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Every kind of shrubbery, from shade to full sun

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Why buy shrubs from All Green?

Local

We grow and care for our shrubs locally.

Variety

We have shrubs for full sun and shrubs for shade.

Expertise

Our in-house horticulturists will help you choose.

Service

Our staff are dedicated to helping you grow.

Visit an All Green location

Hoppers Crossing

Our primary location has our nursery, garden, landscaping, and building supplies.

130 Old Geelong Rd

Hoppers Crossing

VIC 3029

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Monday - Saturday: 7 am–5 pm

Sunday: 10 am–3 pm

Epping

Our newest location in Epping has landscaping, building, and garden supplies.

89 Rufus St

Epping

VIC 3076

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Monday - Friday: 7 am–4 pm

Saturday: 8 am–2 pm

Sunday: Closed

Naturalise yourself at All Green

Full scale operation

At All Green Nursery & Garden , we propagate and grow our own shrubs in a dedicated facility. Your shrubs are grown for Victorian gardens, and get the best possible start to their life before they become a part of your garden.

For more information about how we grow shrubs, contact our customer service team. Otherwise, visit us in-store. We have over a hectare of thriving plant life for you to discover.

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Onsite horticulturists

Choosing garden shrubs can be daunting. There's so many different types out there, from natives, to exotics. At All Green, we have a team of trained horticulturists here to help you get the best out of your garden. Our horticulturists will also give you plenty of advice for tending to your shrubs throughout the seasons.

Whether its filling the corner of an existing garden, or creating a brand new outdoor area, you can get started on your project by visiting All Green. Drop into our Hoppers Crossing location to talk to our horticulturists today.

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Home delivery

To help get your plants in the ground faster, All Green offers a unique delivery service, to homes, businesses, and job sites around Melbourne. We deliver shrubs from Monday to Saturday, so you can effectively plan your planting.

If you'd like to know more about our nursery delivery, visit our delivery information. Our delivery team stands ready to drop your purchases off to where you need them, so you can get on the with the rest of your landscaping project.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the different types of shrubs?

The term shrub covers a fairly broad spectrum of plant life. Shrubs can be deciduous, meaning that they lose their leaves in the winter, or evergreen, meaning that they retain their leaves all year round. Shrubs look great in all kinds of Australian yards, but have other practical benefits outside of their aesthetics

  • Flowering shrubs display vibrant flashes of colour during flowering season.
  • Drought-tolerant shrubs are usually native, and are accustom to Australian conditions.
  • Full sun shrubs require at least 6 hours of sun per day.
  • Shade shrubs can still thrive in minimal sunlight.
  • Hedges can provide shade and privacy to your home.

The right shrub for your yard will depend on your personal preference first and foremost. To learn more about the shrubs we have in stock, or for general advice on what will work best in your garden, visit All Green. Our onsite horticulturalists will be happy to help you choose the right shrub for your setting.

What are some popular native shrubs?

Australia is home to beautiful native shrubbery. Australian shrubs can be found from Far North Queensland, right down to the southern Victorian coast, and everywhere in between. They come in a range of sizes and vibrant colours, so you'll be able to find one that suits your taste and the rest of the plants in your yard.

Here are some of our most popular native shrubs:

  • Grevillea are low, informal growing shrubs.
  • Castillemon are bottlebrushes with brilliant colours.
  • Hibiscus display beautiful, iconic Australian flowers.
  • Wattles have a huge variety of flowering and green shrubs.
  • Hydrangeas are popular, colourful shrubs.

To learn more about these varieties, visit our Hoppers Crossing location, and chat to one of our trained onsite horticulturalists.

How do I care for my shrubs?

After your shrubs are planted, they will be some of the hardiest and low maintenance plants in your garden or yard. However, you'll need to practice a bit of care and maintenance to keep them looking their absolute best. Here's what to do before planting your shrubs:

  • Choose shrubs that will flourish in the area you plant them. Test the soil and sunlight of the area first.
  • When planting your shrubs, ensure that they aren't crowded and have plenty of room to grow.
  • Lightly prune your shrubs from time to time to help them retain their shape.
  • Water your shrubs in accordance with their required watering method.

Newly planted shrubs should not be fed with fertiliser. We will always recommend Searles Seamax Conditioner. However, if an existing shrub needs a bit of food, start by cultivating the soil around the plant, adding a layer of mulch and soil, and trimming away any poor branches.

Do you deliver shrubs?

We deliver shrubs to homes, businesses, and worksites in the Greater Melbourne area. There's no minimum order for shrub delivery, so we can cater for any size job. When we deliver your shrubs, they will receive the highest levels of care.

Visit our delivery information page for deliver costs and areas. If you have any further questions about shrub delivery, contact our friendly customer service team.

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