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Picking up your own veggie garden supplies isn't always easy. Small bags of seeds might be manageable — but what about soils, tools, potted plants, fertilizers, sprinkler systems, and all the rest?
At All Green, we have a fantastic delivery service. We deliver all over Melbourne, with no minimum or maximum on your order. Maybe you're buying supplies for a mini raised veggie garden out the back of a terrace house. Or, perhaps, you're planning on a massive veggie garden to grow all your own food for the foreseeable future. Either way, we can deliver everything you need.
Our team has years of experience in gardening and landscaping projects. We don't just love our veggie patches; we're passionate about sharing our knowledge and veggie garden ideas with our customers.
If you have any questions about your veggie garden — anything to do with light, drainage, soil, climate, pests, weeds, you name it — we'd be happy to help. With our know how, we can help you make a veggie patch worthy of two green thumbs up.
All Green is a proud, Melbourne based business. Whenever possible, we source our products locally. All of our plants are grown locally, which is helpful for a number of reasons. It supports great local businesses, it is better for the environment, and it means that our plants and seeds are hand picked to thrive in Melbourne's climate. Plus, with suppliers nearby, it's easier for us to stay stocked up.
With our local produce and expertise, we can help you grow the perfect Victorian veggie garden.
Absolutely! We don't just sell and deliver gardening and landscaping supplies — we also pride ourselves on making ourselves available with helpful advice for our customers. If you're thinking of starting a veggie garden, contact our qualified team. They can show you how to start a vegetable garden from scratch. We can even help you buy soil for your vegetable garden.
The first step in starting a veggie garden is choosing the location. Growing a successful garden is highly contingent on things like:
Some common veggie garden plants, like broccoli, asparagus, beets and beans will thrive in the shade. Other plants do much better if exposed to direct sunlight — like sunflowers (the clue is in the name). Many garden vegetables need lots of water to grow (tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce), while many beans are adapted to drought conditions.
All of which is to say that, before you choose what to plant, take stock of your surroundings, and plan what is likely to succeed. If you're not sure, our staff will be happy to talk you through the fundamentals and other home vegetable garden ideas.
In the long run, a veggie garden is much less expensive than ordering equivalent fruits and vegetables from the shops. As to how much it costs to start a veggie garden, that's up to you. Whether you want to start out with just a few seeds and a watering can or if you're planning a massive irrigation network, we can help you get started.
Yes! If you live in the Melbourne area, our delivery team can bring you everything you need to start a veggie garden. There's no minimum or maximum on our delivery service — just select which products you need, and we will drop them off for you.
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