The Cape Horticultural Society encourages experienced and amateur gardeners to meet like-minded people who want to share knowledge, and to promote biodiversity, where plants flourish and the balance of nature exists.

Monthly Meeting

MONTHLY PRESENTATIONS

Our next meeting will be on 3 July 2024.

THE HISTORIC HEUNINGBERG AND THE SURROUNDING FLORA AND FAUNA OF THE SWARTLAND

The Cape Horticultural Society will host Geoff Tribe whose illustrated talk will move from the prehistoric rock art of the Heuningberg area and the abundant grasslands that existed in 1660, which supported thousands of grazing species and Khoisan hunters, through to the present day when, despite the enormous changes to the environment, the magnificent colonies of the unique cape honeybees still remain intact in the Heuningberg area .

We meet …

ON: The first Monday evening of every month at 19:30 (new starting time).

AT: The Athenaeum, off Campground Road, next to the WPCC (PPC Park) in Newlands, on the grounds of Boundary Terraces. Secure parking is available (driver’s licence to be shown at the entrance).

ENTRY: R30,00 for non-members. Enjoy a cup of tea and biscuits after the meeting.

Plants are on sale.

Visitors are always welcome. We hope to welcome you to a meeting.

Here is a selection of the presentations we managed to record before we re-commenced ‘live’ meetings: