Months of the Year

What to do about ants on your plants

Symptoms The pesky little pest (“gogga”) for the month of December will generally leave small heaps of fine sand on the surface above the nests on lawns What does this mean for me/my plants?
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Lily of the Nile / Nyl Lelie (Agapanthus Buccaneer)

The true treasure chest of all. An exceptional medium size, fast growing Agapanthus with prolific dark blue, complemented with a purplish vein.
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Dune Crowberry (Searsia crenata)

Searsia crenata (previously known as Rhus crenata) is commonly known as the Dune Crowberry.
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Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) Botanical name: Trachelospermum jasminoides

Botanical name: Trachelospermum jasminoides
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Gardenia (Gardenia cinderella)

Botanical Name: Gardenia Cinderella This Gardenia has a smaller leaf and the flower is just as beautiful and fragrant yet it flowers more than once.
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Straw flowers (Bracteantha Mohave™ Series)

Bracteantha are commonly known as ‘straw flowers’ or ‘everlastings’. Planting them will ensure a bright long lasting display of summer colour for garden beds and pots.
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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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Azalea Mixed Colours

A variety of colours, double and single blooms
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Blue Potato Bush (Solanum rantonnetii ‘Montreux’)

Solanum Montreux is superb garden filler with its bushy growth and blast of colour in spring.
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December in the Garden

Have a green Festive Season this year by substituting the boring old gifts like soaps and socks, with plants and gardening products that will add lasting value to the lives of loved ones.
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Agapanthus oriantalis ‘Queen Mum’

Elegant large flowering plant with beautiful bi-colour blue and white flowers on the outside of the petals and pure white on the inside.
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3 ways with strawberries in the garden

Strawberries are one of nature’s most wonderful foods. Filled with antioxidants and lower in sugar than most fruits, they’re a wonderful addition to a healthy balanced diet, especially for growing children.
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Agapanthus ‘Great White’

The gentle giant, with super large white flower heads that re-bloom in summer.
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November in the Garden

Summer is about colour – everywhere! Old favourites are in full bloom so you need more of them.
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Bright and Beautiful Beetroot

Beetroot is a stalwart of the garden; an efficient crop (one can use both the leaves and roots) which doesn’t take up much space, and is also very nutritious.
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How to treat red spidermite on your plants

Symptoms Our “gogga” of the month for November will most likely cause fine, pale mottling with small yellow/green mites on the underside of leaves and stem.
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Hibiscus Graff

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis longiflora Adonicus var. ‘Adonicus’ (N) ZA 20155888 The perfect island dream.
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Promise in a pot: Raising your sights Read how to DIY here!

Read how to DIY here!
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Mandevilla Sundaville ® Cosmos White var. ‘Sunmandeho’

The Sundaville® Cosmos White (Sunmandeho) is a real vigorous climber. This mandevilla with super big flowers blooms non stop and is perfect suitable for pots, balcony boxes.
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Water Wise Watch: Oct 2018

This month at Water Wise #WaterWise! Water Wise recently implemented its very first social media campaign, and we are very excited about it!
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