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Beautiful, tropical trees in the palm of your hand

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Palm tree delivery

At All Green Nursery & Garden, we want to make planting palms easy. If you're looking to create a tropical paradise in your yard with a range of palms and other plants, we can deliver them right to you. There's no minimum for palm delivery in Melbourne.

Palms — even saplings — aren't the most compact of trees. If you don't have a truck at your disposal, let us take care of the heavy lifting. We can deliver palms trees all across Melbourne to your home or business in a covered vehicle, ensuring that they are protected along the way.

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On-site horticulturists

Sometimes, growing palms is not as simple as just planting them and watching them grow. If you are unsure of how to get the most out of your new palms, visit us in-store at All Green in Hoppers Crossing. We have staff members with years of expertise in a variety of fields, including gardening and landscaping.

Our on-site horticulturists are at the top of the tree. They have unmatched experience in growing plants for the local climate, and are here to offer tips and tricks on getting your palms to look their best. Come on down to Hoppers Crossing and ask to speak to one of our horticulturists today.

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Palm tree display

At All Green, we don't need to grease any palms. We know that our palm trees are the best in the business. They're always proudly on display in our greenhouse, indoor plant area, and display gardens — all proud additions to All Green at Hoppers Crossing.

In our display plots, our horticulturists and landscapers are hard at work creating inspiration using nothing but what we have in-store. From display gardens, to full landscaping projects, get ready to see our palms in action.

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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–12 pm*

*Pending Customer Demand

Sunday: Closed

Frequently asked questions

Can I grow palm trees in Melbourne?

If you're set on palms, don't sway. Us Victorians may shiver through frigid winters, and swelter during the hot, dry summers, but tropical gardens are still viable. The weather may be unpredictable, but fortunately, palms love it.

Take a walk around your neighbourhood and keep an eye out. You are bound to see dozens of palms soaring above front and back yards. There are 40 species of palms thriving in the Royal Botanical Gardens alone!

What are some good palms to grow in Melbourne's climate?

The palms that will grow the easiest are those that come from exotic locations with similar climates. They should be able to tolerate extreme and moderate frost with ease. Here are some of our favourites:

  • Bangalow palm (Archontophoenix cunninghamiana) — Hailing from the northern coast of NSW, this is one of the country's most popular indoor and outdoor species.
  • Chinese Windmill (Trachycarpus fortunei) — This Chusan palm is native to China, Southern Japan, Northern Myanmar and India. It hates humiditiy, but thrives in Melbourne.
  • European fan palm (Chamaerops humilis) — This screening palm of Mediterranean origin is one of the few palms native to Europe, and can handle cold and wind well.
  • Wine palm (Butia capitata) — This South American palm is one the world's hardiest, and can tolerate cold and drought with relative ease.

How do I care for palm trees?

Palm trees are hardy, but need a bit of tender love and care, just like any other species of exotic or tropical plants. Here are some tips for caring for your new palm tree.

Don't bury the trunk. This can lead to rot. Make sure that the soil around the palm drains very well.

Palm trees can be thirsty. Ensure that they receive adequate water, otherwise, their roots may seek out water sources, damaging infrastructure in the process.

Dead palm fronds can be a nuisance. Be sure to remove them often, and only prune when necessary to avoid damage.

For more tips and tricks on caring for specific varieties of palm trees, visit All Green. Our horticulturists would be happy to advise you on the best course of action to take.

Can you deliver palms trees?

We surely can. All Green can deliver any amount of palm trees — from a single plant to an entire beach-worth — to anywhere in the Melbourne metropolitan area. Our delivery costs vary by distance outside of our Hoppers Crossing location. For more information on palm delivery, visit our dedicated delivery page.

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