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Locally grown fruit trees

We are a business based in Melbourne, and proudly owned and operated by Melburnians. We propagate and grow our own fruit trees locally at a dedicated facility. Here, we ensure that all of our fruit trees are primed for local conditions, ready to be planted straight into your garden or backyard.

Soil and growing conditions vary widely around Melbourne, so it helps to have a bit of expert knowledge before you begin growing. If you need a helping hand, simply call our friendly customer service team, or drop in and see us at our Hoppers Crossing fruit tree nursery. We can send you on your way with everything you need to create a veritable orchard of fruit trees.

Locally grown lemon tree at All Green nursery

Expert horticulturists

Sometimes, growing fruit can be a tricky business. We want you to get the absolute best out of your garden — that's why we employ expert, qualified horticulturists with experience working in Victorian conditions. They are on hand to recommend products and techniques that go above and beyond a simple video tutorial.

Just ask one of our friendly staff members at our Hoppers Crossing fruit tree nursery. They'll be able to point you to the right expert. With a little expert guidance, and some tilling and toiling, you'll be growing fruit trees that will become the highlight of your garden and the apple of your eye.

All Green team member helping a customer at the nursery

Fruit tree delivery

Planting seeds is fun, but why not get started with an already growing fruit tree? We don't want to upset the apple cart, but throwing a full tree in the back of your hatchback can be uncomfortable at best, and dangerous at worst. All Green Nursery & Garden is happy to offer a helping hand in getting your new fruit trees from our garden to your grove.

We can deliver any size order of any of our plants to your home and business in just a few days. Whether it's a single apple tree, or an entire plantation, there's no order we can't fill. Visit our delivery page to learn more about the logistics.

All Green delivery truck

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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–2 pm

Sunday: Closed

Frequently asked questions

Do you deliver fruit trees?

All Green is the top banana for fruit tree delivery in Melbourne. If you're looking to have fruit trees delivered to your home or job site, our customer service team would be happy to arrange this for you. We calculate shipping rates based on distance from our fruit tree nursery, so get in touch with our customer service team to find out more.

What are the best fruit trees to grow in Melbourne?

Melbourne has viable soil for a range of fruit plant varieties. However, due to climate, some fruit trees will prosper more than others. Here are some things to keep in mind when selecting your fruit trees from our nursery:

  • Tropical fruits will struggle to gain a foothold in the colder months, and may not survive a cold winter.
  • Deciduous fruit trees — like pears, apples, and stone fruit — are best planted in winter.
  • Evergreen fruit trees (most citrus plants) will prosper when planted in the warm soil of spring.

Some fruit trees require cross pollination between two different plants if they are to bear fruit. Be sure to ask our horticulturists if you need more than one plant in a particular space.

What fruit trees should I plant in my small garden?

If you're working with a small space, you can still have a bite at the cherry. Dwarf fruit trees are a great option for a smaller garden. They have been specifically bred to take up less space, while still bearing viable fruit. Have a chat with our in-house horticulturist team for more information about species and how to grow them effectively.

What are some tips for planting fruit trees in Melbourne?

If you've never planted a fruit tree before, now is the best time to get started. At All Green, we've been planting fruit trees and reaping the rewards for decades. To prevent your plans from going pear-shaped, here are some of our best tips for a bountiful harvest, year after year.

  • Ensure that all trees are receiving sunlight for the majority of the year.
  • Protect roots against frost by covering with mulch in the winter.
  • When fruiting, collect fruit often to prevent pests and rodents.
  • Water your fruit trees well but avoid watering the tree canopy to prevent fungal infections.

Gardening advice — planting the seeds of knowledge

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