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30 May 2016
There are walks at 10h00 and 14h00 from Monday to Saturday and an additional walk on Tuesday at 11h00. There are no walks on...
04 June 2016
Every first Saturday of the month at 08h15 we meet on the mat. Yes, its yoga time at the Lowveld National Botanical Garden. Be...
06 June 2016
There are walks at 10h00 and 14h00 from Monday to Saturday and an additional walk on Tuesday at 11h00. There are no walks on...

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11 May 2016
William Sweetlove, world-renowned Belgian artist, has been using his unique artworks to challenge people to become environmental thinkers and behavioural ecologists for close to 50 years, through more than 600 exhibitions worldwide.Read more
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11 May 2016
The 43rd Annual Research Symposium on the Management of Biological Invasions will be co-hosted by the C.I.B and SANBIRead more

Plants of the week

A lovely, neat, pretty species of Streptocarpus that has flat-growing, rough leaves and delicate flowing stems presenting white flowers with a violet blush and two light yellow stripes in the mouth of each flower.

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Euphorbia groenewaldii is a caudiform succulent with a single main stem and a large subterranean tuberous system. The plant usually grows up to 300 mm high and 80 mm wide. 

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Animal of the week

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The serval’s big ears and long legs make it extremely adaptable to hunting.

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A 10th SANBI National Botanical Garden, Kwelera NBG, is currently being developed.

In which province will this new Garden be located?

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