Category Archives: autumn

It seems like I always need a gardening project. This summer I finally had the chance to take care of something that has been annoying me for a long time. I fixed a good and natural place to park my car. At the same time I created some exercise equipment for myself. My car has […]

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It’s most certainly one of the dullest times of the year in terms of gardening. The grasses in my new border look a bit interesting and the Nandina domestica still has all it’s leaves, but otherwise, it’s quite dreary and most of time it’s dark! Still, a few weeks ago there were a few highlights, […]

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When my grandmother was my age or perhaps even younger, she doesn’t remember exactly, she planted a larch. I think it’s a Japanese one, Larix kaempferii, but I’m not one hundred percent sure. I’d say it’s something between 12-15 meters high today. Both my grandmother and my grandfather, when he was alive, were quite interested […]

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If it weren’t for the weather I would be quite excited about the new border I’m making. I’m finally going to have a large perennial border that will suit both large perennials and grasses. There will be two passageways through it so there will also be nice spots for smaller and lower plants. There will […]

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Some years ago when we had horrible droughts, I swore I would never complain about rain. I’m not sure I made the distinction “during the summer”, but that was my intention. I didn’t complain about the rain this summer either, it was very nice to see everything grow with such vigor and I’m looking forward […]

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