Flat peas are popular climbing plants with a decisive advantage: you can harvest and enjoy their plant parts. Find out how you can multiply the plant to get a rich harvest here. © farba2014 - Fotolia.com The flat pea is a climbing plant that has been used for a very long time and is used to cultivate peas for consumption, further processing and feeding.
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Hedges and shrubs are an integral part of an ornamental garden. Here you will find some types, whether evergreen, deciduous, blooming or fruit-bearing. © pia-pictures - Fotolia.com Shrubs in the ornamental garden are like salt in the soup. They give your garden structure. With their loose growth, they provide variety.
Lavender jam is delicious. It can be combined with other types of fruit and is also very easy to make yourself. We do not want to withhold these two variation options from you. The blooming lavender fields in Provence have not only inspired the French for centuries.
Steaks and sausages are part of a grill party, like bread for a snack. But what shouldn't be missing is herb butter, which you can prepare yourself in no time at all. Herb butter In addition to sausages and meat, a grill party also includes some important ingredients and side dishes. Above all, of course, the herb butter, which not only refines steaks, but also corn cobs, for example.
Sorrel is mainly found on meadows. But lately he has been growing more and more in the garden. No wonder, because that is not particularly difficult. Sorrel Sorrel is a plant that has rarely been found in German gardens. Not least because many view it as a weed.
Pesto Genovese know almost everyone. Did you also know that you can prepare a pesto from Swiss chard? It is very simple and can be modified again and again. Swiss chard pesto is prepared at lightning speed Just like Swiss chard, pesto also comes from the Mediterranean. So why not just conjure up a pesto from Swiss chard?
With a delicious steak, pickled vegetables taste particularly delicious. Have you ever put onions yourself? Simply delicious. Here is a simple guide. Basically, you can pickle any kind of onion sourly, it is of course particularly easy with the small pearl onions, since you do not have to cut them into pieces.
Onions are not the same as onions. There are many different types of onions, of which there are different variants. We have introduced the most common ones to you here. The individual types of onions differ not only in their appearance, but also in their taste.
Most people know Pesto Genovese. But did you know that coriander can also be used to make a delicious pesto? It is simple and gives many dishes the final touch. Korander pesto goes well with fish When it comes to pesto, the first thing that comes to mind is the classic Genovese pesto with basil and pine nuts.
Previous1 of 32next See: Yellow sun hat A good sensory garden is characterized by the fact that it optimally appeals to all 5 senses. Seeing, smelling, tasting, hearing and feeling. Although sensory gardens are preferably set up in kindergartens or when working with dementia patients, they can also impress visitors to your garden.
In mid-October it is now time to make the garden winter-proof. So that you don't forget anything, here is a checklist of which tasks should be done. In mid-October you should make your garden winter-proof. The days are getting shorter, the nights are longer and colder - autumn is here. The plant vegetation in your garden now switches to gentle cycle, which is now the perfect time to make the garden winter-proof.
Rosemary is one of the herbs that must not be missing in any Mediterranean kitchen. Read here which rosemary varieties are particularly great and how they are cared for. Rosemary is very aromatic Rosemary is an aromatic herb that refines dishes in a very special way.
Whether with bread, pasta or as a dip: pestos are not only delicious, but also quickly prepared. How about e.g. times with a pepper pesto? Here 3 delicious recipes are presented. Pepper pesto tastes fruity-spicy Pestos are really a fine thing, because on the one hand they taste fantastic and on the other they can be used in a variety of ways.
In contrast to most spices from tropical areas, we can grow chilli without any problems. Find out how to do it here. Chilli can be grown with us without any problems. Chillies have started their triumphal march around the world and naturally also ended up in our kitchens.
Whether cold cuts, meat or vegetables - the right storage protects your food. Read what you should know specifically about storing cucumbers here. Better keep cucumbers in a plastic bag. Most people drive to do a bulk shopping once a week because they simply don't have time to run to the supermarket every day.
Cats and snails - both animals that can cause great damage in the garden. However, there is a simple home remedy for them: coffee grounds! Cats & snails do not like coffee grounds at all In many households, more or less coffee grounds are produced regularly. If you have a garden, you should never dispose of it carelessly, but rather make use of it.
Many are a thorn in the side of cats. In many residential areas, dogs and cats are free-roaming. If, for example, the neighbor has animals that he lets roam freely in his garden or on the street, these animals can of course also get into your garden. Dogs in the garden This is a thorn in the side of some people, especially when the animals use the garden as a toilet.
Many plants are toxic to cats. Since cats like to chew on plants, this is quite dangerous. We have an overview of the poisonous plants for you. © Grigorita Ko / stock.adobe.com Cats like to chew on a wide variety of plants. However, not all of these plants can be considered safe for cats.
The fragrant lawn chamomile is an undemanding ground cover because you can easily plant it. You can read here how it works. The lawn chamomile is hard-wearing The fragrant lawn chamomile can form tightly closed areas with lush green, which is why public places and forecourts in particular like to use this kind of easy-care greening.
Finally the autumn season begins again - the beautiful handicraft time, in which you can conjure up wonderful things with many materials from nature. In many families with children, the lovely time to walk now begins, when the little ones waddle home with huge bags of chestnuts. But what do you do with so many chestnuts?
New gardeners in particular often find it difficult to tell the individual small plants apart. So that you also know later where you planted something, plant signs should not be missing in a vegetable patch. Plastic cuttings do not fit into an otherwise creative garden. So what does that mean?