Good Hope Gardens Nursery was established a quarter of a century ago in Hout Bay, and moved to its present location over the road from Cape Point Nature Reserve in 1986.

At the very beginning it was named Fourways Nursery, then Good Hope Nursery and is now Good Hope Gardens Nursery.

We started growing indigenous plants for sale to other retail nurseries, and are proud to list Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and Table Mountain National Parks among our valued customers.


“…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.