Category Archives: Plants

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Looking for Plants for Sale? Windy Willows is a wholesale nursery that offers over 300 different species of trees, plants, flowers, perennials, ground covers, vegetables, and selected herbs for sale. We also have a number of services to choose from, … Continue reading

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Botanical Plant Nursery

Windy Willows Wholesale Plant Nursery Caters to All Your Botanical Needs When it comes to shopping for your garden, wholesale prices are not easy to come by. These days, the markup on most plants is ridiculously high, and buying flowers, … Continue reading

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A Wide Range Of Plants For Sale

Windy Willows Wholesale Nursery Offers a Wide Range of Plants for Sale At Windy Willows Wholesale Nursery, 90% of our plants are grown on-site in Honeydew, Johannesburg. We have over 300 varieties of trees, shrubs, perennials, groundcovers, and selected herbs … Continue reading

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Brighten up Your Garden with a Wonderful Range of Plants for Sale in Johannesburg

Have you ever walked passed a nursery and saw the most beautiful colourful blooms, but thought that there is no way you can afford to buy these beauties? To put it to you simply, this labour intensive beautiful, colourful blooms … Continue reading

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Landscaping Company in Gauteng Offers Professional Consultation plus Discounts

As one of the more enterprising landscaping companies in Gauteng we offer a uniquely valuable service to homeowners living in the province. From our extensive growing premises located in the north-west of Johannesburg, Windy Willows wholesale nursery has introduced an … Continue reading

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Indigenous Plants

The Advantages of Indigenous Plants While many plants may grow in a range of countries around the world, similar to people, they originated from a particular place. Plants are `indigenous’ to the country that they originated in. Agapanthuses, for example, … Continue reading

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