Witkoppen Wildflower Nursery
.The Nursery is Open Again.
It has been confirmed that under Level 4 of the Covid-19 Lockdown it is safe for nurseries to open again and so
Witkoppen Wildflower Nursery has reopened
We will follow all the recommended safety steps in the nursery regarding hand sanitizing and social distancing and will opperate in a safe environment for our customers and our staff.
Celebrating more than 60 Years of Growing and Supplying
Quality Indigenous Plants
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 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.
A medium sized, evergreen shrub with attractive silvery-grey foliage and cheerful yellow daisy flowers. Euryops pectinatus flowers freely and is very showy when in full flower. It is a low maintenance, drought and cold hardy garden plant. Euryops pectinatus, Golden...
The Scadoxus punecius, Red Paintbrush, Rooikwas or isiphompo, is a very beautiful plant in flower. The large, bright red flowerheads of Scadoxus puniceus must be amongst the most spectacular in the floral world. The flowers are followed by another spectacle when the...
Aloe marlothii, known as the Mountain Aloe and Bergaalwyn, are drought hardy and do not require much maintenance,. Certainly one of the best known Aloes, Aloe marlothii’s beautiful shape and stunning flowers make it much sought after as a specimen plant in gardens in...