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There are so few places in and around Johannesburg where, as a pensioner, you can enjoy tea and cream scones in a beautiful and peaceful outdoor garden setting for just R50.00. Once a week our Pensioners' Special at Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery allows for just this.
Easy access to the tea garden and the retail nursery means that even senior citizens using walkers or in a wheelchair can reach the outside sitting areas, and enjoy the garden-like meandering paths around the nursery.
Our tea garden in Muldersdrift is set under spreading Acacias, and on a cold day, one can sit in front of a cosy fireplace and still enjoy being away from the city. We are less than 30 minutes from many retirement homes in Johannesburg, making a group outing very accessible. There is plenty of safe parking.
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My love for South African Indigenous Plants goes much further than just the plants in the soil.
I get so excited when I see botanical artwork that not only captures the likeness of the plant, but the essence of it too. Gillian Condy’s beautiful botanical paintings do just that.
We are delighted that Gillian will be exhibiting some of her botanical watercolours and prints at Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, from Saturday the 2nd of April until the end of the month. We are open from 8am to 5pm daily.
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