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NEW 25.02.2021 Trade
Gardena again recognized by the Best Brands

Gardena again recognized by the Best Brands

For the third time in a row among the top ten of Germany’s product brands of the year
The Best Brands marketing award assesses both actual market success and consumer perception. For the third time in a row, Gardena was able to place itself among the top ten brands.
NEW 16.02.2021 New Products
2in1 EnergyCut

Upgrade your garden with a hedge

Picking the right plants for a perfect hedge
When the threat of daytime frost has lifted, the ground has thawed out and the temperatures begin to rise again, it’s time to get the garden hedges in shape. Natural, freely growing hedges are one currently fashionable trend. A healthy, attractive hedge not only keeps out prying eyes, but also offers a sustainable habitat for birds, insects and small animals. But gardeners should take care to find out what type of hedge would best suit their needs before adding one to their own garden. 
NEW 14.01.2021 Trade
Repairability: Lawnmowers in the green range at Gardena

Repairability: Lawnmowers in the green range at Gardena

Electric and cordless lawnmowers of the PowerMax model series and SILENO robotic lawnmowers rated according to the new French reparability index
NEW 04.01.2021 Trade
Gardena closes the last gap in green electricity

Gardena closes the last gap in green electricity

Now 100% electricity from renewable energy sources
With the beginning of the new year 2021, Gardena has closed the last gap and all Gardena locations are supplied exclusively with electricity from renewable energy sources.
NEW 01.12.2020 Seasonal / Winter
Plan your garden

Ideas for the green paradise

Already plan your garden for the upcoming season in winter
As soon as there is frost and snow outside, it is the best time to start planning for the next garden season. If you follow a few basic rules, you can turn your garden into a real gem.
Pruning lavender

Cutting in later seasons

Promoting growth and flowering by cutting back your plants
Whether light pruning, shaping, preservation or deadwood cutting, plants have to be cut back even in autumn and winter. In this way, for example, wild shoots are pruned back on shrubs which have been left to grow unattended. Your plants will show their gratitude in spring through good growth and many flowers.
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