Johannesburg Garden Club is thrilled to present their Open Gardens Meander 2018.

Five previously unseen gardens will be made open to the public in September, to raise funds for Johannesburg Child Welfare.

With sustainable gardening more popular than ever, this year’s Meander will focus on sites producing herbs, fruits and vegetables from inspiring kitchen gardens. Visitors can still expect individuality from each garden though. They range from charming to sprawling, with each also boasting showstopper water features.

Every garden will also feature a plant sale with individual specialties, including Clivias, Azaleas, Clematis, Irises and Johannesburg Garden Club members’ own cultivated plants.

Refreshments and a tea garden will also be available at one of the gardens, giving visitors plenty of opportunity to relax and refresh.

With something for everyone, the Meander takes place on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th of September 2018 from 10am to 5pm at five different locations in the suburbs of Bryanston and Atholl.
A rose garden on the route

Tickets, at a cost R250 per person, must be pre-booked at www.johannesburggardenclub.co.za.

Tickets include entry to all five gardens, with all proceeds benefitting Johannesburg Child Welfare. Children under 12 years enter free.

Guests will receive their Open Gardens Meander 2018 map and location addresses on booking their tickets. 

Entries close on 5 September 2018.