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NEW 11.08.2020 Seasonal / Summer

Rescue the green garden!

Vibrant alternatives to dreary gravel gardens
Stones or plants in your front garden or back garden? Today, many garden owners select what appears to be the simple and easy-care version: gravel, chippings and crushed stone. But is this “easy-care” rumour just a myth?
NEW 04.08.2020 Seasonal / Autumn

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.
NEW 14.07.2020 Seasonal / Summer

Rainwater – ideal for watering purposes

Supplying plants with your own water reserves
Water is a valuable resource. And it is slightly wasteful – and much too expensive – to water your garden using drinking water from the tap. In addition, calcareous tap water can even damage sensitive plants. Rain, on the other hand, falls down from the sky for free. Modern rainwater containers collect this precious resource and store it ready for use.
NEW 23.06.2020 Seasonal / Autumn

Leaves – too valuable for organic waste

Information worth knowing about brightly-coloured autumn leaves
In autumn, the organic waste bins are full to bursting. And the compost, too, is frequently overflowing with large quantities of accumulated leaves. They cannot stay on the lawn, as the grass under them can suffocate and rot. And yet we can do quite a lot of things with foliage: they can act as frost protection for garden beds, or offer beneficial small animals a pleasant refuge for the winter. Leaves are an important raw material for the formation of humus.
NEW 16.06.2020 Seasonal / Summer

Fresh fruits and vegetables in a small space

Delicious and healthy food to cook and snack from
A rich harvest from a small space -those who raise their own fruits and vegetables on their balcony will always have delicacies to hand for snacking and cooking. At the same time, they create an inviting, green refuge for themselves and for insects.
NEW 13.05.2020 Seasonal / Spring

Preserving biodiversity in flora and fauna

Nature-orientated garden and balcony design for beneficial insects
Pollen and nectar represent important sources of nutrition for many insects such as honey bees or numerous varieties of wild bees. And yet what do bees and bumblebees need in your garden? Without a lot of effort, anyone can provide flowering ornamental plants, grasses and herbs or a wild flower meadow so that these useful insects can find food. It is also possible to provide them with shelter – for example in dry-stone walls and deadwood hedges.
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FleishmanHillard Germany GmbH
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