Spring Gardening Checklist

Spring Gardening Checklist

Give your Spring Garden a Boost. There will be lots of flowering plants in your garden as well as delicious veggies, herbs and fruit ripe and ready for harvesting. To keep your plants strong and healthy, give them an all-in-one vitality tonic, MULTIGRO. Feed your...

Sustainable Gardening in July

Sustainable Gardening in July

facebookinstagramyoutubeCreate an Indoor Paradise. Indoor plants have become more than a mere gift you receive for a special occasion. While they are a lovely addition to any space which they brighten up, the poor things ultimately end up being neglected before...

Sustainable Gardening in June

Sustainable Gardening in June

Winter has set in. Fires, soups, and stews are the order of the day.While most parts of the country are experiencing extremely cold and wet weather resulting in the mindset that gardening is not what we do in Winter. This is simply not true. One of the fun, creative...

Sustainable Gardening in May

Sustainable Gardening in May

Sustainable Gardening in May   It’s remarkable how radically our world and lives have changed since the nationwide lockdown. It has, without doubt, had a significant impact on our everyday living, forcing us to slow down and smell the roses. The expression that...

Sustainable Gardening in April

Sustainable Gardening in April

Sustainable Gardening in April The leaves are slowly starting to change colour and that ‘fresh nip’ in the air is a definite reminder that autumn is upon us. Blessed as we are in our beautiful country, this is a great time to be outdoors and in the garden. With our...

Sustainable Gardening In March

Sustainable Gardening In March

SUSTAINABLE GARDENING IN MARCH March is a glorious month in the garden! As the intense summer heat starts to fade the garden visibly starts ‘relaxing’ (as should we all!). Depending on where you are geographically, the extended dry periods should have been broken with...

Sustainable Gardening In February

Sustainable Gardening In February

Sustainable Gardening In FebruaryFebruary is typically one of the hottest and ‘toughest’ months for your garden. There are 3 key challenges for the sustainable gardener to overcome to ensure success this month:Healthy plants are less susceptible to heat extremesPest...

International year of Plant Health

International year of Plant Health

International Year of Plant Health 2020 - IYPH The United Nations has declared 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH). The year is a once in a lifetime opportunity to raise global awareness on how plant health can help end hunger, reduce poverty,...

Soil | Episode 3 | Try This At Home

Soil | Episode 3 | Try This At Home

SEASON 1 - SOIL Episode 3 “Try This At Home” While some of you have been ploughing the fields and trotting the livestock around since you were knee-high to a grasshopper, many of you may be first-time or early-onset gardeners. We’re here to teach you a trick or two to...

Soil | Episode 2 | All Soil Is Not Created Equal

Soil | Episode 2 | All Soil Is Not Created Equal

SEASON 1 - SOIL EPISODE 2 - "ALL SOIL IS NOT CREATED EQUAL" Today we are going to discuss the different soil types. Much like picking from the wine list on a first date, knowing the various categories will go a long way to ensuring the proverbial egg remains far from...

Soil | Episode 1 |  No soil, no life

Soil | Episode 1 | No soil, no life

Season 1 - SoilEpisode 1 - "No Soil, No Life" Without soil, there will be no life. The healthier our soil is, the healthier our food and plants will be.  But “what is soil?” you ask, breathless with wonder. Quite simply, soil is: the upper layer of the earth’s crust...

Ecobuz & Sustainability

Ecobuz & Sustainability

Ecobuz & Sustainability Ecobuz – Your Partner In Sustainable Gardening Ecobuz introduces the journey to garden wellness naturally. Over the past two decades, human health care has evolved from reactively reachingFor medication and anti-biotics to proactively...