Horticulturist supremo Keith Kirsten designed Cavalli Estate’s resplendent indigenous gardens in 2013 and continues to keep a watchful eye on the estate’s extraordinary landscape. Now, Cavalli Estate and Kirsten invite you to wander down the garden paths of this pristine and jaw-dropping estate with the man himself on Saturday, 2 November 2019.
For passionate gardeners around the Cape, it’s a fabulous opportunity to get to know more about Kirsten who has an infectious passion for water-wise gardening, the environment and fauna.
The day begins at 11h30 with the garden tour followed by a 6-course spring inspired luncheon by Chef Michael Deg of Cavalli Restaurant.
For the fine art enthusiast within the audience, be sure to pay a visit to the Cavalli Art Gallery afterwards. The gallery has collaborated with respected local Cape Town based artist Rodan Kane Hart to solo exhibit “BORDERLESS”. Predominantly known for his sculptural pieces, Rodan’s body of work is a multidisciplinary one spanning drawing, installation and performance – an approach based on his belief that the intention of an artwork should be supported by the chosen artistic medium.
The day at Cavalli Estate with Keith Kirsten is priced at R750 per person and includes the garden tour, luncheon and a copy of his latest book, “Gardening with Keith Kirsten”.
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