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Thyme, rosemary and oregano for the Mediterranean cuisine
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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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Thuja turns brown - Miniermoth is to blame

If the tips of the thuja suddenly turn brown, one thing is mostly to blame: the leaf miner. If you don't intervene and do something here, you have to worry about your thujen. The Miner Moth is to blame If you take a look through the neighboring gardens, you will surely notice one thing: Thujen can be found everywhere.
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Planting pepperoni yourself - 3 tips

Hot Peppers - Bring Hot Spices to the Garden Do you also love the hot taste of hot peppers? If so, you may have thought of planting hot peppers yourself. You may even have tried it, but you were not lucky. If this is the case, then the temperature was probably too low, the watering was too low or you did not fertilize.
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Cut shrubs with stable scaffold shoots

The hazel bush needs special care Cutting shrubs is not always as easy as it is with shrubs. Here you cannot just put the scissors on and start cutting. Shrubs with a stable scaffold drive need different treatment. You can recognize such a shrub by the fact that it grows vigorously from the ground and forms compact shoots, on which flower shoots then grow every year.
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Radishes for autumn

Radishes can be sown outdoors until September. So if you still want fresh radishes from your own garden in October and November, you should sow them now. Make sure that you choose fast-growing varieties, so that this will be something this fall. The seeds are sown in a row at a depth of no more than one centimeter.
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Frogs in the garden pond - what to do about the noise?

With their quack, frogs can reach up to 90 decibels. This makes them louder than some electronic tools. Sure, you get annoyed at some point. But do you have to put up with it? Those who own a garden pond usually have frogs in them. The little animals are actually not a problem, but can squeeze the nerves of pond owners quite a bit with their croaking.
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Rose damage to the shoots

With bark brandy mushrooms mostly only the scissors help. Often there are stains on rose petals. These black or red spots appear on both the top and bottom. But these mushrooms can not only appear on the leaves, the shoots and branches are not immune to them.
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Repotting plants in 8 steps

The new pot always has to be a little bigger. Repotting plants needs to be learned, but can be made easier with a few tips. Especially in autumn, some plants should be given new soil or a larger pot. Before you start, you should be sure that the plant has to be repotted, otherwise you would probably only be harmed.
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Harvest kiwis - how it's done!

Kiwifruit must ripen If you have kiwifruit in your garden, you will harvest it in November - at the latest. However, kiwis still have to ripen. The fruits are still hard at harvest and if you cut them open and eat them, you would quickly notice that the fruits are still inedible. The softer they get, the sweeter they get.
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Pests on the oleander

Oleander is a wonderful plant that cuts a good figure, especially in the conservatory. But the oleander is also particularly susceptible to insects that damage the flower. Oleander is particularly susceptible to small insects. Would you like to breathe a Mediterranean ambience into your balcony or terrace?
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Canna hibernate - how it is done!

A hint of tropics blows through the garden when you have planted one or more cannas. To keep them looking great next year, you have to overwinter your canna. A canna must be stored frost-free in winter. Canna hibernate This great flower blooms in different shades of red and has large leaves that are reminiscent of banana plants.
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Store apples - how to do it right

When autumn is in full swing, the apples will also be harvested. But where to put all the apples? After all, you can't eat or process them all right away. Apples are best stored in wooden boxes. Apples can generally be stored very well and are therefore long-lasting.
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Raking leaves - How to master the leaves

Raking is one of the cheapest methods. A garden is beautiful, but it also does a lot of work. I'm not telling you anything new. There is work that you like to do and work that is annoying. For many, the latter also includes raking leaves. Of course it depends on how big the garden is.
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Fertilize citrus plants - you need a lot of iron and calcium

You should fertilize your citrus plants regularly to avoid a lack of nutrients. You need a lot of iron and calcium. You have to fertilize citrus plants. Citrus plants need fertilizer. If this is the case, then you should also purchase easy-care plants, because many need a sufficient portion of nutrients, which unfortunately cannot be obtained by simply adding water.
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Frost damage to plants - what now?

If winter suddenly falls, it can have fatal consequences. Because plants that are not hardy can suffer frost damage. Most of the time, however, they can be saved. You need to bring potted plants that are not hardy inside. Potted plants that are left outside in summer are sensitive to frost.
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Fruit in November - 4 valuable tips

When the gardening season is over, you might think that it will be quiet in the green oasis. There is still a lot to do in terms of fruit even in November. Rose hips can now be harvested in November. The garden never gets boring. We have put together 4 valuable tips for you to consider in November.
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Winter hibiscus - How it is done

Place your hibiscus in the heated conservatory. The hibiscus is a non-hardy plant and therefore does not tolerate frost. Learn how to overwinter your hibiscus here. Winter hibiscus There are of course also hibiscus varieties that are hardy.
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Avoid waterlogging - create a pond

Just create a small pond Not every floor is the same in every garden. There are soils that form waterlogging in heavy rainfall. Find out here how you can avoid such waterlogging. Avoiding waterlogging Waterlogging means that the water cannot flow away due to a barrier layer in the floor and puddles form on the surface.
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Winter hemp palms - Protect the palms from moisture

The hemp palm is a true exotic in the garden and needs a little help in winter to survive it undamaged. Because the exotic does not like strong frost at all. Hemp palms can withstand temperatures down to -25 degrees Celsius. In winter you should bring pretty much all container plants indoors, preferably in the conservatory.
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Grooming Pansies - Remove wilted flowers

Pansies are really very easy to care for. Pansies usually only reach a height of 15 centimeters. You have to take care of the pansies so that they bloom beautifully. Pansies are hardy. They come in many different colors. Whether white or yellow, whether red or violet and all tones in between, these flowers conjure up color on the windowsill, on the balcony and of course in the garden.
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