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In this issue

Get 12 months of practical gardening stories in one issue this month plus a whole lot more. Not an issue to miss!

Highveld Colour At Its Best

When her client, who is a florist, asked her to design a garden that 'vomits' colour , Debbie Smit compiled with a garden straight from a storybook.

Highveld Colour At Its Best

3 mins

Blushing Beauties

Harness the power of pink for your summer garden.

Blushing Beauties

4 mins

Black Diamonds

As a result of the extremely dry conditions over the last few years, everybody is struggling to find plants that will survive the harsh water restrictions.

Black Diamonds

1 min

Forever Beautiful

GET THE LOOK There are so many times when roses evoke a ‘wow’ from us! This bed, planted up with pale lemon ‘Forever Busy’ together with ‘Bridal Pink’ and ‘Amarula Profusion’ with purple ‘Vodacom’ at the back, is one such instance. These floribunda roses show off what floribundas are known for: a multiplicity of blooms that tumble downwards to create a magnificent border. The effect is enhanced by spot-on placing in terms of height. The lowest-growing rose, ‘Amarula Profusion’ (knee height), has been planted in front, with hip-height ‘Forever Busy’ and ‘Bridal Pink’ both in the middle, and ‘Vodacom’ at the back, growing to shoulder height. Other tall-growing pastel roses lead the eye along the bed, with some deep red added for liveliness. This garden, which was part of last year’s Joburg Rose Garden Bus Tour, was designed by Karen Gardelli.

Forever Beautiful

2 mins

Getting To Grips With Galls

Plant galls may be unsightly, but they’re no reason to panic!

Getting To Grips With Galls

4 mins

Cape Hollyhocks Ideal For The Shade Garden

The Cape hollyhock or Kaapse stokroos is a large, ornamental shrub in the mallow family Malvaceae, which includes other South African members like the cross-berry (Grewia occidentalis) and the coast hibiscus (Hibiscus tiliaceus). Named after the Swedish botanist Anders Sparrman (1748 – 1820), there are seven species of Sparrmannia, of which two occur in southern Africa.

Cape Hollyhocks Ideal For The Shade Garden

2 mins

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The Gardener Magazine Description:

PublisherLonehill Trading Pty Ltd

CategoryGardening

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Inspirational, practical, informative South African magazine on all areas of gardening including plants, gardens, garden tasks and creative DIY projects we also promote people new ideas about gardening through publsihing in our magazine, we also publish in other language.

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