From local fynbos to forest trees and Namaqualand succulents!

  • We grow beautiful, hardy plants and trees specifically designed by nature to flourish in local climate conditions which we supply wholesale or grow to order.
  • We can assist with plant rehabilitation, plant identification and guide you on using fynbos and indigenous plants in gardens.
  • We specialise in landscaping and garden design using only indigenous plants and trees, creating beautiful landscapes that are environmentally friendly too. Visit Good Hope Gardens Landscaping for more.
  • We run courses for adults and children to learn about fynbos and edible and medicinal plants. Spend an enjoyable day foraging near Cape Point and then learn how to prepare and eat what you find.
  • Visit our blog for up to date news & information. 

 

 NOVEMBER 2020 AVAILABILITY LIST  

 

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SPECIFIC NAME COMMENTS Bag size Quantity
Agathosma capensis Spicy buchu. Flowers a little later than others, mauve-pink 12cm 40
Agathosma ciliaris Citrus buchu 12cm 20
Agathosma serpyllacea Lemon scented, easy to grow, 50cm 12cm 10
Aizoon glinoides Flat spreading ground cover, succulent leaves yellow star flowers 15cm 20
Aristida junciformis Fynbos form with very fine leaves 12cm 20
Asparagus falcatus Robust, thorny climber, scented flowers 15cm 20
Chaetacanthus setiger Drought resistant white flowered ground cover 12cm 50
Chlorophytum krookianum Beautiful tall white spikes in late summer 17cm 30
Chrysocoma coma aurea Small rounded shrub with yellow button flowers 24 plug trays 3
Cliffortia obcordata 1.3m. Tiny maroon flowers. Interesting leaves. 15cm 50
Clutia alaternoides Good for clipping into balls or small hedging. Grey-green foliage. 15cm 50
Coleonema album White flowers. 1m. Coastal conditions. 15cm 20
Coleonema dark pink Pink flowers. 1m+. Coastal conditions. 15cm 200
Coleonema dark pink Pink flowers. 1m+. Coastal conditions. 12cm 100
Crassula fragilis Succulent groundcover. White flowers. 12cm 20
Crassula muscosa 'Rustafari" Attractive soft yellowy green foliage 12cm 60
Crassula nudicaulis Found on the peninsula in flower now 15cm 20
Crassula pellucida Large leaf form - hanging baskets 24plug trays 4
Crassula perfoliata Grey-green foliage, bright red flowers. 15cm 10
Dicerothamnus rhinocerotus Renosterbos silver green  15cm 20
Dombeya rotundifolia Small tree. White flowers now, coming into leaf. 60kg 2
Drosanthemum lique Small mauve flowers  12cm 40
Elegia tectorum 'Fish Hoek' Restio, 1,2m. Seasonal wetland  12cm 200
SPECIFIC NAME COMMENTS Bag size Quantity
Ekebergia capensis Cape Ash 50kg 8
Eriocephalus eximius Smaller leaf and neater plant than E. africanus 15cm 20
Eriocephalus racemosa Dune strandveld plant silver leaves upright 15cm 30
Felicia fruticosa Cape Peninsula Felicia in flower now 12cm 15
Geranium incanum White flowers Cape Peninsula form 12cm 40
Helichrysum retortum De Hoop coastal sand large white everlasting flowers -  in bud 12cm 80
Hermannia pinnata Sweetly scented orange bells 12cm 30
Hymenolepis crithmifolia 2.5m, fast. Big flat yellow heads of flowers 17cm 20
Hypoxis hemerocallidea In flower so pretty 15cm 15
Jasminum angulare Fast growing drought resistant Jasmin 17cm 20
Jasminum multipartitum (creeper) Wild Jasmin edible flowers.  17cm 10
Jordaaniella dubia Creeping Succulent 12cm 30
Lampranthus falciformis Table Mountain, pink flowers. 25cm 12cm 30
Leucadendron laureolum 2m. Local to Peninsula. This years seedlings. 15cm 100
Lycium ferrocissimum Tough spiky coastal shrub. Berries loved by birds. 20kg 7
Maytenus acuminata Small tree to 5m. 60kg 2
Maytenus procumbens Large coastal shrub, wind resistant 10kg 20
Mentha longifolia Wild Mint delicious in teas 12cm 80
Mentha longifolia Wild Mint delicious in teas 15cm 20
Nepeta mussinii Catmint, purple flowers. Not Indigenous. 12cm 100
Osmitopsis asteriscoides 2m, White river daisy, 'Belskruie'. Wetlands 15cm 30
Osteospermum fruticosum Coastal white flowered spreading ground cover 12cm 50
Otholobium bracteolatum 1.2m Dune fynbos shrub with blue flowers 17cm 30
Otholobium virgatum Spreading mauve flowered ground cover 24plug tray 2
Otholobium virgatum Spreading mauve flowered ground cover 12cm 100
Othonna arborescens 60cm. Compact growth. 15cm 40
Pelargonium betulinum Maagpyn bossie low growing pretty 15cm 30
SPECIFIC NAME COMMENTS Bag size Quantity
Pelargonium cucullatum Peninsula pelargonium 15cm 40
Pelargonium exstipulatum Stunning small growing and grey leaved Pelargonium 12cm 20
Pelargonium fragrans Nutmeg scented compact pelargonium 15cm 50
Pelargonium X radens Lovely pinnate leaf in flower 15cm 30
Phylica ericoides Hardy compact coastal shrub small white fls 12cm 150
Phylica ericoides Hardy compact coastal shrub small white fls 17cm 50
Pentzia incana Dainty low growing shrub from the karoo 15cm  30
Polygala gazensis 1,2m. Fine leaves & arching shape. Flowering. 17cm 40
Polygala myrtifolia var pinifolia 30cm, cascades. Retaining walls & slopes 15cm 50
Psoralea repens Trailing groundcover, coastal dunes. 24plug trays 8
Rapanea melanophloeos Boekenhout Tree. Flushing new red leaves. 20kg 6
Ruschia macowanii Sandy coastal areas, pink flowers 24plug trays 2
Selago polystachya Coastal sands, white flowers Oct-Mar, 60cm 12cm 25
Syncarpha argyropsis Silver leaf, pink bud 12cm 40
Tribolium uniolae Tufted, perennial fynbos grass. 12cm 30
Tulbaghia violacea Wild Garlic. 15cm 20

 

 

 

“…These qualified physiologists had the courage to grow only indigenous plants when they weren’t terribly popular……they are a mine of valuable information when it comes to choosing the correct species and plant suitability.”
– Franchesca Watson, House and Garden.

“…What delighted me was the sensory element: new shapes, textures and fragrances”
– 
Rupert Jefferies, Cape Chat.

“…If you are looking for indigenous plants for the garden and sound advice on what will grow where, then this is the place to visit.”
– 
Marianne Alexander, Country Life.