Friday, May 25, 2012

Winter is certainly here and so are all the winter flowering plants.
We have a good selection of Magnolias, Camellias and the Nandinas are showing some great colour at the moment 
Great selections of pansies violas and primulas in punnets and potted colour 125mm pots
Our potted colour is still only 4 for $12.00ea and have a great range of plants to chose from.
There are still lots of choices in herbs and vegetables to plant in your garden or in pots.
We also have a great selection of cyclamen or men on bikes as on person called them.
Full range of potatoes to choose from and ready to plant in your garden or pots.
Although the weather may be a little on the chilly side there are still lots of things too see and plant throughout the nursery.
We even have a selection of bougainvillea in full colour
Drop by and see us we are open 8.30am to 5.00pm everyday we have lots of  horticulturalists to help with your gardening needs.

3 Comments:

Blogger Nic Russ said...

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April 7, 2013 at 1:29 PM  
Blogger Nic Russ said...

Beautiful nursery. We visited on Sunday 7th of April 2013.
The cafe however was terrible service. All outdoor tables that were empty had dirty plates and glasses left on - we had to clear it ourselves.
We ordered our food then waited over 15-20 minutes for our drinks. They finally came.
It's was about 30-35 minutes after our drinks had been delivered and our food still hadn't arrived so I went back to the inside counter and the waitress said "Oh I was trying to find you" (our food had been sitting there).
The male waiter then brought it out to our table outside and said "Your table number was blocked by the plants so we couldn't see it". Oh and I mustn't forget to mention that when we finally got our food it was.... Cold!
Such a nice nursery and location but unacceptable, below standard service at the cafe.

April 7, 2013 at 1:31 PM  
Blogger Nic Russ said...

This experience listed above was at the Kingsford Nursery.

April 7, 2013 at 1:39 PM  

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