Archive: February, 2015
One of our growing area situated at Topshell is soon going to have a name change to Stellenbosch Agri-Park. The owners of the property are currently in the process of developing a large portion of this and hence making some changes in lieu of it. It's still uncertain if this land will prove feasible as a wholesale nursery as developed...
Aloe Cooperi – Coopers Aloe Call it the Aloe Cooperi, Coopers Aloe or simply the Grass Aloe, either way; this quirky plant will brighten up your garden with its pop of colour, while attracting insects and nectar loving birds that will liven up your Cape Town garden with a buzz.
The time has come and the Plant Culture Family has grown! I, eagerly, would like to invite you to pull up a chair, take a few minutes and have a little read of this first blog of many, by yours truly, on behalf of all of us here at plant culture.
Having read an article on a project we were privileged to have worked on it gives us great pride to see such positive results. The Bracken Nature Reserve outside Cape Town was recently awarded reserve of the year for 2014, this by the City’s Environmental Resource Management Department.