Witkoppen Wildflower

South Africa’s oldest and best known indigenous nursery.

Our Specialties

We offer a large choice of plants that are indigenous to southern Africa. You can expect friendly and knowledgeable staff. Only environmentally friendly and sustainable methods are used to grow and look after all of the indigenous plants.

Attract butterflies

Find plants that butterflies use either as a host plant for their larva, or as a source of nectar, juice or sap as adults.

Attract birds

A growing list of plants that attract birds.

Cold hardiness

Find plants with varying levels of resistance to frost and cold weather.

Latest News

Latest updates, articles and news from the nursery.

Combretum molle

A small to medium, deciduous tree, Combretum molle has a rounded crown. This tree has a real ‘bushveld’ jiz or appearance.  It has a single stem with attractive dark, rough bark. It often has beautiful yellow and bronze autumn colours. The four-winged seeds are a deep...

Aloe arborescens

Although not well known by name, Aloe arborescens (Krantz Aloe, Kransaalwyn) is probably the most widely grown of all the Aloes. A succulent shrub that can grow up to 2 metres tall with a 3 metre spread, it is one of the most free flowering of all the Aloe species. It...

Bauhinia natalensis

Bauhinia natalensis, the Dainty or Natal Bauhinia, is a very cheerful shrub, flowering prolifically in spring and will have flowers till the end of summer. Certainly one of South Africa’s most beautiful and desirable ornamental shrubs, Bauhinia natalensis is a...