This is a repeating event28 october 2023 10:00 am
In the Jonkershoek Valley, amongst old oak trees and wild olives lies the smallholding of Lingen. Camelias, azaleas, hydrangeas and bush lilies amongst others grow
In the Jonkershoek Valley, amongst old oak trees and wild olives lies the smallholding of Lingen.
Camelias, azaleas, hydrangeas and bush lilies amongst others grow in the shade of the trees. But it is the rose garden providing colour blocks of yellow, orange, red, purple and pastels that catches the eye in spring and summer. There are more than 1 200 roses that flower from October to late autumn. A large variety of salads and herbs grow in the vegetable garden, and higher up are indigenous bulbs and plants that lend colour for large parts of the year.
Stone paths link the different areas of the garden.
Visitors may explore by themselves or be joined by Correen if she is around.
Note: Wear comfortable shoes, as most paths are made of natural stone from the garden and are therefore a bit uneven. You can walk around freely.
R200 weekend pass
Method of payment welcome
Card, SnapScan or Plankton
What is included in the ticket price?
R200 weekend passes for either 27 & 28 October or 3 & 4 November. Weekend passes offer
unlimited entries to Private / Home Gardens. Weekend passes valid for one weekend only.
Ticket sales through Plankton, or by card or Snapscan at the listed gardens.
Policies on Kids, Dogs, Children, Own refreshments, Other
No dogs, no BYO refreshments
Other items offered for sale
(Friday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Lingen, Jonkershoek Valley