Start date: Jan 29, 2020

End date: Sep 30, 2020

Time: 10h30 - 11h30

Location: Richard Crowie Hall / Gate 2


January 29 Marijke Honig Green Buildings & Landscapes of the 21st century  :  exciting changes ahead
February 05 Edwin Rye Flowers, flowers everywhere! Flowers growing, lowers as decoration flowers in art.
February 19 Richard Peirce Cuddle Me, Kill Me  : Canned Lion Hunting
March 04 Rosalind Spears Lady Anne Barnard, Balcarres and the Cape
March 18 Matthew Syphus Cape Clawless Otters
April 01 Charles Griffiths Alien species in the marine environment’
April 15 Prof. Mike Bruton Finding Old Fourlegs. The Story of the Coelacanth
April 29 Anthony Wain The magnificent Mughal Garden Heritage of Lahore, Pakistan, Monsoons, Elephants, Poppies and Poppadoms
May 13 Rupert Watson On Peacocks and Picathartes – Reflections on African Birdlife
May 27 Augustine Morkel WWF in 2020
June 10 Leon Kluge Chelsea 2020
June 24 Elton LeRoux Behind the Scenes at Kirstenbosch
July 08 Dr  Donovan Kirkwood What is the role of a botanical garden in our unique landscape? Stellenbosch University Botanical Garden as a case study
July 22 Adam Harrower The New Cliff-face Plant display
August 05 Norman Larson Spiders and the mythology
August 19 Jenny Louw Ecological Gardening
September 02 Alice Notten Spring at Kirstenbosch
September 16 Dr Eugene Moll How Tree Book Authors have failed amateurs of today
September 30 Alex Lansdowne Restoring Threatened Species & Habitats on the Cape Flats

This   programme  may  be  subject  to  change  or  cancellation  without  prior  notice.

Free entry into the talks but garden entry fees apply.

Cathy Abbott
Tel.: 021 4656440

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