This Sunday 24 January second SALE but this time with a time slot. 2-2.5 hrs per customer/collector. First SALE last Sunday was very successful. Still hundreds of (some rare) plants on display.
In a few months time we move to another place. We can either take our collection with us (well, we take some for sure) or sell. We have chosen for the latter option.
Huge collection cacti and (African) succulent plants for sale. Ideal for landscaping. A.o.: Cycads (with permit), Aloes, Cyphostemmas, Azuro cacti, Boojum tree, Mammillarias. Adenias, Adeniums, Old Man’s Beard, Pachypodium (Geha, Lamerei), Agaves, Neobuxbaumia (cactus), Fero cacti, Astrophytum, Pine-apple trees, etc. All together hundreds plants from small (also in pots) to 2m high.
This Sunday we will work with a time slot per collector/customer (2-2.5 hrs each) so booking is needed. We intend to give each and everyone full individual attention.
Email me (greenc -at- omail.co.za) for details and bookings. First booked = first in!!! (first bookings are already in)
Stanford is only 90 minutes easy driving from Cape Town. Take the N2 to Caledon. Turn right to Bredasdorp and follow this road for approx 20 km (in Caledon: do NOT take a turn towards Hermanus). Turn right to Stanford.
Every now and then we do an upmarket landscaping project with spin off from our garden. Clients are expected to actively participate in the work; just to get the ‘succulent feeling’. We love landscaping minimalism gardens.
SATURDAY 4 JULY between 10AM and 2PM: Annual succulent plant SALE at The Green Cathedral of South Africa: from R 15.00 to R .,000.00 including large cacti and cycads (with permit). 26A De Bruyn Street , Stanford (between Church & Caledon str).
Many indigenous (South) African succulents next to some exotic cacti. All ‘descendants’ of the historical garden we restored between 2000 and 2011 before our move to Stanford. Click on the link for cultivation guidelines; look under ‘Categories’ (in right column) for desired subject and click on it. For example ‘cultivation‘. Another link is the FB-page of The Green Cathedral of South Africa.