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featured Introduction to Garden Design Course

Introduction to Garden Design Course

Date: July 4, 2014 to Aug 01, 2014
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Winter is the perfect time to re-look at your garden. Get the basics on the how-to by attending this 5 day course presented by Ken Wainman- Horticulturist, Landscaper and facilitator with 20 years experience.

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featured Professor Robin Grimes and Fishy Flippers at Cape Town Science Centre

Professor Robin Grimes and Fishy Flippers at Cape Town Science Centre

Date: July 10, 2014 to Jul 17, 2014
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demonstrations are used to help explore the world of crystal imperfections. Some defects will actually be visible.

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featured Winter in Stanford: Fun events in the village 16 - 20 July

Winter in Stanford: Fun events in the village 16 – 20 July

Date: July 15, 2014 to Jul 20, 2014
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Visit the historical village of Stanford in the Overberg and enjoy a varied programme of events and delightful meals prepared by local chefs.

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featured Soil for Life course: Natural Disease and Pest Control

Soil for Life course: Natural Disease and Pest Control

Date: July 28, 2014
Timing: 9:00 to 12:00

Come and learn how to naturally deal with harmful bugs and pests which roam your vegetable garden.

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featured The Secret Garden Feast, pop-up event dedicated to sustainable cuisine by Good Hope Gardens

The Secret Garden Feast, pop-up event dedicated to sustainable cuisine by Good Hope Gardens

Date: October 12, 2014
Timing: 16:00 to

Vegetables, herbs and wild foods will be picked and prepared on site that day from the Good Hope Gardens vegetable gardens. We will also be using indigenous edibles, seaweeds, floral foods and local artisan products.

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Grow Your Own Food Course in Fish Hoek 25 Oct

Grow Your Own Food Course in Fish Hoek 25 Oct

Date: October 25, 2014
Timing: 8:30 to 13:30

Join us at the Green Guerilla farm, to learn how Akim has converted his knowledge into a practical model for self-sufficiency.

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