Care of the garden

Scarify - When is Scaring Required?
In order for your lawn to thrive in lush green and grow dense, it must be regularly scarred. That's not difficult if you pay attention to a few things. Without scarifying, the lawn will become matted over time. The reason for this are Moravia residues, which remain on the green area. Also foothills of other plants, as well as roots, provide for an increasingly dense felt layer on the lawn.


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Cutting medlar - step by step instructions
All kinds of the magnificent kind of the glossy loquats characterize a good-natured cut compatibility. In principle, you can cut back the ornamental shrub at any time. Under the influence of summer heat and drought or winter frost, the beautiful wood of the family of the rose family should not be cut.


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Horn shavings and horn meal - benefits in the garden and tips
From the horns and hooves of cattle both the horn shavings and the horn meal are produced. They differ only in the fineness of their grain size. They are among the organic fertilizers. Their effect occurs, depending on the degree of granulation and soil composition, only gradually. Nitrogen is released only slowly by the decomposition of the material in the soil.


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Fight mole and sell it in the long term
For most people, moles represent ludicrous animals with many useful properties. However, some gardeners find it a hair-raising, when the lawn is decorated with countless molehills or the roots of the laboriously bred plants fall prey to the dig of the little animal.


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Fight ants in the house - what to do? Causes + 10 effective remedies
When hordes of ants march cheekily into the house, they follow an involuntary invitation of the inhabitants. Those who panic about chemical insecticide underestimate the intelligence of the disciplined, well-organized insect community. Only when you put the evil at the root and eliminate the causes of the world, you get rid of the pests.


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Coconut Earth - Advantages of Coconut Substrate for Cultivation
In the spring, the new planting season begins. Again and again hobby gardeners and plant lovers ask the same question: Which plant substrate is the best growing substrate for my plants? Traditionally, potting soil or potting soil is used, but also seramis or coconut soil are well-known alternatives.


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Mix lawn soil yourself - the ideal lawn substrate
A well-kept lawn is the figurehead of every garden. No wonder that every gardener wants to do his best and plans and monitors everything from sowing to mowing. But a healthy and beautiful to see growing lawn not only for a good seed.


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Instructions: Soil test - Determine pH value for the lawn yourself- Perform soil test in the garden
Performing a ph-test in the garden to determine the ph-value of the soil does not require any special chemical knowledge and is easy to do even for non-experts. The test pack contains detailed instructions and information on how to interpret the test result.


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Determine the garden floor - That's how it's done
The soil in the garden plays one of the most important roles in the growth of plants. Here's why it explains how to set the garden floor. Most plants have a certain requirement on the soil condition. So they only thrive when you plant them in the right soil.


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Grooming room fir - Everything about location, substrate, fertilizer and winter protection
The room fir with its special appearance makes in every bucket a good figure. However, they also need a little care in order to flourish magnificently. The room fir, also known as Araucaria heterophylla, comes from the Norfolk Islands and has become very popular in the meantime.


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Cutting angel trumpet - instructions + information about leaf types
The container plant enjoys particular popularity, which is not least due to their flowering joy. However, the angel trumpet calls for optimal care, which also includes a properly performed cut. Only when it is performed professionally at the optimal time and some details are observed, the flowers will not suffer, but rewards you with a healthy growth and color intensity.


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Cut boxwood as a ball
The plant is called with botanical name Buxus sempervirens and is called in an exact German translation Ordinary boxwood. What makes this plant, is the high cut compatibility. With the Buxus sempervirens, the most beautiful shape cuts succeed in creatively setting the scene for the garden.


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Cut Boxwood Ball - Instructions
The strictly geometric shape of shaped trees such as the boxwood has a relaxing effect on the human eye. They create a touch of elegance and look inviting and cared for every season. Even in flower tubs on the terrace or balcony boxwood balls are doing extremely well. If only there was not the regular cut, some gardeners are afraid of.


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Cut Boxwood - DIY Guide + 25 Expert Tips
Boxwood trees are often cut into simple, straight shapes that bring straightforward structure and serenity to lushly overgrown gardens. In this case, a simple DIY guide enough, and the cutting of free-growing boxwood bushes rather little problems. If you are planning to grow an exhilarating box-tree, not only expert tip no.


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Kokohum potting soil - Tips for plants
Kokohum potting soil is an insider tip for plant lovers and is often used for planting and growing. This biologically valuable substrate is commercially available i.d.R. available as blocks or "bricks". Coconut soil - these are dehydrated coconut fibers, a high quality germ-free and peat-free product.


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