Our friendly horticulturists can help you find the perfect plant for your backyard or work site.
Grasses need to be grown and propagated here, so they can become used to the climate and soil conditions in Melbourne. That's why we partner with local businesses, who are experts in growing full sun grasses.
And, because we don't have to worry about organising freight for these products, we can reduce our carbon footprint. We also get to pass the savings on to you, our customers, so everyone is a winner.
At All Green, our team operates a superior delivery service so we can get your lush full sun grasses and products to your home or landscaping site. There's no minimum for orders, and in some cases, we can facilitate same-day delivery if we have the stock on hand.
If you live close to our nurseries, we offer our delivery services for free. Outside of these suburbs, we base our service price on distance by kilometre. To get an accurate quote, contact our friendly team.
When you visit our nurseries, you'll find a dedicated team of expert horticulturists on-site. We'll be happy to help you with any queries, point you in the right direction for products, and advise on landscaping projects.
Located in Hoppers Crossing and Epping, our huge nurseries have display gardens for inspiration and everything you could possibly need for your landscaping projects. We can let you know which full sun grasses and plants will work best for your unique site.
Australia summers can be hot and dry, and can wreak havoc on our beautiful grassy lawns. Full sun grasses have been cultivated to withstand the heat, and the sun, so you can still enjoy a green lawn all year round.
If you're unsure which is the best full sun plant for you, get in touch with one of our friendly horticulturists. We've been working with these plants for decades, and can provide detailed advice on which product will work best for your landscaping needs.
There are a number of factors which will influence which full sun grass is right for your garden, such as:
Our nurseries are well stocked with full sun grass plants to suit all needs. We have display gardens to showcase our offerings, and a huge range of products to help your grass look its best.
Yes — we offer free delivery to suburbs located near our nursery in Hoppers Crossing. If you live outside of this area, however, we can still deliver full sun grasses to you! We price our delivery services on distance by kilometre, but for an accurate quote, get in touch with our team or visit our delivery page for more information.
Like most plants, we usually recommend planting full sun grasses in spring. Mild temperatures are idea for sowing grass seeds, as it gives your lawn plenty of time to establish before the weather becomes too hot.
However, as we also sell established grasses in pots, it's possible to plant your full sun grasses during other seasons. To get the best results, ask one of our team members and they can give you comprehensive advice about which full sun grass is right for you, and when to plant it.
In early spring, before new growth begins, you should cut your grass down to 10 to 12cm tall. Use garden shears or a lawnmower for larger swathes of grass. During winter, let your grass go. You can also use fertilisers specially designed to assist grass growth, but ask one of our horticulturists to find out which is the right product for your plant.
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