GEORGE NEWS - The indigenous nursery at the Garden Route Botanical Garden will be holding their popular "Yellow Tag" bargain sale from Friday to Sunday, 2 to 4 February.
Great bargains can be had during sale hours: Friday and Saturday from 08:30 to 14:30 and Sunday from 09:00 to 14:30.
A wide range of indigenous trees and plants will be on sale.
"Planting indigenous is the right thing to do for our environment," says Klaus Schröder, manager of the garden.
"Selected indigenous trees and plants will be offered at bargain prices and these will be identified by yellow tags.
"Prices start from as little as R5,00.
"This is a great opportunity to fill your garden with indigenous trees and plants."
Bank card facilities are available. Light refreshments will be available at the Getafix Café.
There is lots of parking. The botanical garden is at 49 Caledon Street.
For further enquiries contact the office on 044 874 1558 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
The nursery is normally open every day of the week from Monday to Sunday, and closes at 14:30 on Friday.
If you are looking for bargains, don't miss this sale.
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