One of the numerous places off the beaten track in South Africa: Napier Mountain with its magnificent views that even on a hazy day (when the pictures were shot) reach 50 kilometer and further (with a 300mm lens). Imagine seeing 10,000 square kilometer below your toes while making a turn of 360 degrees. That includes the Southernmost tip of the African Continent and places like Elim, Struisbaai, Caledon and Arniston. And at the foothills in the valley is Napier. Another ‘attraction’ in the mountain is a walk to the Bat Cave. It’s a moderate hike but watch out for the bee swarms once you enter the cave.
Valentine’s Day coming up: Surprise you dearest with a laminated wooden seed box (SA-Made) with inlaid cotyledon.
Very limited edition. 3 Sizes: 19 x 6 x 4.5 cm ( = l x w x h) Only one available with seeds of 5 different succulent plants. Square boxes (10 x 10 x 4 cm) Only 6 available with 5 seed packages. These first 2 models are R 275.00 each.
The large rectangle model (5 left) measures 20 x 11.5 x 3.5 cm and comes with 10 seed packages: R 395.00 each. Add per order R 65.00 for P+P.
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.