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NEW 18.02.2020 Seasonal / Spring

Keeping your hedges in shape

A slimming cure for hedges and shrubs
They act as a privacy screen, boundary, breeding ground and habitat – hedges have many tasks and functions in your garden. It is particularly important that they are pruned into shape in the first years after planting, in order to keep them green and ensure dense growth. And yet which hedge plants should be cut when?
NEW 28.01.2020 Seasonal / Spring

Should we collect or mulch cuttings?

There are various methods of mowing a lawn
Mowing lawns using a grass catcher represents the clean, classic method. However, above all when mowing large lawn areas, the amount of cuttings collected is so large than it cannot all be put on the compost. In such cases, mulching is a practical alternative. It is not only a time-saving and convenient, but also inexpensive and natural form of lawn care.
NEW 04.12.2019 Seasonal / Winter

Well-wrapped up in winter

Preparing garden tools for the cold season of the year
What can stay outside? What should go into a garage or tool shed? In win-ter, frost and humidity can damage or even destroy garden tools, hoses and pumps. However, hobby gardeners can pack them up in good time and store them in a dry place, protected against frost.
NEW 15.10.2019 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 17.09.2019 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 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.
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