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.
The Big Aloe Festival
This year’s annual Big Aloe Festival featuring Sunbird Aloes’ beautiful hybrids, will be held at Witkoppen Wildflower Nursery. The festival will start on Friday, 19th of July and ending on Sunday the 4th of August.
The gate to the nursery off Valley Road in North Riding Agricultural Holdings.
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.
Latest updates and articles from the nursery.
Is spring on its way? We see Southern Masked Weavers year-round in our garden. Males change into breeding colours annually, and seeing them in breeding colours is often for us a sign that winter will soon be over. Last week, 17 July, we noticed that some males are...
Plectranthus ecklonii, ""Medley Wood", the purple-blue coloured form adds vibrancy to shady gardens. One of the most colourful and showy of shade loving plants, it is no wonder that Plectranthus ecklonii, the Large Spurflower Bush or Persmuishondblaar was among the...
A free-flowering, medium sized shrub, Pavonia praemorsa the Yellow Mallow, grows well in cultivation and adds value to large and small gardens. It has small (3 cm) yellow, hibiscus-like flowers all year, with peaks in spring and autumn. It...