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Autumn planted wood trug
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FloralDesign Edition

Sparkling Nature's Spectacle
Decoration for an elongated table in rustic surrounding (garden, barn, half-timbered house, old guesthouse, or similar)

Flower Bulbs
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greenduck

It’s one of those little natural wonders, the blossoming of daffodils, tulips, and other flowering bulbs, the way they magically spring from the ground and herald fresh joy in the garden.

Alstroemeria
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greenduck

The Alstroemeria stands out because of its twisted leaves and beautiful, brightly coloured flowers. It symbolises friendship and is therefore the perfect gift to give to your best friends. Especially when you know how long the flowers are lasting.

Daffodils
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greenduck

To get lush flowers grow from inconspicuous bulbs next spring, you have to put them in the ground within the next few weeks. Most spring bulbs such as tulips, crocus and daffodils are easy to maintain and remain at the same location where they spread by means of daughter bulbs creating a larger carpets of flowers each year.

Hortensia
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greenduck

Almost all varieties of Hydrangea (except climbing Hydrangea and H. quercifolia) can readily be multiplied in summer. Young, non-woody shoot tips with no flower buds are best suitable.

wisteria
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greenduck

The Wisteria likes spreading in all directions. If you set no limits, it grows extremely large. This growth is at the expense of flowering. Get a handle on the tremendous growth of the wisteria by cutting it twice over the summer.

Dahlias
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greenduck

If you have not planted Dahlia tubers in spring - now lush flowering varieties are available at the store.

Herbs
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greenduck

Would you like to stock herbs for the winter? Just before or during flowering herbs include most flavor.

Tomatoes
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greenduck

Both peppers and tomatoes have high requirements for water and nutrients. The soil must stay consistently, slightly moist. As a basic principle, you should always water these vegetables in the early morning or during the evening hours.

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