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While you may think that there’s nothing to do in the garden in winter, there are quite a few things you can do now so that it looks gorgeous in spring

Similar to this: Growing winter veggies

1. IMPROVE THE SOIL

This is a good time to improve the soil for planting. Start by digging in organic matter like compost, bone meal and hoof and horn into the top 20 – 30cm. This increases water retention, introduces beneficial bacteria and provides nutrients.

2. ADD HEIGHT TO FLAT BEDS

While beds are relatively empty, it’s easy to assess them and see which ones could do with a bit more structure. Obelisks and tripods are an excellent way to make beds look more interesting and give them some height. Either place them in the centre of a square bed or in a row along the length of a border. Make sure that they look in proportion and are not too close together. If decorative, like those in wrought iron, you can leave them bare. But if they’re plain timber tripods, train climbing roses or a flowering creeper over them to add colour.

3. PLANT ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

If you want to give your garden a more contemporary look introduce ornamental grasses. These are very fashionable at the moment and their texture and form make an interesting contrast to the more regular shape of shrubs and perennials. Use them in drifts rather than dotting them about, and look for ones that have attractive seed heads in autumn and winter. Landscaping by The Friendly Plant.

4. STRAIGHTEN BEDS

Another way to update your garden is to square off all those curvy beds. Straight lines look much more up to date and will make edges easier to maintain and mow. An added advantage is that the garden looks neater and more tranquil. Garden design by Foxgloves Landscape Design.

5. EDGE THE BEDS

Then finish off those straightened beds with permanent edging. There’s quite a selection to choose from– bricks, concrete, cobbles, terracotta and timber. Choose one that suits the style of your garden. Thin metal edging works extremely well in modern gardens where you want a very clean, minimalist look. Edging also makes the lawn look neat and saves you having to slice off grass runners that constantly invade flower beds.

6. SORT OUT SHADY AREAS

There are a number of ways to improve shady areas under trees where nothing will grow. However, to maintain the health of the trees, make sure that the surface you use is permeable so rainwater can soak through. In this Jo’burg garden, Create a Landscape planted mondo grass between large pavers and placed pebbles around the water feature to create a permeable surface.

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As summer approaches, our wedding season looks set to be very different from what we had planned. At a time when it’s important to focus on the positives to keep spirits high, what better way to spend your time in isolation than planning this exciting event in your life with our summer issue of SOCIAL & PERSONAL WEDDINGS.

For a peek inside the issue, continue reading below or to subscribe, click on the cover.

First things first - the dress. Every bride wants to feel their most confident and beautiful on the day of their wedding, we offer a little guidance as to which style of gown is best suited to your body shape to help you achieve bridal perfection. And once you’ve found the dream dress, it’s time to focus on the fittings. Each bride goes through a different journey with their dress, some brides need no more than two fittings, others require quite a few more. The most important thing is that the dress fits and flatters you in all of the right places with not a seam out of place. Read up on what to expect for each fitting and the questions you should be asking.

And once you turn your focus towards the planning, your florals are a great place to start! Channel your vision for the overall decor through the florals and build all the other elements around this. Whether you opt for bright and bold or muted and classic, florals have the power to transform any space and become the focal point of your ceremony or reception.

Another key element of wedding planning is ensuring you find the right photographer for you both as a couple. A day which does not allow for do-overs, it’s important you find the best person to perfectly capture the inimitable moments you will share on your wedding day. Each couple has their own personal style and personality so ensure you find a photographer who shares in the same vision as you. We have included some top tips to help you find the best candidate for the job.

When it comes to invitations, there’s so much more to consider than just the invitation alone. From response to reception cards, and accommodation info to your complete wedding itinerary, find out which information needs to be distributed to guests and how. We also tackle the correct etiquette to abide by when composing the wording for your all-important invitations. From religious ceremonies to secular, and including everyone from divorced parents to deceased, we run through the many connotations couples face when wording their invites.

And for those nearing the end of their planning with the big day finally in sight, you are faced with one last hurdle - the dreaded seating chart. Take all the drama and hassle out of this and enjoy the run-up to your wedding stress-free!

