Balcony/Terrace

Roses, Hydrangea, Margerites
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greenduck

While many people think of potted plants as something you have on a window-sill, garden expert Claus Dalby talks about how he uses potted plants outdoors, and combines them to create small still life tableaux.

Herbs
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greenduck

Schaffen Sie sich Ihr eigenes essbares Universum mit duftenden, knackig frischen Gewürzkräutern aus dem Garten und lassen Sie sich das Geschmackserlebnis auf der Zunge zergehen.

Der direkte und einfache Zugang zu essbaren Pflanzen, von denen zu Hause im Garten oder auf der Terrasse schnell etwas abgepflückt werden kann, ist für den modernen Verbraucher von großer Bedeutung. Denn es geht um bewusstes Leben und Erleben.



Passiflora
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greenduck

Passiflora caerulea is a lovely houseplant in romantic rose and bluish mauve colours that not only brings life to the spring indoors but also creates an atmosphere of Mediterranean life on the patio throughout the summer.

Narzissus
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greenduck

Houseplant for the month of February 2016: Pot narcissi are a fabulous harbinger of spring which can give great pleasure if the plant is cared for properly.

Cyclamen persicum
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greenduck

Thanks to new varieties and modern production methods, particularly small and low-growing types of cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) have become great choices for growing outdoors in boxes or containers.



Late summer
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greenduck

Is summer over, or is now the time for us to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere and subdued colour play of late summer? If you are ready to renew your plants in the pot garden and enjoy late summer to the fullest, you are clearly one of those who can still look forward to many pleasures on the terrace and garden in August and September.

culinary treats, arrangement of herbs
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greenduck



Impress your hosts with an original gift that’s both lovely and practical. Culinary treats are all the rage. A sweet arrangement of herbs, edible plants, and bedding or container flowers in a basket is a personalized gift that will last.

Hydrangea
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Submitted by
greenduck

Hydrangea is a garden classic that offers so many options from ground cover all the way through to trees – yes really! There is also a wide range of flower types offering a choice of styles to suit every situation. But why hydrangea is such a global favourite, is the fact that success is (virtually) guaranteed.

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