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Leaf ornamental perennials - eye candy for the garden

Leaf ornamental perennials have great leaves If you have a garden, you will do everything to make it look beautiful. Leaf ornamental perennials are a real eye-catcher in the garden. Leaf ornamental perennials have great leaves A garden without herbaceous plants is not a real garden. After all, we want to have beautifully flowering perennials and enjoy them all year round.
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Maintenance

Planting and caring for canna - this is how it's done

Planting and caring for cannas is not that difficult, even if it is a true exotic. We'll tell you how to do it. The canna comes from South America. The canna, which actually comes from South America, is often referred to as the Indian flower tube. Due to constant breeding changes by gardeners, the absolutely impressive looking canna is now even offered in the garden center with differently colored flowers and green or brown-red leaves.
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Home & garden

Keep clematis in the bucket - important planting and care tips presented

Whether large-flowered, late flowering or annual - clematis do not only thrive very well in the garden. If you like, you can easily plant them in a bucket. Clematis in a bucket With its beautiful flowers in different colors, it enchants almost every plant lover: the clematis. However, you can not only let this beautiful climbing plant climb up in the garden, on arbors or on the house wall - you can also plant the clematis wonderfully in a bucket and thus beautify the terrace or balcony.
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Garden Tips

Planting and caring for daisies - this is how it's done

Marguerites are among the classics among balcony and terrace plants. Here are our tips on how to plant and care for daisies. Marguerites are relatively easy to care for In many wildflower meadows, hikers encounter the white marguerite (the so-called meadow marguerite) in summer, which has since been brought up in various subspecies for native herbaceous beds.
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Tips & Tricks

Protect peaches from frost - how it works

In addition to apple tree and cherry tree, no peach tree should be missing in any garden today. Read here how to protect your peach tree from frost in winter. Put a cloth over the peach tree. Peaches are real vitamin bombs. Peaches actually come from the Mediterranean, where they are particularly warm and Mediterranean.
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