Welcome to Treeshop: Indigenous trees for your garden
Treeshop is a boutique indigenous tree nursery located near Pretoria. We cultivate and have for sale about 180 species of indigenous trees, including some scarcer ones. We also provide a range of specially cultivated container trees, ideally suited for small gardens. Our focus is on cultivation, but we can supply services such as landscape design, tree delivery and planting, using our trusted network of service providers.
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The video shows indigenous trees for sale at the Treeshop nursery
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We always strive to deliver quality indigenous trees for sale. Our focus is on the top-end of the tree market, including contract cultivation for prestigeous atrium landscaping projects.
Piet and Sandra are the owners of Treeshop.
Piet has a PhD in Engineering with many years business experience. His scientific backgound is very valuable in the day-to day care of the nursery. He automated many of the business' processes, thereby ensuring the quality of Treeshop's trees.
Sandra looks after our clients. She is responsible for the marketing and sales of our trees and services. Her commitment is to provide prompt, accurate and friendly service.
What Treeshop's clients say
Treeshop was was recently reviewed by a Gina Switala, a professional landscape architect. She is registered with the South African Council for the Landscape Architectural Profession, a member of the Institute for Landscape Architecture and the author of an e-book "A Homeowner's guide to Designing your Own Indigenous Garden"
In her Treeshop blogpost, Gina writes:
"The nursery is continuously expanding and through Piet and Sandra’s passion and dedication it is also innovating as they aim to become the best supplier of indigenous trees in Southern Africa. It boasts a wide range of indigenous trees of varying sizes and they are specifically attempting to grow trees that are not easily available in cultivation because they are either difficult to grow or find.
See some recent pictures of our nursery and read her full review here: