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Coral Reef Auaucaria or Caledonia Pine - Araucaria columnaris

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An ideal screening and windbreak tree, something that will take the most extreme weather -even the cape flats and notorious South Easters. Another big bonus is the needle like leaves, unlike other species in this family make it vandal proof and unlikely to be stolen once planted.

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Tree Wisteria Bolusanthus Speciosus

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BOLUSANTHUS SPECIOSUS ~ TREE WISTERIA Bolusanthus speciosus, also known as Tree Wisteria or Vanwykshout (Afrikaans), it is definitely one of the most remarkable indigenous trees in S.A! This unique tree is widely spread across Southern Africa (From Angola and Zambia to KZN, South Africa).When it is flowering it imitates the Jacaranda tree which unfortunately is recognized as an invader species in parts...

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Water and Pin Oaks - Quercus in stock

Quercus Nigra 250L

Quercus - We have 3 types of Quercus Trees available and ready to take home. Quercus Nigra, Quercus Ilex and Quercus Palustris, which are all a genus of the Oak Tree. Let’s briefly discuss them.

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Assistant Nursery Manager Position

We have an exciting new position coming available within the nursery. All interested applicants can contact Scott on nursery@plantculture.co.za

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Nursery Assistant Sales position available

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We are pleased to announce that we have an exciting new position open in the nursery a Nursery sales and growing assistant. Should you be interested or know someone who would, feel free to forward details to our temporary appointment email address. employplantculture@gmail.com 

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Chameleon's in the Nursery

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These fun and colourful animals are reptiles; they are part of the ‘iguana’ suborder within the reptile family. Fun fact: There are 171 known species of chameleons in the world and they are one of the few animals that can change skin colour! It is a common misconception that chameleons always change colour to match their surroundings.

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London Plane Tree - Platanus Acerifolia

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This beautiful tree is deciduous and is often planted as a street tree. It was first discovered in London in about 1645, hence its name ‘London plane tree’ or as many South Africans known it as the ‘Plataanboom.’It provides lovely shade and has the ability to survive air pollution, scarcity of water and other issues in cities; which is why...

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Water Shortage....Plant more Trees. By Eden

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As the water restrictions continue in the Western Cape one of the best ways to save water is to plant trees!It can cool your garden down, providing shade and it’s a great way to conserve water and reduce the cost of air conditioning too.  Contrary to common belief deciduous trees are a great option because they provide shade in the...

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Sunbird Malachite's in the Nursery

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These beautiful creatures are often seen enjoying the sun perched on our tree aloes or drinking nectar from an Aloe Cooperi. The sunbird’s lovely and magical green-blue feathers change color in the sun and causes you to gaze at them in awe. The Malachite sunbird’s home is in Southern Africa.

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Our Donation to Stellenbosch

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We are happy to have donated over 100 trees as part of our support project in promoting tree planting initiatives. Here is what Stellenbosch municipality had to say.

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