BEST photos of flowers from my Wild-Garden in 2016


Find below, please my BEST photos from my Wild-Garden in 2016 and will get updated as soon as there is NEW stuff 😉




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Greater Knapweed Centaurea scabiosa

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Names Of The Flowers-Centaurea scabiosa

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This flower doesn’t require a lot of work, very handy… I planted it in my stone-garden together with dahlias and different other sorts of flowers. Just make sure to water from time to time…

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Enjoy it and stay tuned for next adventures from the Wild-Garden ;)

Aphids on yellow roses

Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Pests and diseases of roses

Every medal has its reverse; every rose has its thorn, so ALSO when having roses in the garden! As beautiful as they are then more care they need as other flowers… 

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In above slideshow YOU will see very healthy roses as well as some pests… Find below relative articles around pests and diseases:

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In above slideshow you will see the problems which whom I am confronted and it took me today about +/- 1 – 1 1/2  hour to spray the insecticide (BIO) and to cut the leaves…

Find most garden insects in this Google search results images:

TIP: use green soap OR nettle broth to combat the pests… DON’T use chemicals, most are NOT good for also the other animals, insects and even for humans…


Of course you can ALSO use non-chemical sprays as shown on left handed side:

Garden guides:

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Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Butterflies

As I said it already in previous blog post, it is very interesting to observe what’s happening around in the garden and so I am very happy to see again butterflies… Since ages butterflies are very rare in Europe and so I decided to stay a bit longer in the garden to observe and to take some photos… Here below is the result from my observations… Actually there are photos of:

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