While you are sat home ‘cocooning’ during this isolation period, no better time to overhaul your skincare regime and get your complexion wedding day ready. And as tempting as it may be to reach for the biscuits when you’re trapped indoors, resist the urge and instead read up on some simple swaps you can make to your diet. Give your metabolism a boost to help you burn fat faster whilst also loading up on key vitamins and nutrients with these everyday items.

Lastly, I think it’s safe to say we’re all dreaming of the days we can get out and about again and enjoy a little sun on our skin! Start researching your dream honeymoon with some of the hottest honeymoon destinations for the coming year.

- Alexandra

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As summer approaches, our wedding season looks set to be very different from what we had planned. At a time when it’s important to focus on the positives to keep spirits high, what better way to spend your time in isolation than planning this exciting event in your life with our summer issue of SOCIAL & PERSONAL WEDDINGS.

For a peek inside the issue, continue reading below or to subscribe, click on the cover.

First things first - the dress. Every bride wants to feel their most confident and beautiful on the day of their wedding, we offer a little guidance as to which style of gown is best suited to your body shape to help you achieve bridal perfection. And once you’ve found the dream dress, it’s time to focus on the fittings. Each bride goes through a different journey with their dress, some brides need no more than two fittings, others require quite a few more. The most important thing is that the dress fits and flatters you in all of the right places with not a seam out of place. Read up on what to expect for each fitting and the questions you should be asking.

And once you turn your focus towards the planning, your florals are a great place to start! Channel your vision for the overall decor through the florals and build all the other elements around this. Whether you opt for bright and bold or muted and classic, florals have the power to transform any space and become the focal point of your ceremony or reception.

Another key element of wedding planning is ensuring you find the right photographer for you both as a couple. A day which does not allow for do-overs, it’s important you find the best person to perfectly capture the inimitable moments you will share on your wedding day. Each couple has their own personal style and personality so ensure you find a photographer who shares in the same vision as you. We have included some top tips to help you find the best candidate for the job.

When it comes to invitations, there’s so much more to consider than just the invitation alone. From response to reception cards, and accommodation info to your complete wedding itinerary, find out which information needs to be distributed to guests and how. We also tackle the correct etiquette to abide by when composing the wording for your all-important invitations. From religious ceremonies to secular, and including everyone from divorced parents to deceased, we run through the many connotations couples face when wording their invites.

And for those nearing the end of their planning with the big day finally in sight, you are faced with one last hurdle - the dreaded seating chart. Take all the drama and hassle out of this and enjoy the run-up to your wedding stress-free!

While you are sat home ‘cocooning’ during this isolation period, no better time to overhaul your skincare regime and get your complexion wedding day ready. And as tempting as it may be to reach for the biscuits when you’re trapped indoors, resist the urge and instead read up on some simple swaps you can make to your diet. Give your metabolism a boost to help you burn fat faster whilst also loading up on key vitamins and nutrients with these everyday items.

Lastly, I think it’s safe to say we’re all dreaming of the days we can get out and about again and enjoy a little sun on our skin! Start researching your dream honeymoon with some of the hottest honeymoon destinations for the coming year.

- Alexandra

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While you may think that there’s nothing to do in the garden in winter, there are quite a few things you can do now so that it looks gorgeous in spring

Similar to this: Growing winter veggies

1. IMPROVE THE SOIL

This is a good time to improve the soil for planting. Start by digging in organic matter like compost, bone meal and hoof and horn into the top 20 – 30cm. This increases water retention, introduces beneficial bacteria and provides nutrients.

2. ADD HEIGHT TO FLAT BEDS

While beds are relatively empty, it’s easy to assess them and see which ones could do with a bit more structure. Obelisks and tripods are an excellent way to make beds look more interesting and give them some height. Either place them in the centre of a square bed or in a row along the length of a border. Make sure that they look in proportion and are not too close together. If decorative, like those in wrought iron, you can leave them bare. But if they’re plain timber tripods, train climbing roses or a flowering creeper over them to add colour.

