The Autumn Garden Show 2018

And just like that, the summer days are gone. Now it’s time to change with the season and adjust to the cooler weather. This includes your garden and home too. So, if you’re looking for a little autumn garden inspiration, don’t miss the Autumn Garden Show 2018. 

What Is It?

Autumn has arrived! And you wouldn’t believe it but it’s also planting season (well, those of us who aren’t green thumbs wouldn’t believe it). There are red, orange and brown leaves everywhere, as well as the heady scent of fresh herbs and a chill in the air. With a new season comes new ideas and inspiration, which is why you need to visit The Autumn Garden Show at The Herb Farm. Here, you can wander around an enchanting and exclusive herb garden,  filled with beautifully fragrant plants arranged in spirals, formal beds complete with statues and fountains, roses in rounds and flowering gems lining the pathways. You can also enjoy a cup of tea or a refreshing botanical gin cocktail on the deck, stop for a leisurely lunch or take a stroll along the avenues to shop for captivating plants and all things gardening. Presented by The Gardener, Die Tuinier, Grow to Eat magazines and The Herb Farm, this event is not to be missed.

When Is It?

Friday, 20 April 2018 – Sunday, 22 April 2018 from 09:00 – 17:00 daily.

Where Is It?

The Herb Farm, 264 Summit Road, Bridle Park, Midrand, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost between R45 – R65 per person and can be purchased at

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit

2018-04-20 00:00:00 2018-04-22 18:00:00 Africa/Johannesburg The Autumn Garden Show 2018 The Herb Farm, 264 Summit Road, Bridle Park, Midrand, Johannesburg

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One thought on “The Autumn Garden Show 2018

  1. Hi, as a pensioner, I find the entrance fee to the Garden Show prohibitive. I certainly can’t afford it AND pay for a cup of tea and cake. I feel this is really ‘Sandton’ prices… not middle-class Midrand prices.

    We would love to visit the garden, but my friends and I simply can’t afford it.

    Just a thought.


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