Harold Porter National Botanical Garden
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The Harold Porter National Botanical Garden located between mountain and sea, in the heart of the Cape Fynbos region within the Kogelberg Biosphere Reserve to the east of Cape Town, South Africa. With about 1,600 plant species, the area contains a floral diversity per unit area that is greater than anywhere else in the world. The Garden consists of 10 hectares of cultivated gardens and 190.5 hectares of pristine natural fynbos.
Rapanea trees and some waboom (Protea nitida) growing in the gardens
A Cape Beech tree (Rapanea melanophloeos)
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