Where is Fernkloof?
History of Fernkloof
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| This small but special nursery started in the 80s as an annual Easter plant sale at which
members of the Hermanus Botanical Society contributed indigenous plants nurtured in their own gardens
for the year and took them back again if unsold. Then, as now, the aim was to introduce gardeners to
the joys of "growing indigenous", particularly for the coastal area of Hermanus with its wild winds
and poor soil. It has succeeded beyond all expectations, as customers come from far and near to visit and buy and
chat about their gardens. Jack Bold is now its innovative manager, whose enthusiasm and hard work
can be seen in the rocky waterfall feature he created around which a pristine extended plant
area flourishes. |
Varieties range from protea, erica, restio families to clivias, trees and ground covers at competitive prices. During the Easter weekend and the annual spring wildflower festival the nursery is open all day, every day. At other times of the year it is open all day 8-4pm and from 9-12:30 on Saturdays and public holidays.
Click for our availability list HERE.
Fernkloof NurseryAll Botanical Society members get 10% discount.
Tel/Fax +27 28 3122985
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