Show posts from:
23 May 2017
As the weather cools the herbs in the garden is thriving. The thyme is looking exceptional, and a trusty cooking companion for the autumn kitchen's more warming dishes.
09 May 2017
Winter Pearmain, a delicious apple variety, is an ancient fruit grown here in our garden under the watchful eye of Oom Anton Roux. For many years he ran his own nursery, where he propagated and grew varieties of old-fashioned gems.
25 April 2017
In the old days, beetroot was quite ordinary – cooked and served as a salad with sweet vinegar, or commercially pickled, causing everything else on the plate to turn red.
19 April 2017
In Autumn the garden alters: at first the ripple of muted colour that transforms into ochre, orange, red and brown. Against this backdrop of colour, pine and eucalyptus stand tall and green.
11 April 2017
Receive the latest blog posts via email
Good things come to those who sign up for our newsletter.