Vegetable Seedings and Plants for sale
With vegetables becoming more important in the garden it is amazing to find the varieties and types of vegetable seedlings available form sale online in Australia.
Growing from seedlings is one of the most popular ways to grow vegetables, especially plants such as tomatoes and many leaf vegetables. And as these are small plants they can easily be sent through the post, buying online opens the door to a range of plants you could never hope to to find in any but a few select nurseries in each state who go to the trouble to specialise in vegetable plants and seedlings
The list of vegetable plants to grow in the garden is long and varies a little from state to state as we move from North to South. However plants such as Tomatoes, Asparagus Crowns, Rhubarb Crowns, Red Shallots, Potatoes, Beans, Garlic, Onions and peas are all high on the list.
Vegetable Seedlings, Seeds and Plants – Online
"Burnside" Lesters Rd Ascot VIC 3364 - phone (03) 53434303
Retail and Mail Order Nursery Specialising in dry climate plants. Perennials and bulbs including many new releases from Europe & USA. All plants grown at our own nursery. Many, hardy, rare and difficult to find 'dry climate' plants.
470 Monbulk-Silvan Road Monbulk VIC 3793
"Guaranteed mail order flowering bulbs, perennials, roses, trees, landscaping plants, garden accessories and community fundraising Austra lia-wide."
357 Monbulk Road SILVAN VIC 3795
Guaranteed "garden worthy" bulbs, plants and perennials. Visit the website to browse our large range of daffodils or request the latest free catalogue.
Postal: PO BOX 336, SILVAN VIC 3795
Large range of Bulbs and Perennials for the garden.
Large range of Perennial and Border Plants including bulbs. Also Vegetable and Berry Fruits plants including, Blueberries, Currants, Raspberries and Strawberries. Rhubarb, Seed Potatoes and many other edible plants for the home garden. Visit the web site for online ordering and catalogue:
473 Miles Platting Rd Rochedale Brisbane 4123
Specializing in fruit trees, including apple trees, citrus, avocado, mango, olive, macadamia, lychee, pawpaw and others. Also herbs and edibles.