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A Garden for Life
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Source of relaxation and adventure playground, a spot for free-time activities and meeting point for companionable hours: a garden can be many things and it can change its face again and again, over the course of years, to suite the life stages of its users. The corresponding demands on garden design can also vary widely.

Rock_cress_and_Saxifrage
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Groundcovering perennials such as saxifrage and rock cress/aubretia are a good choice for stony surfaces and walls. But in beds, too, their delicate blossoms will spread over the years into a soft carpet, giving gardening enthusiasts a lot of joy without much effort.



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On 20 March 2015, Keukenhof will be opening its gates for the 66th time. When it closes eight weeks later, some 800,000 visitors from across the world will have visited the international flower exhibition.

VisuSpectrum
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The Software VisuSpectrum in combination with a RAM DALI-Bridge and the LED production module III of the company DH Licht enables you to illuminate your plants for production or research with a variable spectrum.

Maple
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Gardeners who wish to combine native and exotic species of woody plants are well advised to preserve an array of existing varieties typical for their region; unusual plants can then be used judiciously to create compelling accents. There are always plants that will easily adapt to being relocated, whether it's within your own yard or from across the globe. Nurseries offer a wide selection of trees and shrubs from all over that are sought after for their unique traits. These are the varieties that not only adapt well to a new climate, but will even thrive alongside current climatic changes.

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