Roses are popular with most hobby gardeners. If you want to enjoy the beautiful flowers every year, don't forget to winterize your roses in the cold season. This also includes piling up the roses - a job that is often forgotten. In this video, Jörg Schneider from the Schneider garden nursery in Berlin Kladow explains why piling is so important and, above all, how to do it.
Carnations actually multiply on their own. However, if you want to help, there are two different options. Basically, the carnation (Lychnis) does not need any support for the propagation. The plants sow themselves diligently. This leads to remarkable plant carpets within a very short period of time, provided that you do not prune faded stems in time.
The golden loosestrife is a splendor in the garden. He loves a moist and sunny place. All information about care and more here. The loosestrife (Lysimachia) brings color to every corner of the garden - especially where the soil is rather damp. Around 180 Lysimachia species are known.
Birds also need water to drink and to clean themselves in winter. As long as it is not freezing outside, the birds will always find a small place. But if the temperatures drop below zero, it will be difficult for them too. Now we humans are asked. If you have already set up a feeding place, you should add a small bird bath.
The pimp nut is a real rarity in Germany. It is very nice to look at and also extremely robust - provided the care is right. Pimpernut (Staphylea pinnata) is undoubtedly one of the most attractive representatives of the domestic ornamental trees.
Halloween is approaching and probably the last pumpkins are still being carved in many households. But where to put the pumpkin meat? On the one hand, you could of course conjure up a delicious soup, but how about something completely different? How about a pumpkin bread? In this video, no classic pumpkin bread is baked with pumpkin seeds, but rather pre-made mus is placed in a yeast dough and then baked.