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PRUNING CLEMATIS

Clematis are deservedly popular, but tend to confuse the amateur pruner. The key is to understand their flowering habit. Year 1 pruning Hoencouragea stronger, more pushy habit, cut back newly wanted clematis to two buds. Year 2 pruning Shorten the … Continue reading

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Aesculus mutabilis ‘Induta’ / miniature horse as a special tree for small gardens.

In a small garden trees are important: a shady spot to have the structure in the winter and the height function. Fortunately there is plenty of options for trees come in all sizes. If you have a small garden, your … 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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Pruning and training roses

One of the all-time favorite plants, popular in many styles of gardens, roses are actually often ill-treated by the gardener, due to a lack of understanding of their needs. There are many different types of roses, as breeders overthe centuries … Continue reading

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PRUNING CLEMATIS

Clematis are deservedly popular, but tend to confuse the amateur pruner.The key is to understand their flowering habit. Year 1 pruning Hoencouragea stronger, more pushy habit, cut back newly wanted clematis to two buds.Year 2 pruning Shorten the growths to … Continue reading

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Pruning and training climbers

Climbing plants pose more pruning problems than shrubs, because in addition to the normal pruning requirements you need to make sure that the climbers grow in the direction you prefer and do not wander oil into the neighbor’s garden or … Continue reading

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