Located at the foot of Table Mountain, the Botanical Garden was built in 1913 to study plants in southern Africa. The world-famous botanical garden was the private property of Cecil John Rhodes, Governor of Cape Colonies. He acquired the land in 1895 and made a will. After his death, he donated the botanical garden to the country as a personal heritage. After his death in 1902, the park was opened to the public as a national park. It can be said that this is the most beautiful garden in South Africa, many plants are rare plants that can not be seen in China.
The scenery is beautiful, tickets are cheap, as long as 45 local currency, many people and families camping here, environmental protection is excellent: the whole park can not see the garbage can, so many tourists, eat and drink, unexpectedly can not see the garbage, everyone consciously take the garbage away, this quality! The Chinese consulate is near the park. Local drivers tease the Chinese that they really can find a place instead of staying in the consular area.
The Constanbosi Botanical Garden in Cape Town, also known as the South African National Botanical Garden, is one of the seven best botanical gardens in the world. In 2004, it was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are many sculptures made of local food in the botanical garden. They are very humorous and vivid. They are a highlight of the whole botanical garden.
Cape Town National Botanical Garden (Costas Botanical Garden) is one of the seven best botanical gardens in the world. It has the same name as the British Hill Garden, the New York Botanical Garden, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Royal Australian Botanical Garden, the St. Petersburg Botanical Garden of Russia and the Edinburgh Botanical Garden of Scotland. The world-famous botanical garden was the private property of Cecil John Rhodes, Governor of Cape Colonies. He acquired the land in 1895 and made a will to donate it to the country as his personal heritage after his death.
The Kestenbergs National Botanical Garden in Cape Town covers 528 hectares and was established in 1913. As early as 1660, Jevan Ribeck, the first governor, planted hedgerows for colonial demarcation. As one of the six major flora in the world, the Cape Botanical Area has more than 9,000 plants distributed among them, a considerable part of which are endemic to South Africa, so it has become a place for plant enthusiasts to yearn for. For me who is similar to a plant idiot, I only have to watch the busy part of the day! __________
Constanboxi Botanical Garden is located at the foot of Table Mountain, which is the earliest botanical garden in the world. Only native plants of South Africa are planted in the garden, especially the national flower Protea of South Africa, where beautiful flowers and trees can be seen all year round, and a rare beauty of harmonious coexistence between man and nature can be appreciated.