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Disa uniflora

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A quick foray into Vogelgat Reserve this afternoon to see the Red Disa was everything we wanted.  Never before have I been able to photograph 10 blooms in close proximity to each other.  It really was…

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New Link Added

I have added a link to the Kogelberg Botanical Society to this blog.  Just click on it under ‘Blogroll’ on the right hand side and you will go through to an interesting site.

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BEE happy in Fernkloof!

Image by Paula Combrink

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From The Editor’s Desk

Readers will be delighted to be able to read new material by members, as there has been a positive response to my appeal for articles on matters of interest to the Botanical Society.  Thank you and keep up the good … Continue reading

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Fernkloof Activities

The Hermanus Botanical Society hosted an enthusiastic SAARP group this morning at Fernkloof.  While enjoying their tea and muffins, they were treated to not one but three mini seminars on Life in the Reserve.  Frank Woodvine reminded them of the unique … Continue reading

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Erica Time

Here are a few of the Ericas we have seen in Fernkloof so far this month. As Belle used to say, February is Erica time! Here are a few examples of what we have seen either picking for the Visitors’ … Continue reading

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Appeal to Members

This site is only as good as the members want it to be.  I can write the odd article, but I am supposed to be an editor, not a one-man-band!  There must be so much out there that would be … Continue reading

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