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  A   B Abelia grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope'   Bambusa 'Candy Stripe' Acacia albida &n...
The Top sellers are an overall mix between evergreen, deciduous, indigenous and exotic plants that we supply to clientele in the Cape Peninsula and West &  East Coast. From Paternoster to George, plus Paarl, Stellebosch, Grabouw an...
When considering a tree, why not think about a flower or two in a particular season. Either a pink (Chorisa speciosa or Tababuia rosea) or Red (Kigelia africana or Schotia brachypetala), maybe the classic white (Dombeya rotundifolia or Nuxia florib...
South Africa is so blessed with such lovely plants that are endemic to Southern Africa and occur nowhere else in the world. Other continents have for many years used our Crane Flower (Sterlitzia reginae) for an emblem or a hedge of Outeniqua Yellow w...
Exotic trees are good additions to a garden, provided they are not invasive or classified weeds they certainly have a purpose in our world. Be it the plane tree to provide shade in the the Swartland or the Oak tree in Stellenbosch not ...
Nothing is as nice as that little bit of winter sun coming through the window on a lazy afternoon, or even the silhouette of a gracious Pinn Oak against the clear blue winter sky.  Giving the feeling of really going thro...
Screening that unwanted view or block that roof peak of the neighbour you can see. Evergreen trees certainly help to divert wind and noise from the road. Plants maintaining their foliage through all seasons, although old leaves may be shed in larger ...
A woody plant of much greater height than the human figure, usual at least 4.5m though shorter plants may be regarded as trees if they have a single, thick trunk.  Looking for that lawn specimen, the prefect avenue or the tree that brings everyt...
A plant with permanent, woody, multi - stems from which new growths arise, and a plant that is too small to be classed as a tree.   Looking for body in a garden or to screen the pool pump or even a hedge of viburnums along the house.  ...
Literary dating back to millions of years when dinosaurs still roamed the earth, cycas (exotic to South Africa) or cycad (indigenous to South Africa) usually taking for ever to make the great stems you see when browsing through the Cyc...
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