Simple reminder as to what needs to be done in your garden.

When is the right date for your gardening activities!

When should I plant which plant, so that it blooms in time? In which months does my lawn need special care? Which care the garden needs during the winter time? Don't ask any longer – The answers you will find on the WOLF-Garten calendar.

January

Just under snow and ice lurk some hazards for your garden. DEALING WITH ICE AND SNOW

February

If the cold is too severe the leaves or even the shoots discolour and die quickly. For that reason, cut away all dead twigs and foliage so that the plants can produce shoots again there. REMOVING FROST DAMAGE

March

Spend some time regularly in your garden from March onwards and you will be rewarded the whole year. Preparing the soil

April

Experienced lawn enthusiasts swear by the cleaning action of scarification. In any case there is no better way to get rid of thatch from the remnants of dead plants and grass cuttings as well as moss and shallow-rooted weeds. Scarifying in the spring

May

Creating a good-looking, dense, deep green lawn is a science in itself. We will spare a course of study in "Creating a new lawn" by giving you here all the important information to that your dream lawn will succeed. Create a new lawn

June

Climbing plants grow especially strongly in the early months - and above all, where they will. This can quickly produce a small jungle in your garden. Training climbing plants

July

The lawn is generally the centrepiece on which life in the garden mainly takes place. A few regular actions ensure that your lawn will remain good-looking all summer long. Caring for lawns

August

It does not help much to use the watering can little but often, instead it is better to water less often but more thoroughly so that the water seeps in and the roots grow deep. Watering generously

September

Once it is no longer so hot and it rains more, that is the ideal time to divide and plant out your bushes and shrubs. Dividing bushes and shrubs

October

Brightly coloured autumn foliage looks picturesque on your lawn. Unfortunately, it robs the grass of the light that it urgently needs. The results are less colourful: bald patches and the risk of fungal infections. Removing leaves from your lawn

November

Make your garden look nice once again before the winter comes. Separate overhanging grass from the edge with the lawn edging spade and remove the narrow piece of lawn with a spade. Cutting lawn edges

December

While snow and ice cover your garden, you can use the quiet time in winter to maintain and clean up lawnmowers, shears and cordless tools for the coming garden season. Cleaning and storing tools for the winter

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