Welcome to Witkoppen Wildflower Nursery

Witkoppen Wildflower Nursery is South Africa’s oldest and best known indigenous nursery. We offer a large choice of plants that are indigenous to southern Africa or are of southern African origin. We have friendly and very knowledgeable staff. We are proud of the fact that we use only environmentally friendly methods to grow and look after the plants we sell.

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Senagalia caffra

(= Acacia caffra) A small to medium sized deciduous tree with a soft and feminine appearance. It is a good choice to plant in lawns, as its open canopy allows enough light through to allow the grass to grow up to the stem. Drought and cold hardy, Senagalia caffra is a...

Combretum molle

Combertum molle is small to medium, deciduous tree with a rounded crown. It has a real ‘bushveld’ jiz or 'feel'. It often has beautiful yellow and bronze autumn colours. The four-winged seeds are a deep red-brown colour and remain on the plant for up to 6 months. It...

Chlorophytum saundersiae

Delicate, weeping and grass-like, Chlorophytum saundersiae, can be used to create a soft, meadowy feel in almost any size garden. Despite its appearance, is not a grass, and produces masses of small, white starry flowers through the summer months. It also grows...

Bulbine frutescens

Bulbine frutescens is an attractive, succulent shrub that makes a very good groundcover. The flowers are yellow or orange and are borne on slender spikes from August through summer to June. The sap from the leaves has wonderful skin healing properties. As it is...

Plumbago auriculata

A scrambling shrub with large clusters of attractive, sky-blue or white flowers, Plumbago auriculata has become one of southern Africa’s best loved garden plants. Besides its showy display when in flower, it is a very versatile garden subject. It can be used in mass...