The love affair with old fashioned roses continues, because nothing creates as sumptuous a show in October as these full-petalled varieties.
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Tips on how to use the shade in your garden this summer
Best performers are impatiens and begonias for the shade.
Try Eco chic hybrid teas developed for better performance.
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Fill your world with flowers
Sowing from seed offers a quick and affordable way to fill the garden with spring and summer flowers.
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How to get your rose garden in shape
Sunny days have awakened everyone’s enthusiasm for gardening.
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Grow your own lavender to relieve stress naturally

Gardening Grow your own lavender to relieve stress naturally

The fragrant foliage can be used all year round and it is popular for making potpourri as a natural home perfume.

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Get Namaqualand at your door with osteospermum daisies

Gardening Get Namaqualand at your door with osteospermum daisies

These cool-season daisies flower in spring and autumn.

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August is the month to prepare for verdant spring growth

Gardening August is the month to prepare for verdant spring growth

Start planting summer flowering bulbs now.

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Time for a rosier outlook

DIY & Decor Time for a rosier outlook

Soften lockdown blues with a little bit of colour. Deep rose-red blooms warm up a room, making a strong statement.

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Revamp your garden with vibrant verbena

Gardening Revamp your garden with vibrant verbena

These plants are a must for butterfly gardens because their flowers are a rich source of nectar for pollinators.

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Espaliering: The glory of trained roses

Gardening Espaliering: The glory of trained roses

Avoid espaliering roses against a west-facing wall as the afternoon sun is too hot.

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July is maintenance month for the garden

Gardening July is maintenance month for the garden

Even though the garden is mostly dormant, there are still plenty of things to do.

Gardening Gardening improves emotional well-being and happiness, study finds

To reap maximum benefits, those with green fingers should try vegetable gardening rather than ornamental gardening.




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