‘The Greeff Cape Of All Seasons Garden’

An indigenous garden which seeks to capture the floral diversity of the Table Mountain range, based on the unique micro climates and soil conditions occurring on different slopes. One side of the garden, therefore features low-growing, wind and drought resistant, hardy fynbos – typical of the harsh west-facing slopes, which are exposed to salty ocean sprays – while the other side showcases lush, shade-bathing plants which flourish in the kloofs and fertile ravines above Newlands.  The overall design seeks to highlight not only how these contrasting species have adapted to their surroundings, but indeed that they blend seamlessly together in a harmonious partnership only nature could engineer.