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Greenplan Plant Sales

To keep our community safe, these Plant Sales are on hold until further notice.


Make your garden greener by picking up some gems from our Native Plant Sales.

We offer a wide range of ground covers, grasses, trees and shrubs that are native to the Wollongong area, as well as other Australian natives. You can check our plant list below a week before each sale to find out what will be available.  Worm farms and compost bins can also be bought at our sales.

Our expert horticulturalists are on hand at each sale to help with advice about plant selection for your garden.

The Friends of Wollongong Botanic Garden also hold a stall at our sales. Plants available from the Friends vary, and can include herbs or exotic plants. Profits go towards supporting a range of projects for the Garden.

Location

65 Northfields Avenue, Keiraville
(please note  there is no access to the Nursery from within the Garden, you must enter via Northfields Ave).

Upcoming Sales

Our next plant sales are shown below, or see our calendar for a full list of sales and other events.

Below is the plant list for 18 June 2021.

Plants are listed with their scientific name in italics, followed by the common name in brackets.

Illawarra Local Native Species

  • Acacia falcata (Sickle Wattle)
  • Acacia maidenii (Maidens Wattle)
  • Acacia stricta (Hop Wattle)
  • Acmena smithii var. minor (Dwarf Lilly Pilly)
  • Acronychia oblongifolia (White Aspen)
  • Ajuga australis (Australian Bugle)
  • Allocasuarina verticillata (Drooping She-oak)
  • Alpinia caerulea (Native Ginger)
  • Aneilema biflorum (Two-flowered Aneilema)
  • Archontophoenix cunninghamiana (Bangalow Palm)
  • Asplenium australasicum (Birds Nest Fern)
  • Baeckia imbricata (Heath Myrtle)
  • Banksia integrifolia (Coast Banksia)
  • Banksia serrata (Saw Banksia)
  • Banksia spinulosa (Hairpin Banksia)
  • Blechnum cartilagineum (Gristle Fern)
  • Blechnum nudum (Fishbone Water Fern)
  • Brachyscome multifida (Rock Daisy)
  • Breynia oblongifolia (Coffee Bush)
  • Callitris rhomboidea (Port Jackson Pine)
  • Carex appressa (Tall Sedge)
  • Carex brunnea (Greater Brown Sedge)
  • Casuarina torulosa (Rose She-oak)
  • Chrysocephalum apiculatum (Yellow Buttons)
  • Cissus antartica (Water Vine)
  • Crinum pedunculatum (Swamp Lily)
  • Croton vereauxii (Green Native Cascarilla)
  • Cupaniopsis anacardioides (Tuckeroo)
  • Cyathea cooperi (Scaly Tree Fern)
  • Cymbopogon refractus (Barb Wire Grass)
  • Deeringia amaranthoides (Shrubby Deeringia)
  • Dianella caerulea (Blue Flax-lily)
  • Dodonaea viscosa (Hop Bush)
  • Doodia aspera (Rasp Fern)
  • Echinopogon caespitosus (Tufted Hedgehog Grass)
  • Ethretia accuminata (Koda)
  • Eupomatia laurina (Bolwarra)
  • Euroschinus falcata (Ribbon Wood)
  • Eustrephus latifolius (Wombat Berry)
  • Ficinia / Isolepsis nodosa (Knobby Club-rush)
  • Ficus marcrophylla (Moreton Bay Fig)
  • Ficus rubiginosa (Port Jackson Fig)
  • Ficus superba (Deciduous Fig)
  • Gahnia sieberiana (Red-fruit Saw-sedge)
  • Geitonoplesium cymosum (Scrambling Lily)
  • Gmelina leichhardtii (White Beech)
  • Goodenia ovata-prostrate (Hop Goodenia)
  • Goodenia ovata-non prostrate form (Hop Goodenia)
  • Gymnostachys anceps (Settlers Flax)
  • Gynochthodes jasminoides (Sweet Morinda)
  • Hardenbergia violacea (Purple Coral Pea)
  • Hedycarya angustifolia (Austral Mulberry)
  • Hibbertia aspera (Rough Guinea Flower)
  • Hibbertia obtusifolia (Hoary Guinea Flower)
  • Homalanthus stillingifolius (Small-leaved Bleeding Heart)
  • Indigofera australis (Native Indigo)
  • Juncus kraussii (Sea Rush)
  • Libertia paniculata (Branching Grass-Flag)
  • Litsea reticulata (Bolly Gum)
  • Lomandra longifolia (Spiny-headed Mat-rush)
  • Maclura cochinchinensis (Cockspur Thorn)
  • Meleleuca hypericifolia (Hillock Bush)
  • Microleana stipoides (Weeping Grass)
  • Olearia microphylla (Small-leaved Daisy Bush)
  • Olearia tomentosa (Toothed Daisy-bush)
  • Olearia viscidula (Viscid Daisy Bush)
  • Pandorea jasminioides (Bower of Beauty)
  • Parachidendron pruinosum (Snow Wood)
  • Pennisetum alopecuroides (Swamp Foxtail Grass)
  • Pittosporum multiflorum (Orange Thorn)
  • Pittosporum revolutum (Wild Yellow Jasmine)
  • Platysace lanceolata (Shrubby Platysace)
  • Plectranthus graveolens (Bush Basil)
  • Poa labillardierei (Tussock-grass)
  • Podocarpus elatus (Plum Pine)
  • Pollia crispata (Pollia)
  • Pollia crispata dwarf (Dwarf Pollia)
  • Polyscias murrayi (Pencil Cedar)
  • Pomaderris-ferruginea (Rust Coloured Pomaderris)
  • Pratia pedunculata (Matted Pratia)
  • Prostanthera incisa var. sieberi (Cut-leaf Mintbush)
  • Prostanthera lasianthos (Victorian Christmas Bush)
  • Rhagodia candolleana (Coastal Salt Bush)
  • Ricinocarpos speciosus (Springbook Wedding Bush)
  • Sambucus australasica (Native Elderberry)
  • Solanum stelligerum (Devil's Needles)
  • Synoum glandulosum (Scentless Rosewood)
  • Telopea speciosissima (NSW Warratah)
  • Tetragonia tetragonoides (Warrigal Greens)
  • Themeda australis (Kangaroo Grass)
  • Tristaniopsis laurina (Water Gum)
  • Westringia fruticosa (Coastal Rosemary)

