The farm consists of approximately 10 hectares of fertile alluvial soil along the river, and 37 hectares of steep land running up towards the mountain.
The location protects it from the southeasterly wind, and has a microclimate suitable for a variety of fruit and nut trees which are normally not grown in the Cape.
The implementation of organic methods of agriculture helps to maintain the balance of nature and ensures the production of high quality fruit without damaging the environment.
This has resulted in an increase in the bird and animal life. The farm is a haven for a wide variety of species which are rare in the surrounding area.
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