Sharmy Low Gardens was established in 2001 and first started trading as Southern Garden Services. A Cape Town based landscaping and landscape management company, its first few years took off slow. With support of wife Debbie and a will to succeed the business soon took off and more and more contracts were secured.
In 2015 the trading name changed from Southern Garden Services to Sharmy Low Gardens PTY Ltd. The company presently has a staff compliment of 15 employees who we view as valued stakeholders and significant contributors to the organization’s growth and sustenance.
With 16 years into the industry, we pride ourselves with our customer centric approach, leaving no stone unturned in ensuring our customer engagement and service rendition are nothing short of a delightful experience.
Together with our fully trained and permanently employed staff, we offer to every customer a service comprising of seasoned and fully skilled gardeners and experienced supervisors, William Pollman and Benjamin George who are committed to quality service rendition. Given our proven track record of customer satisfaction, our reputation lies in that we continue to render our service as a customer focused company, always striving to exceed customer expectations.
We are registered with respective government departments and meet all compulsory and regulatory company requirements, including employee registration for UIF and Workman’s Compensation. We hold a level 2 BBBEE compliance certificate with valid good standing verification from all respective departments.
We continue to look at ourselves as a learning organization fostering a culture of sharing gardening ideas, strategies, knowledge and expertise. Thus, as an organization, management through continuous people and skills development programs within the company, continues to develop and serve its stakeholders with sincerity and courtesy, with passion for gardens and a desire not only to impact and improve gardens, but to make a difference also in the experience offered to our customers.
“Our bodies are our gardens – our wills are our gardeners.”
– William Shakespeare