Open Gardens 2020

Please look out for “OPEN GARDEN” signs.


24 & 25 October


31 October & 1 November


Saturday 10:00 – 16:00

Sunday 10:00 – 15:00


  • When you visit any of the gardens, please ensure you are wearing your mask, maintain a social distance and have purchased a map (Price R100 for two admission to all gardens) from Greyton Tourism office before entering.

We would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to all the Open Garden owners for the work you put into the opening your beautiful gardens during this difficult time.  What joy they bring to us and how proud we feel.

6 Vigne Lane – Jenny and Dave Hughes

A tranquil cottage garden with mixed planting of roses and shrubs with a  large pond.

24a Oak Street - Adrienne and Brian Rogers 

An informal mixed cottage garden with roses, shrubs, and fruit trees.


19 Oak Street – Mike Koch

An informal indigenous garden


12 Regent Street – Mari and John Smalberger.

A mixed country garden with a formal rose section.


9 Main Road – Marcelle Steyn and Andrew Jones – Phillipson

This informal garden has mixed planting of roses and annuals with an extensive vegetable garden.


112 Main Road – Kathi and Evan Hodkinson

A well-established garden, with a formal entrance. English country

planting, a vegetable and rose garden surrounded by established trees. Refreshments available


132 Main Road - Toni and Andrew Dalling

A sprawling country garden, with informal mixed planting, roses and established trees.


134 Main Road – Linda and Mike Ronquest

A well established formal rose garden with mature trees.



This indigenous commonage is maintained by the residents in this area. Take a picnic or just relax on a bench.




Rose Fair

Open Gardens 2020 have been sponsored by

Overberg Asset Management.


The Rose Fair Committee and beneficiaries are extremely grateful to all the donors and sponsors especially,

Overberg Asset Management,

Fiore Nursery,

The Right Reverend John Arnold the Bishop of Salford

Hugh & Cathy Frost of Liverpool, UK,  

for their generous donations and support

over many years.


PO Box 58
Greyton, Western Cape, South Africa


Tel: +27 (0) 71 602 5796


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