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Gardening in South Africa

Garden World - Children's Box Gardens

These tiny little box gardens will delight young and old with their attention to even the smallest detail. So, why not take the family out for a treat to Garden World this weekend, the children’s gardens and tiny box gardens are sure to inspire your children to do the same at home. This will keep them playing happily outdoors for hours, while getting some sunshine and fresh air at the same time. Even if you live in an apartment with no garden you can still make a small box garden for indoors. Children have such fertile imaginations, so let’s allow them dream!

Children's Gardens at Garden World

Edufun4KidsEdufun4KidsThe children’s gardens this year are so gorgeous, showing the adults what a little imagination can achieve! These happy, colourful little gardens are full of clouds, rainbows, flowers, veggies and creatures of all kinds. Visit these gardens and be amazed by the creativity of our next generation of gardeners.

Garden World Water Wise, Young Designer & Childrens Gardens Awards

Pathways & Small Ways Nursery SchoolsPathways & Small Ways Nursery SchoolsYoung and old, there's something for everyone at Garden World's 2017 ‘Colour my World’ Designer Gardens

Water Wise
Professional Landscaper:
Garden 17 – Ubuntu
Garden Designed & implemented by Andre Louw & Wiehann Felstead of Virtue Landscaping

Young Designer:
Garden 8 – Urban Succulent Patio
Garden Designed & implemented by John Sauer of Ngena Succulents

Childrens Gardens:
Pathways & Small Ways Nursery Schools

Garden World Re-vamped Designer Gardens & Sustainable Water-wise Gardening

A serene seating areaA serene seating areaSustainable water-wise gardening is imperative in South Africa today and entirely possible to achieve, as shown by a lovely garden created by the South African Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) and the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden. It even allows space for some edibles!

Gardens are forever growing and evolving, requiring filling in for seasonal colour and perhaps the odd trimming. With a well-established garden it is easy to implement a new look and feel by making a few simple changes. And, if you saw last year’s gardens which have been re-vamped, you will be certain to want to do some changes to your existing garden.

One really fantastic re-vamp is by Stephen Mundell – just look how beautiful everything has grown!

Silver Garden Awards

Re-invent – Something Old, New, Borrowed & BlueRe-invent – Something Old, New, Borrowed & BlueIf you're eco-conscious and a 'green' DIY type of gardener who likes to use recycled materials in your garden, you will be inspired to use your imagination and find uses for all types of items, from bottles to cinder blocks, to create your special place to play and relax, as well as a functional space for veggies and herbs.

Perhaps you want a more art inspired garden like a timeless 'French door' framed by Bougainvillea towers and leading into a lush garden which is colourful but also low maintenance and water-wise. Look no further than Garden World's Designer Gardens - whether its 'arty' or DIY you're looking for there’s garden design inspiration everywhere!


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