I’m Saffron. With over 400 indoor plants, I’ve found my passion in life and I want to share that happiness with as many people as possible. I blog among other things about what it’s like to live in a jungle house, raising a toddler to be plant friendly and the South African plant community.
With a passion about expanding that community, I started Saffron’s Garden Plant Club – a subscription based service that surprises members with a new plant and plant-related gift each month.
South Africa is home to many plant lovers and entrepreneurs and I’m always happy to make new friends, if you have any questions or just want to reach out, I’d love to hear from you.
Make a Jungle
I’ve loved being a part of the Saffron’s Garden Plant Club community. As a hobbyist, Saffron has taught me so much and brought incredible new plants into my home. I learn something new each month and I love that she’s there to provide tips and tricks when I need a little help.
Latest from the Blog
It’s my birthday on the 25th of October- so I decided to put up some cuttings on the day of my favourite plant: The Variegated Monstera. There will be 20 of them up for sale at 6pm on the 25th of October 2021 on my site. The Basics: Basically. These plants are expensive. There are … Continue reading The Birthday Variegated Monstera Sale
October is my birthday month, and I’ve always seen it as a time for celebration. So we cranked up the creativity and made a super green month of it. The Plants The Classic boxes had beautiful Philodendron brasil plants in them. Originating from Central America and the Caribbean, these heartleaf plants are beautiful with their … Continue reading Plant Club: OCtober 2021
We all know the drill. A few months back you made a cutting and put the plant into a little water vase that’s been sitting on your kitchen counter. It’s now been quite some time and you can see that the plant has lots of little white or pink roots. But what now? A lot … Continue reading From Water Props to Plants
Garden Day is a chance for people across South Africa to down tools and celebrate their gardens. The first time I heard about Garden Day was in 2017. I JUMPED at the opportunity to celebrate it, not only because I love gardens and all things green but also because of the genius trademark that the … Continue reading Garden Day SA 2021