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Maintain tree ferns - this is how it's done
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Maintain tree ferns - this is how it's done

Tree ferns need a lot of water. Outside, in the winter garden or in the apartment, tree ferns are a nice alternative to other plants. Read here how to take care of the tree ferns that you have in your home. Plants need a lot of water The filigree leaves of the ferns grow directly from the trunk.

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Remove red clover from the lawn - Here's how it works

As you know, anyone who finds a four-leaf clover is lucky. Red clover in the lawn, however, annoys many gardeners. We will explain how to get rid of it. © Ruud Morijn / stock.adobe.com As children, we enthusiastically started looking for four-leaf clovers (also known as lucky clovers).
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Cutting the hedge: what is allowed and when?

If you cut your hedge without first familiarizing yourself with the legal requirements, you risk a fine. Because this is not permitted all year round. © Paolese - Fotolia.com If you want to trim your hedge to a larger extent, you will have to wait until the next late autumn or winter. Because legislators have set very precise deadlines for when hedge trimming is allowed and when not.
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Planting Japanese Sickle Fir - Instructions & Tips

Once the right location for the Japanese sickle fir has been found, the rapidly growing coniferous tree can give gardeners a lot of pleasure. © ChrWeiss - Fotolia.com Although conifers do not provide flowers and do not attract insects, they are green all year round and provide a lot of shade.
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Lemon basil - plant, care and recipes

With lemon basil, basil and lemon taste meet. Here you will find tips on planting, grooming and delicious recipes. © Iva / stock.adobe.com The lemon basil is also known as the Ocimum Americanum and probably has its origin in East Asia. What is particularly striking is the very strong scent of lemon and the strong aroma of the plant.
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Dandelions - more than just a weed

Dandelions are a thorn in the side of many garden owners. The plant is by no means just a weed. If used correctly, it can relieve symptoms. © alenalihacheva / stock.adobe.com Whether dandelion, blowball or buttercup, the Taraxacum sect. Ruderalia is widespread in this country.
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Liming the lawn: time and instructions

Depending on the nature of the soil, lime can work wonders in lawn care. We explain to you when it makes sense to use lime and when not. © Rosalie P. - Fotolia.com Everyone wants a green, immaculate lawn. If the soil is full of moss and weeds, liming is certainly an option, but it can also have the opposite effect.
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Sage - tips from sowing to harvest

Plant sage right after the ice saints and enjoy its effects against cough, runny nose, hoarseness. Read tips here. Sage - cultivation and effects At the latest when we are struggling with a sore throat, we will resort to soothing sage. Its effect is excellent, which is why it is one of the best-known medicinal herbs.
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Creating a vegetable garden - 7 tips

If you want to harvest plenty in your vegetable garden, you have to do a lot beforehand. My tips make work easier and promise a good yield. © Alexander Raths - Fotolia.com In times when vegetables are becoming increasingly expensive and you cannot be sure whether they are contaminated with pollutants and pesticides, your own vegetable garden is really worth its weight in gold.
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