greenduck's blog

Multiply perennials
© GMH/Christiane Bach

Author: 

greenduck

No other form of reproduction is as simple as division. Through division one gets several vital individual plants that can be re-arranged. Also, rejuvenated plants are healthier and grow more happily.

Autumn anemones
© momosu / pixelio

Author: 

greenduck

Now autumn anemones are available in many varieties and blooming shades. Get them now – this robust fall beauty thrives in humus-rich soil in sunny or partially shaded beds and overwinters without any problems when it waterlogging is prevented.

Water Lily
Susanne Gottschalk / pixelio

Author: 

greenduck

Now is the right time to plant if you want to enjoy the bloom this season.

Lilie
© BBH

Author: 

greenduck

The Lily, Latin name Lilium, belongs to the Liliaceae plant family. This family has more than 100 varieties and is still being developed: there are new varieties with or without pollen, longer vase life and delicate perfumes. What hasn’t changed is that the flower is full of symbolic meaning and is therefore suitable for many occasions.

Boxwood
© greenduck

Author: 

greenduck

All form plants must be cut at least once a year to ensure they maintain the intended shape. The annual drive is regularly cut back so that the surface of the plant will get ever more dense with time and the shape gets perfect.

Author: 

greenduck

The lush peony is the harbinger of summer. It is mainly available for sale in May and June. This makes this flower extra special. Did you know that there are at least a thousand different varieties of peony available, in a range of shapes and colours?

Hydrangea
© BBH

Author: 

greenduck

As soon as late frost becomes a thing of the past, it’s time to plant hydrangeas. To produce a long period of blossoming in hydrangeas, it’s essential to choose the right location.

Lavender
© GMH/Peter Behrens

Author: 

greenduck

Lavender is truly an easy-care plant, but you still need to find the right location for it in your yard: one that’s sunny and protected from the wind, if possible – this last part is particularly important for s

Gerbera
© BBH

Author: 

greenduck

The unscented flower originates from South Africa, Asia, South America and Tasmania and is a member of the composite flower family Asteraceae or Compositae.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - greenduck's blog