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Hedge plants

Building a raised bed from gabions - explained step by step

For many, gardening is more than just a hobby. Unfortunately, gardening also goes on the back. Raised beds can help here. The latest trend: gabion raised beds. Raised beds from gabions are very trendy. Those who own a garden usually also grow fruit, vegetables and herbs. What used to only be used to always have fresh food in the house has now become a real passion for many.
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Pond plants

Peeling ginger - 3 simple methods presented

Ginger tastes great, is healthy and gives a lot of flavor to many dishes. The only problem is that it is not easy to peel. With these 3 methods, however. Man peels ginger Ginger has become increasingly popular in recent years. The tuber with the spicy-sweet aroma is no longer only used in many Asian dishes - it is also used for teas, cocktails and as a special whistle in some desserts.
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Hedge plants

Fighting lawn stains - this is how it's done

Soil pests are usually responsible for the stains If brown stains appear in the lawn, this is usually an indication of soil pests. Find out here how you can fight the lawn stains. Soil pests are usually to blame. Especially if such stains do not occupy a large area, they are soil pests.
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Perennials & Ornamental Grasses

Making comfrey porridge - Here's how it's done

You don't have to buy plant tonics. You can e.g. also produce comfrey and strengthen the plants with it. Instructions and tips here. Comfrey is a good plant strengthener Unfortunately many gardeners are still not familiar with the comfrey, although it is a very good plant strengthener (fertilizer effect), which makes the plants more resistant to diseases and pests.
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Herbs

Cut hawthorn - that's how it's done!

As for the cut, the hawthorn is fairly straightforward. You can decide for yourself whether it should be a topiary or a hedge cut. © tinadefortunata - Fotolia.com The hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata) needs a place in the garden where it can develop freely. The plants not only bloom exceptionally profusely, they also grow quickly and can grow to be more than five meters high and two meters wide.
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