Photographs taken at the Durban (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) botanical gardens. Photographer - Dries Erasmus from Classic Portraits 082 773 1459.
Photo shoot at the Durban Botanical Gardens by Dries Erasmus.
Orchid in the Durban Botanical Gardens
All about the goose and the gander
Winter in Durban Botanical Gardens 2012
Orchids at the Durban Botanical Gardens.
Botanical gardens in Durban
The first garden was established in December 1849 by Dr Charles Johnston on the edge of the Berea Ridge next to the Umgeni River
The Durban Botanic Gardens was established to participate in the quest of Kew Gardens to establish a series of botanic gardens across the world
The Durban Botanic Gardens is situated in the City of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is Durban’s oldest public institution and Africa's oldest surviving botanic gardens.
The Gardens has a Cycad collection, a garden for the blind and a charity tea garden
The Durban Botanical Gardens car park is in Sydenham Road, and the gardens are fairly easily accessible from the centre of town.
The birds and the bees
Couple relaxing in the Botanical Gardens
Couples shoot at the Durban Botanical Gardens