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The best hiding places for colorful eggs are in the garden
The days are now noticeably longer, the air is milder and all the spirits are stirring. Where can one experience this awakening of nature better than in one's own garden? At Easter he should wear his best spring dress! We look forward to colorful onion flowers, fresh sprouting leafy green and marvel at the first trees and shrubs that cover themselves with flowers.
The spring open the forsythia with their sunny yellow flowering branches. Only a little later, the ornamental quince with large red peel flowers causes a stir. The shrubs can be - as well as the petite blood currant - with growth heights of 1 to 2 meters very well integrate into small gardens. At a time when most perennials are just sprouting, they are already putting on colorful eye-popping. Also with cornelian cherry, Ranunkelstrauch and star Magnolia the chances are good to be able to enjoy flowers at Easter. The more protected the trees are in the garden - for example, in front of a warming house wall or in a sunny spot in front of the hedgerow - the sooner they will bloom.
Onion flowers are ideal partners for spring shrubs. Tulips set in the autumn soon raise their flowers. Crocus and daffodils enchant - once established in the bed or in the meadow - every year again with spring-fresh splashes of color.
The best places for the first Easter decorations can now be discovered on a tour of the garden: a nest of tendrils and moss would make good under the pussy willow, the deco-chickens may refer back to their place in the meadow and the chair at the wayside would Easter wreath stand well. The more natural the arrangements, the more harmonious.
The romantic spring scenery can also be realized in small gardens. The focus of the design is the red currant (Ribes sanguineum), which opens its blackberry-red flower clusters in April. The 2-meter-high shrub is frugal and forms the backdrop for a filigree garden bench that invites you to take a seat. At the foot of the bush, forget-me-nots form a blue island in an egg-shaped wickerwork. On the meadow around the forget-me-not nest bloom daffodils and daisies and give the meadow its natural charm. Decorative chickens made of frost-resistant clay fit the cheerful rural mood.
The following picture gallery shows more Easter decorations for indoors and outdoors - some of them can now be ordered in the MEIN shop.
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Easter Ideas for Garden and Home (10)
A forsythia shrub decorated with hanging easter eggs makes for a good mood on the table.
Easter also for the feathered friends: This birdhouse with Einflugloch and perch comes as an Easter egg.
Daisies are industrious bloomers. If you let them grow, you can pick a big bouquet in your own garden.
Funny decoration idea: Blow out Easter eggs, paint and remove the upper third of the shell. Great as a container for Easter grass or as a vase for individual flowers.
Egg shells from which cress grows: The decorative container also makes children curious about the healthy herbs.
Puschel, the plantable rabbit figure made of terracotta, is ideal as a gift for the Easter invitation.
Quick arranged and yet an eye-catcher: In the midst of blue stars has hidden an Easter egg.
The silky soft pussy willow have always been popular as Easter decorations. Willow branches give bouquets and Easter eggs the finishing touch.
Table decoration fresh from the garden: A delicate ribbon and a narcissus blossom replace the classic napkin ring.
Floral Delight: Decorate your Easter cookies with edible flowers, such as violets.