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Cyclamen persicum
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Submitted by
greenduck

Thanks to new varieties and modern production methods, particularly small and low-growing types of cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) have become great choices for growing outdoors in boxes or containers.



seating arrangements
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Submitted by
greenduck


Your garden can become an extension of your living room. It’s crucial to have comfortable seating arrangements, but a seating area is only as successful as its combination with the plantings around it and its harmony with the rest of the garden. 


Silent Living
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greenduck

After a summer of big skies and many colours, we feel a longing for tranquillity in our decor. We want to have our plants and our decor indoors with us. Silent Living is the theme which offers possibilities for mobility, and to create introverted and extroverted spaces and find tranquillity in them.

wild fruit
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Submitted by
greenduck

It’s birdsong that makes a country breakfast on the balcony or patio truly idyllic. The best way to attract them and other animals is a stand of wild fruit trees. Bearing blossoms in springtime and fruit in summer and fall, they’re lovely to look at and also provide protection and food for native animals. The harvest is for homeowners, too – provided the robins, thrushes, finches, and starlings leave something leftover.


Carnivorous plants
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Submitted by
greenduck

One bite and they’re gone. Carnivorous plants, or carnivores, use their colourful and whimsical appearance to lure spiders and insects. Then they sneakily catch and digest these juicy creatures. The motto of this houseplant? Lovely, ruthless and definitely not for the faint hearted.

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