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  1. Andreas Schachtner It’s an attempt to bring the vegetation back to the state it had 70 years ago, when people lived there and cattle grazed there. In fact, they are bringing back the cattle.


    There are red-listed plants out there that are in danger of disappearing, as non-native plants threaten to take over. Berberis (Barberry), Rose hip, and a type of small pine tree in particular – all garden plants that run wild if not maintained.


    The old way of preservation was to leave things alone, but if you leave your garden untouched for 70 years, it will not really stay the same. It needs some care.

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