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Bugle CALL

“You can never have too many climbers in your garden,” says plant specialist Leoné Williams of Petal Faire Nursery in Pretoria. “But, remember that while most are well behaved and will obediently fill up a trellis or neatly cover your pergola, there are some that, given the chance, will try and take over,” she warns. To get plentiful blooms over the longest period, plant them in good soil, water regularly, feed in spring with Talborne’s Vita Fruit and Flower

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