If you have any questions about our native plants, we're more than happy to help you get to the root of the problem.
Across our two locations in Hoppers Crossing and Epping, we have a combined space of 35,000m². Much of this space is taken up by our huge nurseries, featuring a variety of native Australian plants and bushes.
From Acacia alata to Zieria prostrata, we're sure to have a beautiful native for your gardening project. Many of our plants are sourced locally, so they're well suited to the Melbourne climate. And, with our suppliers close at hand, it's easy to get stock to you.
If you can't find the right plant for your landscaping or gardening project, our friendly experts can help you. We've had years of experience helping landscapers start and finish a project, and residents fix up their backyards and gardens.
Whether you need more information about watering methods, or you'd like to know where the best position to place your plant is, we can fill you in on all things native.
We can get your Australian native plants to you easily. If you live in our local area, which we have classified as the 15 suburbs which surround our Hoppers Crossing nursery, we charge a set price for our delivery service.
If you live outside of this area, we'll base the price on the distance from our store's location. If you're unsure how much you will be charged, get in touch!
Yes! Our friendly team has had extensive experience helping our clients select plants for their landscaping or home project. You can reach us by filling out a contact form. Alternately, approach one of our helpful team members when you visit one of our stores. We have plenty of staff on hand to help with all manner of enquiries!
We ensure they are protected every step of the way, from the moment the plants leave our nursery to the moment they arrive at your doorstep or worksite. The costs of delivery depend on how far away you are from our two store locations in Hoppers Crossing and Epping.
Yes! If you become a wholesale partner, you'll get instant access to our huge range of both native and international plants and trees — at great prices, too. To find out more about our wholesale nursery products, make an enquiry.
Plants, depending on the type, can be delicate at the best of times. You'll need to assess the placement of your plant, whether it will get enough sunlight, enough water, not too much water, and so on.
When you choose a native plant local to your area in Victoria, you can trust that it's acclimatised to the climate. This makes it hardier, more resistant to root rot and sun damage.
At All Green, we get our plant supplies from locals in the surrounding area. This way, we can ensure you're getting the best products for your environment, at a healthy price, too.
For Aussie natives local to your area in Victoria, you don't need to do any soil preparation. If you wanted your plant to be as healthy as possible, you could get rid of weeds, loosen the soil, and even add a small amount of native-friendly organic fertiliser.
This largely depends on the type of plant you have chosen. Autumn is usually the best time to plant any new additions to your garden, as it gives your plant the most time to establish its roots before the harsh Australian summers arrive.
In Melbourne, you can get away with planting as late as spring, thanks to our milder seasons.
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