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Root barrier for bamboo prevents usury
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Root barrier for bamboo prevents usury

Bamboo is a handsome plant, but it can challenge other plants' habitats. To prevent this from happening, it makes sense to install a root barrier in the ground. Bamboo grows underground due to root formation Bamboo is becoming increasingly popular in our latitudes and is often planted in many gardens.

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What kind of apple to plant?

There are big differences in apples. Apple trees can be found in many gardens. Now you could assume that it doesn't matter what kind of apple you plant. The apples certainly grow equally well everywhere. But this is far from the case. There are big regional differences. Differences in north and south apples like it sunny on one side, but also moist on the other.
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Foam on plants

A foam cicada creates foam on the meadow button - Have you ever noticed a foam covering on leaves, stems and stems on flowers or bushes? You have certainly seen a foam like this before and wondered what it could be.
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Raspberries - More yield through correct planting

More raspberry yield with these tricks Raspberries are sweet treats that everyone likes. That's why they shouldn't be missing in any garden. Raspberries are also very undemanding, like the sun and otherwise require little maintenance. However, you can make sure that raspberries produce even more yield than they usually do.
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When the earth sags

Flowers have to be replanted Do you know the phenomenon? The most beautiful plants are in the flower bed and suddenly the earth sinks beneath them. The plants slide and hang skewed in the bed. In the garden, you could assume that these are voles, which undermine the bed and slide down the earth.
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Plant evergreen hedges in late summer

If you plan to plant an evergreen hedge in the garden, you should do it in late summer. It can begin at the end of August. However, it should be completed by mid-September. An evergreen hedge, such as thuja or laurel, has the advantage that it does not lose its leaf dress and therefore also looks beautiful in winter.
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Poisonous plants in gardens - you should know these 7

Eisenhut is one of the most poisonous plants in Europe. They are beautiful, but there is something dangerous in them: poisonous plants can be found more and more often in German gardens. This is usually not a problem as long as you exercise caution. However, if children live with the household, then you should either do without these plants or educate the kids early enough.
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Heather bushes must be pruned

Heather is often called heather. In every garden you will find heather bushes, which are also called heather. There is often a colorful mix of summer and winter heather. The summer heather blooms from August until well into October. The winter heath delights the hobby gardener from December to March.
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Crown of fame - flowers like a crown

Anyone who wants to bring a real beauty to the garden is well advised with the crown of fame. The attractive flower, however, needs some care. Crowns of fame bloom fantastically beautiful The crown of fame (Gloriosa superba), also called Gloriosa, lives up to its name! Their flowers are wonderful to look at because they actually resemble a crown.
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Watering citrus plants - 4 important tips

No more rolled up leaves and dried fruit: with the right watering behavior, your citrus plants always stay fit and productive. Citrus plants don't need a lot of water In principle, citrus plants are also becoming increasingly popular in our latitudes. Most of these attractive plants are placed in a bucket on the balcony or in the garden during the warm season.
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Garden ornaments - how to set special accents

The most beautiful jewelry in the garden are of course the plants and flowers that bloom in the most amazing colors. But what would a garden be without various garden decorations? Stone figures come into their own in a particularly beautiful way among garden plants. As with people who like to adorn themselves with chains, earrings and brooches, a garden with various accessories is even more effective.
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Correctly interpreting plant diseases - 8 important characteristics

Sheets speak their own language, especially when they are sick. With the help of our features you can correctly interpret plant diseases. Various diseases can be interpreted based on the leaves. Here are 8 characteristics that will help you to interpret them: If the leaves of trees turn yellow-green and at the same time brown spots form, a lack of magnesium is to blame.
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Caring for passion flowers - a flower for the winter garden

Passion flowers are popular climbing plants that are quite undemanding. Nevertheless, they need a little care so that they can grow well and continue to form beautiful flowers. Passion flowers cannot withstand frost The passion flower is a climbing plant, the flowers of which can grow up to eight centimeters in size and can be white, red or purple in color.
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Use catch panels against insects - how it works

Trapping tablets (yellow tablets) help against aphids and other insects. A garden is only beautiful if it is protected against pests. That is why many catching signs are used against insects in order to optimally protect their garden. Use yellow and blue catch boards There are really a lot of pests.
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Planting perennials - how it's done

Every hobby gardener would like to see a flowering perennial border with healthy plants. But it doesn't have to be a wish. With a little skill, you can get such a bed smoothly. The columbine is particularly suitable for planting in autumn. Planting perennials is actually not witchcraft. Nevertheless, there are a few important points to consider.
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Store walnuts - that's how it's done

Walnuts from your own tree are simply delicious. But if you want to have something of the freshness for a long time, you have to store it properly, otherwise they will start to mold. Walnuts are stable for several months. Being able to call your own walnut tree in the garden is something special. From mid-September, walnut fans will get their money's worth.
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Make the garden pond winterproof - that's how it's done

Thoroughly desludge your garden pond once autumn has arrived and you can almost feel the winter, then you should slowly make the garden pond winter-proof. Leaves promote algae growth It is best to make your garden pond winter-proof when the trees have dropped their leaves, because foliage and plant residues in the water promote algae growth - even at this time of year.
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Caring for winter bloomers - this is how it's done

A wonderful winter bloomer: The witch hazel They bloom when there is not much going on in the garden: Bodnant snowball, witch hazel or winter jasmine. The great thing about taking care of these winter bloomers is very simple. Maintaining winter bloomers Such flowers or bushes are an ornament in every snow-covered winter garden.
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Growing eggplants - this is how it's done

You should start growing eggplants in January Have you always wanted to grow eggplants? Many have been bitterly disappointed when trying to sow them in the garden. Eggplants are spoiled by the heat. No wonder, because in our latitudes the eggplants grow very badly in the wild.
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Planting bulbs - step by step instructions

Pay attention to firm bulbs when you buy them. In autumn the bulbs of the spring bloomers come into the earth, in spring those of the autumn bloomers. If you want to plant flower bulbs, there are a few things to consider. Planting bulbs Pay attention to firm bulbs when you buy them. Under no circumstances should you buy soft, moldy or putrid onions.
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