ADOPT A FYNBOS HECTARE
Flower Valley Farm is one of the only places in the world you’ll find an #Aloejuddii.
This climbing aloe is extremely rare – but when in flower, it lights up the land in an orange glow. The aloe’s flowers are, however, usually nibbled up by passing Klipspringer antelope. We do our very best to protect these lovely species – and you can help, by adopting a hectare on Flower Valley Farm.
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FLOWER VALLEY CONSERVATION TRUST
The Flower Valley Conservation Trust works to conserve the vulnerable fynbos kingdom, and protect those livelihoods that depend on it. Many fynbos species have already been lost, and more than 1000 are endangered. To counter this, we promote sustainable fynbos harvesting. We also host an Eco-School on Flower Valley Farm, offering youngsters aged two to six from surrounding communities an environmental education.
Flower Valley Farm is the home of the Trust, and is based near Gansbaai – a botanical treasure in the heart of the Cape Floral Kingdom in the Western Cape of South Africa. We’re a registered public benefit and non-profit organisation.
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