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The Irene School of Garden Design is a leader in garden design education. We offer a variety of course options to encompass the needs of prospective students, garden enthusiasts, designers and landscapers. Irene School of Garden Design is the only school offering part time, full time and short courses for garden design in South Africa. We believe that the courses we offer will appeal to people ranging from the garden enthusiast to the entrepreneur and our courses are presented in an enjoyable and educational milieu to help you achieve the pinnacle of success.read more
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- It is crucial to state that South Africa is not delivering enough Landscape designers, credible Landscape Installers and Landscape Architects. In this article the Irene School of Garden Design will try to briefly demystify in layman’s terms what all this means, as well as indicate ways of getting there.Read More
- Water Wise Gardening Count every drop, because every drop counts… For many of us the recent drought forced us to look at how we garden differently. Our office had such an overwhelming amount of requests for more information and tips that we thought it helpful to publish a bit of background information as well guidelines for water wise gardening. Contrary Continue ReadingRead More
- The 5 reasons why you should have a garden include the following: Less allergies and dust - A recent UK study revealed that just 5 trees around your house can reduce dust and allergens in your home by up to 30% if the right trees are chosen. This is great news for people who despise dust. Swabs and samples were taken from all static electronic devices in 5 homes before and after trees were temporarily placed around the homes, and revealed that after 2 weeks the dust, volatile organic compounds and allergens were reduced by almost 30%.Read More
- The students of 2015 went all out to show that they are the best in the industry with their final presentations in February this year. Needless to say all the students must have had nerves of steel, but the school believe that the roots they provide will always result in a hardy resilient plant, and the students was tasked with a mammoth final project which they had to present to a panel of well- known Landscape Architects and Industry specialists.Read More