3. PLANT ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

If you want to give your garden a more contemporary look introduce ornamental grasses. These are very fashionable at the moment and their texture and form make an interesting contrast to the more regular shape of shrubs and perennials. Use them in drifts rather than dotting them about, and look for ones that have attractive seed heads in autumn and winter. Landscaping by The Friendly Plant.

4. STRAIGHTEN BEDS

Another way to update your garden is to square off all those curvy beds. Straight lines look much more up to date and will make edges easier to maintain and mow. An added advantage is that the garden looks neater and more tranquil. Garden design by Foxgloves Landscape Design.

5. EDGE THE BEDS

Then finish off those straightened beds with permanent edging. There’s quite a selection to choose from– bricks, concrete, cobbles, terracotta and timber. Choose one that suits the style of your garden. Thin metal edging works extremely well in modern gardens where you want a very clean, minimalist look. Edging also makes the lawn look neat and saves you having to slice off grass runners that constantly invade flower beds.

6. SORT OUT SHADY AREAS

There are a number of ways to improve shady areas under trees where nothing will grow. However, to maintain the health of the trees, make sure that the surface you use is permeable so rainwater can soak through. In this Jo’burg garden, Create a Landscape planted mondo grass between large pavers and placed pebbles around the water feature to create a permeable surface.

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https://www.gardenandhome.co.za/gardening/6-garden-updates-to-do-this-winter/

While you may think that there’s nothing to do in the garden in winter, there are quite a few things you can do now so that it looks gorgeous in spring

Similar to this: Growing winter veggies

1. IMPROVE THE SOIL

This is a good time to improve the soil for planting. Start by digging in organic matter like compost, bone meal and hoof and horn into the top 20 – 30cm. This increases water retention, introduces beneficial bacteria and provides nutrients.

2. ADD HEIGHT TO FLAT BEDS

While beds are relatively empty, it’s easy to assess them and see which ones could do with a bit more structure. Obelisks and tripods are an excellent way to make beds look more interesting and give them some height. Either place them in the centre of a square bed or in a row along the length of a border. Make sure that they look in proportion and are not too close together. If decorative, like those in wrought iron, you can leave them bare. But if they’re plain timber tripods, train climbing roses or a flowering creeper over them to add colour.

3. PLANT ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

If you want to give your garden a more contemporary look introduce ornamental grasses. These are very fashionable at the moment and their texture and form make an interesting contrast to the more regular shape of shrubs and perennials. Use them in drifts rather than dotting them about, and look for ones that have attractive seed heads in autumn and winter. Landscaping by The Friendly Plant.

4. STRAIGHTEN BEDS

Another way to update your garden is to square off all those curvy beds. Straight lines look much more up to date and will make edges easier to maintain and mow. An added advantage is that the garden looks neater and more tranquil. Garden design by Foxgloves Landscape Design.

5. EDGE THE BEDS

Then finish off those straightened beds with permanent edging. There’s quite a selection to choose from– bricks, concrete, cobbles, terracotta and timber. Choose one that suits the style of your garden. Thin metal edging works extremely well in modern gardens where you want a very clean, minimalist look. Edging also makes the lawn look neat and saves you having to slice off grass runners that constantly invade flower beds.

6. SORT OUT SHADY AREAS

There are a number of ways to improve shady areas under trees where nothing will grow. However, to maintain the health of the trees, make sure that the surface you use is permeable so rainwater can soak through. In this Jo’burg garden, Create a Landscape planted mondo grass between large pavers and placed pebbles around the water feature to create a permeable surface.

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FOXGLOVES LANDSCAPE DESIGN 083 449 7048

THE FRIENDLY PLANT THEFRIENDLYPLANT.CO.ZA

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https://www.gardenandhome.co.za/gardening/6-garden-updates-to-do-this-winter/

While you may think that there’s nothing to do in the garden in winter, there are quite a few things you can do now so that it looks gorgeous in spring

Similar to this: Growing winter veggies

1. IMPROVE THE SOIL

This is a good time to improve the soil for planting. Start by digging in organic matter like compost, bone meal and hoof and horn into the top 20 – 30cm. This increases water retention, introduces beneficial bacteria and provides nutrients.

