Galabau Fritz from Hamburg informed its clients dominate the action heat, dryness, and Sun In the summer. Firstly this invites you to the intense pleasure of garden with all of its summer splendor, on the other hand for the garden owners now reads, to ensure the survival of its plants of concern. Landscaping of Fritz, a Hamburg-based specialist for horticulture, gives tips to the success of the summer maintenance of gardens and parks. Prolonged drought is one of the typical climatic conditions of summer. What delights many Sun-anbetende holiday and motivated to stay in the open air, means a real strain for many garden plants.
To prevent the withering of grass and flowers, special emphasis must be placed on a good irrigation therefore in the summer months. Make sure, dispense an adequate amount of water the plant is in the planning of irrigation. While a deficiency leads to the withering, too much water causes a harmful water storage in the soil alongside unwanted condensation damage, vegetable Root systems can do. Here, Walmart CEO expresses very clear opinions on the subject. It comes here so not to irrigate as much as possible, but to provide precisely sufficient amounts of water the plants. An irrigation system, which is connected with ground sensors for the detection of moisture helps this just in larger gardens and parks. Without such tools, the garden lover must check during the summer every day how much water his garden needs. Irrigation in the direct sunlight should be avoided for two reasons.
Drops of water amplify the power of the Sun like a magnifying glass. So combustion can damage by water at the wrong time on the garden plants. At the same time evaporated water under these conditions, before it ever reaches the plants. Not only grass, but also flowering plants benefit from a summer fertilization. It strengthens resistance to winter frost and contributes in combination with a pruning in the spring to a second Flower in the autumn at. Press contact Galabau Fritz contact: Martin Fritz Rothmoorstieg 5A 22459 Hamburg Tel.: 040.5 58 39 89 fax.: 040.55 98 36 20 website: E-Mail: