Apr 6 - Apr 7R50
In November 2013, the owners started rejuvenating this Old World Garden as they wanted to bring it back to its former glory.
The approach was to create light by pruning the old trees enough to create filtered sun as many of the beds were in deep shade.
Once that had been achieved the beds needed trenching and feeding with tonnes of compost and organic fertilizer.
Here is a mix of Roses, Buddleja Buzz, Penstemmons, mixed Salvia and cascading Convolvulus interspersed with annuals for the season. A touch of old fashioned herbs like Achillea have worked to bring seasonal colour.
The shade gardens have a mix of Plecthranthus, Impatients,Arums,and Hydrangeas. Makayabella is often used in the shade beds to close back ground walls.
The edges of the beds gravel driveways have been defined by the natural rock boarders, so typical of Westcliff.
Contact Margreet 072 400 1559 or Lynne 082 689 0930
Entrance R50.00 per person-Children under 12 free