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Archive: September, 2016

Water Shortage....Plant more Trees. By Eden

Dombeyo

As the water restrictions continue in the Western Cape one of the best ways to save water is to plant trees!It can cool your garden down, providing shade and it’s a great way to conserve water and reduce the cost of air conditioning too.  Contrary to common belief deciduous trees are a great option because they provide shade in the...

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Sunbird Malachite's in the Nursery

Sun Bird

These beautiful creatures are often seen enjoying the sun perched on our tree aloes or drinking nectar from an Aloe Cooperi. The sunbird’s lovely and magical green-blue feathers change color in the sun and causes you to gaze at them in awe. The Malachite sunbird’s home is in Southern Africa.

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