MY BEAUTIFUL GARDEN: December 2017 issue

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Geometric shapes give a garden an extraordinary charm, especially in winter. Roses or rosé tendrils with roses are particularly beautiful in the cold season, when hoarfrost traces the contours or a blanket of snow highlights them with bright white. MY editor Christian Lang has collected further good ideas for the December issue on how to use geometric forms in the garden.

shape Games

The garden does not have to be boring in winter. Hoarfrost and snow trace contours and draw attention to special forms such as rosebows, rank obelisks, bookballs and yew trees.

Form play in the garden

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Magical ideas for the Advent season

With fir trees, twigs, candles and spheres in discreet colors, we decorate the terrace and thus get in the mood for the contemplative time of the year.

Magical ideas for the Advent season

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Festive in red

Classic red-green is not just the Christmas tree. A whole row of houseplants shines now in the winter with red flowers or fruit decorations - great for atmospheric decorations.

Reading sample Festive in red

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Nicely packed by the cold season

Even if our winters are milder, sensitive plants depend on our help. Thanks to decorative hoods, mats and ribbons, the useful can be combined with the beautiful.

Leseprobe winter protection

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Fresh vegetables for gourmets

You do not have to do without freshly harvested vegetables even in the cold season. Especially the late varieties are surprisingly frost-resistant and are now particularly mild and tender.

Leseprobe winter vegetables

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