Listings in Botanical Gardens
Botanical Gardens to visit in South Africa:
Established in 1946. A pristine getaway. 76 hectares. An urban oasis situated in the Eastern suburbs in South Africa's capital Pretoria.
2 Cussonia Avenue,
Established in 1921. Found on the outskirts of Worcester in the Western Cape, 155 hectares of semi-desert vegetation, 11 of which is cultivated. The Karoo Desert National Botanical Garden is the only succulent garden in the Southern hemisphere.
Roux Road, Panarama, Off N1
Worcester, Western Cape
Established in 1969. The garden is shaped by the two rivers that runs thru namely the Crocodile and Nels River.
Off the R40 Whit e River Road,
Turn off at Riverside Value Mart Intersection
Established in 1874. Flowering every season of the year KwaZulu Natal Botanical Garden is full of grandeur and charm.
2 Swartkop Road
This lovely garden is situated in the centre of the coastal fynbos where the flora is at its richest. Established in 1959. 10 hectares of cultivated fynbos garden and 190.5 of pristine natural fynbos.
Cnr Clarence Drive & Broadwith Road
Betty's Bay, Western Cape
The Free State National Botanical Gardens was established in 1967 and is also known as the City of Roses.
Rayton Road , Off Dan Pienaar Drive, R702
Johannesburg Botanical Garden is one of the youngest gardens in the country at only 30 years of age. Covers 81 hectares. Over 30 000 tress, over 10 000 roses in the Rose Garden. Sits on the Western shores of the Emmerentia Dam.