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Locally grown Banksia plants

Native to Australia, Banksia shrubs are one of the most popular plants for landscapers and hobby gardeners. Usually grown in south-western Australia, they prefer arid conditions. But we have partnered with a range of local cultivators who have propagated species of Banksias which will thrive in Melbourne's weather and soil.

Costs of shipping Banksias from the south-west can add dramatically to the selling price of these plants. Because we get our Banksia plants from local growers, we save money which we can pass on to you, our customer. Saving on freight and shipping means we're also lowering our carbon footprint — which is something we value as a company.

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Banksia shrub delivery

We offer delivery for all Banksia plants at a set price, if you reside in one of the 15 suburbs near our Hoppers Crossing nursery in Melbourne. If you live outside of these areas, we base our delivery fees on distance by kilometre. If you're unsure how much your order will cost to be delivered, get in touch with our friendly team. We'll be happy to give you a price estimate.

Every delivery is handled with the utmost care, so by the time your plant arrives to you, it's like you've picked it up from our store yourself. We also have no limit on how much we will deliver. This is especially helpful if you need a larger supply of Banksia plants from our nursery, for a landscaping project or event.

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Expert team of horticulturists

Our All Green nursery team has been helping customers from across Melbourne for decades. We have extensive knowledge of both native Banksias and other plants and shrubs, which you can view at our Hoppers Crossing nursery.

We have cultivated inspiring display gardens, where we showcase how Banksias can best be put to use in a garden setting. Our team can help you work out where to place your Australian native, as well as direct you to the best products to enhance the beauty of your Banksia shrubs.

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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–12 pm*

*Pending Customer Demand

Sunday: Closed

Frequently asked questions

How do I best grow my Banksia plant in my garden?

Banksias don't need much maintenance, but to get the best out of your Banksias,  you should do the following:

  • You'll need to choose a relatively sunny spot, with well drained soil. If the soil is heavy clay based, or poorly drained, add gypsum and fork in the soil to improve drainage.
  • Add mulch around the base, to protect the plant's roots and keep the soil moist.
  • Water regularly, once or twice a week, until the Banksia plant has established.

What kind of pests or diseases can occur in my Banksia plant?

While many native Australian shrubs are quite resilient to diseases and pest infestations, they are not completely impervious. Keep an eye out for the following:

  • Scale: Sap-sucking bugs which can be easily spotted thanks to their whitish waxy shells. You can often tell if your Banksia plant is infested with scale by a steady stream of ants on trunks, stems, and branches, as they are attracted to scale.
  • Psyllids: Another sap-sucking bug, psyllids look like 'pimples' on the leaves of your Banksia plants. They cause damage to newly planted Banksias, but are easily controlled by the right disease-preventative products. Ask our team if you're concerned about psyllids infesting your Banksias.
  • Root rot: Most Australian natives are used to sandy soils, which drain well after heavy rain. If you plant your Banksia in soil which doesn't drain well, it will likely be affected by root rot. You can tell if your Banksia plant is suffering by yellowing leaves, and wilting.

Do you deliver Banksia shrubs in Melbourne?

Yes, we do. Whether you're looking to buy one shrub, or many, we can deliver to your home or business in Melbourne. Your order will usually arrive in a few business days, and in some cases, we can organise same-day delivery. If you'd like to find out more about our delivery service, get in touch with our expert team of horticulturists and delivery driver for more accurate arrival times and quotes. Contact us by phone or email to place your order.

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25% off plants and discounted delivery

We're offering discounts on plants delivery during stage 4 lockdown. Simply call us to place your order and get expert advice  over the phone.