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.
Among restored warehouses in the historic Ferreirasdorp district in Joburg's CBD, hydroponic greenhouses thrive at the hands of three young women.
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
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