21 – 23 September 2019
Temenos Retreat Centre
The Secret Garden is a magnificent shaded garden that offers surprises of poetry hidden in its leafy corners. Temenos was created as a sacred space where all creatures and all people are welcome. It is one of the McGregor Magic treasures, with guest Botanical artist Geoff Visser at work.
13 Voortrekker Street
Judy Allcock Cantina pop-up. An exciting new night garden is opened to enjoy delicious Mexican cuisine at Cantina on both open days. Judy’s clever planting of local and exotic succulents evokes Mexican Magic in McGregor!
46 Voortrekker Street
How Bazaar This coffee shop garden offers peaceful shade under a large oak tree. A natural pond is the focal point. For the more energetic, a game of boules is on offer
51 Voortrekker Street
Gerard and Philip welcome foodies and gardeners to their bountiful kitchen garden. See an abundance of herbs and fresh produce, and linger longer to enjoy their tasty bistro treats.
79 Voortrekker Street
Bill and Kristina Doertenbach Hidden behind a Victorian house is a beautifully established landscaped garden. It boasts deep succulent beds, springtime bulbs, lawn and trees. It is a verdant treat.
89 Voortrekker Street
Mariana Rabie This unique garden shows how herbs and succulents combine perfectly. Formerly a herb farmer, Mariana chaired the Worcester Herb Society and offers two different workshops.
107 Voortrekker Street
Heidi Muller What do you do when all you have is rocks? Heidi and Jeremy have excavated this new garden to feature a natural rock pool cascade, a rock braai and raised rock beds with zoned planting. Come and see Bokkeveldt Shales on display – oh, and some plants!