Evita Save the Date August 2014




Wednesday 17 September 2014, 09h00 for 09h30 - 14h00

@ Fairlawns Boutique Hotel and Spa

Guest Speaker: Keith Kirsten

Tickets: R450 pp |  / 011 783 5887

  • Proven Winners

    Looking for plants you can trust to create a beautiful, easy-to-maintain garden? All you have to do is look for the Proven Winners name to know you're getting the most distinctive plants on the market. That's because Proven Winners partners with the top plant breeders around the world to ensure our varieties are vigorous, healthy, vibrant, and unique.
  • David Austin Roses

    David Charles Henshaw Austin OBE (born 16 February 1926) is a rose breeder and writer who lives in Shropshire, England. His emphasis is on breeding roses with the character and fragrance of Old Garden Roses but with the repeat-flowering ability and wide colour range of modern roses such as Hybrid Teas & Floribundas. SA growers: Ludwig's - & Duncan's Roses
  • Heliotropium Midnight Sky

    A gentle fragrance of vanilla flows from the blue to violet flowers of the vanilla flower (botanical description Heliotropium), which is also known under the name solstice. Originally derived from the Peruvian Andes this annual plant loves sunny locations on balcony, terraces or in the garden landscape. Maintenance category: easy; Water Category: Average
  • Tip of the Month

    Use a watering can instead of a hosepipe to water container plants. Water early morning or late afternoon when wind and evaporation are at their lowest. Thorough watering is much better than regular, shallow watering. Deep watering encourages the development of a deep root system, which enable plants to withstand heat & short periods of drought.
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