Wild Plant Growers’ core business is a collection of rosehip from villages across Lesotho. The business's current processes mostly rely on naturally, sundried, rosehip to package and ship to clients across Lesotho borders as part of its growth strategy. As a sustainability measure, Wild Plants Growers has embarked on development of rosehip plantations from which rosehip can be harvested without depletion and environmental degradation.

Expansion is not only confined to rosehip collection and cultivation, it also extends to the harvesting of one other important plant root, Pelargonium sidoides. The same sustainability strategy employed for rosehip is utilized for Pelargonium sidoides to create further plantations on specified locations across the country. Wild Plants Growers attained organic certification in 2021 and has been exporting to the South Africa market.