Welcome to Our Nursery at Stepping Stones

Go Green, Go Gardening, Go Indigenous...

 

Find your indigenous plant in the Indigenous Plants A - Z section: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

 

Our Nursery at Stepping Stones specialises in South African Indigenous Plants.

 

The spectrum of  indigenous plants that the nursery sells, encompass trees, shrubs, groundcovers, succulents, bulbs, plants for bonsai and climbing plants.  We also sell compost and potting soil.

 

The South African National Botanical Garden's PlantZAfrica website for more information about Indigenous Plants.

 

NEWS FROM Our Nursery at Stepping Stones

(Peviously from Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden)

We have finally decided to leave the retail nursery business and are selling all our plants at 50 % discount. You are invited to visit our indigenous nursery at Stepping Stones Garden Village, 283 Honeydew Rd West, Northriding during the following weeks and make use of our half price sale.  We are open from 9:00 – 16:00 on Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday)

The Stock List is available on our website. For further information contact Suzette on 082 330 9751, email: atthegarden@absamail.co.za Website:  www.atthegarden.co.za

The drought of this summer swept a cry of alarm over the country. Not only farmers feel the effect of the shortage of water, but also people in urban areas with gardens that are normally looked after with tender loving care. Prevention is better than cure. We cannot prevent the force of drought, but we can certainly take precautions to lessen the effect. Among other measures, like mulching, gardeners can grow plants that need a small amount of water. Planting an indigenous, drought resistant garden really makes sense in water scarce South Africa.

Water-wise gardening is an approach to designing and maintaining your garden that will minimize the amount of water it needs in order to stay healthy and full of life.  This doesn’t mean that you have to dig up your lawn and replace it with a variety of hardy cacti and other succulents – not at all.  Sensible gardening, a little foresight, planning and consideration can make a big difference to your garden’s thirst for water. Water-wise gardening has become an essential facet of responsible water management that all home owners and garden lovers must actively consider and try to practice in their garden.

Although we are closing the nursery, I am still available to consult on indigenous gardening matters.  If you need advice on indigenous plants, garden design, identification of invasive plants or sourcing of plants, you are welcome to contact me, Suzette, on 082 330 9751, atthegarden@absamail.co.za

Welcome to Our Nursery at Stepping Stones

Go Green, Go Gardening, Go Indigenous...

 

Find your indigenous plant in the Indigenous Plants A - Z section: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

 

Our Nursery at Stepping Stones specialises in South African Indigenous Plants.

 

The spectrum of  indigenous plants that the nursery sells, encompass trees, shrubs, groundcovers, succulents, bulbs, plants for bonsai and climbing plants.  We also sell compost and potting soil.

 

 

NEWS FROM Our Nursery at Stepping Stones

(Peviously from Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden)

We have finally decided to leave the retail nursery business and are selling all our plants at 50 % discount. You are invited to visit our indigenous nursery at Stepping Stones Garden Village, 283 Honeydew Rd West, Northriding during the following weeks and make use of our half price sale.  We are open from 9:00 – 16:00 on Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday)

The Stock List is available on our website. For further information contact Suzette on 082 330 9751, email: atthegarden@absamail.co.za Website:  www.atthegarden.co.za

The drought of this summer swept a cry of alarm over the country. Not only farmers feel the effect of the shortage of water, but also people in urban areas with gardens that are normally looked after with tender loving care. Prevention is better than cure. We cannot prevent the force of drought, but we can certainly take precautions to lessen the effect. Among other measures, like mulching, gardeners can grow plants that need a small amount of water. Planting an indigenous, drought resistant garden really makes sense in water scarce South Africa.

Water-wise gardening is an approach to designing and maintaining your garden that will minimize the amount of water it needs in order to stay healthy and full of life.  This doesn’t mean that you have to dig up your lawn and replace it with a variety of hardy cacti and other succulents – not at all.  Sensible gardening, a little foresight, planning and consideration can make a big difference to your garden’s thirst for water. Water-wise gardening has become an essential facet of responsible water management that all home owners and garden lovers must actively consider and try to practice in their garden.

Although we are closing the nursery, I am still available to consult on indigenous gardening matters.  If you need advice on indigenous plants, garden design, identification of invasive plants or sourcing of plants, you are welcome to contact me, Suzette, on 082 330 9751, atthegarden@absamail.co.za



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