Garden Practice

Foliage coloring and fruit decoration: The autumn stars of our community
In autumn, many trees and shrubs stain their foliage and show a breathtaking variety of colors. We asked the garden fans from our Facebook community which trees or shrubs in the autumn garden should not be missing. Here we present you the favorites of our users. Maples are the favorites For the majority of our Facebook fans, the maple is the number one autumn shrub.


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Tips against sprawling plants
Many flowering plants are not quite as tame as they would like. Columbine and spurwort (Centranthus), for example, sow themselves, the latter even germinates in narrow pavement joints. In the noble species of the phlox (Phlox), the self-sowing leads to the wilderness: The offspring usually bear the flower colors of the wild species and can even displace the breeding forms in extreme cases, because they are more vigorous.


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Rain barrel in winter: empty in case of frost? How to make frostproof?
Whether and how to prepare your rain barrel for the winter depends first and foremost on what material it is made of. Also the material and the processing quality and the location plays a big role. So that your rain barrel comes through the winter well and undamaged, you should take the right measures in time.


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Lay Mole Lock - all info for Mole Grid / Mole Net
A mole is a useful animal. It relaxes the earth and the rain is absorbed better. He is nice and leaves the roots of our plants alone. Its hills are made of the finest soil, perfect for the flower pot. He kills snails, mosquitoes and other vermin. You can not do that?


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Video: Let wood age artificially - With coffee, vinegar & steel wool, optically change the wood
Furniture, signs and other deco gadgets that look like they've been around for a few years are absolutely trendy. The dealers also know that, so it is hardly surprising that trend furniture and accessories cost a lot of money. Would you spend so much money if you knew that the "old wood look" can be easily produced from the household itself?


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Video: Build bird food house yourself - 2 methods completely without wood
Winter is within reach. At this time of the year our birds have a hard time finding food. We can help them simply by building a small bird feeder in the garden for our birds. Birdhouses are available in stores and in all price categories. But why spend money, if you also cheap or


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Glue rings in fruit trees - when to attach? Make a recipe for yourself
Glue rings are often forgotten, due to the fact that the pests, which are mainly attacked by them, accumulate to very great proportions only every few years or even decades. However, if the big and small frostbenders then "manage" a mass increase, some garden owners soon wish that they had applied glue rings in time... Read below, when is "on time" and why you use the glue rings bald fruit trees in the middle of the warm Seasons can prevent: The frost damage of the Frostspanner The glue rings were once invented to protect fruit trees against being completely eaten by the Small Frostvictor "Operophtera brumata" or the Great Frostman "Erannis defoliaria".


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Woods in winter - care and protection for the cold season
Normally, the garden keeps a kind of hibernation in the cold season. However, there are still shrubs and shrubs that really bloom in the winter. The winter in Germany is like a surprise every year, because while it is freezing cold in other areas, in this country can still prevail temperatures above plus.


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Edelpflaume from A-Z - Reneklode plant, cultivate and cut
The Edelpflaume is divided into two types. Varieties with red to blue fruits and a slightly tart taste and the Reneklode, whose sweet fruits are yellowish-green. In any case, the plums are almost spherical and are traversed by a small notch. They taste fresh from the tree but also as Fruchtmus, jam or on the fruit cake and enrich the garden already during flowering.


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Edelpflaume: Detect and combat diseases and pests
Although prunes are robust, they are susceptible to certain pests and plant diseases in the case of care errors. What these are, how to recognize them and how to fight them, you will find out here. Although the precious plum is considered to be quite robust and many varieties can be cultivated well in regions with harsher climates, the fruit plant is not completely spared by diseases and pests.


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Carnation (Dianthus)
Type / Family: Annual, biennial or perennial. Belongs to the family Clove Family (Caryophyllaceae) Care: Low. Is considered difficult and demanding, although it hardly needs care. Completely wrongly described as a care-intensive, but one should let the fingers of exclusive species such as the Chabaud-carnation flowering period: June to October with small to medium-sized, mostly densely filled, but also simple, sweet and spicy scented flowers in red, white, pink, pink, often bicoloured (hedgehog cloves do not smell) Foliage: wintergreen, some evergreen.


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Currant (Ribes)
Type / Family: Shrub Fruit. Plant genus of the family of the gooseberry plants (Grossulariaceae). Care: Low flowering time: In spring with pink flower spikes Harvest: Depending on the variety from June to September with red, white or black berries Foliage: Maple-like fanned out and lobed leaves in medium green Growth: Taut upright Ingredients: Rich in vitamin C (blackcurrants have Most) Height: 100 to 180cm Location: Sunny.


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Quinces (Cydonia oblonga)
Species / Family: Belongs to the pome fruit plants (Pyrinae) in the family of the rose family (Rosaceae). Care: Low. Easy care Flowering time: May to June with bright violet-colored peel flowers Harvest time: Harvest depending on variety from late September to well into October. Self-pollinating but higher yield if another variety is nearby.


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Hibernate agaves properly
Most agave varieties are not hardy. However, individual varieties are used to low temperatures because they grow in the wild in mountainous areas. If you have such plants, you can leave them outside in a protected location even in winter. In this country, however, agaves are mostly used as a container plant because they can withstand temperatures between 10 and 15° C.


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Marguerites overwinter
Daisies are beautiful summer flowers that are becoming increasingly popular. With their bright white flowers they beautify many terraces, balconies or staircases in the summer with good care. Daisies are available as a bush or as a high strain. But what to do when the summer comes to an end and you want to overwinter the flowers?


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