Witkoppen Wildflower Nursery
Celebrating 60 Years of Growing and Supplying Quality Indigenous Plants in 2019
Welcome to the home page of South Africa’s oldest and best known indigenous plants nursery.
We are your natural choice for quality indigenous plants.
We offer a large choice of plants that are indigenous to southern Africa. You can expect friendly service and knowledgeable staff. We only use environmentally friendly and sustainable methods to propogate, grow and look after all our indigenous plants.
We are selling worm farms, earthworms and worm castings for WormFarms.co.za.
We are doing this as a service to both our clients and to WormFarms.co.za and so we are not marking up their prices on the worms or the farms at all. We therefore ask you to please either pay by cash or do an EFT directly to their account (FNB Branch 250655 (Sunninghill), Account 622 6528 3144 and send us the proof of payment (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to Identify Indigenous Grasses
We are running two practical courses about how to identify indigenous grasses.
The first is on Saturday, 9 February 2019
and the second on Saturday, 16 March.
For more details see Grass-course.
Find plants that butterflies use either as a host plant for their larva, or as a source of nectar, juice or sap as adults.
A growing list of plants that attract birds.
Find plants with varying levels of resistance to frost and cold weather.
Freylinia tropica in full flower in mid September, a spectacular show,Freylinia tropica, Blue Honey-bell, is one of southern Africa’s most attractive and versatile shrubs for the garden. It gets a showy abundance of flowers in spring, but has some flowers all through...
Besides being an attractive flowering shrub or small tree, Grewia occidentalis is an essential plant for all wildlife friendly gardens. It gets attractive star-shaped flowers that are pink to mauve. The flowers are followed by edible fruit that typically have four...
Leonotis leonurus, Wild Dagga, is a very showy shrub and valuable addition to a garden. It bears stacks of whorls of bright, orange flowers towards the upper reaches of the stems. These nectar rich flowers are a big draw-card for sunbirds, other nectar feeding birds...