Mango Tree Blossoms

Mango Tree Blossoms

Mango Trees can grow up to 35 m tall and can produce fruit for hundreds of year with the correct conditions and feeding. They can be grown in colder areas although traditionally they were only grown in Tropical and sub-tropical climates. Cover with a frost cover from...
Almond Trees

Almond Trees

Spring has sprung and our young Almond Trees are sprouting new leaves and blossoming. There are many Almond varieties, the most common being Non-Pariel. Both male and female blossoms require bee pollination. They are drought resistant. Should your area be subjected to...
Peach Trees Blossoming

Peach Trees Blossoming

Peach trees are blossoming. We have a range of yellow cling and Freestone peaches. Freestone means that the pip is easily removed.  The Early Grande Peach and De Wet Peach are a large yellow skinned variety with a red blush.  Early Grande are blossoming...
Thornless Blackberry Plants

Thornless Blackberry Plants

Thornless Blackberry plants are back in stock. They are really small but many are starting to flower already. They will bear only a small amount of fruit their first season and each year you will receive a better yield. Below is a Blackberry that is just a few months...
White Genoa Fig Trees

White Genoa Fig Trees

These are the White Genoa Figs we sell. They are huge trees around 2 metres tall and ready to fruit. White Genoa Fig Tree is an excellent variety. They can be grown in cool coastal areas, but not recommended for very hot or humid climates. They are strong and vigorous...
Container grown Coffee Trees

Container grown Coffee Trees

Whether you plant your coffee tree indoors or out, they require a rich, well composted soil. A pot needs to be, 60cm square at least Container grown Coffee Trees should be placed outside in a shaded area so that the white flowers can be pollinated, Spring and Autumn....
Black Raspberry Plants

Black Raspberry Plants

Black Raspberry plants prefer full sun and a sheltered spot if possible, for best fruiting. They can tolerate cold temperatures of -20 degrees. Black raspberries are creepers, therefore require a trellis or fence to climb along. They can easily grow 3m in one year and...
Organic Lemon Trees

Organic Lemon Trees

If you plan to grow your lemon tree in a 50x50x50cm pot, use a whole bag of our volcanic rock dust with a mixture of compost and potting soil. Place stones on the bottom of your pot for good drainage. If planting in the ground, dig a hole at least 50 cm wide and 50cm...
Fruit trees fruiting

Fruit trees fruiting

Planted these fruit trees last year in September 2018. Naartjie, Cherry Guava, Guava Tree, Granadilla are all fruiting currently. Don’t delay, plant your fruit trees as soon as possible to be able to pick your own fruit sooner rather than later. There is nothing...
Custard Apples

Custard Apples

Custard Apple trees produce a large number of custard apples. The fruits ripen in late winter and early spring when most other summer fruits are not available. Avoid planting in soils that previously grew ginger, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes and potatoes. Plant in full...
Tayberry fruiting

Tayberry fruiting

Tayberries start flowering in late summer and can tolerate frost but they do not do well in heavy frost areas. They grow very well in a pot of about 40-50cm wide and deep, but will require a trellis for the vines to grow up. It is a quick grower and prolific fruiter....
Goji Berry in a pot

Goji Berry in a pot

There are 2 Goji Berry plants in this pot. This is not ideal but as these 2 Goji were battling in the garden, we did not know whether they would survive. As you can see they not only survived but are thriving after being planted 6 months ago. If you find that a berry...
Guavadilla Vine

Guavadilla Vine

Plant in full sun preferrably for flower and fruit production. Guavadilla plants have deep roots, so plant in deep and fertile soil with a pH of between 6 – 6.5. Using a good organic compost would be perfect, water well and ensure that the site has good...
Cherry Trees

Cherry Trees

Cherries are so delicious, why not grow your own? The season is short, very labour intensive and therefore cherries are extremely expensive. Our Sweet Black Cherries will be ready to fruit in about 2 years, and Red Sour cherries ready to fruit in about a year. They...
Cherry Guava Trees

Cherry Guava Trees

Quite an unknown fruit in South Africa, often called a Strawberry Guava, they start flowering in late spring, but sometimes the tree may have a second bloom in late autumn depending on the weather. The fruit ripens in mid to late Summer. The fruit is about the size of...
Aronia Berry – A Hedge

Aronia Berry – A Hedge

The perfect hedge which also produces berries. Aronia Berries are grown for its attractive appearance as well as being a super fruit, known to lower blood pressure, illiminate toxins, and even known to have anti-cancer properties. Overseas the Aronia Berry plant...
Our Berry Plant sizes

Our Berry Plant sizes

The picture shows our berry plant sizes as you buy them at certain times of the year. In winter they often have no leaves at all as they are dormant, and in summer they are much bigger and often fruiting already/or ready to fruit.  Planting is always better in...
Arabica Coffee Trees

Arabica Coffee Trees

Arabica Coffee Plants are evergreen trees with shiny leaves that prefer a filtered or dappled space in the garden. Ideal for growing indoors in the colder months. Coffee trees cannot tolerate frost and will need to be protected during winter. Cover with a frost cover...
Olive and Peach Trees

Olive and Peach Trees

Olive Trees require full sun if possible, but can take some shade. Do not plant in an area where water accumulates during heavy downpours. They grow in any light soil, stony soil with gravel content, is ideal and even clay, but the soil must have good drainage. Most...
Growing Fruit Trees

Growing Fruit Trees

With the cost of food soaring and so many people being more health conscious than ever before, growing your own fruit is the way to go. Most important to start with when planting is ensuring that the soil is correct. Many fruit trees require slightly acidic soil, so...