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Dura Stone Paving – Paving Contractor Gauteng

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Dura Stone Paving situated in Bredell on the East Rand have been producing exquisite paving solutions for the past 14 years. From cobble walkways to beautiful poolside paving and neat driveways.
Dura Stone Paving also manufacture all their own paving stones that come in a variety of colours: Desert SandLeopardTanSandstoneHyena Dove GreyCharcoal Natural
To ensure that they offer a wide variety of paving solutions that will accommodate different needs that clients may require their range extends from 100mm square to 400mm square with other configurations in between. These are all available in the colours mentioned above.
If you look at their recently created website you will notice that they have done some magnificent projects at schools, complexes, private homes, and business sites. Driveways, carport paving, poolside paving, and walkway paving are part of their forte. You will find that their work is of a very high standard and looks very neat and attractive.
Because they have been pr…

Strawberry Pot Project Update

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A while ago I decided to try growing strawberries in pots. Today I decided to photograph the progress so far with this project

My strawberry plant is already producing some fruit in the round plastic plant pot with saucer from RJE Distributors (they supply nurseries and gardening shops).

About two years ago I bought a pot of strawberry plants from Goodies4Gardens. Since then the strawberry patch has grown and spread out over a whole section of our little backyard garden. Those strawberry plants have been branching out like crazy. My wife, Maggie, said we must get some pots for the young plants.

Growing our own strawberries have been so pleasant because we get fresh strawberries from our garden and we eat them just after picking them - you don't get fresher than that. The strawberry plants in the back yard are still producing fruit that we enjoy on a regular basis.

So, my "strawberry plant in a pot" project is doing well. The latest photograph is a testimony to that. All I m…