About Us

Wildflower was founded in 2005 and you may have found us at our favourite art and makers festivals over the years.
We have been trading at Sedgefield’s Saturday markets since 2008 and we opened a retail shop in 2017.

 

All of our products are lovingly designed and crafted by hand in our woodland workshop (alongside our shop) situated at Timberlake Village in the heart of the Garden Route. We have created a unique range of everyday items with a design philosophy that values the simple, practical, durable and beautiful. We love the aesthetic of Wabi Sabi, which embraces the authentic, finds beauty in the imperfect and respects the integrity of natural materials and processes.

Fine-line original engraved illustrations feature strongly on our leather and hardwood items, with themes inspired by nature, adventure, creativity and love. We also have a newer range of vibrant fabric purses and handbags. We are making a limited amount of items available to purchase online, but for a much wider variety, please come and visit our delightful shop next time you find yourself in the Garden Route.

Three friends, the sweetest wildflowers, creating beautiful art and accessories in our woodland workshop in Wilderness, South Africa.

VISIT US

Come and see us on weekdays at Timberlake Village on the N2 highway, halfway between Wilderness and Sedgefield. Safest time to find us there is between 10am – 4pm Monday to Friday, but do give us a call if you are specially coming to see us. We will open for you.

Timberlake Village is well worth a visit and has much to offer, from the best coffee in the Garden Route at Pause coffee shop, to a fantastic restaurant, deli, boutiques, wine shop, info, mohair wool shop, art gallery, pottery studio, oyster bar, treetop zip lining and enchanting crystal and faerie shop.

We are also at the Garden Route’s most well-loved Saturday morning market on the N2 highway just outside Sedgefield from 8am -1 pm. Spend the morning browsing craft and food stalls. Find our stall at the Mosaic Market (the middle market).