From local fynbos to forest trees and Namaqualand succulents!

  • We grow beautiful, hardy plants and trees specifically designed by nature to flourish in local climate conditions which we supply wholesale or grow to order.
  • We can assist with plant rehabilitation, plant identification and guide you on using fynbos and indigenous plants in gardens.
  • We specialise in landscaping and garden design using only indigenous plants and trees, creating beautiful landscapes that are environmentally friendly too. Visit Good Hope Gardens Landscaping for more.
  • We run courses for adults and children to learn about fynbos and edible and medicinal plants. Spend an enjoyable day foraging near Cape Point and then learn how to prepare and eat what you find.
  • Visit our blog for up to date news & information. 

Gael Gray

Co-founder and owner of Good Hope Gardens Nursery. . Gael has a wealth of indigenous plant knowledge and has done ground breaking work in introducing previously unused indigenous species into the horticultural trade.
She supplies Kirstenbosch and South African National Parks, has worked with SANP and is a trustee/consultant for Wildcliff Nature Reserve in the Langeberg


Nursery Team

Our wonderful nursery team are well trained, knowledgeable and environmentally aware. 


Thomas Gray

A hands-on garden designer, Tom runs Good Hope Gardens Landscaping. With more than 10 years of indigenous landscaping experience, he is full of energy and creative ideas including garden furniture, water features, landscaping, wooden jungle gyms and green roof gardens. 


Roushanna Gray

Roushanna runs the Veld and Sea seasonal courses and events at Good Hope Gardens Nursery. She combines a passion for wild plants and eating and enjoys sharing her knowledge. 


Landscaping Team

The best landscaping team around. Friendly and professional, they help create all the beautiful gardens seen in the photo gallery and on the Good Hope Gardens Landscaping website.

“…These qualified physiologists had the courage to grow only indigenous plants when they weren’t terribly popular……they are a mine of valuable information when it comes to choosing the correct species and plant suitability.”
– Franchesca Watson, House and Garden.

“…What delighted me was the sensory element: new shapes, textures and fragrances”
Rupert Jefferies, Cape Chat.

“…If you are looking for indigenous plants for the garden and sound advice on what will grow where, then this is the place to visit.”
Marianne Alexander, Country Life.