The Riebeek Valley Garden Centre which is situated in the heart of the Swartland in Riebeek West, stocks all retail plants that are adaptable to our harsh summer conditions and soaking wet winters. The Riebeek Valley is famous for its early Nectarines, Export Grapes especially Shiraz Grapes for Wine, and its Olive Groves. (Emails:Riebeek Cellars, Allesverloren, Het Vlock Kasteel, Kloovenberg, Olive Boutique, Pulpit Rock).
The Riebeek Valley Garden designs range from 10 000m2 gardens to minute patios and even singular pots. Andres love for South African Succulents changed the way people look at Rockeries and Aloe Gardens, and Corne’s love for Orchids always find a way into peoples Gardens by adding a Conservatory or Tree ferns, for stem plantings.
Working together they entered a new era in garden design which involved changing of levels. Beds became 3 dimensional with height added to width and depth. The idea of a flat garden became plain and traditional. Soil became valuable, and beds where raised with earth excavated from the building, instead of carting it away.
Their stunning Garden Designs include all types and tastes of Gardens, from very formal to Meadows, Fynbos, Water, Rock, Vegetable, Shade and Dry Gardens. The incredibly neat installations and planting makes for a perfect marriage between plants and hard landscaping. Living in the Swartland the landscaping always brings the beauty of the Renosterveld into the garden, which always forces you to stop and look.
The Landscaping team is very proud of the fact of never having an unhappy Client.