It’s a breeze choosing summer plants

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  1. Award-winning landscaper Danie Steenkamp, of DDS Landscaping, planted the avenues leading to Brandwacht aan Rivier, Stellenbosch, using only indigenous plants. Picture: Supplied
  2. The fleshy sour fig (Carpobrotus edulis) is ideal for a windy garden. Picture: Supplied
  3. Wind-hardy and architectural, the Aloe thraskii is a bold, sculptural plant ideal for a windy, seafront garden. Picture: Supplied
  4. Try new hybrid colours of the wind-friendly indigenous gazania. Picture: Supplied

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