Australian Native Species

  • Acacia fimbriata (Fringed Wattle)
  • Acacia floribunda (Gossamer Wattle)
  • Anigozanthos (Kangaroo Paw (green form))
  • Anigozanthos cultivars (Kangaroo Paw)
  • Callistemon sp and cultivars (Bottlebrush)
  • Cordyline petiolaris (Broad-leaved Palm Lily)
  • Correa sp. and cultivars (Native Fuschia)
  • Graptophyllum illicifolium (Mt Blackwood Holly)
  • Grevillea sp and cultivars (Grevillea)
  • Harpullia pendula (Tulipwood)
  • Leptospermum sp. and cultivars (Tea Tree)
  • Lomandra hystrix (Green Mat-rush)
  • Myporum parvifolium (Creeping Boobialla)
  • Philotheca myoporoides (Wax Flower)
  • Pratia puberula (Alpine Pratia)
  • Prostanthera ('Mauve Mantle')
  • Scaevola 'Pink Form' (Fan Flower)
  • Scaevola purple (Fan Flower)
  • Syzgium sp. and cultivars (Lillypilly)
  • Thryptomene saxicola (F. C. Payne)
  • Verticordia plumosa (Plumed Featherflower)
  • Westringia sp. and cultivars (Coastal Rosemary)
  • Zieria prostrata (Carpet Star)

Current prices for our Native Plant Sales are shown below. Prices include GST.

Showing 1 - 17 of 17 items
Parent HierachyArea Fee NameFee Name GSTGST Current Fee (incl. GST)Current Fee (incl. GST)
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Plants 50mm Tube GSTY Current Fee$2.40
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameMultiple Plants 50mm Tube >50 plants (WCC Projects only) GSTY Current Fee$1.70
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Plants (70mm) Forest Tube GSTY Current Fee$3.20
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameMultiple Plants (70mm) Forest Tube >50 plants (WCC Projects only) GSTY Current Fee$2.90
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Jumbo Tube 75mm GSTY Current Fee$4.20
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameMultiple Jumbo Tube 75mm >20 plants (WCC Projects only) GSTY Current Fee$3.80
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Plants 140mm Pot GSTY Current Fee$8.10
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Plants 200mm Pot GSTY Current Fee$14.50
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Plants 250mm Pot GSTY Current Fee$20.50
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameIndividual Plants 300mm Pot GSTY Current Fee$37.50
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameTrees – 25 litre to 400 litre sizes GSTY Fee DescriptionMarket Rate
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NamePlant Sale Discount 25% GSTY Fee DescriptionBy Approval
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NamePlant Sale Discount 50% GSTY Fee DescriptionBy Approval
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameSchool Planting Program – Fee Waiver GSTY Fee DescriptionBy Approval
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameCharitable Donations – Fee Waiver GSTY Fee DescriptionBy Approval
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameWorm farms GSTY Current Fee$96.00
Parent HierachyBotanic Garden | Botanic Garden Nursery Fee NameCompost Bins 220L GSTY Current Fee$52.00

You can pay by card (not AMEX) or cheque. Cash is not accepted.

Bring your current rates notice as proof that you’re a resident of the Wollongong City Council area to buy plants at these sales.

Please note, a 0.5% merchant fee applies to all payments made by credit/debit card.

We happily accept the return of pots from any plants you've bought at one of our sales, and we will reuse them.

Please note, we don't accept damaged pots or any pots that were bought elsewhere.

Every financial year, not-for-profit primary and secondary schools, and community centres operating on community land in the Wollongong local government area can request up to 30 plants to be donated from the Botanic Garden's Greenplan Nursery.

We cannot accommodate requests for specific plants. The donation will include a mixture of native grasses, ground covers, trees and shrubs from our available supplies. If you have a specific plant request, you can purchase plants directly from the nursery as a special order (see 'Purchasing Plants' below) or come along to one of our sale days.

Submit your donation request

If you are interested in receiving free plants for your school or community centre please complete the following:

  1. Email us to request a donation. Note: we cannot accommodate requests for specific plants.
  2. Once your request has been approved, we will contact you to arrange a collection time. All orders for the remainder of the year will be scheduled for collection early in the new year when stock will be at its best.

Collecting plant donations

Bring a letterhead from the organisation or school authorising you to collect the plants on their behalf, along with photo ID. Plants cannot be collected without this.

Collections must be pre-booked. Collection times are Monday to Friday 7.30am to 9am, 9.30am to 12pm, or 12.30pm to 2pm.

  1. Visit our Nursery: 63 Northfields Avenue in Keiraville (Gate 8) at your agreed collection date and time (see above).
  2. Make sure you have an authorisation letter and photo ID.
  3. If the gate is locked when you arrive, call 0419 273 818.

Purchasing plants

If your school or community centre would like to purchase specific plants you can come to an upcoming Plant Sale (dates listed above) or email us with your request for a special order.

Make sure you include details of the types and quantity of plants you would like. Please note: There may be a limit on what we can provide you, so we will assess your request to order and if applicable, offer you similar alternatives.