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African-inspired,

Welcome to Keith Kirsten at Waterfall Wilds. Everything you need for an enviro-friendly, African-inspired sustainable approach to your garden and outdoor living spaces.

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Give boring gardenwear the boot!
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Plant a seed.
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Thank you very mulch.
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You'll dig our garden tools

Everything your garden desires - naturally - and everything you desire in décor

Beyond a truly amazing selection of the flora in the pink of health (and every other color), we offer absolutely everything you need to make your garden the natural wonder you’ve always wanted it to be.

To make the most of your in and outdoor living spaces, we have a huge selection of on-trend décor and lifestyle living choices – with an eye to reusing, repurposing and recycling wherever possible.

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Trees, bushes, shrubs & seedlings

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Pots of style

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Grow naturally

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Make your feathered friends welcome

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Pull up a bench

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The circle of life

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All the gear for your gardening year.

What to do in your garden this May

To ensure a glorious winter and spring garden, there are many tasks that need to be performed in the garden this month.

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FIRST FROST The first frost can be expected at the end of the month. Keep protective material like frost guard to cover tender plants, use thick, organic mulch to cover the root area. Do not water flowerbeds in late afternoon.

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TURNIP THE BEET! You might think that the colder months aren't great for growing veggies, but in our wonderful climate this is not the case and you have until the end of May to plant vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, parsnips and broad beans to harvest in winter.

FERTILIZING GRASS

WINTER COLOURNothing beats an early show of winter and spring flowers. This is one of the favourite times of the year for these bright gems, especially all the P's: pansies, poppies, petunias and primulas, all easy to grow, colourful, and will last for months.

A FREE app to make your garden greener

The Keith Kirsten App is packed with information to help you learn more about plants. Read More

Keith Kirsten... Gardening, naturally!

Often called 'South Africa's favourite gardener' Keith Kirsten is a local and international horticultural award winner, prolific author and passionate environmental activist. His focus is on enviro-friendly, African-inspired, sustainable gardening without the use of damaging fertilisers.

A dedicated community and environmental activist, Keith has raised millions for the sick and needy as well as playing key roles in worthy organisations such as:

  • National Water Conservation campaign under the Department of Water affairs and Forestry (Patron along with the late Nelson Mandela);
  • The Green Trust and Peace Gardens;
  • Food and Trees for Africa (Founder Director and now Patron);
  • Business for Arts South Africa (BASA - Founder member).