About

Sbahle Landscapes was formed in 2006 and during that time Mhleli Gabada was continuing with his studies at CPUT to become a professional landscape designer. Mhleli has been involved in the green industry for 10 years. He began his career as a trainee with a high profile nursery in Cape Town at Stodel Retail Nursery and also at The Greenzone Landscape Design Solutions in 2005 and this where Mhleli gained massive experience in plant knowledge and customer relations.

During the completion of his studies, he was employed at Paarman Landscapes after having completed Residential and Commercial irrigation course with LIA (Landscape irrigation association) in 2009. He became a Project Manager at Paarman Landscapes in 2010 focusing on landscaping and automated irrigation installation. One of his milestones is a SALI Silver Award won by Paarman Landscapes in which Mhleli was part of the installation team.

At Sbahle Landscapes we believe that excellency is value and by adding value we would have achieved quality and quality is what Sbahle Landscapes delivers. We believe that developing long term ongoing relationships with our clients adds value to our service, and our aim with that is to develop trust within our client base and live a footprint that, at Sbahle Landscapes we don’t just create gardens but we provide an ongoing after care service. Our vision is to create gardens that will have a satisfying feedback to our clients in terms of colour, texture, and not forgetting the compliment that the garden must have towards the architectural style of your home.

His experience include:

  • Junior irrigation manager at Langverwacht 2011 (Managing irrigation installation and maintenance of residential estates and office parks)
  • Maintenance Manager at Bidvest TopTurf 2012-2013 (Maintenance at University of Pretoria, Residential Estates and Office Parks including design and installation of landscaping and irrigation system for residential gardens).
  • Operations Manager at Rothe Plantscapes 2013 (Overseeing all projects across Pretoria and Midrand)