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Houseplants

Sowing the Venus flytrap: explained step by step

A Venus fly trap is something very special. Finally, it eats insects. If you want to have this plant, you can sow it yourself. You need a lot of patience for this project. The seeds of the Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) are extremely easy to germinate under the right conditions.
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Hedge plants

Thermal composter: Overview of the advantages of quick composter

A compost heap is all well and good, if only it didn't smell so bad. Thermal composters don't. They offer more advantages anyway. These in detail here. Thermal composters offer many advantages An increasing number of high-quality thermal composters can be found in the garden, which guarantees far faster composting of organic garden and kitchen waste and at the same time can largely keep annoying insects at bay.
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Herbs

Cranberry - plant, maintain & cut back

The cranberry is a refreshing fruit and a medicinal berry at the same time. That is why it is so popular with hobby gardeners. We explain cultivation and care on this page. © alevi079 - Fotolia.com Cranberry - the name of this fruit really catches your eye when you buy granola bars. This term is the large-fruity cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon).
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Perennials & Ornamental Grasses

Growing cabbage - how it works

Even though there are so many different types of cabbage, they all have one thing in common: they are grown in the same way. Cabbage needs a lot of care Cabbage is such a versatile vegetable that it shouldn't be missing in any garden. Growing it is not rocket science either.
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Houseplants

Increasing loquat - How to draw new plants from the berries

The glossy loquat is a beautiful and robust plant that can be easily propagated. Everything you need for this is provided by the plant itself, namely that it is multiplied by the berries. Glossy medlars are propagated through the berries Every spring, the glossy medlar forms inflorescences, from which fruits then form - the berries.
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