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Pallets: Upcycling projects offers 33 DIY pallet items where the humble pallet is transformed into affordable, practical and eco-friendly furniture, decor, toys, garden products and gifts. Upcycling is the term that is used for the creative recycling of discarded materials or unusable or unwanted items to create new products.
Nicole Seabrook wou haar eie, natuurlike produkte met 'n persoonlike stempel ontwikkel nadat sy as aromaterapie-student 'n werkswinkel vir natuurlike produkte bygewoon het. Haar doel om glad nie meer chemiese produkte in haar huis te gebruik nie was nogals uitdagend aangesien dit aanvanklik moeilik was om sekere bestanddele in Suid-Afrika te kry.
Takes you through a typical week in the Granger household, from packed school lunches on Tuesday, to a Friday night dinner for friends and on to a relaxed big breakfast on Sunday.
The Julia Child of gardening shares her own successes and failures in a beautiful new edition.
All kinds of garden plants û shrubs, climbers, roses, hedges and trees û need pruning to improve their shape and condition, and to encourage more flowers and fruits.
One of three stylish, beautifully produced, spiralbound journals to organise plans and ideas with storage pockets for seed packets, business cards and magazine cuttings.
RHS Plants from Pips is an easy and fun introduction to gardening for adults and children alike, showing the reader how to grow plants from pips, seeds, and stones that are usually thrown away in kitchen waste to create a kitchen garden of their own. /
Jane's delicious A-Z of vegetables is an accessible guide to the most commonly-grown vegetables, plus many new and unusual ones now available, with detailed information on how to sow, plant, feed, water, protect, harvest and eat them, as well as save their seed for future generations.
This book records traditional wisdom and practical information on the many uses of indigenous South African plants and will appeal to anyone interested in health, gardening, cooking and homecrafting. It also offers a historical perspective and botanical detail that will be of interest to students of Botany, Homeopathy and Medicine.
Most botanical gardens include succulents in their collections; few are devoted solely to them. In Succulent Paradise, the reader is taken on a verbal and visual tour of twelve exceptional succulent gardens. The authors have visited gardens around the world dedicated to the display, cultivation and propagation of succulent plants.
Margaret Roberts is a well-known proponent of the use of natural products to enhance health and wellbeing. In 100 New herbs she introduces readers to an exciting range of new plants that can be used in the kitchen, and medicinally.
Hierdie pragtig ontwerpte joernaal maak nut van Margaret Roberts se welbekende talente vir die maak van beide heilsame natuurlike produkte en delikate illustrasies van die plante en blomme waaraan haar beroep grootliks gekenmerk word.
In Gardens to inspire, Keith Kirsten introduces 25 notable South African gardens, chosen for the 'wow' factor that sets them apart. Great gardens are not simply an accumulation of plants. They are planned and nurtured over years, even decades, and they re?ect the personality or intention of their creators.
Do you love living in the city but dream about growing your own wholesome fruit and vegetables? South AfricaÆs organic gardening guru, Jane Griffiths, shows you just how easy it is to achieve a flourishing food garden, no matter how small your space.
A guide to gardening in a more natural, sustainable and pleasurable way. It includes advice, top tips, the best varieties of flowers, fruits and vegetables and more. It explains how to get rid of pests and diseases and encourages beneficial wildlife, how to manage weeds, how to grow for flavour and quality using the easiest means.
Since 1984 when the very first edition of The South African what flower is that? was published, this book has been the reference of choice for South African gardeners (or aspiring gardeners) in flower identification.