Would you like to create a shady spot in your garden? How about if you e.g. build a vine arbor? Here are our tips for building and maintaining it. Natural shade provider: the vine arbor Natural shade provider: the vine arbor Many have a garden shed, gazebo or parasol in their garden, which should provide shade on sunny days.
Roses need a regular cut Roses need a regular cut to look beautiful. Even once blooming roses (climbing roses) need this. And only those who cut, but above all those who cut correctly, will avoid that the roses in the lower area no longer form leaves and become bald.
You don't have to buy plant tonics. You can e.g. also produce comfrey and strengthen the plants with it. Instructions and tips here. Comfrey is a good plant strengthener Unfortunately many gardeners are still not familiar with the comfrey, although it is a very good plant strengthener (fertilizer effect), which makes the plants more resistant to diseases and pests.
Like all other plants, climbing roses must be protected from the cold temperatures in winter. Read here how you should do this. Protect your climbing roses in winter. Protect climbing roses in winter. You would think that you can't go wrong with climbing roses. But this is not the case.
Tagetes helps with roundworms in the garden The so-called roundworms in the garden or also called nematodes always occur when the planting in vegetable patches is overstimulated. If you notice that putrefaction occurs more often or the vegetables or the roots take care of it, it may be because of the roundworms that penetrate the roots and damage the plants.