South Africa
Nonqanda WE team Transforms to Water Wise Indiginous
Posted by Nonqanda primary, South Africa on 24 July 2018

How rewarding . When we started this morning we had no garden and now we have an amazing water wise indigenous garden with more than 12 different varieties of succulents and aloes. This will surely encourage birds and insects back to our school. Indigenous gardens are low maintenance and require very little water. On planting we watered with grey water we had brought from home to give the garden a boost.  We also labelled each plant and learned their scientific, common and isiZulu names and uses. 

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