A colorful farmyard in KZN

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The main house where the couple lives is more than a hundred years old.
The main house where the couple lives is more than a hundred years old.

Photos Sally Chance

Her garden is an ongoing project and over a period of 30 years, she has gradually enlarged it to include the old, almost derelict sheds and buildings on their farm. But Lisa Fraser of Underberg in KwaZulu-Natal is not done yet – in fact, anything but.

“I always find something that needs to be done or something that needs to change,” she says. “When we moved here, the garden was virtually non-existent. Wattle trees and brambles had taken over and most of the walls between the terraces had collapsed.” But there was one highlight: in among the ‘jungle’ lay the remains of an old rose garden

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