Category: Design of the garden

The garden in December - there is always something to do

The garden in December - there is always something to do

There's something to do the whole garden year, including in December. According to the garden calendar, turf, trees and beds now get the finishing touches. Kale and Brussels sprouts harvest There's still plenty to harvest in winter and december, because some types of vegetables thrive best in cold weather, others should be exposed to frost even before harvesting.

The Garden in December: Natural Decoration in Advent

The Garden in December: Natural Decoration in Advent

Life now usually takes place in the house. Reason enough to bring fresh green for the Christmas decoration. There is still work to be done in the garden. In the great outdoors you can find all the splendor that makes for an atmospheric, fragrant Christmas ornaments: leaves, twigs, ivy, moss, cones, nuts, berries in all colors - who likes wreaths or arrangements, now has the free range and can realize his craft ideas.

The garden in July: already thinking of the coming year

The garden in July: already thinking of the coming year

In mid-summer, the fruit harvest is in full swing. Now is the perfect time to sow perennial flowers for the following year. In July, there are plenty of sweet fruits to snack on, including raspberries, cherries and late strawberries. Also different herbs and potato varieties are so far - fresh from their own cultivation, they taste best, of course.

The Garden in March: Initiating Spring

The Garden in March: Initiating Spring

Officially begins spring is not until March 20, but warmer days and early, delicate blossoms bring the garden to new life. If the hobby gardener itches in the blue sky and the first rays of the sun in his fingers, that is an unerring Signs: gloves on, spades sharpened, there is much to do. After the winter, the plants need above all light, air and fresh nutrients to thrive.

The garden in November: final spurt before winter

The garden in November: final spurt before winter

The year is coming to an end in a hurry, there is a lot to do in the garden. Top priority: Winter protection for all non-hardy plants. Even the more robust potted plants will now have a place in the house or winter garden. When the fall brings a lot of rain, especially wet-sensitive ornamental grasses suffer.

The Garden in September: Autumn Knocks Quietly

The Garden in September: Autumn Knocks Quietly

Late summer is slowly giving way, even though it usually gives us warm days in September. There is a lot of work for hobby gardeners. The fruit harvest is in high season: apples, pears and late plums ripen almost simultaneously. Rotting fruits - whether on the tree or as fall fruit - are potential sources of disease, so get away quickly!

The rock garden - stones and plants as an eye-catcher in the garden

The rock garden - stones and plants as an eye-catcher in the garden

A hillside, lots of stones and gravel as well Many plants provide an alpine flair in the garden. Rock gardens are beautiful to look at and are extremely popular in landscaping. A slope forms the basis for the garden. Above all, natural stones give the rock garden a romantic atmosphere and at the same time store the sun's heat.

The Best Ideas for Grave Design

The Best Ideas for Grave Design

With the right ideas, a grave becomes an appealing, dignified and peaceful piece of earth. There are many possibilities for grave design. Grave lights as visual highlights Grave lights can significantly enhance the funeral design. Who does not reach for cheap one-time lights, can create a nice ambience with grave lights.

The best natural stones for walls

The best natural stones for walls

Natural stone masonry is more elaborate and expensive than concrete and brick walls. However, they have much more charm and are very durable. Sandstone for Dry Walls Sandstone dry stone walls are an asset to the garden, not only visually, but also ecologically. They are suitable as a support for slopes, as bedding border or terrace border, to the department of individual garden areas or as a property boundary.

The biggest errors in gardening

The biggest errors in gardening

Care mistakes ruin some gardening. Anyone who misses the biggest mistakes can look forward to healthy plants and nice neighbors. Error 1: Moving outside - no problem Over-wintered plants are allowed to return to the open air after the last frost. But not so fast! To protect the plants from damage, do not place them immediately in direct sunlight.