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WILDTECH PLANTS

AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANT TUBESTOCK

Wildtech Plants is located at Glenmaggie and Heyfield in the foothills of the great dividing range in Gippsland. We have been Australian native plant enthusiasts and propagators since 1985.

Welcome to Wildtech Plants Collectors Online. We share your passion for Australia’s  unique plants, and are pleased to offer you a very large range of species and cultivars for sale from our online catalogue. We  understand how difficult it can be for enthusiasts to buy “hard to get” species in regional Australia, and hope our extensive range of plants will enable you to create the gardens that celebrate our nations’ wonderful flora.

TRANSPORT

Due to the large volume of deliveries Aust Post may experience some delays and we recommend using the Express Post option to avoid any lengthy delays that may occur to your plants being delivered.

Your plants are packed in heavy duty cartons and sent via Australia Post on Monday or Friday. The cartons have tracking codes which allow the plants to be traced if they don’t arrive on the expected day.

Victorian customers should normally receive their plants by Wednesday, and New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland usually deliver on Thursday or Friday. Northern Territory, Tasmanian and West Australian customers should contact us before purchasing plants for advice regarding postage, treatment and inspection costs.

Our standard carton holds up to 35 plants. For orders between 36 plants and 112 plants we have a special large carton which can hold up to 112 plants.

Post and packing charges

  • Standard carton  A.C.T, NSW, QLD, S.A, VIC      $18
  • Large carton         ACT, NSW, QLD, S.A, VIC        $35

Our nursery is not open on weekends and public holidays. If you want to pick up your plants in person please contact us on 0428 480 317 or collectorsonline@wildtechnursery.com.au

DESTINATIONS

We are accredited to send native plant tubestock to all Australian states. Some states have restrictions on the species that may be imported, or require quarantine inspection upon arrival at a significant cost.

Tasmania and Western Australia have total bans on the shipment of any plants from the family myrtaceae, and also require inspection of all plants by their plant standards officers before the plants can be delivered to you. For small consignments this fee may be more than your plants are worth. South Australia also has some restrictions on the entry of plants from the myrtaceae family.

Contact us if you are unsure of your states’ requirements before placing your order.

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