The West Coast flower region, an integral part of the Cape Fynbos Kingdom, boasts more than 1200 species of flowering plants. About 80 of these are endemic to the West Coast and known nowhere else. Darling’s veld is unique in that it consists of an intermingling of various veld types. It is not unusual to find a single patch which can be classified as Sandveld, Strandveld, Renosterveld and Rietveld. This mix-up has led to the veld in Darling producing flowers, especially geophytes (bulbous plants), which are spectacular in their diversity, size and colour. This situation is found nowhere else in the world.
The Cape Floral Kingdom, with more than 12 000 species, is also the richest in species diversity. It is astounding that Darling contains more than 10% of the species count of the Cape Floral Kingdom in less than 1% of the area. If there was ever a “Most Threatened” area in the world, likewise. Rapidly expanding development along the West Coast will swallow large tracts of the internationally unique flora.
Potential sponsors and donators will enjoy a host of benefits from their involvement in the event such as exclusive recognition on all event-related marketing and promotional collateral: invitations, flyers, e-mails, posters etc., sponsor listing on at-event signage and the event program, sponsor recognition and promotion on our website, complimentary tickets etc. We implore you to take our request under consideration as the magnitude and reputation of this event will serve to immensely benefit all parties involved in its success.
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