22 October 2011

Colour in the Biodiversity Garden



Date:
15 October 2011

Location: Green Point

Walkers: Brenda & Helen

For more walks here look at the Biodiversity Garden archive, here.

Brenda and I have planned to walk on Table Mountain but the city bowl as blustery and drizzly. So we drove round to Green Point and went to have a look at the Biodiversity Garden instead. It was looking absolutely lovely!








I love the beds in this garden, particularly the mix of textures and colours, and also the grey foliage. I can't believe the garden was only planted last year. It is already looking so established.




After seeing the flowers we walked on to the promenade and walked a bit more beside the sea.



There is a new public art installation here: the white horses. Rather fun.



By the time we headed back the clouds had cleared and it was sunny again.


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2 comments:

Firefly said...

Thats the beauty of Cape Town. Even when you can't go far there is a wonderful walk to do. Pity not a lot of Cape Townians make use of it.

Louuisette said...

Wonderfull place cap town, congratulation good job, index walks well done, best regard from Belgium