Tuesday 14th Feb 6pm
Come and experience this once-off pop-up event dedicated to sustainable cuisine that will tantalize all of your senses.
The meal will be created by Roushanna Gray of Veld and Sea, using fresh seasonal ingredients and locally produced products, transforming them into delicious foods.
Vegetables, herbs and wild foods will be picked and prepared on site that day from the Good Hope Gardens vegetable gardens. Indigenous edibles, seaweeds, floral foods and local artisan products will be used.
Quality not quantity is to be observed and that means limited spaces! There will only be 12 seats available at this pop-up so please book soon to avoid disappointment.
The Wild Love dinner will be held in the Veld and Sea classroom at the Good Hope Gardens in Cape Point on Tuesday the 14th of Feb at 6pm.
Tickets: R500 per person
Included: Four course meal, 1 large botanical cocktail, 1 small gift. Guests are welcome to bring bring own wine, corkage not charged.
Vegetarians and Vegans options available!
To book contact Roushanna Gray on firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring has sprung!!!
Which means its time for another floral event…
Join us for a day of Indigenous plants and Indigenous edible delights.
Nestled amongst the Fynbos in Cape Point, the Good Hope Gardens Nursery is the perfect venue for family and friends to enjoy a home-made treat and a discount on plants at this unique pop-up event.
FOOD – Fresh and Botanical is the theme of the day with floral foods, organic veg and wild edible ingredients harvested in and around the nursery. Veld+Sea will be creating a mouthwatering menu with sweet and savory seasonal delights, an array of Fynbos flavoured teas picked from the Veldkos garden as well as regular teas and fresh, strong coffee.
PLANTS – Spring has sprung – there will be a beautiful array of spring flowers and plants on sale in the retail. The nursery specializes in Indigenous plants and has a fantastic selection of Indigenous and Fynbos plants. We
grow beautiful, hardy plants and trees specifically designed by nature to flourish in local climate conditions. Have fun in your garden or balcony this spring and take advantage of the specials on offer at this event.
The tea garden will have outdoor seating, so we suggest bringing a blanket if the wind is up or get some boxed tea time treats to takeaway if it starts to rain.
There is a fun playground for kiddies to enjoy, a succulent koppie to meander up and a 30 min Fynbos walk for the adventurous. Dogs on leads please as there are free range animals around!
Please contact email@example.com for any questions you might have or visit www.goodhopegardensnursery.co.za and discover what we are all about.
Join the Facebook event for updates and info here: Pop-up Tea Garden and Plant Sale