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Muehlenbeckia location: Tips for the garden and apartment

With its dense, lush green “forest of leaves”, the Muehlenbeckia is a popular plant for indoors and outdoors. It proves to be quite undemanding and easy to care for. However, when placed in the right location, Muehlenbeckia proves to be less willing to compromise.Video tipTo the pointin the garden: sunny to partially shaded, without direct sunas a houseplant: airy, bright and shaded, slightly cooler in winterloose, fresh and well-drained soil; pH value slightly acidic to neutralHardy Muehlenb...

  • 06-Dec-2023
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Snowball: Tips about the woody plant

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  • 06-Dec-2023
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Ordinary viburnum: plants, care & Co

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  • 05-Dec-2023
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Snowball species and varieties at a glance

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Winter Snowball: Cutting, Planting & Care

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Watering the lemon tree: when, how often and how much?

From an early age, every lemon tree must be optimally supplied with water. Only then will it grow splendidly and soon bear fruit. In this article we will tell you how to properly water the lemon tree.Video tipTo the pointneeds evenly moist soil without waterloggingwater as needed as soon as the top layer of soil has driedoften and a lot in summer, sparingly in winterDo a finger test or use a moisture meterWater preferably in the morning or eveningTable of contentsAvoid dryness and waterloggin...

  • 04-Dec-2023
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Christmas tree in a pot: will it survive?

Many people choose to buy a Christmas tree in a pot so that they can plant it out later. The disappointment is all the greater if he doesn't survive. There are different reasons why this could be.Video tipTo the pointBuy from nurseries in autumnacclimatize slowlya maximum of ten days in warm roomsPlant out in frost-free springshallow-rooted conifers as an alternativeTable of contentsShoppingCare until ChristmasCare in the houseRelocation to the open airCulture in the potAlternatives to firfre...

  • 03-Dec-2023
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Yellow Leaves on Basil: Causes & Solutions

Basil was already used as a seasoning in ancient Greece. Its popularity is unbroken. In many kitchens there is a pot with the herb on the windowsill. But what causes yellow leaves to suddenly appear on basil?Video tipTo the pointCare errors are a common cause of yellow leavesIncorrect location may be the cause of yellowingHerbs cannot cope well with changes in locationPlastic packaging causes rot and discolorationlittle light and cold dangerousTable of contentsLocation factorsWhat causes yell...

  • 30-Nov-2023
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Repotting a lucky feather: this is what you should keep in mind

The lucky feather is a popular plant because it requires little care. Depending on the location, it needs to be repotted after one to three years because the pot then becomes too small.Video tipTo the pointrepot in springChoose a permeable substrateDo not use a pot that is too largeCheck roots for damageremove damaged rootsTable of contentstimeSubstratePot sizeLucky Feather Repottingfrequently asked QuestionstimeWhen is it time? Lucky Feather(Zamioculcas) The plant itself indicates whether to...

  • 26-Nov-2023
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Grave planting: 26 evergreen ground cover plants for the grave

Evergreen ground cover plants offer the ideal solution for grave planting because they all year round Look decorative, require little maintenance and make a grave look well-kept even in winter. A winter-hardy planting also saves the costs of new plants and therefore a lot of time. The range of ground cover plants is extensive, but some species/varieties are particularly suitable for planting at the grave, which stand out for their low maintenance and robustness.Video tipTable of contentsGroun...

  • 24-Nov-2023
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