This young botanical garden is
located in George, on the south coast of South African. Just north of
the centre of the city, in marvelous surroundings. This in not un-cut grass,
but 50 different indigenous plants, providing food for numerous birds. I
visited in 2005.
The succulent hill
provides good drainages for the plants, use to dryer conditions on the
mountains in the rear.
An other area displays the
A real long bed with numerous
succulents along the famous Montague Railroad.
The large lake in
the centre of the garden.
The more classic part of the garden
show how it is possible to grow
the indigenous plants in a traditional