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Posted on: Wednesday, 4 May 2011

The Fynbos and Food Festival Photographs

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The Fynbos and Food Festival took place on Family Day, Monday 25 April at the Good Hope Nursery near Cape Point. The nursery specializes in indigenous plants and the staff, full of expert gardening advice were on hand to give tips and assistance. Lines of gardeners (both budding enthusiasts and keen gardeners alike) waited patiently for a few minutes of time with the professionals who pointed out plants and shrubs for sale around the nursery. Stalls sold a selection of pancakes, fresh bread, ginger beer and cupcakes while live entertainment kept visitors tapping their toes as they enjoyed a refreshment in the tea garden or wandered the nursery.

Fynbos and Food Festival

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1 comment about The Fynbos and Food Festival Photographs
  1. May 4th, 2011 at 20:19
    Dennis Cook says:

    Horizon Cottages aims to replace much of our garden with indigenous plants and fynbos and enjoyed this great sale not just for the plants but the fun outing in such a beautiful part of the peninsula.