Where do you go to buy your plants? There are so many beautiful, established nurseries in the city and surrounds. You can also get some wonderful garden plants from the markets, all lovely, looked after and luscious.
The Plant Factory Outlet is owned and operated by Donna and Jim Plumpton, Brisbanites who have been at this same spot for all this time. They sold only to landscape contractors for many years, deciding to go public 9 years ago, passing on great prices to you.
This is a self-serve venue, feel free to browse. It is almost like a walk through a botanical garden.
You enter and automatically notice the quality of everything growing here. Look at that row of palms, stunning and graceful in their framework. How about the roses to the left, notice how gorgeous they are and ready to be planted?
Cactus and some succulents thrive here, loving the summer heat. If you have a slope, a spot heated all day by the summer sun, these little beauties hold their own water and do well in these conditions.
Hanging pots, climbers, vines, all give you a great show and can cover a multitude of ugly walls or trellises.
Annuals brighten up all corners of your yard, pinks, blues, yellows, oranges. Put them in the shade, full sun, partial sun and everywhere else in between. Make sure you plant them in the right soil, a huge factor in the growth of your plants.
Natives like callistemon, grevillea, or fruit trees, bamboos and lillypillys all can be used as the bones for a good structured garden. One key to a long life for your trees is making sure they are planted in their ideal conditions with lots of room around them to grow.
Go and check out the best place to buy plants in Brisbane, take a coffee with you because you can spend quite a while browsing here on this large piece of property, enjoying the colour, texture and natural beauty that is part of Donna and Jim's Plant Factory Outlet.
Be on the lookout for their up and coming website.
You give no prices to compare with other nursery prices so wholesale could mean anything. I have been caught out before driving long distances to purchase so called "wholesale " .if you are unable to actually mention prices you could perhaps say their prices are 75% of large hardware store nursery prices which gives us an indicator of price. Giny from Brisbane North.
Hey guys, yes a pride guide would have been a bonus. Sorry one was not included. Also, they are no longer around, decided to retire and the shop has now closed. I loved it because I could drive and always find what I wanted, at a good price. But I just liked to explore, whether I bought anything or not. Take care all and happy plant shopping, elsewhere.