Day: August 30, 2018

Garden Design

Jasmine houseplant – a green eye-catcher at home

The plant fans will be particularly happy about our contribution today! Because today we want to give you a beautiful houseplant Imagine that simply enchants! The weather outside is already spring-like and this atmosphere could be brought home by the beauty of the green eye-catcher! It’s all about the jasmine: A flower that has a […]

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Garden Design

Beeteinfassung with plants: Which herbs, perennials and flowers are suitable

Although you can already find a huge selection of bed borders and lawn edges in specialist shops, organic gardeners in particular really appreciate the flower bed setting. Already in the Middle Ages knew the way to create green, living Bedeteinfassungen especially with herbs and apply them as a natural protection for the crops against pests. […]

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Potted plants that always thrive well outdoors

It is spring and everyone has a better mood. You try to stay out in the fresh air for a longer time and absorb the first rays of the sun and their warmth. Lucky mushrooms have a garden, which they now plant. Some have only a balcony or terrace and want to make this as […]

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The Schefflera care is not difficult, but this houseplant is beautiful!

A simple care, but lush growth. This allows you to briefly describe the green house plant that we want to introduce you today, namely the Schefflera. Still called jet aralia, it is a robust indoor plant, which is just as suitable for the living room, as well as for the work and bedroom. Anyone who […]

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Garden Design

Ground cover against weeds: which plants are suitable for this?

Using groundcover against weeds in your own garden is a great idea. These types of plants are generally considered to be robust and easy to maintain, they defy the sun and cold, grow in perennials and are usually perennial. Over time, they form a so-called cushion on the ground and simply do not give unwanted […]

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Guerilla Gardening beautifies neglected urban areas

Guerrilla Gardening is not a modern phenomenon or short-term garden trend. It is more of a philosophy and silent rebellion that finds its expression in beauty and life. As early as 1969 in San Francisco and later in New York by artist Liz Christy as a social protest against structures, monopolistic Domination and neglect began, […]

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Lawn edge and bed border: Numerous ideas and practical tips

A lawn edge has the important role of separating flower and plant beds from the lawn and vice versa. In this way, the garden not only looks a lot neater, but the plants themselves have more space of their own. So they are not displaced from the lawn and disturbed in their growth. There are […]

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