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Sow Some Seed

Seed - Colour the most economical way!Water wise African Daisies lead the pack when it comes to loads of colour from seed for spring but that’s not all there is to choose from. We love the tough Bokbaai Vygies, dainty Lineria and the fragrant Virginian Stocks which are just as easy to grow and give you loads of colour the most economical way.

The Namaqualand is world renown for the display it produces in late winter and you can have that on your pavement or a sunny winter dry patch in your garden.

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Colour Everywhere

Who can resist Pansies?Nothing beats the winter blues and lifts the spirits like a spot of bright colour. It’s time to plant the next seasons colour. By planting now your Pansies, Primulas and more will have an advantage over later planted ones because the warmer weather now will help them to grow bigger.

Did you know that one Pansy plant will have well over 600 flowers? No wonder they are SA’s most popular winter and spring bedding plant.

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Contrasting colours

Mature Flax flowersColour does not only have to come from flowers and what better way to add colour than with Flaxes which will last in the garden for many years. Flaxes also known by their botanical name of Phormium, have been around in local gardens for many years but have had a surge in popularity of late as they are extremely water wise and tough.

For use in the garden or even cut for foliage in the vase, yellow, plum and salmon are only some of the colours to try.

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Colouring it up

Who can resist Pansies?Start thinking about colour for your winter and spring garden. The rains will have boosted some of the autumn seedlings but many of the summer ones will have started the trip to their end.

Our all time favourites are starting to surface. Of course it’s Pansies for sun and Primulas for shade and who can resist fragrant sweet peas for the vase?

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