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May 2019

ALOE RIDGE

25th May 2019 - 26th May 2019
Aloe Ridge, 303C Olievenhout Avenue
Northriding., Gauteng South Africa
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R30.00

Olievenhout Avenue, Northriding As so many people begged to see the garden when  Aloes are flowering  and it is   at its most  most spectacular ,the owner very kindly agreed to open it again  in May when 600 aloes will be at various stages of flowering ALOE RIdge ,an indigenous garden, is set in the Northriding Agricultural Holdings Valley just below the Northgate Dome. There are over 300 planted South African indigenous tree species growing amongst the original Ancient African Olives,…

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Oct 2019

Roedean School

5th Oct 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Roedean School, Princess of Wales Terrace
Parktown, Gauteng South Africa
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R50

A BLOOMING AFFAIR- Garden and Craft Market Day Roedean School has a truly magnificent garden of botanical interest, which intertwines with the schools 116-year history. The Herbert Baker buildings are complemented by beds filled with a great variety of plants, with roses abounding. Visit the Anne Lorentz Peace garden, which is an indigenous water garden at the start of the Roedean Kopje walk. There will be a variety of plants for sale and enjoy a guided tour by Fiorina Jansen…

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Highcloud

12th Oct 2019 - 13th Oct 2019
HIGH CLOUD, High Coud Rd,
Irene,
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R50.00

Michelle’s Garden, High Cloud High Cloud Rd , Irene (25 minutes drive from Johannesburg) High Cloud will welcome you to this magnificent park-like estate in the peaceful surroundings of Irene. Set on 10 acres with 5 acres under planting, this garden is both beautiful and unusual. Paths lined with trees of many varieties  guide one through annual and perennial beds . Humpbacked bridges span the many ponds where swans glide regally and then lead onto the wonderfully whimsical follies. An…

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NORTHWARDS HOUSE

26th Oct 2019 - 27th Oct 2019
NORTHWARD, 21 Rockridge Rd
Parktown, Gauteng
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R30.00

21 Rockridge Rd, Parktown This historic home in Parktown built by Herbert Baker was once the home of the Dale Laces and then the home of Sir George Albu. As one enters there is a small koppie with indigenous plantings. The rest of the garden follows a more traditional style of Baker Italianate gardens modelled on Gertrude Jekyll ideas. At this time of year one looks down from the garden over a sea of mauve jacaranda blossoms. A view not…

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Judith Williams

26th Oct 2019 - 27th Oct 2019
Judith Williams, 36 Pallinghurst Road
Westcliff,
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R30.00

  36 Pallinhurst Rd, Westcliff 10 am-5 pm Beautiful old stone walls surround the gated entrance to this garden. A brick pathway with herbaceous borders on either side, filled with mixed plantings of roses, azaleas and annuals welcomes you.To the left of the house is a wooded area with a small stream and pond  then one goes up onto a lawn with a magnificent view. Below the ridge is a wooded wild garden with a waterfall. If you like to…

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Nov 2019

Random Harvest

9th Nov 2019 - 10th Nov 2019
RANDOM HARVEST, Plot 57,Nooitgedacht,College Rd
Muldersdrift,
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R30.00

9-10 November 10 am-5 pm Random Harvest Garden, Plot 57, Nooitgedacht, College Road, Muldersdrift(S26 01.796 E27 53.649) Random Harvest’s garden  features a variety of carefully created habitats for wildlife.  Birds (169 species on their list), many pollinating insects and other creatures abound in the sanctuary provided for them. The gardens  are run on natural principles without the use of harmful pesticides, which accounts for the quantity and diversity of creatures present.Of interest are the beautiful indigenous trees, many of which…

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Beechwood Gardens

22nd Nov 2019 - 24th Nov 2019
Beechwood Garden, 25 Christopherson Road
Hyde Park, South Africa
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R50.00

    Christopher and Susan Greig Beechwood Gardens, 25 Christopherson Road, Hyde Park Once again we are privileged to present Beechwood Gardens, which over the years have become a highlight on the Johannesburg calendar. Laid out in 1945 by legendary landscape architect, Joane Pim and redesigned by the current owners, this 3.5 acre garden surrounds a magnificent old world homestead, designed by Steffen Arends and features a colossal water oak which is believed to be the largest tree in Johannesburg!…

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Feb 2020

Moot House

Feb 29 - Mar 1
Moothouse, 47 The Valley Rd
Parktown,
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R30.00

  10am – 5pm The beautiful terraced garden at historic Moot House has recently been extensively revamped.  The formal rose garden with gravel pathways and raised beds gives way to expansive lawns and a glorious shade garden with tree ferns, whimsical corners and paved pathways.  The contrast between the wide-open sunny spaces and the shaded areas is wonderful. This is a garden of vistas with meandering paths winding through cleverly planted beds with a mixture of indigenous and exotic plants…

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Mar 2020

Gordon Harrison

Mar 14 - Mar 15
gordon harrison, 43 The River Road
Bryanston,
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R30.00

10am-5pm The Head Gardener “After 17 years of trying and not succeeding with different garden styles, we have embraced our steep, south facing slope, heaps of rock, heavy winter frost and a limited budget.   Less formal, more indigenous and natural, is our new approach! Please join us and be part of our gardening journey.” TEA  AND  CHAMPAGNE GARDEN    

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Jane McKenzie

Mar 14 - Mar 15
jane mckenzie, 26 Portman Road
Bryanston,
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R30.00

10 am- 5pm Jane Mckenzie 26 Portman Road, Bryanston As you wander through Jane's beautiful, indigenous garden in the heart of Bryanston, you experience a sense of peace and tranquillity created by the canopy of trees which she planted 25 years ago. The many paths leading from the house take one on a journey of discovery to different sections of the garden where a variety of  indigenous plants such as plectranthus and aloes cover the banks, and agapanthus bloom. The…

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