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Annual Gardens of East London Show and SPCA Open Day 2017

The Annual Gardens of East London Show combines with the SPCA Open Day on 11 and 12 November 2017 to bring you a day of non-stop fun. This special combined event includes the ever popular Christmas Market where you are certain to find all manner of interesting Christmas gifts. If you are looking for a family event that has something for everyone this November, be sure to mark your calendar with these dates.  Make it an all day adventure as you feast your eyes on the beautiful East London gardens, and your belly on the delicious treats that will be on sale at the Market. Then don’t forget to wrap up the day by making a much appreciated contribution to the local SPCA, so they can continue to do the work they do so tirelessly.

The event will be hosted by the SPCA of East London, at 260 Main Road in Amalinda. You are encouraged to contact the East London SPCA at 043 745 1441 if you have any questions about this event or would like to host a craft stall.

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Border Clivia Show 2017

Fantasy Clivia - Photo courtesy of Alick & Frances McLeman (Flicker Gallery)

Photo courtesy of Alick & Frances McLeman (Flicker Gallery)

The Border Clivia Show for spring 2017 will be hosted by Pioneer Nursery, located on Gonubie Main Road. This show is a 2-day event that will provide a variety of opportunities for gardening enthusiasts to shop for clivia seeds and plants, learn more about clivia plants and how to care for them, meet experts and fellow gardening fans who appreciate these beautiful plants, and just enjoy the various floral displays.

Make a plan to visit the Pioneer Nursery in Gonubie on 30 September and 1 October 2017 to be part of this event. Entrance to the exhibits, demonstrations, and talks is FREE.

To learn more about growing clivias in South Africa, visit the Thurlow Flora website.

 

 

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