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Plant and care for yellow daffodils
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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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Tips for all flower bulbs

Protect the bulbs from rodents With bulbs you lay the foundation for a sea of ​​flowers in spring. So that the bulbs can float in spring without freezing, here are various tips that can be applied to all bulbs. When buying, you should make sure that the onions are dry, firm and smooth-skinned.
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Hydrangea doesn't bloom - 2 tips

Frost can clog the buds If you have a hydrangea in the garden, you may have noticed the following: The hydrangea forms the buds in autumn, but the hydrangea will not bloom next year. The simple reason is that the buds froze to death in winter.
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Blue ball thistle - a real eye-catcher

Thistles are not welcome in the gardens. At least not the wild ones. A real eye-catcher is the blue ball thistle. She is even welcome in the garden. A real eye-catcher: the blue ball thistle Wild thistles grow like crazy and are often worse than dandelions.
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Barking disturbance of rest

Barking disturbance of calm As the saying goes: Dogs that bark don't bite. In our case, however, this is of secondary importance. Because here it would be better if the dog didn't bark. Dog barking disturbance is a topic that concerns many garden owners and their neighbors. And these can also act against it.
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Why mulch in the garden?

Mulch is used e.g. as protection against evaporation Depending on the type of vegetable planted, it can take some time before the plant cover is closed again, thus protecting the soil from rainfalls that significantly destroy its structure. A destroyed surface structure will dry it out, so mulching in the garden is important.
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Remove plant stolons

We all surely know the situation: You have a beautiful flowering bush that suddenly forms runners. This means that in addition to the actual crop, new shoots appear, these plant runners have to be removed. Cut off plant runners close to the ground. The shoots can grow a few centimeters apart, or a meter and more.
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Plan and create a garden pond

A garden pond creates a beautiful ambience There are enough lovers of garden ponds. It creates a nice ambience, but it also does work, but the attractive sight makes you forget the drudgery of the beginning. You can find out what you need to consider when planning and creating a garden pond here.
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What is bark humus?

Bark humus is a refined form of bark mulch. This bark is more finely ground and the grain size is much lower than with normal bark mulch. Bark humus also has a lot of advantages for a gardener. The substances contained in the bark humus can prevent the growth of pests and weeds.
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Sick berry bushes need radical cuts

If berry bushes such as currants, gooseberries or raspberries are heavily infested with gall mites or if powdery mildew or rodent disease is active, then it is sick berry bushes and these need a radical cut. Dispose of cut shoots immediately Radikal means that the berry bushes have to be cut down to the ground.
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Create vegetable beds - you should pay attention to this!

Home grown food always tastes better than the sprayed products from the supermarket. If you want to plant vegetable beds, it is important to be careful when dividing them up. Don't forget the paths Beds make the garden appear clear and creative. The beds also have small paths so that the plants can be easily reached.
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The shrub horse chestnut for the garden

We know the horse chestnut as a tall tree, under which you can perfectly enjoy the shade in summer, whose flowers bloom wonderfully white or red in early summer and which bears great fruit in autumn. But there is still a smaller relative, the so-called Aesculus parviflora or shrub horse chestnut.
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Plant peonies properly

The peony is native to many gardens. In May and June it opens its often very large flowers and captivates with a real sea of ​​flowers. However, you have to follow a few tips for the peony if you want to plant it properly. Then the flower really does what it says on the tin.
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Plant cacti in the garden in summer

Cacti love the sun. Fresh air sometimes works wonders. Not only with us humans, also with plants. So cacti, which are normally located in the apartment and therefore mostly on the windowsill, are grateful if they are allowed to go out. Therefore, one should plant the cacti in the garden in summer.
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Boxwood Borer - How to fight the pest

The boxwood borer has been spreading rapidly with us for several years. It causes enormous damage and, if left untreated, causes the book tree to die. The boxwood is a fairly easy-care plant. However, it is susceptible to various diseases and pests.
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Acerola Cherries - The slightly different cherry

Acerola Cherries A cherry tree in the garden is a delicious affair. Not the apple, pear or plum trees are the most popular trees in German gardens, but the cherry trees. When the cherry blossom bathes the garden in a white or pink sea of ​​blossoms in May and you can harvest the first fruits from the end of June, you can look forward to cherry cake & Co.
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Raising flower stalks instead of cutting them off

Wooden or plant sticks can serve as a support Flowers are particularly beautiful when the flowers are large and lush. But that also harbors dangers. You can easily buckle. If the flower stalks bend here, you don't have to cut them off but can try to straighten them up instead of cutting them off.
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Carport in the garden?

When it comes to protecting a car or storing it safely, the carport has recently played an interesting role. As a cheap, yet extremely practical alternative to the garage, it is possible to build a carport. As a rule, wood is used as building material, which can be set up very quickly.
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Save time with alternatives to lawn

A garden is something beautiful - if only it didn't do so much work. Lawn care in particular is time-consuming. But you don't have to sow lawn at all. There are also some alternatives. The garden is designed the way you like it. But the time aspect is also important.
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Multiply strawberries

How to enlarge your strawberry harvest Who doesn't like to eat them for life? When spring comes, most of them are already looking forward to the start of the strawberry season. Those who have their own strawberries in the garden can count themselves lucky because they taste just as good from the garden.
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Increase angel trumpets - step by step instructions

Increase angel trumpets - how it works! If you have angel trumpets in the garden, you can count yourself lucky because they are a feast for the eyes of every gardener and definitely an eye-catcher. If you can't get enough of it or would like to have your own angel trumpet and get a cutting from your neighbor, you can easily multiply angel trumpets.
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