. A distinction is made between single blooming and more blooming roses. For those who make us happy several times a year, you have to be careful that the shoots don't go wrong. Cut the annual wood in the spring If this is the case, then quickly pick up the scissors, preferably a little earlier.
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Caring for the autumn timeless - how it works!

Autumn timeless flowers bloom in September The autumn timeless flowers bloom in September and are often mistaken for a crocus. Until October and sometimes longer, they can give the garden a fresh color, but you have to care for the autumn timeless ones. The right location is important. Herbstzeitlose want a sunny location and lie in nutrient-rich, moist and calcareous soils.
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Thuja turns brown - 2 tips

There is a lot to blame for a soil fungus Hedges there are also very easy to care for. One plant that is particularly suitable here is the thuja, which is also called the false cypress. But it is not uncommon to see how the thuja turns brown. It is single, planted as a bush, as decorative as in the row as a hedge.
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Fight the frostbite

Frost tensioners eat leaves and flowers Have you ever seen a frost tensioner? If you have fruit trees in your garden, it is quite possible that you have already made acquaintance. Because if leaves and flowers are eaten in spring, then this moth is to blame.
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The pumpkin as a medicinal plant

Pumpkins cannot only be used for cooking. No, a pumpkin is also useful as a medicinal plant. You will be amazed at the capabilities of the plant. A pumpkin is also useful as a medicinal plant. Botanists place the pumpkin among the berries. It can weigh up to 100 kilograms, making it the largest berry in the world.
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Rake immediately after mowing the lawn?

Always rake when there is a lot of clippings If the lawn is cut and no collecting basket is used, then many amateur gardeners will have to ask whether it is necessary to rake after mowing the lawn. The question cannot be answered in general, because the decision depends on various criteria. Little clippings - no raking required If there is only little clippings and the weather is warm and dry, the few clippings can remain on the lawn without being damaged.
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Cutting trellis fruit properly brings a lot of fruit

Espalier fruit has to be trimmed relatively often In a small garden or even on the balcony, espalier fruit is a good alternative. But espalier fruit also has to be cut correctly so that it can grow in a space-saving manner and can also bear fruit. Before you can cut the trellis fruit at all, you have to put on a climbing aid and tie the branches accordingly.
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Thyme, rosemary and oregano for the Mediterranean cuisine

Thyme tastes very good, especially in Italian sauces. Three herbs that every good housewife and of course the house husband should have in their repertoire: thyme, rosemary and oregano. These three types of herbs are particularly suitable for seasoning Mediterranean dishes with them. These herbs are not winterproof. Italian sauces, for example, get the real kick with fresh herbs that make the sauce something very special.
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Apricots in the garden - is that possible?

If you want to plant and harvest apricots in the garden in our latitudes, the soil must be very dry and airy. Feasible: apricots in German gardens Apricots are very demanding fruits. They place high demands on the outside temperature and love a warm and constant climate.
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Almond trees - nice wood for the front yard

Almond trees are ideal for the front yard. They impress not only with their beauty and tasty fruits, but also with a wonderful fragrance. The almond tree in the garden is the show and the hit. However, you have to make sure that you take good care of the sapling and protect it from certain environmental influences, because varieties that are too susceptible can die very quickly and that would be a shame.
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Mini golf in your own garden

There is also mini golf for the garden. If you have a large garden and a lot of lawn, the following tip is certainly very interesting. How about a game of mini golf in your own garden? It does not work? Of course that is possible! What equipment do you need? Everyone knows mini golf. That is the game of golf on the course - in small size.
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Fertilization of fruit trees

Before a fruit tree can bear fruit, the flowers must be pollinated. Fruit trees are fertilized differently depending on the variety. Ornamental Apples Ornamental apples have a pollen that is suitable for fertilizing different types of apple. When paying more attention to the fruit as jewelry for ornamental apples, it should be borne in mind that noble varieties are often not accepted as pollen donors for ornamental plants.
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Prepare summer flowers for flowering

Dahlia in full bloom When the garden begins to bloom in every corner in summer, the gardener's heart is happy. This is how you imagine a garden. So that the summer flowers really bloom profusely, you can prepare them for flowering in spring. Here are two valuable tips: 1.
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2 care tips for balcony plants

Remove faded flowers as quickly as possible. Terraces, balconies and window sills are provided with flower boxes again and again and more often, in order to plant great plants in them and not only to enjoy wonderful flowers in the garden. But the most beautiful balcony plants become unsightly if you don't take care of them.
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Planting fruit trees - 2 tips

A garden without fruit trees is not a real garden - or do you see it differently? Fruit trees must already be there and therefore you should plant them. Whether cherries, apples, pears or plums, fruit fresh from the tree simply tastes wonderful! It's fun to harvest the fruit and snack on the fruit.
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Lobelie takes a summer break - pruning helps

Prune the lobelia after the first flowering in early summer. The lobelia blooms in early summer. After the first splendor, the lobelia first takes a summer break, which shows itself in declining bloom and often worries the hobby gardener, because summer usually reaches the maximum amount of bloom.
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Goodbye to the lawn - the verbena is “in”

Verbena instead of lawn The lawn is common in most gardens. But not everywhere does it grow as you would imagine. What lawn does not like is shade, because it is damp there, it does not grow as it should and many mosses can also form. Too much sun is not always an advantage.
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Preventing snails - 3 tips

Snails in the garden do not have to be. In addition to weeds, the hobby gardener's biggest enemy is snails. They can become a real nuisance. And you will enjoy the garden buffet: salad, strawberries, dahlias, clematis, student flowers, lupines - to name just a few. When the table is well laid, they come in droves.
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