We just had to visit these gardens as it is claimed to be one of the most diverse botanical gardens in the world, with a massive record of over 1,600 plant species represented here. Near the entrance, on the flatter section, are the cultivated gardens, beautifully maintained with ponds and bridged streams. Further upslope, one encounters the fynbos in its natural habitat, and in the gorges, the ferns and other shade loving plants. The Red Disa is native to the gorges here, flowering in Dec and Jan and after which, the restaurant in the gardens was named.
Walkways ae well maintained and some are wheelchair friendly. Its a must-visit place for any nature lover.
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