Get involved in an exciting documentary about seven mammal species living in and around Cape Town. This initiative aims to highlight their will to survive in the face of an ever increasing urban expansion. For more information… http://www.starkeayresgc.co.za/general/rosebank-starke-ayres-garden-centre-cape-town-nursery-plants-flowers-soil-seeds-landscaping-products
12 December: Late Night Shopping
We will be offering late night shopping until 9pm with a visit from a local church choir. There will be in-house specials with some light drinks and snacks. Don’t miss out!
We will be hosting a Christmas-with-a-difference this year, a great way to spend the day for the whole family. Click below for details… http://www.starkeayresgc.co.za/general/west-coast-village-starke-ayres-garden-centre-cape-town-nursery-plants-flowers-soil-seeds-landscaping-products
Here are some of this season’s favourites: Hydrangeas, Fuschias and Roses…http://www.starkeayresgc.co.za/news/christmas-gardening-starke-ayres-garden-centre-cape-town-nursery-landscaping-soil-seeds-flowers-restaurant/0/726
Aloe, Hoodia, Crassula, Bulbine and Cotyledon are a few of the well-known genera making up the large and variable group of plants known as succulents.
Even those who weren’t present on the day stood a chance of winning. In addition, 44 consolation prizes were awarded! These ranged from meal vouchers to Fraiche Ayres, cookery books, 10kg and 5kg 3:1:5 organic fertilizer, bird feeders as well as suet, seed and fertilizer prizes. Unfortunately 30 of the 44 consolation prizes drawn were not in attendance but prizes have been placed aside and await winners collection from our Garden Centre as soon as they are able.
Click here to view some of the winners and fun on the day.
Above: Well done to Amber Jennings for winning the Moto Mia Milano Scooter.
Summer is a sniff away; some would even say it has arrived! With the longer days and warmer weather, our gardens are going to need a bit of a face-lift in preparation for all the outdoor fun.
Pelargoniums are popular garden plants. The genus boasts a variety of growth forms, from shrubbery to succulents.
They are drought tolerant and make for excellent water wise gardening. Click here for more information…
Beans, beans, beans, where to start? Well, as summer kicks in and you find yourself a little busy, at least you’ll have peace of mind knowing that beans are one of the easiest and most rewarding veg to plant, requiring little effort on your part.