Design a harmonious garden with plants for texture forming myriad shades of green, said to have a calming effect on emotions.
With a varied selection of plants for food and shelter, a quiet area of your garden can become a paradise for endangered wildlife.
If you don't feed the soil, how can you expect it to feed your vegetables? Kamcilla Pillay speaks to the experts.
Property experts say that installing water-wise solutions in the garden could increase the value of your home.
A growing trend and answer to every urban gardener's need for green is the introduction of vertical gardens.
Gardeners can learn from conservation principles used for the past decade to restore indigenous fauna and flora in the Cape Winelands.
Floral designer Holly Heider Chapple is reinventing the Valentine's Day bouquet.
Your garden is feeling the heat as much as you are, but you also need to save water, explains Helen Grange.
Most spaces - as small as they are - can be transformed with a little know-how - and lots of creativity.
Enjoy the sound and sight of water by including a small water feature, pond or wetland habitat in your garden.
Transform outdoors into a nature paradise or plant up the fashionably bold colours that will be flying at the Olympics in Rio this August.
If we're now entering pre-apocalyptic survival mode, Helen Walne want to be prepared.
As we start the new year, create a garden dream board, writes Kay Montgomery.
The art of bonsai is well-known in the Western world - but an aura of mystery still surrounds this ancient art form.
Your covered pools can be used as an emergency water supply, says Carolyn Idas.
Catch fabulous fuchsias, the dancers of the floral kingdom, on show next weekend at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens.