Woven Cascade

BLOG Woven Cascade A young Norwegian couple relocated to South Africa in 2010 and sourced this property shortly after their arrival. From a single storey house with a swimming pool on ground measuring 753 square metres, the new build now spans a total covered area of...

VISI | Oranjezicht Boutique Hotel | Sweet Escape

Cape Town is one of those places where, if you’re lucky, you can find a property in the suburbs that’s surrounded by nature, has sea views and is located minutes from the city. Camissa House is just that: named after the Khoena word for “the place of sweet waters”,...

In the Green

Thinking about overhauling your garden this spring? Follow these pointers so you don’t outgrow your budget – Words by Jade Taylor Cooke PINCH PENNIES WITH A WATER-WISE GARDEN ‘The Western Cape drought made everyone aware of the true cost of our gardens in terms of...

House & Leisure – January 2013 – Gardening Trends

Whether your green space is an urban enclave or an expansive garden, landscaper Chris Maddams of Red Daffodil offers up 10 trends to look out for during the months ahead… 1. INDIGENOUS TREES These will grow up to become the centrepiece of your outside space. Just be...

The Slopes of Signal Hill – ProLandscaper March 2017

At the first site meeting in winter 2014 to discuss the garden for a new house Chris Maddams of Red Daffodil climbed a steep stretch of muddy hillside, covered in rubble & building material overlooking the city of Cape Town. The idea of a lush garden seemed...

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