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Exhibiting at the Cape Town Flower Show
The South African Airways Cape Town Flower Show 2006 took place at the spectacular outdoor setting of Lourensford Wine Estate at the foot of the Helderberg Mountain in Somerset West.

The show provided visitors with an opportunity to experience the splendour of South Africa's rich floral heritage.

"The main ethos of the South African Airways Cape Town Flower Show is to entertain and inspire a love of gardening in people and a pride in themselves as South African gardeners, by nurturing and cultivating a relationship with gardening that integrates the dynamic influences and values of changing lifestyles," said David Davidson, technical manager of the event.

We exhibited our Simply Beautiful range at the Cape Town Flower Show and found the whole experience to be a huge success. Munda Wanga's Simply Beautiful Stand

Simply Beautiful plants are developed from superior genetics so plants are stronger and more tolerant of variations in weather and growing conditions.

For gardeners, this means great results with the minimum of fuss.

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We were supported by BallStraathof with promotional material and also manpower. We were grateful for their support as the exhibit was extremely popular and we were run off our feet.

The Ivy Geraniums in particular were extremely popular, especially the Burgundy.

Another showstopper was the Salvia Mystic Spires. This product will surely be tremendously popular once gardeners discover it.

Nemesia Aromatica was also a source of interest and was a big seller most notably the blue.

Of the shade plants the most popular was the Mona Lavender Plectranthus developed in conjunction with Ball Seed Company by our very own Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

We also had Petunia Easy Waves, Double Impatiens, Fanfare Impatiens, Salvia Black and Blue, Aztec Verbenas (Also very popular especially the red) and Diascia's.

All in all a wonderful weekend for gardeners.