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More than palms at this oasis
Outeniqua Palms Nursery owner Rita du Toit (left), manager Bertus Gunnink (third from left) and friendly staff members aim to meet all your gardening needs.
BUSINESS NEWS - An oasis for gardeners of every degree lies just outside George on the old airport road and its name is Outeniqua Palms Nursery.
For those with experienced green-fingers, you will find a variety of indigenous and exotic plants, shrubs, fruit trees, seedlings, roses, pots and potting soil, gardening equipment, various forms of ground covering, pebbles, and stepping stones, water features, compost, and obviously the plant that lends its name to this family-run nursery.
And for those whose green fingers need guidance and ideas, the manager Bertus Gunnink, owner Rita du Toit and her helpful staff will ensure you get ideas to suit your garden and your budget.
And if you cannot find what you are looking for, Outeniqua Palms, who pride themselves on their friendly and helpful service, will source your product for you at a price that suits you and your pocket.
Outeniqua Palms also offers a delivery service to all their clients located throughout the Southern Cape.
Finding that this nursery offers so much more than just palm trees, clients can seat themselves comfortably inside the onsite fully licensed restaurant, or under the sha-ded seating areas outside to watch their children enjoy the jungle gym, trampoline, jumping castle or birds in the enclosed tea garden whilst enjoying delicious meals and other refreshments. The restaurant is run by Vince Britz and Nicky Rossouw and can be contacted on 044 876 0301.
So for all your gardening needs, visit Outeniqua Palms Nursery to find what you, and your garden, need.
Best plants. Affordable prices. Friendliest service.
R102 Airport Road, 65/208 Gwayang, George
Tel: 044 876 0364
Fax: 044 876 0365
00:00 (GMT+2), Thu, 01 September 2011
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