Pakya - The Little Olive Farm
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When I started with my garden, it was important to have a wide variety of plants. It should be a little paradise for bees, birds, lizards and all small creatures.

Approx. 2000 m2 are indigenous plants. Between olive trees lavender, wild rosemary and lots of fynbos flower in the spring months.

Timi, my first gardener in charge has everything under control.

 

In spring, Watsonias transform the garden in a pink heaven.

   

Almond blooms in September ...

 

... harvest in February

   

Passion fruit

 

Chicca, second in charge ...

   

Bougainvillea ...

 

... and Oleander in summer

   

Hibiscus

 

Pomegranate

   

Guinea Fowles and sometimes peacocks visit my water hole  

 
   

Jasmin

 

Aloe

   

Honeysuckle

 

Sunbird feeding on Lion's ear (Wild Dagga)

   
 
   

Strelizia (Bird of Paradise)

 

Gishlaine de Feligonde

   

Apricots

 

Accacia in full flower

   

Olive tree in full flower

 

 

   

Last but nut least - Kendi came as apprentice in June 2017. He does well, still, often I find him dreaming under an olive tree...

 

My busy bees
 
 

   
 
   
 
   

 

     

 

 

 

5, Clearwaters Road
Gordon's Bay,
South Africa

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