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66(3)4 (PDF/A 1253 KBytes) published online: May 13 2020
image 66(3)4.jpg is missing! My Pretoria Garden
    Christo van Wijk
I am situated next to the Bronberg Mountain in Pretoria. The most severe frost doesn't hit here, but rather settles closer to the highway that is about 400m from and 40m lower than me! Winter temperatures are usually within the range of 2-23 oC (although we have had freak cold spells with temperatures dipping to -4 oC), with the coldest period in the two months of June and July. Minimum daily temperatures are encountered during the hours between 1 and 4 am, and even during the coldest months are seldom below 10 oC when the sun is out. Summer temperatures are usually 18-42 oC....

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