Plant Hunting2022-05-11T11:50:23+10:00

Specialist Growers and Nurseries

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Plant Hunting in Tasmania – a Magical Mystery Tour!

One of the lesser-known, but increasingly cherished benefits of the Apple Isle, is its rapidly developing reputation as a supplier of diverse, and frequently much sought after plants and bulbs.

This is not entirely new. Tasmanian nurserymen have supplied choice plants to broader Australian markets for over a century now and our reputation continues to grow.

With the natural benefits of our benign climate and excellent soils, specialist Tasmanian growers continue to evolve and increasingly supply their botanical bounty to discerning gardeners and plant lovers elsewhere.

Generally speaking, Tasmanian grown plants, free from soil, are able to be taken to Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland without restriction. Alternatively, many Tasmanian growers can ship their plants to you in all Australian states or give advice on transporting your plants home.

Seed Street – Launceston (North)

Seed Street is an online Tasmanian seed company. Fill your garden with Annual and Perennial flowers. Harvest your own tasty produce. Free postage with every order! Find our selection [...]

The Succulent Store – Granton (South)

We are specialist cool climate succulent growers. Our plants are proudly grown in Tasmania. We endeavour to find, assess , evaluate and sell varieties suitable to the cool regions [...]

Van Diemen Quality Bulbs – Table Cape (North West)

Growers and suppliers of quality tulips, daffodils, Dutch iris, liliums and more. Free colour catalogue. Farm shop open weekdays all year. Featuring spring bulbs Feb-May, Summer bulbs July-Sept, souvenirs [...]

Plants of Tasmania Nursery – Ridgeway (South)

Specialist growers of Tasmanian native plants. An astounding range of Tasmanian plants from alpine, rainforest, heathland and coastal plants, including Huon pine, leatherwood, myrtle, sassafras and hundreds of other species! [...]

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