Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery

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Address
Plot 57 College Road, off Beyers Naude Drive
Muldersdrift
Gauteng 
South Africa
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Phone
082 553 0598
Fax
086 644 9557
E-Mail
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Website
http://www.randomharvest.co.za/


Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery

Tucked Away among Hectares of rich farmland and grasslands, on the doorstep of Johannesburg, Pretoria, Sandton and Krugersdorp, is the leafy oasis of Random Harvest Indigenous Nursery. Here, there is a sincere commitment to indigenous plants and helping clients live a greener lifestyle. The nursery is laid out along meandering pathways and each specimen is meticulously labelled to make plant choices easier.

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