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Pruning with summer lilac - how it works!
Decoration

Pruning with summer lilac - how it works!

Pruning should be done in spring. The summer lilac in the garden is very popular. Not only does it look beautiful with its flower umbels, it also ensures that some beneficial insects are attracted by its fragrance. Bees and butterflies in particular run wild on the nectar of the summer lilac.

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Dragon tree agave - agave without spines

If you like agaves, but don't want to hurt yourself, a dragon tree agave is the best choice. It has no pointed leaf ends and is also easy to care for. Dragon Tree Agave Do you like agaves so much? If so, then you certainly have some at home. Since the leaves are very pointed and are also extremely hard, the tips of the leaves have formed really small spines.
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Grow fennel yourself

Fennel is not for everyone. But the trend is clearly towards the tuber. Accordingly, more and more gardeners are growing the delicious vegetables themselves. Fennel is a matter of taste Some people feel a slight shiver when they hear the word fennel. No wonder, since we always had to drink fennel tea as children.
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Pests in cherries - 2 tips

What to do about pests Cherries in your own garden are wonderful to look at in spring with their wonderful cherry blossoms, and are particularly welcome in summer with delicious fruits. So that it stays that way, here are our tips if pests are spreading in the cherries. So the infestation with tip drought, a fungus, can be found especially in sour cherries.
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How useful is a chopper?

Perhaps you have already thought about buying a chopper. That is a sensible consideration. However, only if you also produce enough clippings to make the chopper worthwhile. This means that the garden should be quite large on the one hand and also contain many trees or bushes that need to be pruned annually.
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Tree branches from the neighboring garden hang over the fence

If the branches of the neighbors protrude onto your own property, it is often annoying. You can find out here when you can cut off the branches and when you cannot. When is cutting off allowed? If you don't have a solitary property, you have to get along with neighbors. This is sometimes a difficult topic, because not every neighbor behaves as it should.
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Caring for bonsai properly

If you want to get some Far Eastern flair in the garden or the apartment, a bonsai is the best choice. Only those who take good care of it will enjoy it for a long time. It's no wonder that there are so many fans of the little bonsai trees. After all, they look lovely and are in no way inferior to their big brothers.
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Decoration

Create a gravel path

Gravel elements are becoming increasingly popular in the garden. Because you can use gravel as a design element as well as plain and simple as a road surface. But such a gravel path is not only visually appealing. It is also easy to put on and without any machines. Even laypeople can do it. On top of that, it is an inexpensive alternative to paved and paved paths.
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Planting conifers - when is the best time for it?

Mock cypresses are particularly popular in gardens. Conifers are a great change in the garden. They delight every gardener in a wide variety of shades of green. From yellow green to green blue, everything is included. And they are also completely different in size. The false cypress and juniper are particularly popular and popular for herbaceous beds.
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If the pumpkin bears no fruit - 2 tips

When the pumpkin bears no fruit When autumn comes, everyone knows that the time of the pumpkins is here. Many even grow it in their own garden. Just like the zucchini, which also belongs to the pumpkins. Both varieties are very easy to care for and actually thrive in almost every garden, but it can happen that the pumpkin bears no fruit without initiative.
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Gardening in September

When the summer comes to an end, the work will not be less. There is still a lot to do before you can relax a little more in autumn. Our care tips for the month of September: You shouldn't prune blooming shrubs too early. Even if the plants wither and no longer look beautiful, you should let them stand for a while.
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Cutting wisteria properly - how it's done!

Wisteria, also known as wisteria, delights us with its wonderfully fragrant and beautifully looking flowers. To keep it that way, you have to cut wisteria properly. Wisteria is a particularly powerful climbing plant. But be careful: those who do not cut wisteria regularly risk, on the one hand, that they start to grow wild, and on the other hand, that the number of blossoms will decrease.
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Sharing rhubarb - how it works

Anyone who grows rhubarb in the garden knows that the vegetables are quite undemanding. However, you should share your rhubarb at least every ten years. This enables you to achieve a higher yield. But how do you properly divide a rhubarb plant? You should always split your rhubarb with a shovel.
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Liming the soil - Strengthen your plants

If you plant vegetables and herbs in the garden, you should limescale the soil at least once a year. Lime provides a fine, crumbly and stable soil. Liming your soil at least once a year Liming has another advantage: the plants are strengthened and do not break so quickly.
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Propagate flower bushes - how it is done

Gold bells We all have them in the garden and we love them warmly and intimately - the flower bushes. If you want to multiply your flowering shrubs, you should do that now. Increasing flowering shrubs The flowering shrubs include, for example, the Buddleja, also called the butterfly shrub, the hazelnut or the gold bell.
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Technical terms in crop protection - what do they mean?

Do you know all technical terms? If you have to use pesticides, you should always buy them from specialist retailers. But are you also familiar with the technical terms used in crop protection? What do the technical terms mean? In most specialist shops and flower shops, these plant protection products are under lock and key.
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Make the greenhouse winter-proof - that's how it's done

Remember that you need to winterize your conservatory. If you have a greenhouse in your garden, you should do an all-round check before winter comes and make your greenhouse winterproof. Stow away mobile greenhouses It can only be useful again next spring if the greenhouse gets through the winter.
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Prune trees pruning - how to do it right

Fruit trees are ideal for medium to large gardens. Apples, pears or cherries are the most common varieties. But the plum is also welcome. So that plum trees don't get too big and always bear a lot of fruit, you should cut them properly. Plum trees have to be pruned properly. How to do it correctly: maintenance almost begins with the purchase.
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Multiply clematis - how it works

If you want to multiply your most beautiful clematis, you can easily do it yourself with a few simple steps without buying a new plant. Multiply the favorite clematis by offspring or cuttings There is hardly a garden owner who does not have them in the garden.
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