Herb plants in Melbourne

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herbs_1Starting a garden from scratch, and are looking to buy herb plants in Melbourne? Our range of herb plants and seeds for sale are sure to help you get the job done, and improve your culinary efforts with the very best of fresh produce. We specialise in a wide range of different herbs, including the traditional favourites and a few rare oddities, and can even order in any particular herb that you wish, if we don’t stock it already.

We restock our range of herbs weekly, so you can rest assured that they will always be as fresh as possible for you to use. We can also sell a range of herb seeds, for those that are looking to create a grocery store in their own backyard. We also seek out the highest quality of herbs from local suppliers right here in Melbourne. To see more information from one of our suppliers, Herb Herbert, you can click here for their detailed brochure.

Huge selection of herb plants in Melbourne

We’ve also got vegetable seeds for sale for those that want to get their green thumbs going for their culinary activities. We stock all of the regular items, as well as some rare vegetable seeds for sale. Like our other seeds, they have been nurtured out in the open environment, making it easy for you to buy flower seeds, and see the rewards spring up instantly.

Wide range of herb seedlings in Melbourne

We’ve made it easy to create your own bed of herbs by providing you with a selection of quality seedlings that are ready to prosper and thrive in your garden. Our seedlings are effectively ready to plant and nurture, and our team of on-site staff will be more than happy to provide you with the right guidance to make sure that they last you for a long time to come.

Affordable herb plants in Melbourne

Our association with the leading herb wholesale suppliers in the area also has a flow on effect where we can offer you discounted herb prices. We can offer you seasonal herbs priced at $4.95 each (or 5 for $20), representing not only a great way to create a sustainable garden, but also to do so on an affordable basis, without compromising on the quality of the herb plants.