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Biodiversity in the Garden – organisms that fly and crawl.

Discover just how much potential your garden has for life and a plethora of species.
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Totally Terrific Transpiration – Find out why it is important!

learn why transpiration is to be paid more attention to and why it is beneficial to understand its importance!
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The Perfect Plant Gift For The Perfect Plant Parent

The convenience of being able to produce and nurture the perfect gift for the one you care about straight from your garden!
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Plant Moms Botanical Boss

Plant Mom Addition  May is for the plant moms! Embrace becoming a botanical boss and dig your way into the world of plant parenting with confidence.
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Biodiversity – All things that Fly and Crawl

Life is a Garden invites you to become eco-custodians to South Africa’s heralding wildlife, right from your backyard!
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Poppies and Petunias Balcony Besties

As the sun sets to welcome the evening sky in all its colourful glory, sit back and relax on the balcony with some potted poppies and petunias for company.
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Trendy Very Peri

The Pantone colour of the year is Very Peri – a courageous, statement-making violet-blue that generates creativity and inspiration in the garden.
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April In the Garden

April in the garden Everything is awesome in April

Happy second month of autumn, gardeners! Although it’s getting colder, the landscape is truly warmed up by the rich colour pallet around us.
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Cooldown with white this summer African white Christmas

Gardeners worldwide know that white just goes with everything and beautifully enhances the colours of surrounding plants.
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Is black the new green

Henry Ford famously said, “You can have any colour, as long as it’s black”.
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Pink ROSES in support of Breast Cancer Awareness and Rose Month

October is the month of flowering profusion with the queen of flowers, the rose, putting on a glorious first flush of blooms in the Highveld.
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A Bee-Friendly Backyard

This month, Life is a Garden is taking part in the important global conversation about the need for urgent bee conservation.
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October in the Garden October Check List

October is the month of flowering profusion with the queen of flowers, the rose, putting on a glorious first flush of blooms in the Highveld.
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September in the Garden September Check List

September always kicks off with Arbor Week and this year it officially kicks off on Monday 31 August and runs until Friday 4 September.
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Staghorn Ferns – A Desired Exotic Beauty

Hooray, spring has arrived! Allow yourself to be swept up in all the blossoming joy and bliss coming to life in your garden.
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Life is a Garden: The Plant Journey

The Plant Journey – A Plant’s Life From Nucleus to Nursery

Dear readers. You are exclusively invited to this month’s super special edition of Life is a Garden.
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August in the Garden Spring into action

Although spring only officially starts on the 1st of September, we don’t need a calendar to see that spring has sprung!
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July in the Garden All that glitters is gold, yellow, orange, and red!

Let’s celebrate Nelson Mandela Day on 18 July in style by showcasing – the gorgeous, golden-yellowStrelitzia, appropriately named after Madiba as ‘Mandela’s Gold’.
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Natural Remedies from your garden

Natural Remedies from your garden

The flu season started early this year with the arrival of Covid-19, which has had an unprecedented impact on the whole world.
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June in the Garden Midday gardening with monsters, berries and birds

Winter has arrived, but luckily our days are still blessed by lovely, lunchtime sunshine in most parts of the country.
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