Prices & Specials

SPECIALS!!! (While stock lasts)

Camelia Japonica - 50L & 100L - FROM R550.00

A variety of colours available. 50L - WAS R740.00, NOW R550.00. 100L - WAS R1184.00, NOW R750.00.

Herbs - 15cm - R19.50

A variety of herbs available.

Hibiscus - 20L - WAS R189.00, NOW R129.00!!

A variety of colours available.

Williams Hybrid Banana - 19cm pot - R25.00 each. +- 1.2m high

The cultivar Williams, imported from Australia, was released in South Africa mainly to eliminate the problem of choke throat in cold winters. Temp: For best growth above 18.3°C is recommended. Wind tolerant. Light: Full sun to no less than 30% shade. Foliage growers should use 30%-60% shade. Soil: Good water holding capacity is needed.

Syzigium Paniculatum Ring - 50L - Was R495.00 NOW R299.00!!

Also known by the common name magenta cherry, is a broad dense bushy rainforest tree native to New South Wales. It grows to a height of 15 m with trunk diameter up to 35 cm. Leaves are 3–9 cm long, opposite, simple and slightly obovate, tapering at the leaf base. The leaves are dark glossy above, and paler below. White flowers are produced in clusters. The edible fruit is usually magenta, but can be white, pink or purple.

Variety of marked trees on special! 19cm - R29.00; 10L - R59.00; 20L - R99.00

19cm - Buddleja Saligna, Ilex Mitis, Jambos, Podocarpus Latifolius, Trichilia Dregeana, Blinkblaar, Quercus Suber, Diospyros Whyteana, Olinia Ventosa, Curtisia Dentata, Celtis Africana, Platanus, Halleria Lucida. Ceratonia Siliqua, Quercus Canariensis, Schizolobium. 10L & 20L - Mixed vartiety of marked trees. *Photo shows the height of the 19cm trees.

Download our latest retail price list of our products and plants.


PLEASE NOTE: We do not always have sufficient stock of a specific plant/product displayed on our price list. Please phone us on 023 230 0694 or email us on [email protected] to find out the availability.

Availablility lists are available on request for roses, fruit trees and citrus. Unfortunately we cannot provide an availability list on plants, due to constant propogation.