Welcome to Nguni Nursery

Wholesale Plant & Tree Nursery

Specializing In Contract Growing and Supply Of Indigenous Plants, Tree Saplings For Sustainable Landscapes, Greening Projects, Horticultural Industry, Ecological Restoration, etc.


Contract Growing

We Contract Grow Indigenous plants & trees for Greening Projects, Horticultural Industry, Land Restoration, Environmental Rehabilitation Initiatives and Mass Climate Change Planting Projects.  We mass produce plant material according to specifications set by our clients and we agree on hand-over/delivery dates.
"We give our clients peace of mind, because they know working with Nguni yields high quality mass plants and trees."


Tree Sapling Supply

4L Bag Trees 

Specification are as follows: 4L bag Height (0.35 meter to 1 meter). Height and stem sizes are dependent on tree species 

10L Bag Trees 

Specification are as follows: 10L bag  Height (1.2 meter and above).

Height and stem sizes are dependent on tree species 

20L Bag Trees

Height (1.6 meters and above) 

Height and stem sizes are dependent on tree species 



Monitoring and Evaluating Greening Projects  
Community Indigenous Plant and Tree Production  
On The Ground Green Stakeholder liaison 
Planting Events Planning 
Nursery Set Up 
Monitoring Reports Using Basic Drone Photo & Mapping Imagery Data


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Nguni Consulting Services in collaboration with Rooiberg Breederiver Conservancy to set up a restoration nursery 

Since 2020, Nguni Nursery has provided advice on nursery construction and assisted with equipment purchase, irrigation and layout. Most crucially, training has been provided to the conservancy manager and workers on seed collection, seed cleaning, sowing and germination triggers, plant care, and planting advice. In under a year we have been able to grow over 12 tree and shrub species, and have begun planting to riparian sites. Rehabilitation site selection and

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condition of the rivers was carried out by ourselves and Siyabulela KaSokomani from Nguni nursery, who continues to provide prompt advice to any queries raised.

It has been an absolute pleasure to work with Siyabulela KaSokomani, whose enthusiasm for restoration and community upliftment projects is evident in all his work. Engaging discussions on restoration, a relatively new discipline in South Africa, is appreciated and we look forward to working with him in the future, as together we learn how to restore arid riparian zones.


Recent Green Work 

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Urban Forest Project Johannesburg 

This ecopreneurship project will created one centralised school-based tree nursery and engage students in planting 5,000+ trees on school campuses across Thembisa. Students will learn about the nursery business model and how to plant and grow trees in a changing climate.

Earth day Planting 2022

On Earth Day (22 June 2022) we planted 10 000 indigenous trees in 5 different locations across South Africa.  creating 35 temporary jobs, we  partnered up with the International Tree Foundation and One Tree Planted.  On the day we managed to work with over 80 Volunteers. Planted in a community facility in Phillippi, In Two schools in Johannesburg, Two Schools in Cape Town and local small holder farm in Philippi Horticultural Area.