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After reading about all of the wonderful health benefits of Lemongrass I planted a tiny pot of...

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I have been asked for some info on SA gardening.  Here is a start.

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Yes, it was a cold wet spring and yes, this summer yielded slightly less of some of our standard...

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I noticed for the first time when we went shopping this weekend that more and more shops are now...

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