It's the time of year when South Africans are encouraged to plant indigenous trees.
This selection of easy-to-grow fruits and herbs will have you exchanging gardening gloves for dancing shoes.
Now is the time to celebrate Arbor Week by planting a forest of indigenous trees in your garden.
It's almost full-on Braai Season, so add herbs to your garden that will make your barbecue one to be talked about.
These plants offer a glorious display of colour, form and texture and to top it all are low maintenance, writes Kay Montgomery.
Every spring garden should have some easy-to-grow perennial daisies, writes Melanie Walker.
With the determined efforts of breeders, gardeners in most parts of SA are now able to create this style of indigenous garden.
The fleeting rain this winter has not filled the dams and waterwise gardening is the way forward, writes Kay Montgomery.
Sarah Baker says society needs to change its ideas about the beauty of a lawn.
Seventeen designs celebrate African ideas at this year's Garden World Spring Festival.
It is important to understand the role of colour, space and ornaments in your garden, writes Kay Montgomery.
This book will get you loving your patch of earth, writes Allison MacDonald.
The first week in August is the height of the camellia flowering season, writes Kay Montgomery.
Winter is a great time for thinking about brightening up the garden with flowering pelargoniums, writes Melanie Walker.
Leaves are jam-packed with trace minerals that will benefit your soil, writes Melanie Walker.