Bringing bio-diversity into your life. Attracting butterflies to your garden.
We sell Butterfly Host Plants and Butterfly Nectar Plants from our point of sale in Ferny Grove, Brisbane, Queensland.
We are passionate about horticulture, specialising in native Australian plants to attract butterflies to your garden, be it your back garden, inspirational gardens, school gardens or sensory gardens.
Anywhere that butterflies can enhance lives and have a chance at touching the hearts of people, young and old.
We currently have in stock over 60 different climbers, shrubs, bushes, ground covers and trees.
These Butterfly Host Plants are often difficult and time consuming to propagate and tend to be overlooked by the bigger nurseries. Some of the plants are on endangered plant lists.
Our aim is to be part of the education of the metamorphosis of butterflies and to proliferate Butterfly Host Plants around the South East Queensland area and beyond.
If there are any Butterfly Host Plants you would like to purchase but do not see on our plant list please feel free to contact us and we will see if we can source them for you.
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Delivery in the Brisbane area can be arranged, with 10 or more $15 plants.
Cash and carry also available from our point of sale in Ferny Grove, Brisbane.Contact us email@example.com to arrange a visit.
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