Bush buck female spotted

One of our resident herbivores , a Bush Buck female was spotted in the afternoon hours inside the mushroom meander forest.In the evenings as the garden gets quiet and the visitors leave, the Bush Buck wander through the Botanical Garden and browse on Aloe and Protea...

RIP Robin Clark 7/12/1934 – 4/7/2022

Robin Clark7/12/1934 – 4/7/2022The Garden Route Botanical Garden lost a great friend and major contributor when Robin Clark passed away on Monday, July 4. Robin made a major contribution to the development and management of the Botanical Garden. Two decades ago he was...

March-May 2022 Newsletter

Newsletter March-May 2002 News   Remarkable Finds at the GRBG   Over the last few months, a number of GRBG Members and volunteers have had the good fortune of coming across some unexpected and intriguing plant and animal species while out and about in the...

The polyphagous shot hole borer (PSHB) in South Africa

The polyphagous shot hole borer (PSHB), Euwallacea fornicatus, is a tiny, invasive ambrosia beetle native to Southeast Asia. Ambrosia beetles are a group of tiny woodboring insects, closely related to weevils, that create gallery systems in the wood they infest. In...