Dipladenia Care – 1 × 1 for vigorous growth and luxuriant flowering

The Dipladenia or Mandevilla is actually quite easy to maintain. Nevertheless, there is a lot to be taken care of during the casting and fertilizing, so that it does not come to decay or pest infestation.

Dipladenia varieties © hcast – Fotolia.com

The care of the exotic plants with their magnificent flowers is less complicated than might be suspected. The diversity of species is no problem here, Dipladenia are all quite undemanding perennial. Once the casting is forgotten, the plant Continue reading “Dipladenia Care – 1 × 1 for vigorous growth and luxuriant flowering”

Drying moss in the oven – That’s what it’s guaranteed

Dried moss is a popular craft material that is often bought. This need not be. Because moss can also be easily dried in the oven. You can find out how to do that and which varieties are most suitable here.

Dry moss in the oven © Mathias Karner – Fotolia.com

At Easter, in autumn and at Christmas – Moos is an all-round talent for creative arts and crafts. Wreaths, nests and arrangements are decorated with moss to create a contrast to colored figures or flowers.

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Creating more storage space in the garden shed – Ideas for more space and living quality

Anyone who opens his garden shed and finds the bare chaos should take action as quickly as possible. With our ideas, you will provide more storage and living space.

Create more storage space in the garden shed © Bumann – Fotolia.com

Many use it Garden house as additional living space and thus as a small wellness oasis in the countryside. For others, the garden house, however, is merely a storage room for garden tools, flower bulbs, fertilizer and Co. And yet others combine both. But that will quickly be Continue reading “Creating more storage space in the garden shed – Ideas for more space and living quality”

Cyprus Grass: Detecting and Fighting Diseases and Pests

Although cypress grass is not demanding, it needs some care for proper growth. Those who are not careful here are risking the infestation of pests.

Cyprus Grass: Detecting and Fighting Diseases and Pests © Yakov – Fotolia.com

Cyprus grass (Cyperus) is quite robust and even in our latitudes, the tropical plant can be cultivated well, but preferably as a houseplant. The plants need a lot of moisture and a light and warm location. There are hardly any diseases with the water palm.

However, the Cyprus grass can Continue reading “Cyprus Grass: Detecting and Fighting Diseases and Pests”

Garden plan – why you should create one!

Creating a garden plan makes sense. Why I’m using a garden plan and what 3D garden planner software I work with can be found here.

A gardening plan helps to determine the plants A gardening plan helps First of all, I was laughed at in my family for sitting down at the computer, designing a floor plan of our garden and drawing in the plants and flowers we planted. For which I would need such a garden plan, I was asked. You’d see what’s growing where.

Well, you might see it when it’s summer, when it’s Continue reading “Garden plan – why you should create one!”

Hibernate Clematis – How to do it

If you have a clematis in your garden for the first year, you often do not know how it will be wintered. Here is a short guide to it.

Clematis Clematis

The question of how to hibernate a clematis can not be clearly answered. From the popular climbing plant, there are finally a variety of varieties, of which only a few are really hardy. So you should take a look at the label at the time of purchase to make sure that the desired specimen can spend the winter outdoors.

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Pour plants with bread drink – Our application tip

Pour plants with bread drink? Surely you will now ask yourself what it is supposed to do. Then take good care of yourself, because we’ll explain what that means.

Bread drink strengthens plants Bread drink strengthens plants

Meanwhile, it has been Several laboratory studies have proven that bread drink (here more about it) treated plants are much more resistant to pests and show a much stronger growth. Even in the organic sector, with the help of bread drink even a nearly identical result is Continue reading “Pour plants with bread drink – Our application tip”

Coloring thistle – planting, cultivating and propagating

The safflower in the home garden impresses with its filigree, orange flowers. We will explain how to grow and maintain this plant.

Flowering stinging thistle Staining thistle infatuates with its yellow-orange flower. As a cut flower her inflorescence is very popular among florists and flower lovers | © tpsdave – Pixabay.com

The safflower (Carthamus tinctorius), like the sunflower, is prized by gardeners for its bright petals. By the way: both plants have a lot in common. From their seeds, Continue reading “Coloring thistle – planting, cultivating and propagating”

Chia Energy Bar Recipe: How to Cook

Energy bars are usually quite expensive. They are so easy to make yourself. How about with Chia energy bar?

Chia energy bars are prepared quickly Chia energy bars are prepared quickly

It has been one of South America’s thousands of years To date, many Andean dwellers provide energy and endurance – meaning the chia plant. The seeds of this plant are full of nutrients, vitamins and fiber and were already used by the Maya to provide messengers and spies with their long marches for days and weeks with Continue reading “Chia Energy Bar Recipe: How to Cook”

Garden Railways in Winter – How to Drive Despite Snow

Most stow your garden railroad in winter in the garage. This need not be. The garden railway can also be put into operation in winter.

The garden railway can also be put into operation in winter The garden railway can also be used in winter Operation

Snow plow for the garden railway

Many garden railways are resistant to all weather conditions – so they can be left outdoors even in winter. However, if the garden railway in winter turn around easily, the rails must first be freed from snow and ice. Most of them Continue reading “Garden Railways in Winter – How to Drive Despite Snow”