Plants

Thimble - 4 quirks that you should know
Foxglove is a typical garden plant. As beautiful as the thimble is, you have to respect a lot and above all should know the peculiarities. The thimble, latin digitalis, is a very pretty looking plant. Especially the flowers, with their magnificent colors, give each garden a springlike appearance.


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Gladioli hibernate - 4 important tips
So that gladioli and also dahlias can hibernate and drive again in the next year really beautiful blooms, it requires already some considerations and rules. After digging, a period of careful dehydration of the sticks follows. Once these have dried sufficiently, all diseased parts of the tubers must now be carefully trimmed.


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Prachtscharte - The Liatris brings the prairie into the garden
Get a piece of prairie home. With the Prachtscharte or Liatris called, you can do it very easy. The origin of this beautiful flower is to be found in the prairies of Central America. There it thrives and enchants the steppe into a sea of ​​flowers. She can do that soon in your garden.


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Chinabeere - Tips for growing
The Chinabeere is a pretty climbing plant that produces a very healthy fruit. Read here how to grow the China Berry. The Chinabeere is very healthy The China berry has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). And as more and more people worldwide became aware of their positive effects on coughs and asthma, as well as within the digestive tract, the individual varieties were optimized in terms of breeding and are now also well established in our latitudes.


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Heidenelke: sowing and care of the flower of the year 2012
As the name implies, this carnation grows in the heathland. You can also plant the heather in the garden. We explain how it works. The bright pink flowering heather blossom was named the "Flower of the Year 2012" by the Nature Conservation Foundation and deserves special attention.


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Zamioculcas - Unpretentious and very jewelry
An exotic name haunts many homes and often you have the plant at home and do not even know its name. The speech is from the Zamioculcas. The problem with the Zamioculcas is that it does not yet have a German name, but is only known by its botanical name, which is difficult to remember.


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Zamioculcas: To detect and combat diseases and pests
The Zamioculcas is a resistant plant that does not cause pests and diseases so quickly. But she is not completely immune from that. The Zamioculcas or Lucky Feather is a robust and popular green houseplant. The resistant Zamioculcas is resistant to most pests and diseases, it also does not bother bad care.


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Garden Strawflower, Helichrysum bracteatum - Care Tips
Elated she spreads good mood in the bed and on the balcony. The garden straw flower adorns the cottage garden with its smart appearance and inspires the imagination for the design of beautiful dry bouquets. After a tireless flowering from May to October, she likes to come back next year after a frost-free winter in the tub.


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Schiefteller Care: 6 important care tips
The Schiefteller is a beautiful houseplant, which loses all flowers in winter. So that they sprout again after the winter, here are 6 tips for the Schiefteller care. Anyone who sees the plant, which actually comes from the tropics, usually recognizes it immediately, optically. Because the lush flowering Schiefeller - closely related to the African Violets - has been enjoying many gardeners as a houseplant and potted outdoor plant for many years of greatest popularity.


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Laurel propagate - 4 promising possibilities presented
Laurel bushes are now found in almost every garden. No wonder, because they look good, are easy to care for and easy to replicate. You have 4 options. If you want to propagate laurel bushes, you need a lot of patience. Not multiplying is a time consuming task.


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Robinia: detecting and controlling diseases and pests
Although the robinia tree is very robust, it can still happen that some pests make it. Those who intervene in time, but can prevent worse. The Robinia, also called Robinia pseudoacacia, is one of the robust trees. Life-threatening illnesses or a life-threatening infestation of pests hardly occur in healthy Robinien.


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Calla hibernate - How to protect the noble plant from the cold temperatures
Most Calla species are not hardy and must therefore be prepared in time for the cold season. What should be considered in the calla, read here. The Calla or Zantedeschia is a flowering plant that you can keep in the room or put in a bucket or in the garden during the summer months.


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Plant fan palm - this is how it thrives
Fan palms actually come from the Mediterranean. But they also thrive here with us. Provided you plant the fan palm properly. The fan palm has expressive ribbed leaves, which feel at home in both rooms and in the garden. Although the Fan Palm originates from the Mediterranean, it feels very comfortable in Northern Europe.


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Repot fan palm - so it thrives well in the new pot
If the roots come to the fore under the earth, it is high time to repot the fan palm. Of course, you can not do that to suit your mood. You have to pay attention to a lot. If the fan palm receives all nutrients, enough light and moisture, it grows relatively fast. In nature, the palm trees sometimes even up to five meters high!


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Repotting the hibiscus - step by step instructions
Rosemary (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) is an eye-catcher for rooms and terraces. But it has to be repotted from time to time. Find out what to look for here. Balcony or terrace gardeners, are mostly plant and flower friends who do not have their own garden. Yet they develop great and admirable horticultural skills to turn their few square feet of the apartment into a thriving gem.


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