Our indigenous garden plants are displayed throughout our retail plant nursery in an informative and unique way with the aim to inspire.
As you move through the garden-like setting, there is “in situ” inspiration and advice for the landscaper, gardening enthusiast and layman alike.
Additionally, indigenous plant information labels tell you all you need to know about the plants. Our extensive indigenous plant catalogue will also give you detailed information on all the plants cultivated here at Random Harvest Nursery. Our helpful staff will be able to assist you with your questions, and we do have special botanical events for the enthusiasts among us.
Furthermore, within our beautiful setting, see mature tree specimens to give you a practical guideline of how they will look in a garden environment.
Some examples of the environmentally sustainable display gardens we have created are:
These gardens change from time to time to make way for new and fresh ideas.
Customers are welcome in our expansive growing section. You might find a rare indigenous plant, or something unusual.
Most of our plants are frost and drought hardy, which is particularly important when gardening on the Transvaal Highveld.
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