Where to get plants

Where to get your garden plants under Level 3

 

King’s Plant Barn is open for online orders: www.kings.co.nz/

Palmers Garden Centres – many centres are offering click and collect services

Blackbridge Big Tree Nursery is open for deliveries

Sunhill Garden Centre in St Heliers is open, they are asking customers to email requests.  

Kumeu Garden Hub has a click and collect service, visit their Facebook page for details.

Kaipara Coast Plant Centre is asking customers to send a request for a catalogue to their email: info@kaiparacoast catalogue, from which they can then order.

Awa Nursery in Waimauku is open for pick-ups and deliveries

River Road Nursery in Tuakau will be doing click and collect and local deliveries

Gordon’s Native Plant Nursery in Titirangi are taking phone orders for customers to collect. Phone 09 817 3498, email info@gordonsnurseries.co.nz, www.gordonsnurseries.co.nz/

New Zealand Native Plants Nursery in Bombay open for deliveries and collection, with orders taken online, by phone or email visit https://nznativeplantnursery.co.nz/ for details.

Awapuni Nurseries is taking orders for delivery from 6 May, including vegie seedling combos

Greenleaf Nurseries in the Hawke’s Bay is delivering fruit trees, ornamental trees and shrubs to Auckland and around the country.

Kauri Park nurseries are delivering.

Signature Plants (Oratia & Dairy Flat Branch) are doing contactless trading, phone for internet banking, with collection from the gate

Tumbeweed at Matakana are doing pay online & collect at gate or Paywave at premises, also undertaking bulk deliveries.

Mitre10 are offering click and collect as well as deliveries

Bunnings Warehouse are doing deliveries

 

 

 

Legacy advice

Potential ways to source plants:

  • Order from a nursery. If you cannot find what you are looking for ask your local nursery to order them in.
  • Order online. Some nurseries and seed companies will have plants or seed available online, to be delivered. Most have photos and descriptions online and a choice of plant sizes. Some nurseries now sell on TradeMe.
  • Buy from the Growing Friends. Our volunteers often have unique or unusual plants for sale at great prices. Check their opening hours before you come.
  • Ask a plant group. Many specialty plant societies and groups hold plant sales, often at the Auckland Botanic Gardens. Check What's on for more information.
  • Visit a specialist nursery. There are many specialty nurseries open to the public that specialise in native plants, edibles, perennials etc. Call to see if they have what you are after before making the trip!
  • If you cannot find a plant, ask us. As a botanic garden, we keep records of all our plants, so we can tell you where they came from and if you can get them.