Monthly Archives: November 2010

Cobaea scandens, a slow start, perennial climber

When I lecture on annuals, Cobaea scandens there is always an element from. It is a plant, both in the garden and during lectures often admired. Cobaea scandens is a climber from Central America. Of the total 18 to 20 … Continue reading

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Trees adorn streets, roads and gardens in towns and cities

But where the tree fits in what situation? How high a [Woodland (England)] certain tree species and especially how wide? What special effect is a garden of any kind to do? And is that tree it once, then the question … Continue reading

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Perennials provide color and fragrance garden and balcony

Perennials are essential in any garden concept. The abundance of species and varieties, colors and differences in height growth make it difficult to include a good choice. Not every detail that a typical plant is crucial for use in your … Continue reading

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Netherlands increasingly urbanized

The need for an own space increases. The need for an own space increases. It fits really gardening as an act of deliberate creatively and want. It really fits gardening as an act of deliberate Creatively and rigging. Gardening without … Continue reading

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