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Setting Boundary Creek

This article about the open garden at Boundary Creek was written by horticulture teacher Deb Delahunty.  It was published in The Border Mail on Saturday 11th April 2015.  22 more words


A scattering of scarecrows

When we moved into our house three years ago the only vegetation in the garden was an enormous holly tree – the rest was all turf. 552 more words


Hand Over to Beneficiaries

Ma Kaba and Maureen Viljoen

The final event of Open Gardens Constantia 2014.

A celebration was in order after our wonderful 2014 fundraiser for two really worthy causes: Abalimi Bezekhaya and Soil for Life. 235 more words

Open Gardens Constantia

The Keep - Making The Most of Foliage

 This is the second post about The Keep near Taradale.

This post features the ornamental garden with its emphasis on the colours, shapes and textures of foliage. 55 more words

Friday Flowers: By the pool

Today’s Friday Flowers is another from Darwin’s Open Garden scheme, now sadly defunct.

This garden was one of our favourites in 2014, with its hidden corners and plants, and this idyllic spot by the pool. 69 more words

Friday Flowers