‘No, no,’ laughed Juliana de Vries, Tankwa Karoo National Park’s duty manager, ‘the flowers were much better in September. Lots of them are finished already.’
Maybe she’s blasé because she lives there. We thought they were pretty dazzling, especially for an area that gets less than 100mm of rain in a year.
Gone was the purple vyebos, and in its place orange Cape tulips, mauve daisies with yellow centres, white arctotis and more.
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