Yarralumla Nursery is currently open but we are assessing the smoke hazard situation on a daily basis and we will keep you updated.
For any urgent orders please call or email us:
Phone: 026 207 2447
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause .The safety and welfare of our staff comes first and we appreciate your understanding and patience at this time.
Yarralumla Nursery is an ACT Government owned business within the Transport Canberra and City Services Directorate (TCCS). As one of its core businesses the Nursery grows and supplies plant material for ACT Government landscape development projects and the ACT Government plant issue scheme.
The Nursery also sells plant materials to local and interstate landscape contractors and undertakes contract growing for the nursery industry, Greening Australia, hobby farmers, rural land owners, district councils and government directorates.
The Nursery provides employment to apprentices, students, physically or mentally disadvantaged persons and 'work for the dole scheme' participants.
Yarralumla Nursery offers an allocation of free plants to people who have purchased a bran new residential block of land.
Useful hints for Canberra gardeners ranging from hot to attract butterflies to your garden to types of shrubs for hot dry spots.
Yarralumla Nursery has propagated a number of trees from seeds collected from the Lone Pine.
Yarralumla Nursery provides a number of services for government, commercial and private customers in Canberra and surrounding areas.
Yarralumla Nursery has an extensive range of locally grown species that suit the Canberra climate. You have a choice of purchasing and ordering from two catalogues.
Through the propagation of many millions of trees and shrubs subsequently planted in the National Capital, Yarralumla Nursery deserves credit for much of the charm of the city's streets, parks and private gardens.
What's new at the nursery.
Yarralumla Nursery is an ACT Government owned business which provides high quality and competitively prices plants.
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