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The finest collection of exotic trees in South Africa
The finest collection of exotic trees in South Africa

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Green Legacy Hiroshima, a joint UNITAR/ANT-Hiroshima Initiative, spreads surviving seeds and saplings from Hiroshima’s A-Bomb around the world. Last weekend, four of these special saplings were planted in Arderne Gardens. Many thanks to the Cape Argus for covering the event.
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Friends of FOTAG might be interested in visiting the exhibition Flora Old and New at the UCT Irma Stern Museum, which runs until 1 Oct. Further details on website: http://www.irmasternmuseum.org.za/floraoldandnew/default.asp

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Keith Kirsten , great supporter of Arderne, planting an Araucaria on the sidewalk outside entrance on Main road Claremont Cape Town. (via Hank Lith)
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Meet one of the most beautiful residents of Arderne Gardens...
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Here's a little "summer preview" for you... what color and texture!

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Join us and discover the Arderne Gardens, a green oasis nestled in the heart of the Southern Suburbs. Experienced tour guide Hank Lith will take you through the gardens and introduce you to one of the largest and oldest collections of exotic trees in Southern Africa. 

The guided walk has a minimum donation of R30 per person and part of the proceeds will go to the Friends of the Arderne Gardens. The entrance to the garden and parking on the street is free.

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Join us and discover the Arderne Gardens, a green oasis nestled in the heart of the Southern Suburbs. Experienced tour guide Hank Lith will take you through the gardens and introduce you to one of the largest and oldest collections of exotic trees in Southern Africa. 

The guided walk has a minimum donation of R30 per person, and part of the proceeds will go to the Friends of the Arderne Gardens. The entrance to the garden and parking on the street is free.
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