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n Cabo - The Arderne Gardens

Volume 2018 Number 1
  • ISSN : 0379-4830

Abstract

“A most important collection of unusual trees”, or words to that effect, was the comment made in 1963 by Sir George Taylor, Director of Kew Gardens in Britain. He was then a guest of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens at the time of their fiftieth anniversary celebrations. The visiting botanists were also taken on a Jubilee tour of South African botanical gardens and other landscapes. The collection of trees Sir George referred to is in the four-hectare City of Cape Town park in Claremont, formerly known as the Claremont Gardens and renamed Arderne Gardens after its founder, Ralph Henry Arderne, in 1961.

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2018-08-01
2020-07-05

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