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Hydrangea doesn't bloom - 2 tips
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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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African violets - 4 care tips

The African violet actually comes from Africa. However, you can now find it in almost every garden. However, it only thrives here if properly cared for. The African violet - pretty but sensitive Your home is East Africa, more precisely, the African mountains - and certainly not Germany with its changeable weather.
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Trumpet flowers for the pergola

The trumpet flower is a fast growing climbing plant. The trumpet flower has an adventurous name. But surely you can already guess why. Right, the shape of the flowers. These look very much like trumpets. They are very pretty to look at and bloom in orange, red and yellow.
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Build a raised bed yourself in 7 steps

Build a raised bed yourself Vegetables in your own garden is a hit. You save a lot of money and it is also a lot of fun growing your own vegetables. It's especially fun to build a raised bed yourself and plant your vegetables there. A raised bed is so practical because, firstly, your back doesn't hurt so much from stooping, and secondly, the nutrients that are in the ground are available for the vegetable plants.
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So the hedge becomes opaque

With a hedge in particular, one is often reluctant to prune it and cut it back. But that's exactly what you should do if you want an opaque hedge. It hurts sometimes, but you will soon realize that it is just right for your hedge. Just as you do with solitary bushes to stimulate growth, you also cut back the hedge every year.
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Idea for tomato recycling

If you plant tomatoes in the garden or in the greenhouse, you will always have fresh fruit, but there can also be times when you harvest so many tomatoes that you no longer know where to put them. Since the tomatoes do not last forever, you can either give them away or try the following tip: How about if you would make dried tomatoes yourself?
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Draw jewelry lilies yourself

Jewelry lilies are a real eye-catcher If you have jewelry lilies in the garden, you can count yourself lucky because, as the name suggests, these wonderful flowers are real jewelry in every bed. If you don't get enough of it, instead of buying expensive specimens, you can also raise youngsters yourself.
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Vegetable harvest in September

When summer comes to an end, it is harvest time for many vegetables. But you shouldn't harvest everything immediately, but look at the plants and the fruits first, because not all are ready. It also doesn't hurt if you follow the tips we give you here: beets, beetroot and radishes will be harvested from September.
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Autumn fruit trees

Autumn apple varieties can be harvested in September. September and October are high season for some fruit trees. This is how the plums ripen (not to be confused with the plums, which are darker and ripen in summer) and whet the appetite for a juicy plum cake. But autumn apple varieties are now also ready for harvest.
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Planting autumn raspberries - what do you have to consider?

Anyone who has raspberries in the garden knows that the snack time is over from August. If you plant autumn raspberries, you can snack until November. Never plant cuttings of autumn raspberries No infestation of raspberry beetles In contrast to summer raspberries, autumn raspberries have one advantage: They also get fruit on the shoots that only emerged in the same year.
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Prevent cabbage hernia - How to protect your cabbage

Cabbage is healthy and can be found in many gardens. But cabbage is also vulnerable, especially to the so-called cabbage hernia. You can also prevent the cabbage hernia. The cabbage hernia is particularly fond of cauliflower swellings at the root. The cabbage hernia is a fungus that lives in the soil and penetrates into the cabbage plant through the roots.
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Harvesting persimmons - when are the fruits ripe?

A lot of people have Eastern trees in their garden nowadays, but then mostly the common varieties such as apple, pear or cherry. If you buy a persimmon tree, you can harvest delicious persimmons in October. Persimmons are not harvested before mid-October. Persimmons are easy to care for, but peach and apricot trees can now be found more and more in gardens.
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Keeping trees small - 3 important tips

Small plants on the balcony or terrace are not extra breeds. Basically every tree can be kept small. We show how to do it. It is easy to keep trees small. You may have been surprised that the trees that your neighbor has in the tub on the terrace are not getting any bigger.
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Multiply lavender - step by step instructions

You can never have enough lavender in the garden because it not only smells wonderful, it also keeps lice away from roses. It is always good to know how to increase it. Lavender can be easily propagated. If you smell the scent of lavender and close your eyes, you will immediately find yourself in Provence.
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Set up rose arch - 2 tips

A rose arch often serves as a passage. Rose arches adorn our gardens, are eye-catchers and are also often used as a separating element. We explain how you should set up a rose arch. Rose arches must be set up stably A rose arch is often set up as a passage on paths or directly at the entrance.
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Wintering potted roses - 7 tips

Protect the plants with a fleece sack Pot roses are welcome in the garden. Like the roses that are planted in the bed, they also grow and bloom beautifully. So that you can still bloom beautifully next year, you should overwinter your potted roses properly. Overwintering potted roses in the winter garden In the very cold temperatures in winter, potted roses often suffer a great deal of damage.
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Do germination test - is it worth sowing at all?

If you do a germ test, you will know whether it is worth sowing. Many gardeners collect seeds from plants in the garden throughout the year and pick them up. If you do a germ test, you can see whether it is worth sowing next year. Collecting or buying seeds Many collect the seeds so that they can be used again in the next year and thus look after their own offspring.
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Hardy potted plants - which plants are hardy?

Do you always have to bring your potted plants indoors in winter? If you had hardy potted plants, you could leave them outside. Holly is hardy and ideal for the balcony. Potting plants indoors November is the month in which all mobile and non-hardy potted plants are brought indoors for the winter.
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Multiply begonias - cut off shoots from the mother flower

Begonia should be propagated through cuttings. Everyone has a favorite flower. If this is the begonia for you, we are now giving you a tip on how you can multiply your begonias. Multiply begonias through cuttings Begonias are propagated through cuttings. This means that you have to cut off about eight centimeters long shoots from the mother flower.
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Flowers for every season - the season bed

Just put on a beautiful seasonal bed A very original idea is the so-called seasonal bed. If you want to plant flowers in your garden for all seasons, then you should plant such a bed. Creating a season bed For a season bed you have to divide a circle into twelve pieces of equal size.
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Herbs in the garden - for many years

In many gardens not only flowers sprout, vegetables and fruits are also grown and of course herbs. Herbs are a real change in the (utility) garden. Three easy-care herbs for beginners Source: Ladenzeile.de Herbs are usually very easy to care for. Who doesn't like to eat fresh basil on a tomato slice or fresh dill in a fish sauce?
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