Garden Practice

Fighting voles - 2 methods
Voles are cute fellows, but if you have them in the garden and they cause great damage, then at the latest then you should fight the voles. Voles can cause a great deal of damage. Voles not only dig gullies but also feed on the roots of roses or trees and flower bulbs like tulips or daffodils.


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Peonies - 2 tips
Who has peonies in the garden, which can be lucky, because these great flowers bring out really magnificent flowers. Here are 2 tips on how to care for your peonies. Eye-catcher in the garden The peony belongs to the spring bloomers. Hence the name. With their striking, large flowers, they are an eye-catcher in any garden.


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Fight frostbreaks - glue rings help
Especially in the autumn, the frost-veined females become active and climb up into the fruit trees. The caterpillars then eat the leaves in spring and affect the tree. Frost scrapers combat environmentally friendly and effective with self-made glue rings that are placed around the trunks. Here's how: Cut out about ten centimeters wide paper strips or plastic strips.


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Fight Wiesenschnaken - 4 tips
When brown areas appear in the lawn in the spring, it is often the fault of the meadow snake. Find out how to fight meadow snakes here. Larvae hatch in spring The brown spots in the lawn are caused by the larvae of meadow snake. These are deposited in the previous year on the earth and then hatch in the spring.


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Fight nudibranchs successfully
Fighting nudibranchs successfully Pests in the garden are a big nuisance for everyone. Especially snails and nudibranchs can do a great deal of damage, because they especially prefer the young plants and are considered particularly voracious among the pests. As with all other pests too, quick action is important to limit the damage.


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Field horsetail: Tips for cultivation and use
You can easily grow field horsetails in the garden yourself. How to do that, and how to use Field Horsetail, read here. Once the field horsetail, popularly known as horsetail, grew tree-wide in our forests and became known to our ancestors as an effective herb.


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Lay treadplates in the lawn
Frequently committed paths - for example, from the garden gate to the front door - are usually paved flat, which is time-consuming and relatively expensive. For less used garden paths, there are inexpensive alternatives: tread plates, for example, you can lay without cement and elaborate substructure. Their course can be easily changed in retrospect and the material costs are low.


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Swiss Chard Puff Quiche: Simple recipe for cooking
It tastes hearty, but is still very light and also prepared quickly: we are talking about a mangold puff pastry quiche. See for yourself! There are the most diverse dishes that can be prepared with delicious chard. These include e.g. Mangold soup and Swiss chard pesto.


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Hibernate Silk Tree - Young plants need optimal protection from the cold temperatures
Although the silk tree withstands temperatures down to minus 15 degrees without any problems, but only in older age. Especially at a young age, the plant needs a good protection from the cold season. The silk tree is a very decorative plant, which impresses especially children. Not only because of the magical flowers, but much more because of the fact that the tree is sleeping.


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Video: Knoblauchsud against aphids - It's so easy
Aphids have high season especially in spring. They almost appear out of nowhere and make life difficult for our plants. In addition to the voracious snails, aphids are the most common plant pests that make many a gardener despair. The chemical club in the garden has no business, goes without saying.


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Ligurian mugwort - Aromatic spice and medicinal plant for the herb garden
The Ligurian Mugwort is very popular among herbal lovers. You can find out more about how to grow and maintain it in your garden here. Many hobby gardeners cultivate a number of spice and medicinal herbs.These are valued above all in the kitchen but also for the treatment of health ailments.


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Puschkinie; Puschkinia libanotica - care of the early bloomer
The Puschkinia libanotica, actually Puschkinia scilloides var. Libanotica is also called Scheinscilla or cone flower. It is native to the regions between Turkey and Lebanon. It has been cultivated here since the beginning of the 19th century. Where Puschkinia likes it, they like to spread themselves.


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Plant problems: The biggest problem children of our Facebook community
In the garden it can happen again and again that plants do not grow as you would like. Either because they are constantly suffering from diseases and pests or because they simply can not cope with the soil or the location. The members of our Facebook community also have to deal with these issues.


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Fruit trees: painting against frost cracks and game bites
The most reliable way to protect fruit trees from frost cracking is to use a white coat. But why are there cracks in the trunk in winter? The reason is the interaction between solar radiation on clear winter days and night frosts. Especially in January and February, when the sun is already strong and the nights are extremely cold, the risk of frost damage is particularly high.


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Electric mower: How to avoid cable clutter
The biggest shortcoming of electric lawnmowers is the long power cable. It makes the handling of the device difficult and limits the range. If you are not careful, you can also easily damage or even sever the cable with the lawnmower. However, the exact cut, a low noise level and the absence of exhaust gases are clear advantages of electricians.


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