2. ADD HEIGHT TO FLAT BEDS

While beds are relatively empty, it’s easy to assess them and see which ones could do with a bit more structure. Obelisks and tripods are an excellent way to make beds look more interesting and give them some height. Either place them in the centre of a square bed or in a row along the length of a border. Make sure that they look in proportion and are not too close together. If decorative, like those in wrought iron, you can leave them bare. But if they’re plain timber tripods, train climbing roses or a flowering creeper over them to add colour.

3. PLANT ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

If you want to give your garden a more contemporary look introduce ornamental grasses. These are very fashionable at the moment and their texture and form make an interesting contrast to the more regular shape of shrubs and perennials. Use them in drifts rather than dotting them about, and look for ones that have attractive seed heads in autumn and winter. Landscaping by The Friendly Plant.

4. STRAIGHTEN BEDS

Another way to update your garden is to square off all those curvy beds. Straight lines look much more up to date and will make edges easier to maintain and mow. An added advantage is that the garden looks neater and more tranquil. Garden design by Foxgloves Landscape Design.

5. EDGE THE BEDS

Then finish off those straightened beds with permanent edging. There’s quite a selection to choose from– bricks, concrete, cobbles, terracotta and timber. Choose one that suits the style of your garden. Thin metal edging works extremely well in modern gardens where you want a very clean, minimalist look. Edging also makes the lawn look neat and saves you having to slice off grass runners that constantly invade flower beds.

6. SORT OUT SHADY AREAS

There are a number of ways to improve shady areas under trees where nothing will grow. However, to maintain the health of the trees, make sure that the surface you use is permeable so rainwater can soak through. In this Jo’burg garden, Create a Landscape planted mondo grass between large pavers and placed pebbles around the water feature to create a permeable surface.

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FOXGLOVES LANDSCAPE DESIGN 083 449 7048

THE FRIENDLY PLANT THEFRIENDLYPLANT.CO.ZA

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https://www.socialandpersonalweddings.ie/inspirations/social-personal-weddings-summer-2020-issue-30610

As summer approaches, our wedding season looks set to be very different from what we had planned. At a time when it’s important to focus on the positives to keep spirits high, what better way to spend your time in isolation than planning this exciting event in your life with our summer issue of SOCIAL & PERSONAL WEDDINGS.

For a peek inside the issue, continue reading below or to subscribe, click on the cover.

First things first - the dress. Every bride wants to feel their most confident and beautiful on the day of their wedding, we offer a little guidance as to which style of gown is best suited to your body shape to help you achieve bridal perfection. And once you’ve found the dream dress, it’s time to focus on the fittings. Each bride goes through a different journey with their dress, some brides need no more than two fittings, others require quite a few more. The most important thing is that the dress fits and flatters you in all of the right places with not a seam out of place. Read up on what to expect for each fitting and the questions you should be asking.

And once you turn your focus towards the planning, your florals are a great place to start! Channel your vision for the overall decor through the florals and build all the other elements around this. Whether you opt for bright and bold or muted and classic, florals have the power to transform any space and become the focal point of your ceremony or reception.

Another key element of wedding planning is ensuring you find the right photographer for you both as a couple. A day which does not allow for do-overs, it’s important you find the best person to perfectly capture the inimitable moments you will share on your wedding day. Each couple has their own personal style and personality so ensure you find a photographer who shares in the same vision as you. We have included some top tips to help you find the best candidate for the job.

When it comes to invitations, there’s so much more to consider than just the invitation alone. From response to reception cards, and accommodation info to your complete wedding itinerary, find out which information needs to be distributed to guests and how. We also tackle the correct etiquette to abide by when composing the wording for your all-important invitations. From religious ceremonies to secular, and including everyone from divorced parents to deceased, we run through the many connotations couples face when wording their invites.

