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We live in a world of excess, often taking for granted that our role on this planet is inheritor and protector of all living kind. Despite doing what we can to limit our consumption and provide for the ecological future, natural resources like water continue to be an increased scarcity. DECO investigates water-wise gardening… With the ever-increasing need […]

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There are six different types of irrigation and sprinkler systems that Life Landscapes, the landscaping division of Life Green Group, works with. All of which offer different watering services to a garden. Irrigation has revolutionized watering. A hosepipe is an outdated way of watering a garden. Hosepipes damage vegetation, require manual labour and wastes water – delivering […]

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As you know the Western Cape is undergoing a drought. Heading into our summer season, we urge everyone to conserve their water! The government is discussing different ways to help with the situation: Cape Town – The Western Cape government will be in crisis talks in Parliament when it makes representations to the national portfolio […]

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Landscapers are a versatile group. Yes, most people associate them with work involving land and plants, but they also do hardscaping, irrigation installs, fencing and walls, tree work, snow removal and more. Landscapers are a versatile group. Yes, most people associate them with work involving land and plants, but they also do hardscaping, irrigation installs, […]

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Even the most organic of gardeners isn’t a fan of insects that wreak havoc on a raised bed full of growing edibles. Luckily, you can keep away these unwelcome visitors with simple, nontoxic methods. The following list of pests and control measures provide a good starting point. Control solutions are listed in order of environmental friendliness. […]

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Spring has finally sprung! It’s time to get outdoors with your little sprouts and have fun to explore, learning and playing. The garden is a great place to enjoy the best spring has to offer as a family. To get started, check out these 10 inspired gardening projects for kids.   Plastic Water Bottle Hanging Tomato Planters […]

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The Western Cape has suffered the worst drought in the last few decades. It has been one of South Africa’s leading topics of discussion and has crawled its way through every media platform. This has raised some eyebrows, and more importantly, it has raised concerns for the future of the Western Cape. How will the […]

garden gardening tips for beginners

Your sight is distorted from the glimmering sun as you take your first steps onto the patio on one Saturday’s dawn. You place your hand between the blazing light and your fragile eyes to block the light prohibiting you the pleasure of the gazing into the salient horizon. Once you are able to regain your […]

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Have you ever thought about trying to grow your own vegetable garden but you thought it was too much work and you don’t have enough experience? Stop thinking like that and follow these interestingly easy tips to create your own vegetable garden. Remember to start with a relatively small area to grow your vegetables. It […]

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Starting to build a new garden isn’t difficult. Most people begin by going out into their yards with a shovel or garden tiller, digging up the dirt and putting in a few plants. http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/8-steps-to-make-better-garden-soil-zmaz07jjzsel