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Rakes unlike rakes

Rakes unlike rakes

The whole thing seems pretty obvious, rakes are just rakes and they are used to... rake. However, the market offers few types of the tool. Here you will find a guideline how to choose the right specific tool for the job. But why? So you can do the job quickly and without excessive effort. Let's start with getting to know raking itself. In other words, it is pulling plant residues out of soil, taking out stones, levelling the substrate, or even aerating a lawn (by removing organic residues and moving the topmost soil surface), collecting leaves and fruits, doing ground works, maintenance tasks at flowerbeds and lawns. The tool versatility is just vast. Rakes take part in most garden maintenance works, nearly whole year round.
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What you need to know about planting thujas! 6 basic steps

What you need to know about planting thujas! 6 basic steps

Thujas, a genus of coniferous trees, belong to the most popular plants in the country. They are very resilient plants, very resistant to soil conditions and carelessness in maintenance.
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Evergreens, the last cuts and shaping hedges

Evergreens, the last cuts and shaping hedges

At last we are into eagerly awaited holiday time, but it does not mean we can take a long time off from garden works. This is a busy time for cutting and shaping evergreens. These actions must be done several times during growing season. However, you must remember that certain species like buxus need more time before winter comes to lignify young sprouts (that emerge after cutting), so mid-July is the last moment for shaping slowly growing species.
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Summer spraying

Summer spraying

The season is well developed. Higher temperatures tempt us to spend more time outdoors in our gardens. Apparently, everything looks very fine, but the nature grows equally: apart from thick greenery, the yearly adventure begins also for various sorts of insects. We are unlucky that many of them are dangerous to our plants.
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