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Privacy screens - a quick hedge solution
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Privacy screens - a quick hedge solution

Protect yourself from the neighbors' eyes You can never have enough privacy in the garden. Most have planted a hedge all around, others work directly in the garden with privacy elements, mostly at seats or around the terrace. Hedges need time to get really big. A hedge or other privacy screen is designed to prevent prying eyes from your neighbors.

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Create a shadow garden - that's how it's done

Most believe that nothing grows in shady garden areas. Wrong thought! Convince yourself and create a shadow garden. Many plants also feel comfortable in the shade. Unfortunately, not all parts of the garden within a plant are exposed to direct sunlight, but are sometimes also in the north or
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Do not dig up bulbs

Do not dig up spring bulbs After a long winter, we are all looking forward to spring and the first spring messengers, which finally ring in spring with tulips, daffodils and daffodils. Luckily, if you quickly dug the bulbs into the ground on the spot in autumn.
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Liming the soil - Strengthen your plants

If you plant vegetables and herbs in the garden, you should limescale the soil at least once a year. Lime provides a fine, crumbly and stable soil. Liming your soil at least once a year Liming has another advantage: the plants are strengthened and therefore do not break so quickly.
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Create your own crocus meadow in the garden

Crocuses are pretty much the first flowers to add color to gardens and meadows after winter. We show you how to create your own crocus meadow. © Sasa Komlen / stock.adobe.com Early bloomers such as snowdrops and crocuses are the first messengers of spring. You can often even be admired when the snow has not yet completely thawed away.
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Plant, care for and store flower bulbs correctly

Flower bulbs must be planted in autumn and should never be stacked on top of each other. Our little guide gives you these and more tips. Autumn is the time to plant bulbs so that in spring you will be greeted by tulips, daffodils, hyacinths and crocuses. Spring bloomers should not be missing in any garden and are particularly good for planting borders or as a limitation of paths.
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Plants for the shade

Shadow beds are always a little challenge for hobby gardeners. After all, which plants thrive in the shade? Make no mistake, because there are enough. The foxglove thrives well in the shade - © jonnysek / stock.adobe.com In our garden we have a bed that does not get a single ray of sunshine during the long day.
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Put flower bulbs - that's how it's done

Stick to the rule of thumb Actually, you should think that there is nothing wrong with planting bulbs. But it is still possible. Flower bulbs can remain in the ground all year round If the first signs of spring such as tulips, daffodils or crocuses are to open their flowers from March, then you have to make sure to put them underground in autumn.
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Plant bulbs in autumn

Bulbs need frost If you want to have a carpet of flowers made of tulips and daffodils in spring, you have to plant your bulbs in autumn. Because all flower bulbs need frost so that they will bloom abundantly in spring. Open spaces and beds can then be transformed into true flower wonders.
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Tips for all flower bulbs

Protect the flower bulbs from rodents With flower bulbs you lay the foundation for a sea of ​​flowers in spring. So that the bulbs can float in spring without freezing, here are various tips that can be applied to all bulbs. When buying, you should make sure that the onions are dry, firm and smooth-skinned.
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When is the compost ready?

How do you recognize mature compost? If you have a composting place in the garden and use it regularly, you probably have the best soil far and wide. Composting often has the problem that you do not know when the compost is ready and can be used. But you can find out by a simple test.
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What is bark humus?

Bark humus is a refined form of bark mulch. This bark is more finely ground and the grain size is much lower than with normal bark mulch. Bark humus also has a lot of advantages for a gardener. The substances contained in the bark humus can prevent the growth of pests and weeds.
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Install rhizome barrier - how it's done

Bamboo, blackberries and Co. look nice, but can be a real annoyance. For example, if they overgrow too much. A rhizome lock can help here. Rhizome barrier There are some plants that form roots so strongly that they quickly overgrow everything else.
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How climbing roses grow better - 4 tips

You will enjoy your climbing roses even more if you know a few tricks and tips that will ensure that your climbing roses grow better. Climbing rose at the house entrance - © ingwio - Fotolia.com As the name suggests, the climbing rose belongs to the rose family. Although the climbing rose originated in Asia (China, Japan), the plant is one of the favorites among German hobby gardeners.
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Homemade gifts from the garden: 9 ideas presented

Homemade gifts from the garden are always a great souvenir for friends or family. We would therefore like to present 9 ideas for such gifts. Gifts from your own garden are always well received. Each year, your own garden offers its owners countless opportunities to make creative gifts themselves or
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Plant and care for rose arches - how it's done

A rose arch has always been a special eye-catcher in the garden. We will therefore explain here how you can plant and care for a rose arch. © fineart-collection - Fotolia.com Not only romantics are captivated by the sight of a rose arch. It is simply an atmospheric eye-catcher, which brings out the blossoms of fine roses in a particularly advantageous way.
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