Things To Do in TulbaghTulbagh Nursery
Where? Nooitgedacht Farm, Tulbagh Road 6820, Cape Winelands.
When? Monday to Friday from 07h30 to 17h00.
Saturday from 08h00 to 12h00 (in Spring and Autumn*).
*Open on Saturdays during Spring and Autumn only. Closed on Public Holidays.
How? Call +27 (0)23 230-0694
How much? Free to browse
Whether or not you have a penchant for plants, the Tulbagh Nursery is set within such exquisite surrounds that you are sure to love a visit to this special little gem. Tulbagh is a small town in the Western Cape Province. It is quiet, but known and loved for its stunning backdrops of spectacular mountains, as well as its fruit orchards and wine farms. Cape Town, the capital city of the province, is just over 120 kilometres from Tulbagh and offers hundreds of fabulous attractions and activities.
The Tulbagh Nursery is a wholesale and retail outlet that has been situated on the Nooitgedacht Farm since it was established in 1990. It started off small, but has since grown to include impressive varieties of plants and accessories. It is now a one-stop shop for those wanting to add a little pizzazz to their window box, landscape a garden or anything in-between.
The Tulbagh Nursery stocks trees, roses, citrus, palms, shrubs, vegetables, herbs, perennials, succulents and aloes, pots, pesticides, tools, fertilisers, trellising, and garden décor accessories. These are available in a variety of sizes, and the sheer diversity of plants and accessories is guaranteed to impress. Most of the plants are produced on the premises. This allows the nursery to ensure that only the best quality, well-established plants are sold to the public.
Today, about 20 hectares of the farm is under plant. Despite its continued expansion, the Tulbagh Nursery is still a family-run business, giving it a personal air and passion that translates to excellent service and products. Tulbagh and its surrounds experience very hot summers and very cold winters, with regular winds. So, the plants at this nursery are well adapted to different climatic conditions and do well in gardens around South Africa.