Rolled leaves of roses through the leaf-worm wasp

Rolled-in leaves indicate the leaf-worm wasp Rolled leaves indicate the leaf-worm wasp


Rolled-in Leaves on roses
are a very clear sign that the leaf-troll wasp was active here. After a few weeks, the leaves of the rose turn yellow and then fall off.

The leafy wasp lays its eggs directly on the edge of the rose petals. Once the larvae have hatched, they are naturally hungry and make use of the leaf tissue on the underside of the leaf. We already know this episode: Rolled leaves.

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Removing moss in the flowerbed – 4 effective tips to combat

Whether on the wall, in the lawn or just in the flowerbed: moss spreads out almost everywhere. But with our tips you get your flowerbeds moss-free again.

Moos is very stubborn Moos is very persistent

Actually you find Moss primarily on the sidewalks, on house walls or in the lawn. But in shady areas, he can also show up in the flower beds. Moss only needs a damp ground to thrive and if just not enough sun gets to one place, then it has an easy game there. Much to the annoyance of Continue reading “Removing moss in the flowerbed – 4 effective tips to combat”

Extending Sea-buckthorn – How it works with foothills, sinkers and plywood

Cultivating sea-buckthorn is currently very much in vogue. Many can not get enough of it. Here’s why it explains how you can multiply it.

Sea buckthorn berries are vitamin bombs Sea buckthorn berries are vitamin bombs If you want to multiply your seabuckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides), You have three options to choose from: the propagation through foothills, by lowering and by Steckholz.

All three varieties of propagation are crowned with success. So you have in one go more of the decorative and Continue reading “Extending Sea-buckthorn – How it works with foothills, sinkers and plywood”

Conservatory: Heat and cold protection with roller blinds & Co.

As beautiful as a conservatory is, it can be so uncomfortable in winter and summer. Not, however, if you provide heat and cold protection.

Winter garden with insulating foil on the windows Winter garden with insulating foil on the window panes

Conservatories are already a really fine thing, because in them we can sit weather-protected in spring and watch nature awake slowly from hibernation. As the name suggests, the winter garden is also a perfect place for the winter. Here you can look at the snow-covered Continue reading “Conservatory: Heat and cold protection with roller blinds & Co.”

Creating a rose garden – step by step Instruction

A fragrant rose garden is not only the dream of many hobby gardeners, but is also back in fashion! With our step by step instructions, you can create yourself a wonderfully blooming rose garden.

Plan seating too Plan seating too

Step 1 – Plan the rose garden

Create a creative design for the rose garden
Once the site question has been clarified, the planning of the rose garden can begin. Due to the variety of rose varieties every gardener is Continue reading “Creating a rose garden – step by step Instruction”

Preliminary Considerations for Pond Construction – Planning, Implementation and Important Cost Factors

Integrating a pond in the garden is not rocket science in and of itself. It is more difficult, however, to plan it properly. There’s a lot to keep in mind.

Think carefully what you want Think carefully what you want

A pond is really more like just a visual highlight in the garden. Depending on the type of pond you can also swim or use animals for example. Of course, both are a nice thing. Unfortunately, many are rushing their decision for a garden pond. There are no real thoughts about the Continue reading “Preliminary Considerations for Pond Construction – Planning, Implementation and Important Cost Factors”

Pimpinelle: Detecting and Fighting Diseases & Pests

Although the Pimpinelle is quite sturdy and unassailable, it can still be infested with diseases and pests. What these are and how you can provide first aid, read here.

Pimpinelle: fighting diseases and pests The Pimpinelle is not completely immune from pests A healthy and properly cultivated pimpinelle (sanguisorba minor) resists most pathogens and viruses Excellent for pests. Occasionally, however, the plants suffer from downy mildew and aphids.

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Planting and cultivating jasmine – How to do it

A sweet, beguiling fragrance is in the air when jasmine flowers in the garden. Learn here how to grow and cultivate jasmine.

Jasmine smells delicious Jasmine smells delicious

On lukewarm summer evenings the beguiling scent of jasmine becomes Especially well perceived, which is why many plant this climber often in a bucket and then set up near the terrace and on the balcony. However, jasmine perennials are also suitable for a flowering hedge design, which of course requires a climbing Continue reading “Planting and cultivating jasmine – How to do it”

Removing clover in the bed – Prevention & Control Tips

A four-leaf clover brings luck – clover in the bed only causes trouble. Because many gardeners do not want to find clover there. Use these tips to get rid of him.

Clover in the flowerbed Clover in the flowerbed

Klee can not only persist in a green area but also in flower beds. Klee looks very pretty in itself, especially lucky clover, but he can quickly form a large carpet and cover the floor almost completely. That may be desirable for a foundation with Klee, but otherwise that is Continue reading “Removing clover in the bed – Prevention & Control Tips”

Planting magnolia – The perfect companion for a demanding woody

Below the treetop, magnolias appear especially bare outside of the flowering period. You can easily change that by planting the magnolia. But beware! It works only with the right plant choice.

Planting magnolia - The right companion for a demanding woody plant Magnolias can not be planted with all plants true queens of the garden magnolias claim most of the sunlight, nutrients and water in the soil for themselves. If you want to plant your magnolia, you will need light and shadow-friendly companions.

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