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Flowering trees

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130 Old Geelong Rd

Hoppers Crossing

VIC 3029

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Sunday: 10 am–3 pm

These hours are subject to change on public holidays

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Locally grown flowering trees

At All Green Nursery & Garden, we want your garden looking it's absolute best, all year 'round. Flowering trees are a great way to achieve this — giving you nice green scenery in the colder months, and opening up to a stunning array of colours when the weather warms up.

There are many kinds of soil content and weather conditions that affect the growth of flowering trees in Melbourne. We propagate and grow our flowering trees to ensure that they thrive in your local garden. All you need to do is a little work to keep them healthy and looking their best.

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Expert horticulturists

If you've got a less-than-green thumb, we can introduce you to a few people that are at the top of the pile. Our onsite horticulturists are the flowers of our flock. They each boast years and years of experience growing flowering trees around Melbourne, and all over the world.

If you are unsure of exactly what you need to plant, feed, water, and trim your new flowering trees, drop in and see us. One of our friendly horticulturists will be able to answer all your questions, and point you in the right direction towards the products that you need to promote stronger growth.

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Flowering tree delivery

At All Green, we don't believe that you need to start from a seedling to be an effective grower. We grow sapling flowering trees, ready for planting directly into your garden. This gets your new plant off to a flying start, ready to start bearing flowers within 12 months.

Saplings can be pretty big, and are often awkward to move around if you don't have a big enough car, ute, or van to do the job. That's why we offer a flowering tree delivery service to homes and businesses around Melbourne. Visit our delivery page to learn more about this fantastic service.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the best flowering trees to grow in Melbourne?

Flowering trees do very well in Melbourne. We have the right climate to ensure they are protected in winter, allowing them to flourish in the warmer months. Here are some of our favourite picks for flowering trees in Melbourne:

  • Brachychiton — this stunning variety of trees have vibrant colours ranging from gentle pinks and greens to regal reds. There are many different types of Brachychiton, so ask us what we have in store.
  • Flowering Dogwood — This gorgeous flowering tree from North and Central America has iconic pink and white flowers, and enjoys morning sun and afternoon shade.
  • Magnolia — There are over 210 different species of magnolia flowering trees. They are so old and diverse that botanists think that they originate before the bee, and actually spread across the world to encourage our little pollinators.
  • Prunus — Prunus flowering trees are native to cooler, northern areas, and include plums, cherries, peaches, nectarines, apricots, and almonds.

How do I care for my flowering trees?

Growing flowering trees takes a bit of tender love and care. They aren't as hardy as native trees, and will require some attention in both hot and cold months. Here's some things to keep in mind:

  • Planting — plant your flowering trees and water well in the weeks after planting to ensure that they are well fed.
  • Feeding — many flowering trees won't need an additional helping hand from man-made fertiliser. If the soil content is poor, however, you might want to give them some food.
  • Mulching — applying high quality mulch to the base of roots in winter can feed your flowering tree in the coming months, and insulate the roots from ground frost.
  • Staking — you might need to give your flowering trees some extra support as they begin to prosper. Some stakes will keep them growing straight and strong.

How do I prune flowering trees?

Let's nip this in the bud right now — pruning flowering trees is absolutely essential. A good prune removes older, weaker parts of the plant, allowing stronger and more stable growth to take its place. Here are some key steps to follow:

  1. Start the pruning process when the flowering tree is dormant, in autumn and winter.
  2. Prune dead and diseased branches first and foremost.
  3. Remove parts of the plant that obstruct views, driveways, pathways, and other points of access.
  4. Remove branches that cross over one another to keep the bark intact and the tree disease free.

Do you deliver flowering trees around Melbourne?

We absolutely do. At All Green Nursery & Garden, we want you to save your energy for planting and growing your own plants. We can do the heavy lifting for you to get your plants home. When you order with us, you can organise delivery of your new flowering trees to arrive at your location in just a few business days. Learn more on our delivery page, or give our friendly customer service team a call for more information.

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(03) 9749 1688

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