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Houseplants

Remove red clover from the lawn - Here's how it works

As you know, anyone who finds a four-leaf clover is lucky. Red clover in the lawn, however, annoys many gardeners. We will explain how to get rid of it. © Ruud Morijn / stock.adobe.com As children, we enthusiastically started looking for four-leaf clovers (also known as lucky clovers).
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Climbing plants

Growing picking lettuce - how it works

Do you like to eat salad? Then grow picking salad, because you can harvest it several times a year. You can find out everything about growing here. Picking lettuce can be harvested several times a year. The advantages of fresh picking salads are clearly that they thrive in the field and in the balcony box, grow extremely quickly and can therefore be harvested (picked) several times during the season.
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Herbs

Hibernate container plants - how it's done!

So that container plants can hibernate, you should slowly but surely bring them indoors. However, there are a number of things to consider during subsequent storage. Container plants have to be stored in different container plants that like it dark. First of all, we would like to introduce to you the most common plants that like it dark, which therefore hardly need any water and can therefore wait for spring in the cellar or in the shed.
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Pond plants

Wintering azaleas - This is how it's done

Indoor azaleas are considered annual plants that are disposed of immediately after flowering. Garden azaleas, however, are preserved. But why is it like that? Can't you overwinter the azalea from the house? We tell you. Basically, you need to know that the azalea's heyday falls in autumn and winter.
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Plant diseases

Detect, combat and prevent powdery mildew

Powdery mildew looks unattractive and can cause enormous damage to the infected plant. In the case of mildew, act quickly and prevent! © tinadefortunata - Fotolia.com A whitish coating on the leaves? The leaves curl up and the plant no longer grows as usual? Then it can be mildew.
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