Useful Links

Here you will find a list of useful links for you to browse through. All of these sites are packed full of information and idea’s for you to apply in your garden, your home and in your life.

If any of these links are broken please let me know


Livingseeds South Africa’s largest supplier of Heirloom and Open Pollinated vegetable seed.

UrbanSprout – A green blog, guide, directory and so much more.

Mother City Living – Living ‘green’ in Cape Town. Pia I believe, is a Farmers Market-aholic and regularly reviews new markets.

FineBushPeople – An indigenous seed supplier and all you ever wanted to know about Protea’s and Fynbos.

Natural Living – A guide to natural living, products and services.

The Urban Homestead – Wendy’s blog of her families quest to become self-sustainable in the city.

Jane’s Delicious Garden – Organic food gardener, writer and speaker.

Back to Ancient Ways – Linnie’s blog on the wonder of life.

Home Organic – Information, monkey proof cages and cool gardening gear.

Giba Organics – A sustainable food farm, nursery and a whole lot more.

JacklinOrganic –  Certified organic fresh produce, dried tomato, chilli sauce and ECOPOST compost & mulch.

Silverhill Seeds – The most extensive collection of Indigenous seeds I have ever seen!

Living Green Organic Food Gardens – Know where your food comes from! Organic food gardens installed for you from only R1,000.

Gardeningeden – The all-inclusive gardening website for gardeners who love their gardens in South Africa

The Green Ticket – South African carbon offset initiative through reforestation. These guys do great work!

UrbanHarvest – Urban Harvest offers a unique service whereby we use the latest in ecological design and permaculture principles to design, set-up and maintain your edible garden for you.

2 thoughts on “Useful Links

  1. cindy says:


    I am going to be starting 100% pasture raised koekoeks
    Have done intense research and am so excited to start
    Do you perhaps sell live breeding pairs – as all the other suppliers around Gauteng feed their stock and supplement with pasture
    I need chickens who know how to live off theland – so that they can survive and teach their chicks how to forage.Great article

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