And for those nearing the end of their planning with the big day finally in sight, you are faced with one last hurdle - the dreaded seating chart. Take all the drama and hassle out of this and enjoy the run-up to your wedding stress-free!

While you are sat home ‘cocooning’ during this isolation period, no better time to overhaul your skincare regime and get your complexion wedding day ready. And as tempting as it may be to reach for the biscuits when you’re trapped indoors, resist the urge and instead read up on some simple swaps you can make to your diet. Give your metabolism a boost to help you burn fat faster whilst also loading up on key vitamins and nutrients with these everyday items.

Lastly, I think it’s safe to say we’re all dreaming of the days we can get out and about again and enjoy a little sun on our skin! Start researching your dream honeymoon with some of the hottest honeymoon destinations for the coming year.

- Alexandra

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https://www.socialandpersonalweddings.ie/inspirations/social-personal-weddings-summer-2020-issue-30610

As summer approaches, our wedding season looks set to be very different from what we had planned. At a time when it’s important to focus on the positives to keep spirits high, what better way to spend your time in isolation than planning this exciting event in your life with our summer issue of SOCIAL & PERSONAL WEDDINGS.

For a peek inside the issue, continue reading below or to subscribe, click on the cover.

First things first - the dress. Every bride wants to feel their most confident and beautiful on the day of their wedding, we offer a little guidance as to which style of gown is best suited to your body shape to help you achieve bridal perfection. And once you’ve found the dream dress, it’s time to focus on the fittings. Each bride goes through a different journey with their dress, some brides need no more than two fittings, others require quite a few more. The most important thing is that the dress fits and flatters you in all of the right places with not a seam out of place. Read up on what to expect for each fitting and the questions you should be asking.

And once you turn your focus towards the planning, your florals are a great place to start! Channel your vision for the overall decor through the florals and build all the other elements around this. Whether you opt for bright and bold or muted and classic, florals have the power to transform any space and become the focal point of your ceremony or reception.

Another key element of wedding planning is ensuring you find the right photographer for you both as a couple. A day which does not allow for do-overs, it’s important you find the best person to perfectly capture the inimitable moments you will share on your wedding day. Each couple has their own personal style and personality so ensure you find a photographer who shares in the same vision as you. We have included some top tips to help you find the best candidate for the job.

When it comes to invitations, there’s so much more to consider than just the invitation alone. From response to reception cards, and accommodation info to your complete wedding itinerary, find out which information needs to be distributed to guests and how. We also tackle the correct etiquette to abide by when composing the wording for your all-important invitations. From religious ceremonies to secular, and including everyone from divorced parents to deceased, we run through the many connotations couples face when wording their invites.

And for those nearing the end of their planning with the big day finally in sight, you are faced with one last hurdle - the dreaded seating chart. Take all the drama and hassle out of this and enjoy the run-up to your wedding stress-free!

While you are sat home ‘cocooning’ during this isolation period, no better time to overhaul your skincare regime and get your complexion wedding day ready. And as tempting as it may be to reach for the biscuits when you’re trapped indoors, resist the urge and instead read up on some simple swaps you can make to your diet. Give your metabolism a boost to help you burn fat faster whilst also loading up on key vitamins and nutrients with these everyday items.

Lastly, I think it’s safe to say we’re all dreaming of the days we can get out and about again and enjoy a little sun on our skin! Start researching your dream honeymoon with some of the hottest honeymoon destinations for the coming year.

- Alexandra

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https://www.gardenandhome.co.za/gardening/6-garden-updates-to-do-this-winter/

While you may think that there’s nothing to do in the garden in winter, there are quite a few things you can do now so that it looks gorgeous in spring

Similar to this: Growing winter veggies

1. IMPROVE THE SOIL

This is a good time to improve the soil for planting. Start by digging in organic matter like compost, bone meal and hoof and horn into the top 20 – 30cm. This increases water retention, introduces beneficial bacteria and provides nutrients.

