If you want to ask us questions about vines, that's vine and dandy. Get in touch and we will find a way to help.
Visit All Green Nursery & Garden to find inspiration for your garden. Our nurseries are extensively stocked, and boast lush display gardens, full of the vines and clumbing plants you are looking for. If you're not sure which vine you'd like, let us show you around.
You'll find our friendly staff members around the store, ready to answer any questions you might have. We've got decades of horticultural experience, and can't wait to share it with you.
The vines and climbing plants that we have for sale are already off to a flying start. That means that they can be difficult to get home in the back of your hatchback. Thankfully, our delivery team is second to none.There's no maximum or minimum order for our deliveries. Whether you're after just one or two vine plants or enough wall climbing vines to cover an entire suburb, we can deliver.
We also offer same day delivery service, Monday to Sunday, if you place an order before 1pm. However, this service does depend on drivers and stock availability. If you contact our team, we'll be able to give you an accurate time.
We grow our vines and climbing plants locally in our dedicated growing facility. We're a local business, based right here in Melbourne, and we know how important it is to support your community.
Our policy of sourcing locally is better for our customers and the environment. It cuts back on freight, which is more eco-friendly, and lets us pass savings on to you.
There are. Indoor vines are perfect features for homes and offices. They can be potted, and look great on desks, or even hanging from the ceiling.
A general rule of thumb is that a climbing plant should be planted roughly 30 to 40 centimetres away from the base of the structure you want it to climb. That way, water will still be able to reach the roots of the climber. Of course, this may vary depending on the type of plant, and what the support structure is. If you tell our horticulturists about your specific situation, they'll be able to help with a more definite answer.
Climbing plants have a number of benefits. They look great, and can really spruce up a space. When indoors, they can also improve air quality and make a room more acoustically pleasant.
There are! Many climbing plants boast beautiful flowers. Our team can show you how each plant will flower, and also give you tips for cultivating a beautiful bloom.
Creeper plants tend to crow horizontally, and are found close to the ground. Climbing plants, on the other hand, will grow up and cling to structures like buildings and fences.
They certainly do. Some wall climbing vines will conquer the terrain in no time, while others proceed at a leisurely pace. If you want, say, fast growing vines, just tell our team and they'll find the right plant for you.
We deliver all over the Melbourne metro area. If you want plants delivered to Melbourne, or the surrounding suburbs, we can help. And we don't just deliver our vine plants; we can deliver any of our landscaping supplies, plants, turfs or tools, in any quantity. There's no minimum or maximum order required.
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