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What's on promotion this month?

At Keith Kirsten Waterfall Wilds , we’re enthusiastic gardening evangelists and we always welcome beginners with open arms. To help as many people as possible enjoy the sense of wonder and satisfaction that comes from gardening, we regularly run special offers on the plants, equipment and supplies you need to transform your outside spaces. We also like to share new ideas on garden design so that you can save and be inspired at the same time.

We say hello to July - hard to believe that it already more than half way through 2018.   

It’s time to:

  • Turn out your compost heap
  • Clean out your tool-shed
  • Paint any wood to protect it from future rain
  • Plant up your favourite plant in an unusual container

Don’t be afraid to pull out summer annuals like begonias, marigolds, bedding salvias and vincas.  They will all be past their prime and even if you don’t like the idea of the garden without colour it will only be for a short time until the spring flowering annuals show their beautiful blooms.

Why Prune?

  • To keep plants in shape
  • To encourage flowering and vigorous new growth
  • To manipulate a shrub into a decorative form
  • To curtail growth where a plant gets out of hand
  • To remove dead, diseased or weak growth

 

When to Prune?

  • Deciduous shrubs and trees: at the end of winter
  • Flowering shrubs: directly after flower
  • Foliage shrubs: late spring to early summer
  • Try not to prune before the 15th of July as the weather is still too cold.

A golden rule for pruning is: “Prune to the node”. A node is the point on a plant stem from which leaves or lateral branches grow.

This is the month of Nelson Mandela's birth and we celebrate this most remarkable man who, together with his close comrades, never gave up the fight for freedom and vision of a liberated country.

"Let your greatness bloom" - Nelson Mandela

Happy winter gardening!

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30% OFF

Ludwig's Insect Spray (200ml)

Dealing with unwanted insects in your garden doesn’t mean you have to cover your garden with toxic chemicals. 

Ludwig’s Insect Spray is a broad spectrum organic insecticide for the control of insects on edible crops, roses, herbs and ornamentals. It contains garlic juice extract, canola oil, natural pyrethrum (pyrethrins)

It controls Ants, aphids, red spider mite, white fly, astylus beetle, chafer beetle, CMR beetle, Flower beetle, American bollworm, thrips, wood-eating termites.

Now at R105.00 to keep those bugs at bay - until end of July 2018.

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30% OFF

Secateurs

Pruner Prof By-pass 4.

Why Prune?

  • To keep plants in shape
  • To encourage flowering and vigorous new growth
  • ]to manipulate a shrub into a decorative form
  • To curtail growth where a plant gets out of hand
  • To remove dead, diseased or weak growth

Get a-hedge of the rest with this promotional offer! Now only R 215.00 until 31st July 2018.

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30% OFF

Aloe Sea Urchin

Aloes have largely been overlooked, yet they have enormous potential as garden plants.  Their ability to withstand dry conditions, appealing foliage and amazing diverse floral displays makes them exceptionally suitable in the modern horticultural scene that is always looking for something new.

Aloe Sea Urchin is a charming small Aloe that flowers later in the season. It is drought resistant and moderately disease resistant.  Attractive orange/red flowers are prodcued late into winter.  Aloe Sea Urchin is well suited to small gardens, containers and mass planting.

Don't pass up this craysea offer! Was R 135.00 now only R 99.95 until 31st July 2018.

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30% OFF

Osteospermum

The striking bold colours of this indigenous beauty clearly dispel all and any suggestions that indigenous gardens have to be dull, dreary and boring. 

Like other indigenous daisy-type flowers, Osteospermums require full sun for the flowers to fully open. As such they are ideal specimens for rockeries, borders and flower beds. They are also highly suited to container plantings.

Osteospermums have low water requirements and offer a stunning water-wise option for the gardener. Ensure they are planted in well composted soil and while they only require minimal watering, they should not be allowed to dry out.

Now only R 41.95 (17cm) until the end of July 2018.

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30% OFF

Strawberry

Growing ones one strawberries is so rewarding – a strawberry freshly picked tastes like no other!

New plants are available already growing strongly in pots.  Plant them in full sun in a rich soil and prevent slugs and snails by mulching with straw, pieces of lavender, bark chips or pine needles. 

Strawberries send out runners which can be transplanted once they have rooted.  They also make a beautiful border to the vegetable bed and are a beneficial companion to many of them.

Was R39.95 now only R27.95 runs from 1st until end of July.  This is a berry special offer.