Its official. Take Root Nursery is now open and ready to provide Cape Town inner city home gardeners and landscapers with all their organic gardening and irrigation needs.
Set within the historic grounds of Nazareth House in Vredehoek, Take Root Nursery is the realisation of Bridget Albert of GROW Landscaping’s vision to create an inner city nursery and sanctuary with a strong emphasis on sustainable gardening principles. This is evident in the way that the nursery has grown organically from the existing site at Nazareth House, utilizing reused and upcycled materials for its creation.
You will find a wide variety of organically grown and sourced heirloom seeds, seedlings and plants for sale at Take Root Nursery. From edibles such as fruit, vegetable and herb plants; to larger fruit trees and other water wise, indigenous plants; every effort has been made to ensure that all plants and other products are produced following organic and ecologically sound practices.
We produce our own organic compost mulch from GROW Landscaping’s maintenance waste which can be purchased in whatever quantity you require. From just a few cup -fulls to much larger amounts, you can bring your own bags or reuse reliance compost bags we recycle for this purpose.
The nursery also stock’s various other types of organic compost, potting soil, lawn dressing and more from Reliance compost; a wide range of certified organic fertilizers from Talborne Organics; an variety of environmentally friendly pest control solutions from Biogrow; and an extensive irrigation range from Rainbird for the Landscapers out there.
And last but most definitely not least, we stock a wonderful selection of locally produced pots, planters and other sustainable decor items at the nursery.
So whether you’re a home gardener, a landscaper, or just want to talk sustainable gardening; please come pay us a visit at Take Root Nursery, our little sanctuary of sustainability and growth in the Cape Town City Bowl.
Monday to Friday: 9am – 5 pm
Saturdays: 10am – 2pm
Sundays 10am – 1:00pm
Entrance is on Chelsea Avenue, Vredehoek, Cape Town.