Flower Valley News
What started out as a rainy and very chilly morning turned into a perfectly sunny winter’s afternoon – just in time for A Cape Floral Kingdom Experience.
Flower Valley Conservation Trust invites you to: A Cape Floral Kingdom Experience this #InternationalBiodiversityDay (Tuesday 22 May). Leading local botanist, Sean Privett, will be hosting a guided and interactive walk through wild fynbos in the afternoon.
End plastic pollution – what a massive and daunting task. For years we have become used to grabbing plastic bags at the supermarket till and storing our food in colourful Tupperware.
Across the world, we celebrated #WorldWaterDay last week. And surely there’s never been a more apt time to give serious consideration to water in the Western Cape. The water crisis has been hard on households and businesses. But look at the creativity it has sparked:...
Our Early Childhood Development (ECD) Programme is now reaching 22 centres, stretching from Buffeljagsbaai to Stanford.
It’s vital to work alongside partners in our efforts to promote sustainabilty in fynbos; from harvesters, retailers, conservation authorities to others in the fynbos industry.
It’s not everyday that you get to fly over secretive sections of the Cape Floral Kingdom. But that’s exactly what we did recently.
Rolling fynbos hills, secretive forests, fresh clear air. That’s what Flower Valley Farm offers you. So why not stop by for a relaxed hike or tractor ride to enjoy this part of the Cape Floral Kingdom wonderland for yourself.
Putting together a beautiful fynbos arrangement can sometimes be tricky. Especially because there are so many fynbos species that can be found in the Cape Floral Kingdom (although not all can be picked).
There’s a lot of work that goes into creating a fynbos bouquet. Aside from picking and transporting the fynbos to packsheds, once at the packshed, fynbos is cleaned (and sometimes dyed).