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In this issue

You may think that coming up to winter there is not much to do in the garden, but you would be wrong. The birds need feeding in winter and we have some great quick birdfeeders you can make; winter veg need to be planted and we explore ways to grow vertically; and you can always go indoors with our step-by-step terrarium. That’s not all. There is plenty on plants, loads of inspiration, ideas and projects to keep you gardening and exploring new ways to make your garden patch, paradise.

Big-hearted for mass planting

If you have large areas in the garden to fill, plant all three of these indigenous perennials: they have everything you need!

2 mins

Breathless at Bosjes

Spirituality, homegrown expertise and locally sourced materials and labour resulted in a breath-taking landscape that offers relief and comfort to anyone and everyone who visits.

3 mins

Basic Styling The Triangle

Most bonsai trees are styled to have a triangular silhouette. This is more obvious with traditional bonsai styles, i.e. Northern hemisphere trees, but is still relevant with our African styles like the baobab and the flat crown. However, sometimes you need a fair bit of imagination to see this triangular shape – it is a bit like seeing the constellations in the stars. Sometimes the shape seems invisible until somebody points it out, and after that you can’t help but see the triangle.

3 mins

Vertical LIFESTYLE

The Lifestyle College class of 2019 brings us the 2020 Lifestyle Garden Design Show to leave all inspired.

Vertical LIFESTYLE

1 min

The pathway DESIGN CHECKLIST

Your foolproof guide to pathway planning

The pathway DESIGN CHECKLIST

4 mins

Beautiful white ironwood for medium to large gardens - Vepris lanceolata

The white ironwood is a tall or spreading evergreen tree, usually 7 – 20m high. It has smooth, light greyish-white bark and a rounded crown covered with shiny, trifoliate, lance-shaped leaves with wavy edges.

1 min

From dull to DELICIOUS: HERBS WITH DRY BEANS

Dry beans are a power food second to none, and they ‘beef up’ slow-cooked comfort food like soups, casseroles and stove-top stews. They are also a staple food in many parts of the world, being a rich source of protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Half a cup of cooked dry beans contains about 115 calories and provides 8 grams of protein. They also contain phytochemicals that are believed to help prevent osteoporosis, heart disease and some cancers.

From dull to DELICIOUS: HERBS WITH DRY BEANS

5 mins

UPWARDS AND ONWARDS: vertical veggie growing

Saving space is not the only reason for growing veggies vertically

UPWARDS AND ONWARDS: vertical veggie growing

4 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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