The Kloof Rotary Anns will be hosting their annual Open Gardens on the weekend of October 14 and 15, 2017 from 9.30am to 4.30pm. All profits will go to Highway charities.
There are five gardens, ranging from large to complex size, with four of them being designed and maintained by the owners. A certain highlight is Danna Flack’s Kloof garden, which features an indigenous rockery, rolling lawns and deep beds filled with interesting plant material and statues from around the world. Other interesting features include a Thai Spirit House and a gazebo, which houses a collection of bells from various countries.
Tickets cost R50 in advance and R60 on the day. Children under 12 are free. The ticket allows entrance to all five gardens and refreshments at Fulton School for the Deaf, where there will be cars on display and items, including plants, for sale. Tickets are available at the entrance to each garden, at Kloof Village Mall SuperSpar and Watercrest SuperSpar.
Take M13 Exit 24 (Old Main Road, Abrey Road) and follow signs to the first garden.