This has to be one of the nicest times of the year in the Western Cape -  sunny days with a few rainy ones in between. Our gardens are green after the winter rains, and gardens are becoming more colourful as we move from Spring to Summer.  Anyone fortunate enough to work with plants will tell you,  “It’s Garden Day every day!”  Although not the ‘put your feet up and sip bubbly’ type of Garden Day …  rewarding none the less. Landscapers have the good fortune of transforming barren building sites and home gardens to…
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Dam levels in the Western Cape continue to improve. By early October 2018, dam levels had reached a storage capacity of 79%.  Water tariffs have been lowered and water use limits have been raised. The rains and rising water tables have been a blessing for landscaping this summer. “Early spring cold fronts that have been rolling through the Western Cape have also provided a perfect cool climate for planting trees”, says South African Landscapers’ Institute (SALI) National Chairperson, Norah de Wet. Trees play an important role in both our environment and society. For people, trees…
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