Pretoria National Botanic Garden

The Pretoria National Botanic Garden, in the city’s eastern suburbs, is a 76-hectare garden showcasing South African species with more than half the country’s tree species as well as many flowering plants, cycads and aloes.


Pretoria National Botanic Garden


The park is sliced in two by a quartzite ridge, with vegetation in the warmer north-facing half contrasting with that in the colder south-facing section. The plants are grouped according to their climatic region.

Also on the grounds is the the National Herbarium – home to the largest collection of plant specimens in South Africa.

A meal can be enjoyed at the lakefront restaurant.

The Pretoria national Botanic Garden is located at  2 Cussonia Avenue, Brummeria, Pretoria


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