Our Greenplan Nursery provides a wide range of ground covers, grasses, trees and shrubs indigenous to the Wollongong area.
We have native plant sales on the third Friday of each month between 7.30am and 2.30pm (excluding December) plus four Saturday sales throughout the year. Upcoming sales dates are listed on our plant sale flyer.
A week prior to each plant sale, we'll update the native plant species stock list so you'll know what will be available for sale.
Qualified horticulturalists are on site during the sales to provide advice on plant selection for your garden.
Plant stock sizes and prices (until June 2019)
- Forest Tube Stock: $3 each
- Jumbo Tube Stock: $4 each
- 140mm - 6” Pot: $7.70 each
- 200mm - 8” Pot: $13.50 each
- 250mm - 10” Pot: $19.50 each
- 300mm - 12” Pot: $36 each
Payment by card (not AMEX) or cheque; cash not accepted.
Please ensure you bring your rates notice to every plant sale day as a proof of Wollongong City Council residency.
We happily accept the return of our council supplied pots for reuse. Please note that we do not accept pots purchased elsewhere.
Worm farms and Compost Bins
Worm farms and compost bins are available for purchase from the Greenplan Nursery on the third Friday of the month or on Greenplan Sale days.
- Worm Farm: $91.50 each
- Compost Bin: $50 each
Every financial year schools and community centres in the Wollongong local government area can receive up to 30 donated plants from the Botanic Garden. Included in the donation will be a mixture of native grasses, ground covers and shrubs. If your let us know if your site is located in sunny or shady area we can supply plants most appropriate for the site.
If you are interested in receiving plants for you school or community centre please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Once received we will contact you to select a collection date and time (at least a week after the initial contact). On collection you will need to bring an letterhead from the centre or school authorising you to collect the plants on behalf of the school.