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Watch Suzelle DIY and her "Beach Hacks" ideas... www.youtube.com/watch?v=znBqlwRqsh4
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Spice up your garden with the touch of Landscaping Durbanville! Get a free quote by visiting our website!

www.landscapingdurbanville.co.za
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Landscaping Durbanville have been servicing the Western Cape for over ten years, becoming leaders in the landscaping industry. We have extensive experience in cost effective landscaping and maintenance.

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10 Things You Never Knew About Succulents

To say succulents are having a moment right now would be an understatement. But since they’re extremely easy to care for, come in just about every color, and are so very cute, we think their popularity is long overdue. Before you pick up your next stonecrop or agave plant, here’s what you should know:

http://landscapingindurbanville.co.za/10-things-you-never-knew-about-succulents/
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How to Attract Hummingbirds to Your Yard

If you are looking for some frugal summer entertainment, or just a great way to teach your kids about the amazing wonders of mother nature, attracting hummingbirds to your yard can fit both of these orders. Hummingbirds are so fascinating to watch as they look for nectar and enjoy all of the colorful offerings of nature in your yard. If you have yet to catch a glimpse of one in your own yard, there are several easy and inexpensive tips and tricks you can try to make them come about. Take a look below at how easy it is to invite these tiny feathered friends into your yard and enjoy hours of whimsical entertainment.

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6 Steps to a No-Work Cottage Garden:

1. Start small. ”Don’t create a monster that you don’t have time to feed regularly,” Trout says. “Keep your cottage garden small, and most of all, fun.” Over time, as your confidence grows, increase the size.

2. Invest in soil. ”Starting with good, rich, organic soil where plants will thrive with a minimum of watering and fertilizing cuts the work from the start,” Trout says. He also recommends doing a soil test to learn the type of soil you have. Add organic matter yearly, either by purchasing compost or making your own.

3. Position plants carefully. Much work in a garden comes from not having the right plant in the right place. As you gain gardening experience, you can push the envelope, Trout says. “But the healthiest plants — ones that need less care — are those that are in ideal conditions,” he adds.

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