The days are slowly getting longer, the desire for gardening increases. In February you can prepare your garden and plants for spring.
In January there is less to do in the garden. Use the time and prepare your garden or balcony already for the approaching spring.
In December, there is more work in the garden than you might think. We explain how to prepare your garden and plants for the winter.
Do you want to create a garden patio or replace the flooring? Read our overview with many tips for balcony, garden and terrace.
In November, it's high time to prepare your garden and plants for the coming winter season. We explain step by step how.
In the golden October, enjoy your garden and prepare all the plants for the winter. Read everything about October's gardening.
You can harvest a lot in September and should slowly but surely prepare your garden for the cold season and the next spring.
In hot August, the main thing is to provide all the plants with enough water. But there is more work to do in the garden and on the balcony.
In July you can harvest or enjoy many things that you planted and sowed in spring. But there is also a lot of work in the garden.
June is high season in the garden. There is a lot to sow, plant, tend and harvest. Read in the garden calendar what gardening tasks are due now.
Are you moving with your cat or is a cat joining the family? We have compiled what you should know about outdoor cats and cat flaps.
Birds are chirping, the first flowers are blooming, the scent of lilacs is in the air. Now you should prepare your garden or balcony for summer.
In March, nature slowly but surely awakens from hibernation. Now it is time to prepare the garden and balcony for the summer half-year.
Blinds (or awnings) last on average 10-15 years. We have researched for you what models are available and how much they cost.
Tomatoes from your own garden taste better. Thanks to urban gardening, it doesn't take much: a little space, sun, the right plants and water.
With a rain- and wind-protected terrace, a romantic pergola or a (partially) glazed balcony, you can spend more time outside.
A beautiful garden is a joy. But not everyone enjoys work in the garden. A Smart Gardening System keeps your garden in good shape with little effort.
Humans need the sun. But too much of it is harmful. That's why we present the most common sun protection solutions for indoors and outdoors.
Are you staying at home during the summer holidays? We show you how to protect yourself from the sun in the garden, on the balcony or on the terrace.
Anyone who cooks needs herbs. Popular kitchen herbs such as basil, parsley or rosemary can be planted and grown yourself instead of buying them.