White Cabbage Varieties: Presentation Of New (F1) And Well-Tried Varieties

White Cabbage Varieties: Presentation Of New (F1) And Well-Tried Varieties

Overview of new and well-tried varieties of white cabbage. These differ mainly in the weight of the cabbage, harvest time and shelf life. The white cabbage is divided into early, medium and late ripening varieties. There are also special varieties for commercial processing that differ from fresh varieties. The numerous types of white cabbage differ…

Compost Worms: Types, Function And Tips For Propagation

Compost Worms: Types, Function And Tips For Propagation

Compost worms help to quickly turn your organic waste into fertile compost. We explain which worms you can buy and multiply for this purpose. Worms have long been popular with children not only with their winding, glittering bodies. They work as useful composters in compost heaps, large composting plants, or private worm boxes. This article…

Growing black cabbage: sowing, care and harvest time

Growing black cabbage: sowing, care and harvest time

Growing black cabbage in your own garden: We present suitable varieties and give tips and tricks from sowing, through care & fertilization, to harvest. Black cabbage is grown mainly in Tuscany. [Photo: Ruud Morijn Photographer / Shutterstock.com] The black cabbage is a special type of cabbage and is often referred to as palm kale (…

Harvesting Sage: All About Drying, Freezing, And Preserving

Harvesting Sage: All About Drying, Freezing, And Preserving

Sage belongs in every herb bed. We show everything about correct harvesting, storage, and other conservation methods. This is how sage is preserved! Harvest sage at the right time The taste of the sage before flowering is best. If the plant develops the buds and flowers, the plant uses a large part of its energy…

Ventilating The Lawn: Advantages And Procedure For Aerating The Lawn?

Ventilating The Lawn: Advantages And Procedure For Aerating The Lawn?

The roots of the lawn are happy to have more air. That is why aerating the lawn – also known as aerating – is essential for a lush green. In addition to fertilizing the lawn, scarifying and sanding the lawn, intensive care also includes aerating the lawn, so-called aeration. In chronological order, ventilation comes after…

Peat Substitutes: 11 Alternatives To Peat In The Ground

Peat Substitutes: 11 Alternatives To Peat In The Ground

Almost all garden soils contain peat. We show what environmentally friendly alternatives there are to replace peat and give tips on peat-free gardening.   Peat replacement is an important issue in climate protection. We explain what properties peat has made so successful in substrates and point out good alternatives. If you are still wondering “What…