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Welcome to G&J Herbs

In the Spring of 2014 on a small farm In the Lowveld, a seed was planted in the form of a business idea. That idea quickly rooted and began growing. Today, thanks to the tender nurturing and growing skills of its owners, that little seed has grown into a fruitful plant. Although still juvenile, this little tree has already shown remarkable potential in a climate of natural health and we are positive that that small seed will one day grow into a majestic tree.

At G&J Herbs our passion has always been for all things natural and getting back to soil level. We continuously strive to deliver the best quality plants and assist in sharing information as well as educating natural health enthusiasts in the fascinating science of natural medicine and gourmet cooking. We are passionate about organic gardening and are proud to sell organically grown herb plants all year round.

We offer growing information to large scale projects and can assist in troubleshooting everyday challenges that gardeners may face when growing herbs.


All the information, recipes or advice published in this website is meant as a source of information only. Never replace any treatment or prescription medication with an herbal remedy without consulting your medical practitioner. If you are taking any treatment on a chronic basis you are strongly advised to consult with your medical practitioner before taking home remedies as some herbs may counteract its effect. G&J Herbs will take no responsibility for the use or misuse of the information provided in this website.

Never use any plant unless you are 100% sure of its identification and where it was grown. When buying plants for medicinal use always look at the Botanical/Latin name (This is the plant’s true identification and there can only be one Botanical name allocated to any plant. Written in Italic) and do not go by common names only. What one person knows as Aloe Vera for example may not be what you know as Aloe Vera but there is only one Aloe barbadensis. Feel free to consult us if you are unsure about a plant’s identification.