Learn about plants and flowers on kykNET’s newest florist competition programme, ‘Die Groenste Vingers’, coming this April.
The Chelsea Flower Show is going digital to give garden enthusiasts an exciting line-up of designers, plant experts and practical gardening advice.
Florists recently came together to ‘flowerbomb’ an old age home in the Paarl after various couples had to cancel their wedding celebrations.
South Africa was awarded their 37th gold for their beautiful floral display called ‘Mountains of Abundance’.
The Chelsea Flower Show 2017 kicked off on Sunday and hundreds of celebrities, including the Royal family, were able to enjoy the gardens and displays, of which the South African National Biodiversity Institute’s (SANBI) garden was one.
As the world frets about food miles and shrinking natural resources, take matters into your own green-fingered hands with these great ideas… even if you’re in the heart of the city.
SANDI garden at the Chelsea Flower Show today won gold. Not only was the display exceptional but yet again the story of the garden is not just about plants in the earth. The ideas behind this year’s garden expand far beyond that and again SA is ahead of the game in living up to UNESCO’s “Man and the Biosphere Project”.
Today sees the opening of the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and Malawi has presented a garden that will literally take your breathe away.
Lesotho inspired garden ‘Hope in Vulnerability’ has been voted by the British public as their favourite garden awarding Matt Keightley the People’s Choice Award at the Chelsea Flower Show 2015.
Matt Keightley, the garden designer of the Lesotho charity Sentebale, has won a Silver-Gilt medal at the Chelsea Flower Show. We managed to catch up with him and hear his thoughts on Lesotho and his experience of the show.
Sentebale the charity founded by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of Lesotho presented The Hope in Vulnerability garden designed by Matt Keightley. This amazing garden scoops a Silver-Gilt medal and captures so many people’s hearts
Kirstenbosch Gardens managed to clinch a Silver-Gilt medal at the Chelsea Flower Show today, despite a large portion of their plants still being held by customs.
Kirstenbosch Gardens saw a slight setback before this year’s Chelsea Flower Show as their plants and flowers were impounded at Heathrow Airport. Will they win their 34th Gold Medal this year?
The Kirstenbosch exhibit at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, which showcases South Africa’s rich natural biodiversity and includes a portrait of Nelson Mandela made of proteas, has received a Silver-Gilt Medal and a visit from the Queen.
The Kirstenbosch exhibit at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, which showcases South Africa’s rich natural biodiversity and includes a portrait of Nelson Mandela made of proteas, is under construction in London. The exhibit is once again striving for a gold medal – the 34th in its 39-year-history of exhibiting.
Former chair of South Africa’s National Biodiversity Institute board sacked for his boozy celebrations that followed the team’s win at the Chelsea Flower Show in London earlier this year.