Growwild - Purposefully Indigenous
Grow Wild is a nursery specializing in the propagation of plants indigenous to Southern Africa.
We grow a wide variety of trees, shrubs, groundcovers, bulbs and aloes. If what you want is not available at Grow Wild we will try and source for you. Some of the plants listed are not suitable for cold Highveld gardens. Our emphasis is on hardy Highveld plants which will survive periods of drought as well as harsh winter temperatures.
The retail nursery at 102 Dunmaglass Road, Glenferness, Midrand is a tranquil environment under the canopy of indigenous trees, which is well stocked and has informative labeling.
We also supply wholesale plants to landscapers, schools and municipalities.
We welcome your visit or email us so that we can be of assistance to you. I have used The Illustrated Dictionary of Southern African Plant Names by Hugh Clarke and Michael Charters in the plant descriptions to see the derivation of the names. It makes interesting reading.
We are wheelchair accessible.
Access to Grow Wild Nursery
Closure of Dunmaglass Road c/o Main Road
Weekends gate is Closed
Weekdays opens 6am – 9am and 13:00 – 17:00
When closed, gain access via Zinnea, next road north which runs parallel to Dunmaglass.
Left at the Zinnea robot on Main Rd,
First left into McInnes Road
First left into Dunmaglass Road
2nd property on the right.
Merwillia plumbea (was Scilla natalensis)Blue Squill
Medicinal value. Stunning in flower.Read more
Acokanthera oppositifoliaBushmans Poison
Contains poisonous milky latex and poisonous berries. Used medicinally.Read more
Ledebouria petiolata was Drimiopsis maculataLeopard Lily, Spotted-Leaved Drimiopsis, Little White Soldier
Medicinal, indoor plant.Read more
Medicinal and magical, leaves used to flavour curry.Read more
Freylinia tropicaBlue Honeybell Bush
Undemanding plant that is great pruned as a formal hedge.Read more
Salix mucronataSafsaf Willow
Plant near a pond, medicinal and magical uses.Read more
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011 465 8857
082 824 6715
Monday – Friday 8am – 4.30 pm
Saturday – Sunday 9am – 4.30 pm