Who We Are
Nursery located in Monbulk (about a 50 minutes drive to Melbourne's east)
We are dedicated to growing a huge range (nearly 500 varieties!) of top quality plants at wholesale prices.
As a family run business established nearly 20 years ago, we strive to create lasting relationships with our customers, and guarantee that they can count on us for honest pricing and quality plants with zero hassles.
We predominantly supply retail nurseries and landscape gardeners, however-
We also open to the public on the first Sunday of each month between 9am and 1pm, giving the general public access to our great range, low prices and expert advice. *Please note, we will not be running our open days in January or February. We do allow mid-week visits, but please be sure to send us an email or give us a call before coming.
What We Grow
At Treetop Nursery, we grow hundereds of varieties of plants including-
Citrus and fruit trees
These can be available in anything from a 50mm tube up to a big 400mm pot depending on availability.
These are just some of the native plants we grow-
Grevillea, Banksia, Leptospermum, Lilly Pilly, Bottle Brush, Native Hibiscus, Correa and Adenanthos
Eucalyptus, Wattle and Allocasuarina
Lomandra, Dianella and Kangaroo Paw
Ground covers and climbers-
Myoporum, Scaevola, Hardenbergia and Brachycome
Lilly Pilly and Westringia.
*To view a more extensive list of our native range, please click the link below.
A few of our favourite and most popular exotics are-
Nandina, Lavender, Salvia, Hebe, Daisy, Daphne, Camellia, Leucadendron and Diosma
Silver Birch, Teddy BearMagnolia, Little Gem Magnolia, Ornamental Pear, Weeping Cherries and Weeping Japanese Maples, Citrus Trees such as Lemon, Lime, Orange and Mandarin
Liriope, Dietes, Cordyline and Arthropodium
Ground Covers and Climbers-
Bacopa, Star Jasmine, Calibrachoa, Dichondra, Boston Ivy, Ajuga, Lithodora, and Diascia
English Box, Dutch Box, Korean Box, Pittosporum, Photinia, Bay Tree, Ficus and Ligustrum.
*For a full catalogue of our plants including information about plant size, position, flower etc. please click the link below.