A nice summer vacation doesn't always have to be far away. You can also have a wonderful time in your own garden.
Did you know that you can protect plants naturally with herbal preparations? Read on to find out more.
Watering, cutting back, harvesting - exclusive tips from the author and nature gardener Angelika Ertl on what to do in the garden in the summer month of July.
It can be a chore to keep your houseplants optimally watered all the time. Hydroponics and planters with clay granules or water reservoirs are options that can make it easier.
Who hasn't seen them, a line of ants marching across the garden? These busy little creatures are anything but pests because they take on numerous important tasks in the garden. Nonetheless, they can also be a nuisance. Find out more here.
A beautiful garden doesn't have to involve a lot of work. There are also solutions for people who prefer to relax in the garden rather than work. Read more here.
Keeping busy in the garden is fun - especially for children. Gardening helps children learn a lot about nature and it also strengthens their immune system. Find out how you can make gardening interesting and enjoyable for your children!
The commercial cut flower industry has a heavy impact on the environment. Slow Flowers are an alternative, but cut flowers from your own garden are even better. Read more here.
Fresh cut flowers are enchanting with their irresistible beauty. They add a special flair to every room, alone or in lovingly composed bouquets. Find out how you can grow your own cut flowers on your balcony. Let's go!
As soon as the first signs of spring appear, one can't help but start daydreaming about gardening! Find out what kind of plants you can start planting!
In raised beds you can grow winter vegetables thanks to the heat generated in them. Read more here.
So that your lawn is vital, lush and green and has few weeds, you have to water it regularly. However, this is not as easy as initially thought. Read more here.