Magnificent Trees of the Garden Route

While touring through the Knysna Forest it is important to see both the wood and the trees. Within the forests are singular marvels which may assist in our endeavour for a sustainable future and our understanding of the essence of biomimicry.

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A week of natural exploration in the Garden Route.

However long you plan to visit the Garden Route, you will always run out of time with the diversity of activities. For nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, a loose itinerary for a week would be and introduction for your future visits.

Garden Route Trees : White Cape-beech

Garden Route Trees : Pittosporum viridiflorum – Currently laiden with ripening fruit, the White Cape-beech, also known as Cheesewood and is distinctive in the forests of the Garden Route surrounding Knysna and Wilderness. Fruit that has already split open exposes vivid red seeds which are readily eaten by birds. Photographers should be able to photograph…

Garden Route Trees : White Cape-beech

Garden Route Trees : Pittosporum viridiflorum – Currently laiden with ripening fruit, the White Cape-beech, also known as Cheesewood and is distinctive in the forests of the Garden Route surrounding Knysna and Wilderness. Fruit that has already split open exposes vivid red seeds which are readily eaten by birds. Photographers should be able to photograph…