2. ADD HEIGHT TO FLAT BEDS

While beds are relatively empty, it’s easy to assess them and see which ones could do with a bit more structure. Obelisks and tripods are an excellent way to make beds look more interesting and give them some height. Either place them in the centre of a square bed or in a row along the length of a border. Make sure that they look in proportion and are not too close together. If decorative, like those in wrought iron, you can leave them bare. But if they’re plain timber tripods, train climbing roses or a flowering creeper over them to add colour.

3. PLANT ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

If you want to give your garden a more contemporary look introduce ornamental grasses. These are very fashionable at the moment and their texture and form make an interesting contrast to the more regular shape of shrubs and perennials. Use them in drifts rather than dotting them about, and look for ones that have attractive seed heads in autumn and winter. Landscaping by The Friendly Plant.

4. STRAIGHTEN BEDS

Another way to update your garden is to square off all those curvy beds. Straight lines look much more up to date and will make edges easier to maintain and mow. An added advantage is that the garden looks neater and more tranquil. Garden design by Foxgloves Landscape Design.

5. EDGE THE BEDS

Then finish off those straightened beds with permanent edging. There’s quite a selection to choose from– bricks, concrete, cobbles, terracotta and timber. Choose one that suits the style of your garden. Thin metal edging works extremely well in modern gardens where you want a very clean, minimalist look. Edging also makes the lawn look neat and saves you having to slice off grass runners that constantly invade flower beds.

6. SORT OUT SHADY AREAS

There are a number of ways to improve shady areas under trees where nothing will grow. However, to maintain the health of the trees, make sure that the surface you use is permeable so rainwater can soak through. In this Jo’burg garden, Create a Landscape planted mondo grass between large pavers and placed pebbles around the water feature to create a permeable surface.

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FOXGLOVES LANDSCAPE DESIGN 083 449 7048

THE FRIENDLY PLANT THEFRIENDLYPLANT.CO.ZA

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While you may think that there’s nothing to do in the garden in winter, there are quite a few things you can do now so that it looks gorgeous in spring

Similar to this: Growing winter veggies

1. IMPROVE THE SOIL

This is a good time to improve the soil for planting. Start by digging in organic matter like compost, bone meal and hoof and horn into the top 20 – 30cm. This increases water retention, introduces beneficial bacteria and provides nutrients.

2. ADD HEIGHT TO FLAT BEDS

While beds are relatively empty, it’s easy to assess them and see which ones could do with a bit more structure. Obelisks and tripods are an excellent way to make beds look more interesting and give them some height. Either place them in the centre of a square bed or in a row along the length of a border. Make sure that they look in proportion and are not too close together. If decorative, like those in wrought iron, you can leave them bare. But if they’re plain timber tripods, train climbing roses or a flowering creeper over them to add colour.

3. PLANT ORNAMENTAL GRASSES

If you want to give your garden a more contemporary look introduce ornamental grasses. These are very fashionable at the moment and their texture and form make an interesting contrast to the more regular shape of shrubs and perennials. Use them in drifts rather than dotting them about, and look for ones that have attractive seed heads in autumn and winter. Landscaping by The Friendly Plant.

4. STRAIGHTEN BEDS

Another way to update your garden is to square off all those curvy beds. Straight lines look much more up to date and will make edges easier to maintain and mow. An added advantage is that the garden looks neater and more tranquil. Garden design by Foxgloves Landscape Design.

5. EDGE THE BEDS

Then finish off those straightened beds with permanent edging. There’s quite a selection to choose from– bricks, concrete, cobbles, terracotta and timber. Choose one that suits the style of your garden. Thin metal edging works extremely well in modern gardens where you want a very clean, minimalist look. Edging also makes the lawn look neat and saves you having to slice off grass runners that constantly invade flower beds.

6. SORT OUT SHADY AREAS

There are a number of ways to improve shady areas under trees where nothing will grow. However, to maintain the health of the trees, make sure that the surface you use is permeable so rainwater can soak through. In this Jo’burg garden, Create a Landscape planted mondo grass between large pavers and placed pebbles around the water feature to create a permeable surface.

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FOXGLOVES LANDSCAPE DESIGN 083 449 7048

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