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Flowers are the smile of nature, they say. They are messengers of spring, splashes of color in the large green and probably the most beautiful way to express feelings. That flowers make the gardener's heart beat faster and have a very positive effect on the mental well-being is even proven psychologically. But it does not have to be a botanical garden - just a few house plants or bouquets transform your own home into a fragrant oasis of well-being.


What can you say by the flower?

The advice to say it through the flower has its justification. Because flowers send nonverbal but clear signals. Since the 18th century, an extensive system of signs has developed that assigns a certain meaning to the size of the bouquet, as well as to the color and symbolism of each flower. It is well known that red roses and tulips are signs of love and passion. Edelweiss, gentian and hibiscus are a compliment to the beauty of the other person. Friendship is celebrated with amaryllis and mallow, with iris your faithfulness. Literally, the forget-me-not is to take. But beware of yellow carnations, which are a sign of envy or contempt. White lilies or chrysanthemums, however, are often used as grave decorations.


Which flower needs to be taken care of?

Many of us do not have a green thumb, but with a few simple tips you can keep your bouquet longer, your houseplants happy and your garden colorful.

• Cut flowers: To make them feel good, give them a clean vase of fresh water and some fresh preservative. Remove the lower leaves that come into contact with the water as they quickly begin to rot and worsen the water quality. It is particularly important to always cut your cut flowers, because during transport, the end of the stem dries up and the water pipe of the flower becomes "clogged". Therefore make a diagonal cut with a knife, not with the scissors. Immediately after the pruning, the flower should be placed in the water in a cool, shaded location without drafts.

• Potted flowers: In general, the brighter and warmer the location, the more water the plant needs. However, only water when the earth is no longer moist. As a fertilizer, you can also use coffee grounds or wood ash, which will make your plants thrive. Those who pamper their plants regularly, promote their growth, because then the roots can develop well again and have space to spread further. Also, regularly dust your plants with a duster or damp cloth to breathe and unfold.

• Flowerbed: Lush flowerbeds are the centerpiece of a garden. It's best to first pick the plants you want to use and set their position and number on a drawn bed plan. An arrangement according to stature heights is the simplest principle. Through staggered flowering, you can create a color range that lasts from spring to fall. Lay your bed in the spring when the ground has already warmed up. Humus-poor sandy soils and heavy clay soils can be improved with mature compost. Cover each plant just before inserting and immerse the root ball in a bucket of water until no more bubbles appear. With a small hand scoop, you now lift a hole, put the bale to the top in the ground and press it lightly. A water jet from the watering can removes the last larger cavities and lets the new bed grow quickly.


How do flowers affect your health?

The many positive effects of flowers are also used in the treatment of sick people. After a stroke, they learn there to reinstate their weakened hands. People with mental illness relax in the garden and become aware of their independent decision-making ability when weed plucking. Today several hundred institutions in Germany use the garden for therapeutic purposes. The people who are otherwise cared for experience themselves as caregivers, they are needed and have a task.