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It has become increasingly common for gardens to become smaller, especially in communal living developments – garden space is of course a commodity. With this a reality for many homeowners, choosing the right-sized trees to plant is vital. Spargo Landscape Consultants has helped us compile

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Is your garden looking flat, boring and old fashioned? Well maybe it’s not your garden that needs the overhaul… Yes, you may need to spruce up a few areas, but have you ever considered that what is actually letting down the whole outside area of

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I’ve always marveled at the differences each month and season holds for a garden. July is special, as many gardeners and landscapers get out their secateurs to start pruning their roses. This is when you should be out in your garden doing preparations for the spring

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Q Hi there, we were walking our dog in Die Wilgers in Pretoria and came across these seed pods. What tree is this from? Thank you – Ryno [caption id="attachment_16603" align="alignleft" width="1000"] mde[/caption] A Hi Ryno, the images are of a tree called Moreton Bay Chestnut or Black bean;

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Q Hi Nick, my wife and I are having a disagreement. She does not believe that there is reason to change the time we water our lawn with winter approaching, while I have heard that it is best to water your lawn mid-morning in winter. Please

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