The Garden Chat with Sandy Munro - 11 May 2019

We often tend to fall into a state of inertia during winter, maybe its the cold and wet, weaker light and short days, maybe just short sighted!!
Keeping warm, good food and wine takes precedence.
Well just the opposite is happening out there in the wild, it’s on the move, hopefully in your garden as well.
You can definitely consider cultivating some interesting herbs that do well in our winter.
Take Rosemary, it’s an all year round shrub with all year round use.
It flowers for long periods, requires little attention…least of all a lot of water, has no pests I know of, and fits into a fynbos come wild garden with no effort!!
Besides, it is essential in the hot kitchen!