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There are so few places in and around Johannesburg where, as a pensioner, you can enjoy tea and cream scones in a beautiful and peaceful outdoor garden setting for just R40.00. Once a week our Pensioners' Special at Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery allows for just this.
Easy access to the tea garden and the retail nursery means that even senior citizens using walkers or in a wheelchair can reach the outside sitting areas, and enjoy the garden-like meandering paths around the nursery.
Popular tags: Pensioners Day, Pensioners special, Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery
My love for South African Indigenous Plants goes much further than just the plants in the soil.
I get so excited when I see botanical artwork that not only captures the likeness of the plant, but the essence of it too. Gillian Condy’s beautiful botanical paintings do just that.
We are delighted that Gillian will be exhibiting some of her botanical watercolours and prints at Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, from Saturday the 2nd of April until the end of the month. We are open from 8am to 5pm daily.
Popular tags: South African Indigenous plants, Gillian Condy, Botanical art, Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery
Creating a colourful, shady indigenous forest garden in your back yard may seem an impossible task.
Most people these days feel that their small outdoor spaces are unsuitable for creating a tree-rich shady haven.
At Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, Jeffrey and Fritos have transformed a very hot, small courtyard space into a unique indigenous shady garden with astounding attention to detail in their garden design. Not only did they look at the key elements of a forest, but they created the garden with their nursery customers frequently asked questions about gardening in the shade, in mind.
Popular tags: Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, garden design, shady garden, indigenous forest garden, gardening in the shade, shade garden, indigenous plants
The best way to invite butterflies to your balcony or patio garden is by creating habitat to encourage them to take up residence. Habitat is simply a place where a living creature can meet all of their needs for food, shelter, water and a place to breed. You can provide for all of these needs in an indigenous plant container garden on your balcony, so that you can enjoy beautiful butterflies even in a tiny outdoor space.
Our most recent display garden gives you plenty of ideas on how to attract butterflies to your own beautiful butterfly balcony garden by using indigenous plants. Here are some great tips from Linda De Luca and her team at Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery to create the best “invitations” for butterflies to your container garden.
Popular tags: container gardening, indigenous plants, Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, butterfly balcony garden
I never cease to be amazed at how children respond to being at Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery. It is as if they rediscover open space and the beauty of nature around them all over again.
I am a firm believer in Nature being a wonderful teacher. In fact, some experts refer to nature as “Vitamin N”- essential for a healthy balanced life. For many children that live in urban areas, Random Harvest Nursery provides a vital dose of this “Vitamin N”. We like to engage the children with their senses, encouraging them to respond to what is around them through touch, smell, hearing and sight.
Popular tags: outdoor activities, fun kids activities, indigenous plants, wildlife garden, Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, succulent gardens
WIN a Bumper Giveaway of great indigenous gardening goodies from Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery worth over R2000!
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Popular tags: indigenous plants, organic home-grown compost, potting soil, Rock Dust organic fertilizer, ceramic plant pots, Random Harvest Indigenous Plant Nursery, garden landscaping ideas, great indigenous gardening
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