Carpeting Ground Covers

Carpeting ground covers are a fantastic alternative to lawns and soil covers such as gravel, pea straw or bark. They are the perfect companion to footpaths as they quickly fill in any exposed soil and create these stunning displays.

An uncovered soil in the garden is a magnet for weeds and the soil will dry out very quickly and get degraded by the sun, which will create issues for your plants. Using carpeting ground covers as living mulch is your best solution as they will protect your soil, keep the weeds at bay, provide a habitat for beneficial insects and build your soil up. The best part is that its an easy way to add interesting textures and colours with their attractive leaves and flowers.

We have put together a list of our top carpeting ground covers that can inspire you to add a magical touch to your garden.

Magical Rose Carpets

Carpet roses are an the most popular ground cover rose. They can produce an astonishing display of colourful blossoms in spring through to autumn. They’re extraordinarily low maintenance and have exceptional disease resistance.

Amazing Agapanthus!!

Agapanthus, also known as Lily of the Nile, means love’s flower, from the Greek word ‘agape’ which means love, and ‘anthos’ which means flower.They are characterized by their big orbs of trumpet like flowers with a gorgeous violet hue, although there are a couple of types that are white.

We have dozens of varieties for you to choose from.

Weeping Wonders!

Weeping trees are a stunning feature in almost any garden. They add interest to the landscape all year long with their long weeping branches that sway gracefully in the wind. They soothe the mind and evoke feelings of serenity!

weeping tree has branches or leaves that droop downward, creating a graceful profile. Most weeping trees do not have this habit normally and are a result of mutations. These unusual specimens are propagated for sale through grafting, where they are placed onto the rootstock of a standard species

GIFT Vouchers !

So you want to buy them a gift this Christmas, and it would be a plant obviously as they love plants!! But which one should you choose?

If you have no idea, don’t stress!

Give the gift of choice this Christmas! Get them a gift voucher so that they can easily choose their favorite one, or that one plant that is missing from their garden!

Our special Christmas 2019 Gift Vouchers are valid online at and also in our Campbellfield nursery. They are valid for use from 26th December 2019 until 26 December 2020, and can be used to purchase anything we sell or offer including delivery, with no restrictions.

Your gift voucher can be emailed to you OR straight to your recipient. You can also request to have a physical gift card posted to you or to your lucky recipient. Just let us know by emailing after your purchase. Please note that to have it posted to you before the 24th of December, your order should be placed by Wednesday the 18th of December.




Welcome to the BIG BOX CLEARANCE SALE!!! A large amount of desirable lush green box and topiary ready for you take home and make a hedge, border or even a maze! (AH-MAZING) and did we mention it’s on sale? IT’S ON SALE!  Limited time only.

1477 Sydney Rd, Campbellfield. Open 9am-5pm EVERYDAY.

Here are our Specials!

.99c Excusive deal – 3″ Pot Box Oz

$1.99 Range – 3″ Pots

$3.99 Range – 6″ Pots

$10.99 Range – 8″ Pots

Our full range of box:

English Box Box Leaf Privet
Box Oz Dutch Box
Variegated English Box Japanese Box
Korean Box Green Rocket
Tom Thumb Shaggy Box

Height and Growth Rate guide:

Approx hedge height – Shortest to tallest growing (In Melbourne, Victoria)

40-50 cm: ‘Tom Thumb’- Euonymus japonicus microphyllus

50-60 cm: ‘Dutch Box’ – Buxus sempervirens suffruticosa

50-60 cm: ‘Korean Box’ – Buxus microphylla microphylla

1 m: ‘Variegated English Box’ – Buxus sempervirens variegata

1 m:‘Japanese Box’ – Buxus microphylla japonica

1.2 m: ‘Green Rocket’ or ‘Evergreen Spindle’ – Euonymus japonicus

1.2 m: ‘BoxOz’ – Lonicera Nitida

1.5 m: ‘Shaggy Box’ – Buxus bodinieri

1.5 m: ‘English Box’ – Buxus sempervirens

1.5 m: ‘Faulkner Box’ – Buxus microphylla faulkner

2 m: ‘Box Leaf Privet’ – Ligustrum undulatum


Rate of growth – slowest to fastest (In Melbourne, Victoria)

Very slow: ‘Shaggy Box’ – Buxus bodinieri

Slow: ‘English Box’ – Buxus sempervirens

Slow: ‘Variegated English Box’ – Buxus sempervirens variegata

Slow: ‘Green Rocket’ or ‘Evergreen Spindle’ – Euonymus japonicus

Slow : ‘Dutch Box’ – Buxus sempervirens suffruticosa

Medium: ‘Faulkner box’ – Buxus microphylla faulkner

Medium: ‘Korean Box’ – Buxus microphylla microphylla

Medium: ‘Japanese Box’ – Buxus microphylla japonica

Fast:‘Tom Thumb’- Euonymus japonicus microphyllus

Fast: ‘BoxOz’ – Lonicera Nitida

Fast: ‘Box Leaf Privet’ – Ligustrum undulatum

We’ve Overbought! Now we need to Under Price!

Hello Hello Friends,

You might already know how Chris loves to get you the best deals possible by buying in bulk from his suppliers, and passing his savings on to you!

But he was a little overzealous while ordering, and now the nursery is Chock FULL of beautiful plants that need a new home!! So Chris is now walking around the nursery in his pink tutu and slashing all the prices!! These won’t stay in stock for very long at these low low prices, so make sure you get those plants that you’ve always wanted while they are cheap cheap!

Here are just some of the plants that are in the clearance, and there are many others that are available exclusively instore!

The $2.99 Range

Hello Hello! Check out these amazing, colourful specials we have on at the moment and guess what… they’re all $2.99!

Bare Rooted Fruit Trees

Bare Rooted Fruit Trees

??Create a mini farm in your backyard! It’s time to get BARE FRUITED! ??
?What does bare rooted mean?
Bare rooted simply means – No pot!
?Is there an advantage to buying bare rooted plants?
Hell yeah, they are SO MUCH CHEAPER!
?Does this harm the plant?
Absolutely not, this has been practised for years and years and years. Deciduous plants fall asleep when it gets cold, so they aren’t under too much stress when they’re moved.
?How do you keep them at the nursery?
In big garden bed filled with loose soil, or big pots all together.
?How do I take them home?
We wrap the roots of your plants in in a plastic wrap, we add a little soil and a little bit of water to keep the roots moist.
?Can I fit them in the car?
Yes you can! But we recommend bringing something to put under them, as it’s slightly muddy

A Flash Back In Time

A Flash Back In Time

??Awww doesn’t it make your heart melt?!??One of our beautiful customers shared this photo she had of her daughter from 2009!
?So we recreated it 10 years later!!
What champs! ?
Thanks guys! ?

We love stories like this. After serving the local community and grater Victoria for such a long time it is really wonderful for us to be able to experience special moments like this. They say a picture is worth a 1000 words… well how about 2 pictures!?

?1477 Sydney Rd, Campbellfield ☎️(03) 9359 3331 ⭐️OPEN EVERYDAY 9am – 5pm ?

Chris With Customer