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February 2017

Tanya Visser
We’ve arrived in what I think is one of the toughest gardening months – I personally battle with this time. By now I’m begging for cooler weather and have planned my autumn planting over and over in my head. But in saying that, I have to tell you tha... Read more
The Gardener
For everyone who loves gardening


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Racing towards autumn
Best bedding plants for February, March and April.

Trusty trio
Indigenous stalwarts for the shade.

A family affair
This elegant Johannesburg garden has been carfeully nurtured by generations of gardeners.

Multilevel makeover
This small garden, built on two levels, needed a quick design solution.

Proudly South African
Cotyledon orbiculata var. orbiculata adds colour and form to a dry coastal garden.

Your rose garden
Create a rose bower of love for shade in the hottest months.

Your bonsai
Use moss correctly.

In your garden in February
Brighten up your garden with annuals, sow for winter, prune juduciously and train a mandevilla.

Food gardening
• Mexican heat wave with chillies and herbs • Get the best from brassicas • Testing the pH level • Using grey-water in the garden • February sowing guide.

Water saving
Pressure boosting from a water tank!

by the moon

new in gardening

your own veg, herbs and fruit


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