Diversity in the heart of Stellenbosch


Another very exciting development within the Cape Winelands Biosphere Reserve, which has now gained international recognition: The University of Stellenbosch Botanical Garden.

The garden has been recognised by Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI). The first garden to be recognised in South Africa, and the second in Africa.

With the vast diversity of indigenous plants to Africa, and from all over the world, that the garden holds it has become critically important to conservation efforts and world wide research. 

Follow the link to read the article and find out more.

“Stellenbosch Botanical Garden gains international acclaim” an article by Lucinda Dordley.


Celine Macdonald