Tilba Nursery

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The Avenue, Tilba Tilba, NSW

The Avenue, Tilba Tilba , NSW
Specialising in rare and unusual plants

10am to 3pm – seven days a week.

October Update | We’re now open seven days a week with our usual spring trading hours of 10am – 3pm.

Owners | Keith and Desiree
Phone | (02) 4473 7196


    Australian Native Plants

    For more info + images of the new native plants in the nursery see our In the Nursery page or follow us on Instagram / Facebook for daily updates.

    Anigozanthos rufus - stunning red/orange kangaroo paw. New stock of roo paws have just arrived in our native plants collection. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #spring #kangaroopaws #anigozanthos
    Grevillea 'Outback Sunrise' - just one of our large range of Grevillea currently flowering in the nursery. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #grevilleas #spring
    Boronia 'Purple Jared' - flowering in the nursery. Boronias are currently adding some classic native spring colour to the nursery. We have sevral forms of the beautiful B. heterophylla in stock, including ‘Magenta Stars’, plus the hybrid 'Purple Jared'. If you haven't had any luck with growing these aromatic natives in the past drop in for a chat about the best position, drainage and soil to keep them happy and flowering. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #boronia
    'Bush Gems' are select, compact kangaroo paws that are ideal for adding a bright splash of winter/spring colour to the garden or a pot (with appropriate potting mix). We have a range of colours in stock this week including 'Bush Bonanza' (yellow) - with most already in flower. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #winter #bushgem #kangaroopaw
    Conostylis setigera 'Lemon Lights' is a dwarf clumping form of this interesting WA native which only grows to 15cm in height. The hairy grey-green foliage is a feature while the yellow flowers are produced from winter to summer. A great little option for adding a splash of cheery colour to a rockery bed. New stock has just arrived in the nursery and is starting to flower. Keith. #inthenursery #conostylis #nativeplants #winter
    Grevillea 'Loopy Loo' - showy native shrub with a long flowering period. Keith. #inthenursery #grevilleas #nativeplants #winter
    Epacris 'Bega' is a select form of E. impressa which is grows naturally just to the south of us around Bega, NSW. 'Bega' is regarded as one of the more reliable Epacris forms in cultivation and produces bright red flowers across autumn, winter and early spring. Like most Epacris, 'Bega' prefers a slightly sheltered position in the garden, excellent drainage and a cool root run (mulching can be beneficial). It can also be grown in a pot with native potting mix - which is a great option for maintaining the appropriate drainage and moisture levels the plant requires. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #winter #epacris
    Grevillea tenuiloba - beautiful / endangered WA species now available as grafted plants in the east. Currently flowering in the nursery. Keith. #inthenursery #grevilleas #nativeplants #winter #ozplants
    Grevillea 'Lollypops' is a stunning grafted grevillea which features sprays of raspberry coloured flowers for most of the year. Regular dead-heading of the finished flowers keeps the plant a compact shape (1.5m x 1.5m) and leads to more flowering. A very popular grev with bees and birds - grafted plants in the nursery are currently starting to bud. Keith. #inthenursery #grevilleas #nativeplants #graftedgrevilleas