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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.
NEW 07.04.2020 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 19.03.2020 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 23.04.2019 Seasonal / Spring

Every drop counts

Efficient watering with drip irrigation and water controls
Sustained heat isn’t just a problem for people and animals. Plants also suffer in bright sunlight and extreme drought. Above all lawn areas are exposed to the sun with no protection. Here every drop of water counts.
NEW 02.04.2019 Seasonal / Spring

The silence of the lawnmowers

How our gardens can be transformed into oases of calm
It’s early on Saturday morning when the first neighbour starts up their lawnmower. But there’s no noise or din involved; just a pleasant hum. The new generation of lawnmowers not only mows lawns independently, but is also particularly quiet (up to maximum 60 dB). This keeps things cosily quiet in our gardens.
NEW 29.01.2019 Seasonal / Spring

A new haircut for old plants

Cutting trees, shrubs and hedges into shape
From the beginning of March onwards, there will be plenty to cut back in your garden – such as perennials and roses, hedges, shrubs or trees. The individual plants require different treatments using different cutting tools. So which shears are required for which plant? Correct selection is often half the work.
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FleishmanHillard Germany GmbH
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