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Spring Flowers, Who Can Resist?

In Out & About On 11 September 2013 0 Comments

Flowers, flowers everywhere. Carpets of them as far as the eye can see. Spring is here at last. A visit to any of the West Coast areas is… Read More »

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Harold Porter Botanical Gardens

In Out & About On 1 April 2013 0 Comments

The Harold Porter Botanical Gardens is situated in Betty’s Bay in the Western Cape. Originally named Shangri-La Nature reserve, when it was later taken over by the National… Read More »

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Glorious Wild Flowers of the Fynbos

In Gardening On 9 January 2013 0 Comments

Protea eximia The Fynbos is famous for not only the diversity and unusual composition of its plant species but also for the sheer beauty of the many wild… Read More »

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Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

In Out & About On 3 March 2012 1 Comment

Kirstenbosch botanical garden is situated at the foot of Table mountain, in what has to be one of the most stunning views ever. It covers over 500 hectares… Read More »

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West Coast National Park

In Out & About On 9 December 2011 0 Comments

West Coast National Park is known mainly for the spring flowers that carpet the entire area like a blanket. What is not so well publicised is the wild… Read More »

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Trying for the perfect flower photo

In Photography On 11 September 2011 0 Comments

I find that flowers have the most diverse colours and shapes. I seem to keep taking photos of them and trying to get that perfect shot, somehow the… Read More »

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Growing clivias in your garden

In Gardening On 10 August 2011 0 Comments

There is not much that willingly grows in the shade of trees where the soil is dry. But clivias thrive in these conditions, they do not need pampering… Read More »