Get in touch with our friendly team and we'll help you find the perfect exotic tree.
We're a family-owned business, and we source all nursery and building supplies locally wherever possible. And, because we source locally, we can get your products to you quickly. We grow our own plants at a dedicated facility in Melbourne, so they're used to the climate and soil conditions here.
We have spent decades building strong relationships and partnerships with landscapers, retail nurseries, builders, and developers — and we can provide our nursery items at competitive prices.
Each of our team members is qualified and highly experienced in their field. Whether you need assistance finding the right exotic tree to plant in your garden, or you need building and landscaping supplies, we can help. Visit our store in Hoppers Crossing or Epping and chat with our team about your project.
We can let you know what to plant, when, and where. And, while you're at our store, you can visit our display gardens for inspiration. Here, our horticulturists are hard at work bringing modern gardening techniques to life.
We can deliver your exotic trees to your door within days of purchase. There is no minimum for tree orders — meaning we can deliver as many or as little as you need for your project. For a set price, we deliver to 15 suburbs surrounding our Hoppers Crossing store.
If you require delivery outside of these areas, the price will be based on the kilometre distance from our location. All delivery orders are subject to availability. To find out more, check out our delivery information page.
Yes! Australian native plants and exotic plants sit alongside each other beautifully. The maintenance requirements of plants are determined by the species, not the country of origin.
You'll need to take into consideration several factors, such as:
If you're still unsure about where to plant your exotic tree, ask our friendly team for advice. We've had plenty of experience in moving trees and finding optimal positions for them in any landscape.
Trees don't usually need much maintenance once you've planted them — especially not compared to other plants. But there are some things you can do from time to time to ensure they thrive.
Once you've planted your tree, you'll need to make sure it's watered every day for up to two weeks. And if you add mulch around the base of the tree, it will help it stay moist and prevent weeds from growing.
Once they are planted, trees generally require less maintenance than other plants in your garden. They will require very little in the way of protection from the elements. However, they can still benefit from a bit of maintenance every now and again. If you trim damaged branches every few months, this will help your tree direct nourishment to the healthy branches.
Yes. There's no minimum order on trees, so we can deliver to any project size. We take all the necessary precautions to ensure your order is protected on its journey to your site. The cost of delivery depends on how far away you are from our Hoppers Crossing nursery. For more information, visit our delivery information page.
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