600 large Agapanthus, 300 large Solanium, , 70 orange and yellow Honeysuckle, 300 small clivia and other. My father passed away and I am cleaning his nursery. Take all for the bargain price of R10000 or negotiate on price for individual plants. Must go! Much more included in price. Absolute bargain!
Plants from R3;herbs R5;ponytails R30;cycas revolutas vanaf R60;groundcovers R10;Kaktus en vetplante R10;Arum lilysR20;Daylilies R20;Clivias R10;Trees R70;Shrubs R15;MUCH MORE COME AND HAVE A LOOK;BOOYSENS,PRETORIA
plants,trees,flowers from R3;GRONDBEDDEKKERS R10,GROENTEPLANTJIES R3,KRUIE/HERBS R5;KAKTUS EN VETPLANTE VANAFR10;CLIVIAS VANFR10;BOME/TREES VANAF R50;DAYLILIES R20;CYCAS REVOLUTAS FROM R60;ARUM LILIES R20;PONYTAILS FROM R30;ROSE R40;BAIE MEER,KOM KYK GERUS.BOOYSENS.PRETORIA.
PLANTUITVERKOPING IN BOOYSENS,PRETORIA.KRUIE/HERBS VANAF R5;GROENTEPLANTJIES R3;GRONDBEDDEKKERS/GROUNDCOVERS R10;PONYTAILS FROM R30;PALMS FROM R70;DAGLELIES/DAYLILIES R20;CLIVIAS FROM R10;CYCAS REVOLUTAS VANAF R60;SHRUBS R15;KAKTUS EN VETPLANTE VANAF R10.MUCH MORE PLANTS ON SALE.
Stunning plot in Wilderness close to "Map of Africa", perfect for holiday house, retirement or if you're looking to escape to the magnificent beauty of Wilderness. The property is filled with indigenous forest, footpaths leading down to the Kaaimans River and bird life. More info: Refer to first Google Earth map. North is on top. 1. Servitude road comes in from Remskoenlaan past small buildings on left. 2. Near end of road on left is a small clearing that makes it possible for vehicles to turn around. This should be cleared of long grass and branches that might have fallen from the surrounding Black Wattles. 3. At end of the road is a water point on the right hand edge of the road and start of the plot. 4. In line with the left hand side of the road and describing the left edge of the road when connecting the line with the trig beacon on the corner where the road splits off to the buildings on the left, a trig beacon is situated on the corner of the plot and the road a few meters to the left and into the clearing. A few meters from the last mentioned beacon towards the clearing, is a second one. Both of these might probably be covered by grass and will have to be cleared to be visible. See the triangle signs on the map for its location more or less. 5. Going down the slope in a northerly direction along the cleared border, starting at the water point, one reaches the bottom where I made a few steps from rock and poles to prevent erosion. Right at the bottom there is a second trig beacon at the base of a Black Wattle tree that I left as an easy reference mark. This forms the north eastern corner of the property. (The footpath leading down the slope might have been overgrown by now as it is not in regular use.) 6. Turning left at this beacon, there is a grassy pathway that eventually enters a forested area lower down and then twists along the trees and down a slope towards a bend in the stream. The path might be overgrown or difficult to navigate the first time but the north western corner beacon will be located on a rock in the middle of the stream a couple of meters below a little waterfall. 7. The beacon for the south western corner is somewhere just below the house of Dr Brodie. I could never locate it as that area is very thickly overgrown. One can follow the lines of other boundaries on that side or use a GPS after obtaining the co-ordinates from the municipality or a map. I do not know where my maps are stacked away at present. I simply never bothered and am happy to know more or less where those borders are. (Looking at this again I think the south eastern boundary should be sloping slightly more to include a bigger part of the patch of forest at the bottom right hand corner.) 8. The last beacon, south eastern corner is easy to locate. From the clearing at the water point, a clear path goes down almost straight into the forest area to one’s left. At the bottom one reaches the old historical “sleeppad” that was once used to haul out the harvested trees from the area. Turning right into this road, one will find the trig beacon on the right side on the edge of the road a couple of meters from where you entered the road. Refer to the second map. On this map I tried to indicate some of the attributes and footpaths of the property. 