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NEW 20.08.2019 Seasonal / Summer

Easy-care survival experts

Counter the effects of the midsummer sun with heat-resistant plants
In future, garden owners can reckon with increasingly hot, dry and sunny summers. Yet whilst native plants start to wilt during prolonged hot spells, exotic sun worshippers begin to thrive. They require little water – also whilst you are on holiday.
NEW 30.07.2019 Seasonal / Autumn

Discovering the world in your garden

Perceiving green areas with all your senses
Seeing, smelling, tasting, feeling and even listening – a garden of the senses takes all sensory organs into account. It can sharpen childrens’ senses and open up fundamental experiences to them. For adults, it is a place of calm or a meeting point. For older people, a garden frequently evokes memories.
NEW 16.07.2019 Seasonal / Summer

Welcome to the outdoor-living room

Enjoy your leisure time to the full and fill up on energy
Deceleration, natural surroundings, the joy of life – “green living rooms” have a lot to offer! In the summer months, garden owners can use their patio for sociable gatherings in the evenings, or to relax.
NEW 26.06.2019 Seasonal / Summer

Clever Irrigation Tips

Eight tips for efficient and healthy irrigation of plants
Proper irrigation of plants leads to healthy growth, better harvests and, above all, avoids plant diseases. Although each plant has its own requirements, there are a few simple rules and tips that will help you to water beds and potted plants better. 
 
NEW 18.06.2019 Seasonal / Autumn

Radiantly clean and well-cared for

Protection against the winter weather for your garden and garden tools
It’s autumn – time to say goodbye to our familiar view of colourful flowers. And time for a thorough autumn clean-up. Those who start the winter by getting organised are well-prepared when spring comes around.
NEW 11.06.2019 Seasonal / Summer

Freshly picked

Plant and harvest your own herbs and spices
They are an attractive shade of green, fragrant and don’t just taste good to humans: herbs and spices and their flowers also attract useful insects. These plants are easy to grow in flower boxes, planters or pots – on window ledges, balconies or roof terraces.
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