Lowveld National Botanical GardensNelspruit
The Lowveld National Botanical Gardens are located in Nelspruit and cover over 159 hectares of land, crossing both the Crocodile and the Nels Rivers. The gardens are open daily throughout the year.
The natural vegetation of the gardens is known as Sour Lowveld Bushveld which is a mixture of escarpment and lowveld and the garden has over 600 plant species occurring naturally in it and over 2000 that have been introduced. The gardens are known for the large collection of cycads.
For more info visit www.sanbi.org/gardens/lowveld.