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333 David Rd (North), Waggrakine,
Geraldton, Western Australia 6530
Tel. (08) 9938 1628
Seasonal Opening Times
April-October: Thursday – Monday
November-March: Friday – Sunday
10am-5pm. Closed Public Holidays
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Varieties includes – Yellow Plum, Budiah, Black Krim, Saint Pierre, Tigerella, Sweetie, Indian Mayan and Pink Ponderosa.
Not only can you have your very own tasty tomatoes acclimatised to our Geraldton and midwest region climate, but as open pollinated , non-GMO varieties you’ll be ale to save the seed from your tomato fruit and become a seed saver. How good is that!
Come in before they are all sold.
Julie, Naomi and Beck have been busy over the summer months in the Permaculture Nursery propagating new season trees, shrubs and ground covers for Geraldton and the Midwest region.
We have a large selection of local Wattles, Gums, Teatrees, Bottlebrushes and more. From Inland to coast. We have also grown a selection of our heirloom vegetable seedlings.
All plants are Sun and wind hardened. If you need any advice on the best plants for your place we are more than happy to help.
Winter Hours (April to October) 10-5 Thursday to Monday. Closed Public Holidays.
Permaculture Nursery – ‘locally owned, locally grown’
We’re located at 333 David Rd (North), on the corner of Tramway Rd, in Waggrakine, Geraldton.
Coming from the Northwest Coastal Hwy? Turn off at Tramway Rd, come all the way east until you reach the junction with David Rd (North), turn right and we’re immediately on the right.
Coming via Chapman Valley Rd? Please note David Rd (South) ends at Collins Rd. Turn right, then a quick left and you are onto David Rd (North). See you soon!
Looking for quality plants suited to Geraldton and our Midwest?
Trees, shrubs and groundcovers. Windbreak, shade trees, coastal, inland … we’ve got a great selection.All grown and hardened here in our specialist nursery.
Spring Specials until the end of October 10% off!
Between all the work in the seed gardens, propagating plants, setting up our foundation and beginning the development of our new teaching buildings we’ve updated our website!
Stay tuned for more website features, and tweaks to suit. Thanks for continuing to support our not-for-profit enterprise.