keurbos nursery garden

Keurbos Nursery Garden

Elgin Open Gardens

Saturday 30 – Sunday 31 October and Saturday 6 – Sunday 7 November

Nine gardens are opening over two weekends in the Elgin District, which is renowned for its cooler climate and heavy fertile soils, its apples and wines. These gardens range from long-established country gardens to newly created wilding projects on steep hillsides. 

Times: 9:30 – 17:00
Entrance: Each garden has its own entrance charge. Some are free, with charity boxes. Tickets are only available on the day at each entrance. No prebooking is needed, and there is no single ticket for all gardens.
Enquiries: 021 844 0154, 078 021 2101, 083 458 3790, info@elginopengardens.co.za
Website: www.elginopengardens.co.za

Keurbos Nursery Garden

Keurbos Nursery Garden is a large natural garden designed for birds, with both indigenous and exotic sections as well as acer and heritage rose beds and a large nursery area. Collections of bulbs and buchus, acers and azaleas, rhododendrons, heritage roses and more. Bird hide on a lake. Plant sales include vireya rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and Japanese maples, and a range of indigenous plants. 

Directions: 8km from N2 on Highlands Road
GPS: -34.221352, 19.058320
Entrance: R30, including Sonop
Time to view: 1 hour
Why visit: Tranquil garden mixing indigenous and exotic

  • Wheelchair friendly/Not wheelchair friendly: Partly
  • Plant sales: Yes
  • Refreshments available: Tea and lunch
  • Picnic site: Yes