Tarragon is an herb that you can never plant enough in the garden. Find out here how you can easily propagate tarragon. © kolesnikovserg - Fotolia.com Tarragon is available in three basic types: German, French and Russian tarragon. German and French tarragon taste very aromatic and are popular culinary herbs.
The blood sorrel not only cuts a fine figure in the ornamental garden. In measure, it is also suitable for consumption. We have three delicious recipe ideas for you. © Perovskia / stock.adobe.com Blood sorrel (Rumex sanguineus) is best known for its red-veined leaves, which are mainly found in the Mediterranean.
An onion soup is quick to prepare and extremely tasty. There are two recipes here: French onion soup and red onion soup. © Hetizia - Fotolia.com You can prepare onions in a variety of ways in the kitchen. One possibility is to make an onion soup that can warm our bodies nicely from the inside, especially in the cold season.
Because lavender is so undemanding and pretty, almost everyone has it in the garden. Lavender ice cream can be prepared from dried lavender. Lavender ice cream is a delicacy not only in summer; a delicious, creamy ice cream - not only children love that. When the temperatures rise slowly and the cafes set up their chairs outside, then it is time again.
Lavender syrup is largely unknown to most. You can give many drinks and dishes a very special touch. Learn how to make lavender syrup yourself in no time here. Lavender syrup gives sparkling wine a special note If you are looking for syrup in the supermarket or in the beverage trade, you will find a whole range of these sweet additives.
The bitter orange is a robust plant with a rustic charm and a rich floral display. But for that she needs a certain amount of care. Incidentally, the bitter orange can also be easily propagated. © Dario Sabljak - Fotolia.com The bitter orange (Poncirus trifoliata) is the only representative of the genus Poncirus and belongs to the diamond family.
Fuchsia © isuaneye - Fotolia.com Busy Lieschen © joloei - Fotolia.com Ivy © Sabimm - Fotolia.com Frankincense © Martina Walther - Fotolia.com Begonias © ninelittle - Fotolia.com Noble Birds © ClaraNila - Fotolia.com Snowflake Flower © M. Schuppich - Fotolia.com Hydrangeas © sinuswelle - Fotolia.
The pinwheel tree originally comes from Australia and can only be cultivated in our tub. We show you what you need to consider when planting. © KHBlack - Fotolia.com The pinwheel tree is a very distinctive plant from the silver tree family. The home of the exotic plant is in Australia.
Adult flame trees are fairly easy to care for, young plants need a little more attention. Here are our tips for watering, fertilizing and cutting. © etfoto - Fotolia.com The flame tree - also known botanically as Delonix Regia - is a very popular ornamental plant that originally occurs in the tropics.
The flame tree brings color to the garden. But because he is not used to our weather conditions, there are a few things to consider when planting. © etfoto - Fotolia.com The flame tree with the botanical name Delonix Regia is also called flamboyant and is not so popular with passionate gardeners and plant lovers: its fiery red flower with pointed ends gives it an almost fiery appearance.
Since strawberries are perennial plants, they must be wintered properly over the cold season. Find out here how you can do it successfully. © Marina / stock.adobe.com The garden's own fruit and vegetables are not only delicious, but also healthy. In addition to tomatoes, strawberries are particularly popular in home gardens.
Watermelons are true water suppliers in summer. This is by far not everything. The fruit can also score with many vitamins and minerals. © pavel siamionov - Fotolia.com The warmer it gets outside, the more people sneak around the fruit counter in the supermarket. Enthusiastic hobby gardeners and melon lovers even grow melons themselves.
If you store fresh melon correctly, you will have something of the fresh taste and valuable vitamins for longer. We give 3 tips on how to do it. © Kirill Gorlov - Fotolia.com Melons are hard to imagine without in summer. Whether on the grill or just as a freshness kick on a hot summer day - they are simply delicious.
The mulberry tree not only bears delicious fruit, it is also a gem in the garden. Here we reveal what needs to be taken into account when cultivating morality. © 13freetimes / stock.adobe.com If you have chosen a decorative mulberry tree, which is known for its tasty fruits, and planted it properly in the right place, sooner or later you have to take care of its care.
Nothing can harm the mulberry tree so quickly. But it can happen that spider mites get stuck, which at best are simply showered off. © Unkas Photo - Fotolia.com Even if mulberry trees are considered to be more resistant and easy to care for, diseases and pests can be a problem.
The cranberry is a refreshing fruit and a medicinal berry at the same time. That is why it is so popular with hobby gardeners. We explain cultivation and care on this page. © alevi079 - Fotolia.com Cranberry - the name of this fruit really catches your eye when you buy granola bars. This term is the large-fruity cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon).
Kiwis are not so easy to grow in the garden. Kiwi berries, however, already. The only thing that matters is proper care. Then the harvest is also rich. © ClaraNila - Fotolia.com You do not necessarily have to buy kiwis in a supermarket. They can also be grown in the form of kiwi berries in your own garden.
The goji berry is a wonder of nature. Your fruits meet two expectations. Find out how to grow and care for this plant here. © samopauser - Fotolia.com Fruit and vegetables from your own garden promote well-being and health. Hobby gardeners know which fruits and vegetables are good for them.
The mulberry tree is an absolute favorite in the garden due to its compact growth and numerous fruits. But be careful - a tree is not a tree. There are different types of it. © 13freetimes / stock.adobe.com The mulberry tree, also called morus, was cultivated and used in great numbers hundreds of years ago.
The sloe or better the blackthorn is not only an ornamental shrub, it also bears delicious fruit. Here you can find out what to look out for when caring for your child. © ihorhvozdetskiy - Fotolia.com Loans (Prunus spinosa) are stone fruit plants and are native to all of Europe. The rose family is considered the root form of the plum.
The service tree is becoming increasingly rare in our gardens. It bears very tasty fruits and is also very undemanding to care for. © emer - Fotolia.com The service tree is a tree that is rarely seen today. The service tree is also called Spierapfel or Spierling. It belongs to the wild fruit trees, from whose fruits jams and juices can be made.