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130 Old Geelong Rd

Hoppers Crossing

VIC 3029

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Sunday: 10 am–3 pm

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Locally grown ornamental trees

At All Green, we strongly believe that everyone deserves to have a beautiful garden. Planting ornamental trees in your Melbourne garden is a great step towards creating a lush, verdant paradise for birds, animals, and your family to enjoy. However, sometimes growing these trees can be difficult in the southern regions of Australia.

Fortunately, we propagate and grow all of our ornamental tree saplings for Victoria conditions. At our dedicated growing facility, we give your new ornamental trees the best possible start in life. All you need to do is plant them in healthy soil and watch them flourish.

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Expert horticulturists

When it comes to garden expertise, our on-site horticulturists are simply the best in the business. They have experience in growing ornamental trees both in Melbourne and around other parts of the country. They are on hand, day after day, to offer you advice and tips on how to get the strongest growth out of your plants.

Visit us at our nursery in Hoppers Crossing. Here, you'll be able to find our horticulturists tilling the earth and creating some of the most stunning display gardens that you have ever seen. Drop in for a bit of inspiration, or feel free to ask them for guidance on plants and plant-related products.

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Ornamental tree delivery

After you purchase your new ornamental trees, the last thing you want is to incur damage to their delicate branches on the way home in the car. For this reason, All Green offers delivery of ornamental trees to homes and businesses around Melbourne for a small fee.

There's no limit to how much you can order for delivery. Whether it's a single cherry blossom tree, or an entire orchard of trees, we will have them to your home or business in a matter of days. If you'd like to learn more about our ornamental tree delivery service, visit our delivery page, or get in touch with our customer service team.

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Frequently asked questions

What are the best ornamental trees to grow in Melbourne?

When choosing ornamental trees to grow in Melbourne, it's important to balance beauty with hardiness. Here are some of our top picks for ornamental trees to introduce into your landscape:

  • Ornamental pear — these soaring trees are absolutely stunning, and will always do well in Melbourne's clay soils and frosty conditions.
  • Crabapple — these hardworking trees are related to common apple trees. They bear smaller, tarter fruit and stunning arrays of flowers.
  • Flowering Cherry — a key highlight of Japan's northern regions, the Flowering Cherry Blossom tree produces some astounding colours. They look fantastic when planted as pairs.
  • Lagerstroemia — the Crepe Myrtle produces gorgeous arrays of deciduous and evergreen foliage in many colours, ranging from white to blood red.
  • Gleditsia — the North American Honey Locust is perfect for growing strongly throughout the frosty Melbourne winter.

How do I care for my new ornamental trees?

Ornamental trees require a bit of time and effort to truly flourish. Once the saplings are stable and growing strongly, there shouldn't be any problems. Here are some things to keep in mind when preparing to cultivate your new trees.

  • Planting — ensure that your ornamentals are well spaced after planting, giving the roots enough room to extend outwards.
  • Watering — ornamentals require strong watering in the first few weeks and months. Afterwards, they will seek out their own water sources with ease.
  • Feeding — check your soil content and assess whether your new saplings could benefit from a little extra food after planting.
  • Mulching — mulch is an excellent feeder and insulator. As it decomposes around the base of the tree, it feeds the roots and protects them from frost.
  • Staking — prop up your fledgling ornamental trees with a few stakes to ensure that they are growing in the right direction.

How should I prune my ornamental trees?

Pruning promotes stronger growth by removing old and juvenile parts of the plant. By trimming back to the stronger stems, new and stronger growth is encouraged. Here's how to do it:

  1. Get ready to prune in the colder months while the plant is dormant. That way, your ornamental will grow strongly from the fresh cuts.
  2. Ensure that you remove dead and diseased branches to prevent infection.
  3. For the same reason, you should also trim back branches that overlap. Bark rubbing on bark promotes disease.
  4. Make sure that you remove branches that obstruct views, paths, and driveways. Always be careful of power lines and other live wire sources.

Do you deliver ornamental trees around Melbourne?

All Green is proud to offer delivery around Melbourne. For a set cost, we can deliver orders to defined suburbs around our Hoppers Crossing nursery. Outside of these areas, we set the price of delivery based on how far away your landscaping site is from our store.

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(03) 9749 1688

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