autumn

Gardening and Landscaping

Autumn time is ventilation time: tips & tricks for a laid-back bed

Autumn is traditionally the time when the garden needs to be prepared for the next spring. The focal point of many hobby gardeners: the crumbs in the bed, which are often concrete-hard after months of planting. What a hobby gardener is body and soul, who knows no off-season. Of course, the calendar shows only September […]

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Gardening and Landscaping

How do I care for my wooden garden furniture in autumn and winter?

Especially with garden furniture you have to pay attention to the quality. If you pay special attention to the materials of your furniture when you buy, you save a lot of work for the future. That’s why it pays to visit specialized shops instead of discount stores. A good example of this is Casando: On […]

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Petunias decorate garden and balcony in autumn

Planting and care of petunias Petunias are easy-care plants. They are particularly suitable for our environment. Petunia can be used in various flower pots. They grow best as container plants in the garden. This can be used to create great colorful carpet-like areas. Distinctive features are the funnel-shaped flowers. They are beautiful, as is the […]

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Autumn flowers for a colored garden design

Autumn flowers for a colorful garden A good trick in garden design is to use plants for all four seasons. They are usually planted in about the same season. Then in the next four seasons, they will constantly grow one after the other, bloom magnificently, and bring us joy that never seems to end. Remembering […]

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Garden Design

Chrysanthemums shine in the most beautiful autumn colors

Hello, dear flower lovers! Today we want our article series on the most beautiful autumn flowers continue in the garden. We have chosen an unrivaled beauty in the autumn garden for our contribution today and we now want to present it to you. Because you know from personal experience, the garden must not look colorless […]

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Garden Design

Gardening in autumn – what’s on your to-do list?

The autumn is slowly sinking and makes itself felt every day. The days are getting shorter, temperatures are dropping, it’s raining a lot and the sun is only occasionally shining through the gray sky clouds. But that is no reason for hobby gardeners to hang their heads. But on the contrary! You know exactly how […]

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Garden Design

Autumn in the garden – beauty in nature does not want to end

We assume that today’s article title might sound very promising to many readers. If you look out of the window and see the cloudy, cloudy sky, you will certainly feel a bit depressed. Since the first days of September, it has been raining almost all over Germany and the sun is only rarely getting through. […]

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5 garden flowers, which continue to bloom beautifully in the autumn

Autumn is approaching, the sun is no longer unbearably strong, the night temperatures are falling. But thousands of people do not want to say goodbye to the wonderful summer and try to keep the summer charm in the garden. Because even with less sunshine and humid weather, nature once again attracts her beautiful robe. Now […]

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Typical autumn flowers make your garden glow

Dear readers! We at the editors of freshideen hope that you all spent an unforgettable summer, full of positive emotions and great experiences. In the warmest of seasons, there are so many beautiful and enticing things around us. The sun shines pleasantly with us and makes our gardens and parks appear in their full glory. […]

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Garden Design

Cut roses: rose pruning in spring and autumn

Cutting roses is intimidating for many gardeners, but actually very useful for the plants. It takes time and practical skill to completely cut back the roses, but do not forget that it is almost impossible to damage a rose bush by incorrect trimming. All gardeners and experts agree that one should Rose pruning then do […]

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