Fynbos and Flora

The Naked Bloganist - Saving One Flower at a Time

Posted under Fynbos and Flora Blog by Grootbos on 4th September 2013
Show your love for the Cape flora by signing a petition to save the flowers.

The Fynbos is in Full Bloom to Welcome Warmer Days

Posted under Fynbos and Flora Blog by Grootbos on 23rd August 2013
Fynbos forms a substantial part of the Cape Floral Kingdom, which has a greater floral diversity than the Amazon Jungle. Discover a flora that can survive searing fires and winter adversities only to display a delicate beauty in spring.

My kind of wonderland, 4x4 flower safari.

Posted under Fynbos and Flora Blog by Dawn Jorgensen on 8th August 2013
An invitation to return to Grootbos should be embroidered in freshly woven silk and hand delivered by the gods. Such is it?s bearing and worth as it promises a return to warmth and luxury, beautifully crafted meals, fresh sea air, magical milkwood forests and whale watching. Which is exactly what was on offer during my recent visit.

Photo of the Day - Start the Day with a Hike through a Fynbos Valley

Posted under Fynbos and Flora Blog by Grootbos on 5th August 2013
There is nothing quite like watching the early morning rays shedding their light across a fynbos valley. What better way to appreciate the intricate beauty than with a guide with a keen eye.

The Erica Irregularis Have Arrived

Posted under Fynbos and Flora Blog by Grootbos on 1st June 2013
Perhaps our favourite as well as most unique is the pink and purples of the Erica Irregularis, endemic to Grootbos.

Winter Flowering at Grootbos

Posted under Fynbos and Flora Blog by Grootbos on 14th August 2012
In winter, the undulating hills and vales at Grootbos come alive with nature's own music and magic . . . magnificent creeping, crawling and flying creatures hop and bop joyfully from rainkissed petal to petal in pursuit of sweet nectar.
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