Gardening is one of...
Sevengardens is the global...
Gardening is one of the most peaceful activities which allows you to have some time for yourself. There are many different flowers in your garden,...
Sevengardens is the global network initiative of the non-profit association atavus eV. Thebasis of sevengardens work are dye gardens. Upscale living mag, can provide you...
Gardening is one of the most peaceful activities which allows you to have some time for yourself. There are many...
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Gardening is one of the most peaceful activities which allows you to have some time for yourself. There are many different flowers in your garden, and it is not easy to make sure that they boom. Here are some ways you can make sure that your plants bloom.
Use rich soil
Soil is the light and rich in compost and manure, which is the best way to provide the right nutrients to help the plant grow. A soil which is rich in organic matter is enough to encourage bacterial activities which promotes soil fertility. It is important that you keep adding soil and compost to the soil to keep the soil healthy.
It is seen that most plants have a better chance at flowering if the faded blooms are plucked out of them. Having a wilted bloom will have the same impact on the plants, which allows them to receive more nutrients. Also, wilted flowers will waste the energy of the sap and can attract pests. Also, by cutting off the spent flowers, you will prevent the plant from seeding.
Fertlise the plants
Provide more sun
Light is essential for the plants’ growth and direct sunlight for several hours can make sure that you have the right help, which can allow it to flower. Shade-loving plants tend to reduce the number of flowers when they are exposed to the sun. In order to learn more about the importance of the sun to your flower, click to get info.
Nurse the roots
If you want to have a healthy plant, make sure that you have the right knowledge of nursing the roots. Try to make sure that the plants can absorb the nutrients and water from the soil. You can dig the soil and make sure not to damage the roots, and it make take a lot of time for the plant to recover or it may even die.
Plants growing in a mulched soil is usually more vigorous and are less prone to any form of pests and disease and dies.
Do moderate watering
This is one place that most people take the water wrong. Moderate watering tends to favour the plant, but when you water the plant excessively, it tends to develop foliage but with no flowering. Also, lack of water can make your plant drop and never return similarly excess water can also the development of the plant, especially during the flowering season.
Sevengardens is the global network initiative of the non-profit association atavus eV.
Thebasis of sevengardens work are dye gardens. Upscale living mag, can provide you with essential information about dye gardens. Obtaining natural colors from dye plants is the starting point for a low-threshold participation model. Sevengardens also initiates a variety of projects, particularly in the areas of education for sustainable development, biodiversity conservation and promotion of local economic cycles.
Also at this year’s Creativa, Europe’s largest trade fair for creative design, sevengardens is represented with its own stand. From March 19 to 23, 2014, visitors to the Westfalenhallen Dortmund exhibition center (Hall 4, Stand: 4.D08) can discover the world of natural vegetable colors and learn more about the sevengardens network initiative.
Already during the first Sevengardens presence at Creativa last year, the topics of natural colors and dye plants met with great visitor interest. Once again this year, visitors to the sevengardens stand can look forward to many practical applications. And they can buy the first ingredients there straight away to try their hand at making colors.
In the presence of the Bundestag MP Sylvia Jörrißen (CDU), the mayor of the city of Hamm. Monika Simshäuser and numerous members of the Generationengarten eV interest group were presented with the first chairman Dieter Leder by the Mayor Thomas Hunsteger Petermann during a ceremony in the Maximilianpark in the city of Hamm’s environmental award 2016.
In the laudation, the special commitment to creating a dyeing garden in the generation garden was emphasized.
In the generation garden, the production of natural colors is carried out by students of all
ages and residents of a senior citizen. It is a cross-generational project for sustainable work with natural raw materials. At the same time, an old art of coloring and painting is revived.
The environmental award is an incentive for us as a community of interests and operator of the garden to further develop the project.
The sevengardens team would like to endorse this praise. The actions of Dieter Leder and his group already radiate to Peru. The Ruhr area is known for its civic engagement and informal power that works in the allotments. sevengardens_Hamm is best practice for this and encourages copying.
The United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies ( UNU-IAS ) has “make metropolis” “sevengardens” was awarded the “Regional Center of Expertise” (RCE) by the UN World Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (GNI) after an extensive application.
As one of 129 RCE’s worldwide , the new “RCE-Ruhr” will, together with its numerous network partners, coordinate the diverse ESD activities in the Ruhr Metropolitan Region. The very successful bottom-up or civil society approach of “Make Metropolis” will be used | “sevengardens” pursued further.
Central topics of the RCE-Ruhr include cooperation with and the promotion of exchange between the partners of formal, non-formal and informal education as well as the promotion of a stronger public awareness of the contents of education for sustainable development and global learning with regard to Environmental protection, social justice and improving quality of life.
More about the activities of the RCE-Ruhr and about the actors involved soon at www.rce-ruhr.org or by e- mail to info (at) rce-ruhr.org.
Now the time has come. With excitement and pride, the children of the “Färbergarten AG garden school” under the direction of Verena Steinert exhibit their self-painted pictures in the Museum Voswinckelshof.
These pictures take a few hours of work. The motif was found quickly, it should be sunflowers as they can be found in the garden school logo. The production of the colors, however, was more difficult. Only colors from dye plants were used, which the children made from the plants themselves at school.
The museum’s dye garden, for which the children sponsored, was also used. The children were highly motivated and also learned a lot about ecological relationships and were given an insight into lost knowledge.
Teacher Verena Steinert and museum educator Cordula Hamelmann help the children from the “Färbergarten AG garden school” on April 2nd, 2014 at 10.15 am to hang up the pictures in the museum. There they can be seen by the museum audience until May 4th, 2014.