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Tips & Tricks

Garden in September - tasks you should do

Is it getting quieter in the garden from September? Wrong! September is particularly labor intensive. You can find out what there is to do here. If you think that a gardening season is limited to the months of May to August, you are wrong. Of course, this is the main time when the plants start to grow, bloom and bear fruit, but if you take it seriously, there is something to do in the garden all year round.
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Instructions

Poisonous plants for cats

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. Cats like to chew on a variety of plants. However, not all of these plants can be considered safe for cats.
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Ideas & inspiration

Plumikose - Cultivation & care of the delicious mixed fruit

Now you are probably wondering what plumicosis is. Very simple: a cross between plum and apricot that tastes great. Read here how this is grown. Plumikose: cross between plum and apricot Recently we have been supplied with mixed fruit plants (e.g. white pineapple strawberries, star apple) from gardening stores, which reveal very special taste experiences to us.
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Instructions

Plants for the bathroom - 5 plants

The lucky plant looks particularly beautiful. The bathroom is a room where there is often a high level of humidity. Which plants are therefore suitable for the bathroom? Spice up the bathroom If you want to spice up your bathroom with some plants, there are many different options here.
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Decoration

Fertilize roses - when and with what?

Roses are far less demanding in the “fertilizer” area than many gardeners think. We will inform you about when and with what they should be fertilized. Roses are not demanding Fertilizing is also part of proper care for roses. Even if the noble roses are quite undemanding, it is important year after year that you administer the individual fertilizer doses correctly so that the flowers can bloom in full splendor.
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Home & garden

Wintering dahlias - This is how it's done

Anyone who forgets them in the garden will not enjoy them next year: since dahlias are not frost-resistant, the tubers must be dug out and hibernated. Dahlias come in countless colors and shapes. They come in a wide variety of shapes and colors: However, if you don't think about your dahlias and don't overwinter them properly, you have to expect that the tubers will not come through the winter and freeze to death (reading tip: Care and planting time of dahlias).
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