2020 is a really a big year for us (and April a big month): It’s when Flower Valley Conservation Trust turns 21 years old!
Most industries have been hard hit by the Coronavirus. But few are feeling those impacts quite as much as the flower industry.
The Coronavirus may have ended our first year of the new ABI Alien Clearing Project, implemented by Flower Valley Conservation Trust, earlier than we had planned.
Vulnerability is growing in impoverished Eluxolweni – a small Pearly Beach neighbourhood in the Overstrand.
The current lockdown crisis that we all face requires us to adjust our work to meet the pressing needs of the most vulnerable.
Even at the most southerly tip of Africa, the impacts of COVID-19 are being felt acutely.
Did you know that exposure to plants can boost your health? And in times of lockdown – they can especially support your mental and emotional health.
Following a recent study on Flower Valley Farm, it was found that SEVEN different species of dung beetles occur here.
In the Bailey household, we take Valentine’s Day pretty seriously. At the very least, my wife ‘expects’ (although I try to surprise her) a beautiful bouquet of flowers – preferably fynbos.
For every bouquet of Fynbos sold in a Pick n Pay store with the sticker on, R1 is donated to Flower Valley’s Sustainable Harvesting Programme (SHP).