Your February Garden needs a lot of love and care and water in the South African heat. Read our 5 top tips for loving your garden in the month of love!
Healthy gardens start from the ground up which means you need to nurture the soil with regular and ongoing feeding for a healthy landscape. One of the best ways to do this is to use compost in your garden.
If you haven’t yet felt the slight nip at your heels, you can be sure it will happen soon. Winter is almost upon us and whilst our gardens on the coast take much less strain than those inland, there is still a lot of activity you can undertake in your winter garden to prepare for a beautiful summer garden.
WHAT ARE SUCCULENTS AND WHY SHOULD YOU BE GROWING SOUTH AFRICAN SUCCULENTS IN YOUR GARDEN?
For a start, succulents are not to be confused with Cacti. The latter are part of the succulent family but are mostly thorny and not proliferous in South Africa. They occur most commonly in the Americas (yes, a picture of Mexico should pop into you head!).