Unleash the Power of Earthworm Compost
Transforming Young Lives
All our compost is produced by graduates from the Môreson Special School in Windhoek. Every bag of GreenPlanet compost you buy helps to transform the lives of young people with learning disabilities.
Buy Our VermicompostLet your garden benefit from our super-hero worms
- Vermicompost is what you call the castings that worms leave behind when they digest organic matter. It works absolute wonders as a natural fertilizer and is often used because of its growth stimulating and soil improving effects. It works a bit differently than the manure, compost and gardening soil you might already be using in your garden.
Go Green With Our Worm Compost
Let your garden benefit from our super-hero worms!
We have a number of retailers who help us sell our compost. You can easily find them depending on your location and connect with the one closer to you. We are currently stocked at Pupekewitz Megabuild, Ferreira's Garden Centre, Agra, Nature Bloom and Organic Box, in Windhoek.
We can also be found at Wild Flower Garden in Swakopmund, and Pupkewitz in Swakopmund, Walvis Bay and now Tsumeb too.
Interested in becoming a stockist? Contact us, we would love to have you on-board!
51 Lazarett Street Windhoek
Gruener Kranz Complex
Mandume Ndemufayo Ave,
PO Box 3162,
Bessemer Street, Windhoek
Wild Flower Garden Shop
59 Sam Nujoma Ave.
Tel: 064 403502
Pupkewitz Megabuild - Swakopmund
Pupkewitz Megabuild - Walvis Bay
News and Views
Tips and advice from the GreenPlanet Team and supporters
What is Vertical Gardening? Vertical gardening...sounds so fancy! But honestly, it is nothing more than using vertical space to grow plants! This means on your square foot of unused space you can now plant up to 60 strawberry plants instead of one! Yaay!! All...
What is a Wicking Bed? Invented by an Australian named Colin Austin, the idea with a wicking bed is that you prevent water from leaving the bottom of the bed with a waterproof liner or layer. That way a water reservoir is being created underneath the soil. This water...
Have you ever wondered what a “truly green” garden looks like? The eco-friendly, water saving, environment protecting type of superhero garden? Yes? I thought so - today we will go over 4 simple steps you can take to make your garden more eco-friendly! 1. Recycle and...
The GreenPlanet Story
The problem is that we use compost and think because it says “organic” on the packaging it is natural – but few people actually keep in mind how much carbon dioxide was produced with the production of the compost.
We keep our garden green, but few people think about the volume of water it actually consumes. We use manure to fertilize our ground, but few people actually know how poisonous this can be to our soil and our ground water.
There are dozens of problems I saw and that’s why I wanted to build a company that both helps people to not just grow a blooming garden, but also a sustainable and natural one too. I wanted people to grow TRULY green gardens. Gardens that are eco-friendly and that actually help our environment, and on that day the idea of GreenPlanet Gardening was born.
When people use our products they should know that they don’t just do their garden a favour, but the environment and our planet too.
Tips For Going Green
- Recycle & reuse materials
- Save water
- No more chemicals
- Improve your soil
Our Events & Community Work
As you know, the environment and its sustainability is the number one priority to us. This is exactly why we want to use a specific percentage of our income to make sure we help our environment out.
We plan on doing a variety of activities that serve the community at large. These include:
- making our production of compost, vermicompost and all other products that might follow in the future carbon neutral
- reducing our water usage to a minimum
- the distribution of organic material should be Namibia wide
- cleaning up local areas from all non-organic scraps
- supporting community gardens