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Evergreen
© greenduck

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greenduck

All evergreen garden plants such as rhododendrons, boxwood, cherry laurel and coniferous trees are best planted or replanted in late summer.

Heath
© Klaus Steves / pixelio

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greenduck

When the sun shines in particularly warm tones and there is already a hint of autumn in the air, heather plants have their big show. They just belong to the late summer and fall.

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greenduck

Note

- Remove Rose wildlings. They are recognizable by the lighter foliage and should be torn down at the base.

- Fertilize Peonies after bloom with organic or mineral fertilizers for more strengh next year.

Rosen
© Markus Birth / pixelio

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greenduck

When the forsythia bloom, roses are cut. But how? Important is a sharp pair of scissors, which leaves a clean cut. First remove diseased, dead and frostbitten wood.

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