Planting Adoni florets is actually a piece of cake. There is only a lot to consider when it comes to subsequent care. Just a few years ago, it was not uncommon to encounter the Adonis floret (Adonis vernalis) in Europe even in the wild. In our latitudes, however, this is hardly the case today.
As beautiful as a winter garden, it can quickly become uncomfortable in winter and summer. Not, however, if you provide heat and cold protection. Conservatory with insulating film on the window panes Conservatories are a really nice thing, because in them we can sit protected from the weather in spring and watch nature slowly awaken from hibernation.
Every plant has different demands on the soil. Some like it very acidic, others more neutral. The more you know about the nature of the soil, the more specifically you can choose the plants for it. After all, the optimal soil is crucial for a splendid growth with a rich bloom.
Lychees taste juicy and sweet and refine many Asian dishes. But delicious drinks can also be made from it. For example, (ice) tea. Lychee tea tastes both warm and cold. Lychees have long been a household name not only for fans of Asian cuisine. The fruits from China and Thailand with the reddish spiked skin and the white, sweet and sour meat can be found both in cans and fresh in many supermarkets.
Avocados contain a lot of fat, but they are very healthy. So eat them more often. How about e.g. with a delicious avocado soup? An avocado soup is quick to prepare. You hear time and again that avocados contain a lot of fat. Accordingly, most people shy away and prefer to leave them on the vegetable shelf.
If a kiwi plant blooms but does not produce fruit, there can be several reasons. We help you to find out the reason. Always check the flowers Now you've bought a beautiful kiwi plant that has grown older and is blooming beautifully, and yet the fruits are missing?
Even if the breath smells strongly after eating: Garlic is healthy and tastes good. If you can't get enough of it, we'll tell you how to increase it. Garlic can be propagated via the toes Garlic is used in almost every kitchen in the world. No wonder, because on the one hand the vegetables or
Laurel bushes can be found in almost every garden these days. No wonder, because they look good, are easy to care for and easy to multiply. You have 4 options. You have several options for multiplication If you want to multiply laurel bushes, you need a lot of patience.
The gardening season is slowly but surely coming to an end. And although winter is within reach, there is still a lot to do in the garden. So the garden pond must also be made winterproof. Since I am also the proud owner of a pond this year, I looked for instructions that briefly summarized all the important points.
Spinach loses its green color and many vitamins when cooked. To prevent this from happening, it should be blanched briefly beforehand. Read here how it works. Spinach is absolutely delicious and very popular as a side dish with young and old. However, it does not always have to be the pureed creamed spinach from the frozen food department, even when freshly cooked, the spinach is an absolute taste experience.
Multiplying peonies by seeds is not for impatient gardeners. If you still want to try it out, you will find instructions here. To multiply peonies by seeds is a test of patience. It is certainly not particularly difficult to extract peonies from seeds and thus to multiply.
Most people only know coriander from the spice rack. You can plant the spice yourself without much effort. Here you can find out how coriander is properly fertilized. Coriander is an integral part of Asian cuisine. The green herb is used as a bread spice or in gingerbread.
With a delicious steak, pickled vegetables taste particularly delicious. Have you ever put onions yourself? Simply delicious. Here is a simple guide. Basically, you can pickle any kind of onion sourly, it is of course particularly easy with the small pearl onions, since you do not have to cut them into pieces.
Chestnuts are an integral part of the pre-Christmas season. Most people know the nuts from the Christmas market, where you can get them freshly roasted in small bags. The enjoyment is not limited to the Christmas market. Fresh chestnuts are available in many supermarkets from autumn.
Not long, then we can probably expect the first snow. Whether I am happy about it or not is an open question. In any case, our fireplace will be heated up again regularly. The problem with us is that the wood rent is quite a distance from the house. When the first 20 centimeters of snow are lying, Schnick Schnack Schnuck is used to select who can boot through the snow to get wood.
If the beetroot crop turns out to be more productive than expected, it is good to know how to make it last. We present three options here. Beetroot is long-lasting by nature There are not many fans of beetroot, but those who like it love to make fries, chips or a delicious beetroot bread.
Did guests unexpectedly announce themselves? Then of course you have to get a cake quickly. How about e.g. with a kiwi quark cake? You don't even have to bake them. Strawberries add a splash of color The next birthday is coming and you just don't know which cake to bake?
Whether for a special garden party or just for that - lanterns are often hanged on trees, bushes and house facades in summer to create a cozy atmosphere. The 08/15 paper lanterns are not for everyone. They are available in many different colors and sometimes with patterns, but somehow they lack that certain something, I think.
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Do you like to eat peppers? Then you will love these recipes, because you can quickly and easily conjure up a delicious paprika soup from the pods. Pepper soup tastes simply delicious. Whether steamed, fried, grilled or even raw - peppers are delicious and also contain many healthy nutrients.
At the end of June the time has finally come. Then you can multiply your camellias by cuttings. But be careful: there are a few important things to consider. Camellias can be easily propagated through cuttings Camellias belong to the tea plant family and are originally native to the East Asian region.