Balcony Gardening

Spring Potted Garden

Colourful flowers in pots are an ideal way to brighten up any area in your garden, patio or balcony. 
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Bursting Clivias Blooming Babes

Spring is in the air, and with it, many of our favourite plants are blooming. 
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Aquilegia vulgaris – Bedding Bestie Bring colour and personality to your Spring garden, with this elegant plant

One of the sweetest flowers in spring gardens is the Aquilegia. Commonly known as Columbine or Granny's Bonnet, these plants have an airy appearance, with small, rounded leaves and tall flower stalks that hold the beautiful blooms above the foliage. 
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Flowering this month – July

While many plants shy away from harsh winter conditions, the African Daisy (Arctotis) is a hardy plant that boasts beautiful large and colourful daisy-like flowers that range from pink to red, yellow and burnt orange.
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Arctotis – bedding bestie Add colour with Arctotis

If you are looking to brighten up an area in your garden with an indigenous, hardy groundcover, Arctotis (which is a genus of annual and perennial plants in the family Asteraceae) is a great choice.
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Container gardening on the balcony with Poppies and Petunias

Balconies are the meeting point for the great outdoors and the comforts of the home.
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Balcony gardening with colourful coleus

Romantic movies set in the Italian countryside have such a unique vintage charm.
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Beautiful Balcony Gardening in August

With spring on the horizon it’s time to prepare your home and garden for an intense colour invasion.
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Basil on the Balcony

Basil is one of the most versatile herbs, with different varieties that each offer unique properties and uses.
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Azaleas on the Balcony

Potted azaleas are a miniature version of the more common, larger, outdoor azalea – Rhododendron simsii.
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Pink Polka Dot Plant and Balcony Gardening

Balcony gardening combines the best of both worlds! The vivid colours of shade-loving outdoor plants add brilliant bright colour to patios, balconies and atriums.
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