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Plants don’t need suntan lotion
Don’t forget the sunscreen ... is the recommendation when we sunbathe. But while we have to rub on creams to protect us from the sun's rays, there are other living things in the garden that thrive in the scorching summer sun
Grow your own pizza
Create the ultimate summer fun on the patio with home-made pizza made with home-grown vegetables. It just couldn’t be better!
Get into shape with gardening
After a brisk jog, you need to get your heart rate back down. The garden provides a nice relaxing intermediate stop, where you can do some stretching exercises and get your breath back while plucking weeds from among the summer flowers
New plant acquaintances in the garden
The season for planting out is just around the corner, and there are many interesting plants for consumers who are looking for new items to complement the well-known classics
Mobile chat weeding makes gardening more fun
Plants and friendships have a lot in common – they both need to be cultivated and tended. So why not kill two birds with one stone, and combine friendly chat with gardening?
Edible summer on the terrace
Create your own edible universe with fragrant, crunchy-crisp herbs from the garden, and get the taste and experience right up close
A sensory universe for children in the garden
Create some drama in the garden beds
Drama is more than just suspense-packed action movies at a breathtaking pace. The garden is the perfect place to present exciting sequences of perennials, with colours and shapes that will put a little pep in your garden in both summer and winter
Quick floral decorations for garden parties
Midsummer is a wonderful time. The evenings are bright and warm, and the garden is the ideal place for a pleasant get-together with family and friends. A quick and easy table decoration with flowers and natural materials from the garden will add the finishing touch, and it only takes a minute.
Wave goodbye to your summer plants – with a clear conscience
There are plenty of both indoor and outdoor plants which thrive very well with a minimum of care. Many of these plants are relevant in the holiday season, but with a little common sense and some old household remedies, you can go on holiday with a clear conscience.
Mediterranean atmosphere on the terrace
When you are longing for sunshine and warmth, the weeks leading up to your summer holidays can feel like years. But why just enjoy the week or two you are away, when you could extend the experience of your holiday both before and afterwards, with plants on your terrace?
African daisies are a hit
Osteospermum, also known as the African or cape daisy, is one of the most widespread cultures grown by Danish horticulturalists