OPEN DAY

Large range of Local Plants for SALE

SATURDAY 27th November 2021

9 AM-3 PM

Local plants  for

Local conditions by

Local people

 

 

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Plants

400 native plant species from South West Australia. Bulk ordering.

OPEN DAY

SATURDAY 27th November 2021

9 AM - 3 PM

Local plants for

Local conditions by

Local people

Volunteering

It is a spectacular Spring this year.

Planting now 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 request

(from our contact page) or

call on 0429644885 or

email:  gcln at westnet.com.au

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

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Advice

Expert advice on South West WA native plants.

Bulk Plant Stock

High quality native seedlings for wholesale orders.

Consultancy

Local re-vegetation projects using local plants.

Visit Us

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Address

366 Queen Elizabeth Ave,
Ambergate WA 6280
(Busselton)
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Opening Hours

Mon
8-4
Tue
8-4
Wed
9-2
Thu
9-2
Fri
9-2

We are open on the 4th SATURDAY of the month. 9-3 pm

Other times by appointment

Join us on Facebook

Connect with us and our wonderful supports and volunteers.

We regularly post new photos and videos as the seasons change. Join our private group for great discussions.

 

Wholesale

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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.