Chat to our friendly team of expert horticulturists to find out more about these lovely garden plants.
Ornamental grasses are usually fairly low maintenance and easy to grow. But some adapt to certain weather and soil conditions better than others. That's why we have partnered with local growers who have propagated grasses in Melbourne and around Victoria.
You can rest assured, when you buy ornamental grasses from our Hoppers Crossing nursery, they will adapt to the conditions in your backyard with no issues. In addition to supporting local businesses, our partnerships mean we can also save on freight and shipping. We pass these savings directly on to you, our customer.
There are no limits to how many ornamental grasses you can get delivered to your home or landscaping site. We will deliver to 15 suburbs near our Hoppers Crossing nursery for a set price. Anywhere outside of these areas are priced based on distance by kilometre.
If you're unsure about how much delivery will cost, get in touch with our friendly team. We'll be more than happy to give you a price estimate, and answer any other questions you may have. In some cases, we can organise same-day delivery, depending on whether we have the right ornamental grasses available.
If you don't know much about ornamental grasses, or even if you're an expert, our team of horticulturists can help answer any questions you may have. We also have stunning display gardens showcasing the very best of our ornamental grasses in various ways. So, you may find inspiration when visiting our nursery.
We can also recommend products to enhance the lifespan and beauty of your ornamental grasses. From fertilisers, to stakes and garden bed sleepers, we can help you find the right items to complete your garden project.
There are many species of ornamental grasses which are a great addition to any garden or landscaping projects, but some grow better than others and are easier to maintain. We love the following grasses:
Yes! We deliver our entire range of ornamental grasses all over Melbourne. Get in touch with our friendly team to find out how much it may cost to get your order delivered to your home or business. We can even facilitate same-day deliveries in some cases, depending on stock availability.
You should let your grass stand over winter. In early spring, before the new growth begins, cut the plants down to 10 to 12cm tall. Use garden shears, or a scythe for very large, overgrown stands of grasses.
Other than looking good, ornamental grasses have a few uses, including:
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