102 Dunmaglass Road
Glenferness, Midrand

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Hot dry weather

These are challenging times for us. I do hope that the following tips will be of help to you as we overcome these trying times of drought and hot weather. Mulch. Firstly, emulate nature by leaving all the leaves and

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Using baby powder in the garden.

1. Hares and beetles don’t like walking on powder so sprinkle the perimeter of your garden beds. 2. Protect the roots from root rot by sprinkling them before planting. 3. Sprinkle on leaves to prevent beetles and worms from eating

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Indigenous Climbers

Climbers that twine themselves Cyphostemma lanigerum – Wild Grape Clematis bracteata – Traveller’s Joy Senecio macroglossus – Flowing Ivy Thunbergia alata – Black Eye Susan Jasminum angulare – Wild Jasminum Jasminum multipartitum – Starry Wild Jasmine Climbers that scamper up

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Indigenous groups of waterwise plants

There are several ways that plants are adapted to being waterwise. 1.Succulents are the first to come to mind. Consider plants like Aloes, Bulbine, Cotyledons, Portulacarya and Crassula families. 2. Some plants have a wax layer which prevents transpiration. Think

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Retaining wall in the shade

Retaining Wall – ShadeAptenia cordata – Brak VygieAsystasia gangetica – Creeping FoxgloveChlorophytum – Gold NuggetChlorophytum bowkeri – Bowker’s ChlorophytumChlorophytum comosum ‘vittatum’ – Hen & ChicksChlorophytum modestum – Dwarf ChlorophytumCineraria saxifragra – Wild CinerariaCrassula capitella – Camp FireCrassula ernestii – Crassula

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