We are OPEN weekdays and the FIRST Saturday of the month
Please come and visit!
We also can take orders by phone, email, or see you by appointment.
** For your safety and the safety of our volunteers and staff, we prefer that you wear a mask.
If you can't get here in person, we would love to hear from you by:
We can arrange covid safe collection
You can choose from 400 + species. We will help you
You can ask our database for:-
flowering time, or for
plants that suit
beach sand or
The autumn rains have arrived.
Planting now can be successful with regular watering!!!
The experts at GCLN suggest planning and ordering now, for delivery between May and August 2022.
Plants in the ground will add beauty and provenance to your garden.
Ask us what will work in your area.
If you can't get here in person, please send us a message or bulk order (tray lots) request
If you wish to donate your Container Deposit Refunds to the nursery, the reference number is C10344882
Geographe Community Landcare Nursery
Local native plants
Local people working together
A thriving natural environment
We have experts who can discuss local native plants with you.
The most common size that we sell is a 50 mm forestry tube. These can be bought individually or in trays of 40 tubes. We also sell trays of larger pots.
High-quality native seedlings for wholesale orders.
It's best if you can pre-order, then the plants will be in optimum condition at pickup time.
Local re-vegetation projects using local plants, is our specialty.
after May 8th 2022
Walk-in sales HAVE RESUMED, we are also accepting email, phone orders, web orders and messages.
Staff are on-site at these times.
Other times by appointment
Buy full tray lots or more.
We grow a wide selection of native plant species from the South West of Australia, with over 200 species available to order from our Wholesale Catalog list.
Hundreds of other species are also available, subject to enquiry. And if you can't find a particular species on our Full Plant List, please ask about it - we are always attempting new species.