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NEW 21.06.2022 Seasonal / Autumn
Autumn maintenance for woody plants with GARDENA StarCut 410 Plus

A healthy garden – one trim at a time

Autumn maintenance for woody plants

Both literally and figuratively, gardeners often have their hands full in autumn. The end of the growing season heralds the best time to cut back woody plants. Pruning rejuvenates hedges, trees, and shrubs, allowing them to spring back with strong growth, plentiful flowers, and dense foliage. However, the open wounds left on branches can be an entry point for rot and fungal diseases. As such, it’s important to ensure a clean cut by using the right pruning tool.

NEW 30.05.2022 Seasonal / Summer
Green garden spaces during dry summer spells

Green garden spaces during dry summer spells

Efficient irrigation to boost gardens, balconies and the microclimate

Summer is here again at last! It is time to head outside to enjoy the warm days and long evenings, perhaps even taking a refreshing dip in cool water. But what is going on in nature at this time of year? Plants are growing and flowers are blooming, but there are often dry spells to worry about on the horizon.

NEW 23.05.2022 Seasonal / Summer
Grow your own fruit and vegetables

Worried about rising fruit and vegetable costs? Grow your own this summer!

It is no secret that supermarket prices have been rising for some time now. And it is not just the cost of vegetable oil that is cause for concern. Fruit and vegetable prices have been steadily rising since 2015, with fruit becoming 19 percent more expensive over the past seven years and vegetable prices going up by 33 percent in the same time frame.1 The past few months have seen prices jump up at an alarming rate, with rising energy prices and higher costs for wages and fertilisers mainly to blame. But it is possible to become less dependent on the supermarkets.
NEW 04.05.2022 Seasonal / Spring
From smart home to smart garden

From smart home to smart garden

Creating gardens of the future with artificial intelligence

Digitalisation and connectivity are on the rise – and fast. Around 51 million households in Europe were smart in 2021. Estimates suggest that figure is set to almost double to 97.2 million by 2025.1 Gardens are not being left out and are evolving with homes.

NEW 20.04.2022 Seasonal / Spring
Natural gardening with GARDENA EcoLine

Colourful gardens for people, wildlife, and climate

How to promote and enjoy biodiversity in the garden

The International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May puts gardens, patios, and balconies in the spotlight. They are an important component of the urban microclimate and make a valuable contribution to biodiversity. People and animals benefit from conscious garden design and plant selection.

NEW 29.03.2022 Seasonal / Spring
GARDENA ClickUp! SolarLamp

Garden life from dawn until dusk

City gardens can be upgraded and accessories added to attract wildlife with a click

Balconies, roof terraces and small courtyard corners can all be transformed into city gardens. All it takes to upgrade these spaces and turn them green is a passion for gardening and plenty of creativity. What an effective way to improve quality of life in the city. If a natural approach to gardening is adopted, green havens can be created for people and wildlife.

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