Spring time at Good Hope Gardens Nursery
I love Springtime at Cape Point. Mild sunny weather with no wind, beautiful fynbos flowers on show, tortoises start emerging (and some snakes too) a few showers for the plants, and have I mentioned no wind?
Here is whats been happening:
Critically endangered (Red data listed) Watsonia humilis.
Roof garden of the retail office
Calendula in flower in the veggie garden
We finally have our very own Good Hope Gardens Nursery veggie garden seeds!
Selaginella in the shade in the retail.
Spring tortoise makes an appearance.
Beautiful flowers ready for the Spring sale.
Enjoy the weather everyone and happy planting!
Posted on September 28, 2012, in Fynbos, Indigenous beauties, Organic vegetables, Photos, Plant Sale, Planting, Spring Sale, Wildlife and tagged Good Hope Gardens Nursery, Photos, plants, pot plants, Rain, Retail, veggie garden, wind. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.