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Creating a pretty flowerbed – 6 helpful tips for hobby gardeners

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This summer you don’t need to worry about your garden, whether you have a green thumb or not. With the following tips we will guess how to make a pretty Create a flowerbed You can create the garden paradise for yourself.

1. Laying out the flowerbed – the planning

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Before your pretty flower bed you should do a little research and plan well. Since you certainly want to enjoy all flowers, sunflowers, for example, shouldn’t obstruct the pansies. Therefore, plant the taller flowers in the back of the bed and the smaller ones in the front. Also, divide the flowers into groups based on their color. Be creative!

2. Creating a flowerbed – choose the right place 

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The place where you get that Create a flowerbed should be chosen just as carefully as the location of the flowers themselves in the bed. Depending on whether the bed is in the sun all day or whether there is shade through trees or the roof, you should choose the right flowers. Not all plants like to be in the sun all day. Also, don’t overcrowd the bed and leave enough space between the flowers for them to grow. When buying the flowers, find out about your preferences in terms of water, sunlight and space.

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3. Mix up the flowers for your pretty flowerbed

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You can be a pretty one Create a flowerbed, by mixing the flowers. Dare to mix perennial with annual flowers. The perennials come back to your garden every year. They usually bloom in spring and summer and hibernate, so to speak, in winter. They are a great way to spice up your garden without requiring a lot of maintenance. Annual flowers, on the other hand, only bloom for one season and must be replanted every year. But they are usually the most colorful and can make your pretty garden even happier. Do you dare!

4. Create a pretty flowerbed – fertilizers

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Every living being needs food to grow. Your flowers and plants are no exception. So fertilize your garden and flowerbed with a natural fertilizer such as manure, which you can find in your garden center for little money. But if it smells too bad, you can also make your own fertilizer from banana or egg shells or coffee grounds.

5. Make use of the walls

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Your garden is not limited to just the ground. You can also use the walls and let climbing plants grow along pretty trellises. You can also beautify bare corners in this way. You can even build beautiful trellises yourself for little money.

6. Decorate your pretty flowerbed additionally

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We spend a lot of time and effort decorating our home. So why not decorate the garden too? To add extra accents to your flower bed, you’re not limited to just the familiar pink flamingos for the lawn. Many shops and garden centers offer interesting decorations, including those made of welded copper, various pretty decorative stones and bird feathers that you can use to make your garden something special.

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