Know, grow, protect and enjoy South Africa's indigenous plants


From wild spaces and botanical gardens, to urban green corridors and your own backyard, our flora will ensure South Africa is a beautiful environment that brings people together with nature and each other.

Hiking South Africa’s national botanical gardens
Where to see West Coast wildflowers this spring
Carry all the Peninsula’s flowers in your pocket
Inspiring a community of young plant lovers
​​First-hand account of this Gauteng CREW field trip
BotSoc branch puts paradise on a wall
Enjoy sunny skies and happy times at SA’s botanical gardens
Summer’s wild orchid extravaganza
KZN’S Red Desert blooms
Spring Flower Watch: Ingwehumbe Nature Reserve
An introduction to the Little Karoo
Spring Flower Watch: Bosch Berg Nature Reserve, Kwazulu-Natal
Spring Flower Watch: Napier Commonages, Overberg
Spring Flower Watch: Hantam National Botanical Garden
Spring Flower Watch: Harmony Flats Nature Reserve
Spring Flower Watch: Tulbagh
Spring Flower Watch: Tienie Versfeld Nature Reserve
Spring Flower Watch: West Coast National Park
Spring Flower Watch: Biedouw Valley
A new field guide for Overberg Renosterveld
Spring Flower Watch: Nieuwoudtville Wildflower Reserve
Spring Flower Watch: Hantam National Botanical Garden
Our Living Libraries: Why are Botanical Gardens so important?
Gardens open again from Monday 3 August
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Monday to Friday 08h30 to 16h00. Closed on weekends and public holidays.

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