Greenlink Sandbelt Indigenous Nursery
Greenlink
Sandbelt
Greenlink
Sandbelt
INDIGENOUS
PLANT NURSERY

Open to the Public

Wednesdays

      9am - Noon

Sundays

      11am - 2pm

 

587 Heatherton Rd. Clayton South, Vic

Text Louise: 0488 004 012

Or Message Us

About Us

About Us

Greenlink Sandbelt is a not-for-profit community nursery specialising in the rich variety of plants that flourished in Melbourne's sandbelt before European arrival.

We take limited amounts of seed and cuttings, under government permit, from local reserves to propagate in our nursery. Additional material is collected from our ever-growing garden.

Volunteers

Volunteers

Volunteers are always welcome and no experience is necessary. If Australian flora and gardening are your go, if you enjoy tea and biscuits, why not drop in for a visit?

<p>A Black Cockatoo on a Eucalyptus branch.</p>

A Black Cockatoo on a Eucalyptus branch.

Why Plant Indigenous?

To save water. Local, native plants have adopted over millennia to thrive our climate and soils. These plants require little watering and fertilisation when mature.

To preserve genetic heritage. Buying local plants guarantees genetic diversity is preserved.

To retain local history. The Melbourne region once carried a wealth of habitats - heathlands, forests, wetlands and grasslands. Most have been obliterated but indigenous plants can provide a link to an ancient, living past.

To provide habitat for native fauna. Birds, insects, lizards, and frogs will welcome every contribution.

Greenlink Sandbelt Indigenous Nursery
Greenlink Sandbelt Indigenous Nursery
© Greenlink Sandbelt Indigenous Nursery

587 Heatherton Rd.
Clayton South, Vic 3169

ABN: 80 478 502 015


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