|A display of Aloe dichotoma|
|This trail is called the Grysbokkie trail it is the longest trail in the garden, and takes|
approximately 2 - 3 hours to complete.
History of the garden:
The garden was established in 1921 near Matjiesfontein, but because there was a lack of water they decided to move the garden to Worcester. When the garden opened again in 1945 it was known as Karoo National Botanical garden. In 2001 the word “desert” was added to the name to put emphasis on the fact that plants cultivated and displayed are from desert and semi desert regions of the country.
|Along some paths are rocks filled with plants like Crassula rupestris subsp. rupestris.|