1. The clearing at the entry point with a white square as a prime spot for the building of a magnificent north facing dwelling with an awesome view across the valley towards the mountains and even some sea view towards the south, especially if one builds a double storey house. There is always a refreshing easy breeze, either from the mountains or from the sea. 2. The old gravel pit, see white oval patch can easily be developed into a rain catchment small dam allowing some animal life and a drinking point for the many bush buck and bush pig found there. 3. The footpath along the northern slope harbours a lot of wild life along the grassy path. It then enters an interesting piece of forest and fairy-like stream that can be followed along its left bank where a footpath traverses all along the edge of the Kaaimans river. I have even seen bush babies here during late afternoon. One can go right down to the river at several points. The footpath then leads you away from the river and onto the bottom part of the “sleeppad” again, thus completing a great circle route. I do not know what its present condition is like, but it was a well-defined route and should not be difficult to maintain. 4. Several other footpaths can also be utilized. The one going down into the forested area have different options leading from it to one’s right going down so that one can traverse the forest at different heights and slopes and joining up with the “sleeppad” on its highest point on a slight Plato with tall trees and lovely picnic spots. There are ample open space to, for instance start a clivia or fern nursery underneath the canopy or to erect a wooden observation chalet on stilts and wooden walkways as to not damage the forest floor. The “sleeppad” road is often blocked by falling branches but should be very easy to clear now and then. It goes right down to the Kaaimans River. This is a historic road and should be kept from being overgrown by young trees and forms a wonderful access to the forested area. 5. Starting at the very bottom of the cleared area at the top, is a footpath leading down along the ridge and a little Plato towards the middle of the western border where one can erect a little bungalow overlooking the Kaaimans valley. 6. From the above point there is a footpath going down a rocky slope and into a triangular piece of the forested area in the corner formed by the western and northern border. 7. Above footpath joins up with the footpath along the northern border. 8. There are also a few other footpaths on the property. 9. The area of the plot itself is 10.8644 ha but it joins up with a strip of catchment area between the Kaaimans river and its western border. This area is no-man’s land and cannot be occupied without a border. It creates a feeling of a much bigger area to the plot and as it is an empty area it, harbours more room for natural wild animal life in the area.
This terraced, low maintenance and spacious 480 square m home, sheltered from the South Easter, and nestles in a private cul de sac, less than 2 minutes’ walk to the Blue Flag Bikini Beach. The shady garden areas boast yellow wood, white stink wood and fruit trees, there is a drip irrigation, and is home to more than 100 Clivia.
The entrance hall welcomes you to an open plan lounge/dining room area with sliding doors opening onto an entertainment and view terrace. The TV. area has a gas fired fireplace, mini bar and flows onto a well-designed kitchen boasting solid, quality oak cupboards, granite tops, a scullery and store rooms. Main bedroom on this level is en suite and opens on to the terrace overlooking the harbour.
The home has access from Miller Street; there is ample storage space, a home office and a mini gym. Two bedrooms share a bathroom. An enclosed sun room/lounge area. Third bedroom en suite, a spacious workshop and double automated garage with direct access for security. Ground floor flat has a separate entrance, comprising a spacious bedroom, lounge/dining area, kitchen, studio, /wine cellar an outside built in braai. This prime location with panoramic ocean and mountain views offers a great opportunity to acquire this special home.
BIG PLANTSALE IN BOOYSENS,PRETORIA.PLANTS FROM R3.HERBS R5;GROUNDCOVERS R10;CYCAS R60;CLIVIAS R10;DAYLILIES R20;PONYTAILS R30;KAKTUS EN VETPLANTE R10;ARUM LILIES R20;TREES R70;FLOWERS R10;PALMS R70;VYGIES R10;ROSES R40;ALOES R70 AND MUCH MORE.
Clivia Lilies. All mixed colors. R180 for 10 plants! Robbie Robbertze Tropical Farms Tel 012 379 8354 Cel 082 572 9347 Web http://tropicalfarms.blogspot.com Web http://thecuriousgecko.blogspot.com Web http://uncletarantula.blogspot.com Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tropical-Farms/193643700687567 Facebook http://www.facebook.com/uncletarantula Email tropicalfarms (@) gigs (dot) co (dot) za