Some facts about us:
In 2011 we won the Best Small Garden Centre in Western Australia. The judges comments about us were:
"A very environmentally sustainable nursery that encourages visitors to consider the bigger picture on landscaping. the rainwater tank services the small cafe area and toilet. the green stock is of such high quality and kept at a very affordable price, that it encourages people to purchase more plants. The diversity of plants available is fantastic. The information given to customers is outstanding.
It was heartening to see the variety of plants being grown and the cooperation with other growers to increase your stock. Ten out of ten for your commitment to hold the spread of dieback and SGA accreditation to promote such a strong commitment to promoting sustainable gardening - for domestic, rural and landcare markets."
To make your shopping experience easier all of our tubestock is laid out on benches according to their height:
Each of our plants has a large descriptive label and picture with detailed information to help you choose the right plant for your garden.
Why do we specialise in tubestock?
There is a common perception that 'bigger is better' but research has shown that small plants grown in tubes suffer less transplant shock and rapidly establish a healthy root system which encourages rapid growth. All of our tubes have root training ridges, so that when the roots hit the edge, they are directed straight to the open bottom of the tube. When the roots reach the bottom of the tube, their tips die, causing the root system to branch out. This encourages a root system that, when planted, is ready to go out into the soil.