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A step-by-step guide to plant propagation | Stodels Nursery

A step-by-step guide to plant propagation

Plant propagation is a wonderful way to make your garden stretch further. Not only is it cost-efficient, but it is also... Read More

growing your own vygies

Spotlight on vygies

The vygie plant, or Mesembryanthemums, are truly South Africa’s most colourful group. Their silky-textured flowers... Read More

how to care for begonia plants

Spotlight on Begonia elatior

The begonia is known for its brilliant, frilly flowers and deep green, shiny foliage. This easy-to-grow, flowering... Read More

Grow your own : Growing veggies from seeds

Growing your own food is immensely satisfying, easy to do and far cheaper than buying seedlings. Veggies that grow... Read More

Grow Your Own: Microgreens

Sprouting microgreens is a delicious and fun cold-weather indoor gardening project for both adults and kids. Here’s... Read More

Grow your own Lettuce

Grow your own Lettuce Nothing perks up a salad like fresh lettuce leaves picked from your garden. August is the ideal... Read More

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Grow your own Carrots

Carrots are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in your garden, so they’re a great choice when you’re starting a... Read More

Grow your own Radishes

Radishes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in your garden. Sow the seeds about 2cm apart in loose,... Read More

How to start a vegetable garden | Stodels Garden Centre

How to start a vegetable garden

There is nothing more satisfying than growing and harvesting fresh, healthy vegetables for your family. Food gardens... Read More

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Grow your own Beetroot

Beetroot is one of the easiest vegetables to grow in your garden. It’s also very versatile as it can be eaten fresh,... Read More

Grow your own barley

Indigenous to Europe, barley was the most important bread grain of the ancient Hebrews, Greeks and Romans. In fact, it... Read More

Edible flowers

Besides brightening up your garden, many flowers are also edible. Flowers are generally used in cuisine for one of two... Read More

Grow your own Wheatgrass

Grow your own Wheatgrass The most outstanding feature of wheatgrass is its very high content of chlorophyll at about... Read More

Step-by-step Guide to Growing your Own Baby Marrows, Corgettes or Zucchinis

Grow your own Baby Marrows Baby marrows (also known as courgettes or zucchinis) are very rewarding plants to grow as... Read More

Grow your own Cabbage

Grow your own Cabbage Cabbage is an extremely versatile vegetable that has many uses in summer and winter dishes. In... Read More

Grow your own Pumpkins

Grow your own Pumpkins Your children will love watching pumpkins grow in the garden, so it’s a good idea to involve... Read More