This Joburg garden is a rare oasis that's bursting with hidden charms, combining old-world formality with a rambling suburban forest.
Following the launch of the Nelson Mandela Rose in 2018, we've rounded up five roses named after South Africans who've made a mark in our country's history.
Joburg’s Shepstone Gardens is a mix of verdant glamour and intriguing concealed spaces.
Whether cascading from pergolas or concealing boundary walls, climbers and creepers provide a profusion of colour in a spectrum of shades.
Peter and Diane Rich’s Parktown garden is a bold reinvention of a century-old design.
Spend long enough in this Franschhoek private guest villa’s garden of secret nooks, paths and vine-cloaked arches, and you might believe you’ve spotted a sylph.
The Cape West Coast's Forest Friends Urban Farm grows edible greens ingeniously via aquaponic systems.
Grounded on the principles of community upliftment and support, Umthunzi Farming Community endeavours to provide a platform for small-scale farmers in the Cape Town area.
In the dusky plains of Khayelitsha, impressive vegetable gardens spread life and hope under the guidance of a green-thumbed gogo – the highly-respected Christina Kaba of Abalimi Bezekhaya.
A zen garden, art studio and humanoid sculptural forms made from plant roots await at Nola Muller Viotti’s Noordhoek home