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Boxwood Borer - How to Fight the Pest
Each of the box trees in the garden knows that these can be beautiful, especially if they are already very large or grown together in a hedge, but box trees are also very vulnerable and can easily come in. He does not like it too dry, too moist either and then it is also a fungus to blame that often whole trees are brown and die.


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Rose Bow Set up - 2 tips
Rose arches decorate our gardens, make eye-catchers worth seeing and are often taken as a separating element. We explain how you should set up a rose arch. Rose arches must be set up stably A rose arch is often set up as a passageway on paths or directly at the entrance.


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Top 10 Bestsellers Shovels & Spades
Shovels or spades for gardening can be bought in any hardware store. In almost all cases, however, you will pay much more for one and the same product than in online shops like Amazon. Especially with branded products such as Fiskars, Gardena or Wolf Garden, the price difference is noticeable.


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Fight nudibranchs - 7 tips
Nudibranchs are so small animals that nobody really wants in the garden. So here are 7 tips on how to fight nudibranchs. Nudibranchs nibble on almost anything. Nudibranchs do not just look unappetizing, they also work on our plants without any scruples. The enemy no.


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Helix tosta - fighting snails with homeopathy
When fighting snails, you should avoid the chemical leg. Try homeopathy! Helix tosta is the magic word here. Snails are a real nightmare for many hobby gardeners, so they should be targeted. But best of all, without having to deal with the chemical leg about the garden plants.


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Waldmeisterbowle - Delicious drinking pleasure made easy
Maibowle is a classic on many may fests. The punch also tastes delicious in other months. Above all, it is done quickly. You can get a simple recipe here. What would be jello, effervescent powder or maibowle without woodruff? The green herb from the forest is inseparable from these pleasures.


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Video: Live Screening - Wicker fence made of willows
Pastures are hard to imagine in many gardens. Not only because they are very easy to care for, but because you can use them to prove their artistic talent. In addition to baskets, trays, plant tendrils and other decorative accessories, it is also possible to use willows to create optimal layer protection.


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Video: Wind trimmer thread - That's how it's done
As long as the trimmer thread is long enough, it cuts off the grass or weeds cleanly. But if he is all, he must be renewed. Many drive into the hardware store and buy a whole new coil. It is more expensive, but you do not have to struggle with the winding of a new thread. It's not that hard to know exactly how to do it.


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Top 10 Bestsellers Fire Bowls & Fire Baskets
As soon as the sun disappears on the horizon, smaller groups of people gather around Germany's gardens for blazing fire bowls and fire baskets. Also in our garden every 1-2 weeks is almost obligatory among the neighbors. ? No wonder that the demand for the right fire bowl is increasing year by year.


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Walnut tree propagate - How it works through fruits and seedlings
You love your walnut tree as a shade dispenser and fruit supplier and just can not get enough of it? Then just multiply it. This works best with seedlings and the nuts themselves. Walnut trees serve as optimal shade donors. Over the years, they can reach a treetop diameter of up to 12 meters.


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Dickmännchen - Tips for the care
The so-called Dickmännchen is an evergreen groundcover. Here are our tips for planting and care of this great ground cover. Perfect shadow plant How often does the gardener wonder what he should plant in the shadow areas in the garden? Fern, grass and ivy always make a sad, uniform picture.


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Cottage Garden
General Landhausgartens have always been a very popular form of garden design. Where and when exactly this garden style was created can today no longer be located exactly. The Landhausgarten - not to be confused with the Bauerngarten - corresponds to the ideal concept of rural life in the countryside.


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Cottage garden
History of the farmer garden The origins of the farmer garden as garden style lie in the culture of the "peasant garden" or the school or cloister garden, which served in former time above all the self-supply. In a small space food crops grew next to medicinal herbs and individual ornamental plants.


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Blackbird, Turdus merula - Characteristics, breeding season and food in winter
The blackbird is one of the bird species that until the 19th century were only native to forests. After that, they ventured slowly into human presence and moved into park and large green areas, before they populated entire cities. In German gardens it is one of the most abundant species of birds. They show a special behavior in the brood, as well as in the hibernation and food intake.


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To win 20 sets for the organic rose care from Compo
With their huge variety of colors and varieties, roses are among the most popular garden plants and inspire hobby gardeners every year with lush flowers and a wonderful fragrance. However, for the plants to be at their best, they need sufficient nutrients and sometimes some support to prevent black spot and mildew infections - the most common rosacea diseases.


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