Gardening by Month
May is generally a period of settled weather, sunny days and cool nights. Frost is common in many areas. It’s still a very important planting time for both flowers and vegetables. Most herbs grow far more prolifically in the cooler weather conditions. The garden is a beautiful place to spend time during the merry month of May. Click below for all our May gardening tips and advise:
On the second Tuesday of every month, Gerald Schofield hosts informative, interesting garden talks covering a wide variety of subjects. June’s Garden Talk will cover how to plant up mixed hanging baskets for a spectacular spring show. Join us at Blackwood’s Home of Gardening on Tuesday, 14th of June at 9:00am for 9:30am. There’s always question and answer time at the end, as well as a chance to win one of several lucky draw prizes! Entrance fee is R20-00, which is donated to Msunduzi Hospice.