Welcome to the
Kalamunda Plant Company
We’re a small business that sells plants online. We focus on edible plants and stock a wide range of amazing and hard to find fruit, vegetables, herbs, medicinal and ritual herbs, indigenous bush food, nuts, berries, edible flowers and loads more.
We also sell non edible plants.
We love growing interesting and old-fashioned vegetable varieties to offer a flavoursome, seasonal and natural alternative to those found in supermarkets.
We don’t use herbicides, pesticides or non-organic fertilisers and we adhere to sustainable gardening.
Frequently asked questions.
I haven't ordered plants through a website before. How does it work?
You can either click on the products themselves then press the 'Add to cart' button and order through the website, or you can email Andrew directly at; email@example.com with your order.
I’m after a certain plant but I can’t find it on your website. Can you get it for me?
Most of the time, yes. We have access to thousands of different varieties of plants. Just let us know what you’re after via email and we’ll see if we can source it. We’ll email you back with the prices and sizes for you to consider. We have accounts with major suppliers all over Australia and accounts with small-scale local growers and suppliers, so if there’s a plant you see when you’re out and about, there’s a very good chance we can get it for you.
Once I place an order, when will the plants be available?
If you're selecting plants from our available stock list (on the Online Shop page), the plants will be ready the next day.
If you're ordering plants that aren't listed on the website and need to be sourced from suppliers, these will need to be paid for first. They usually take a week to arrive with us.
How do I pay for my plants?
Easy. Once an order is confirmed, you can either transfer the payment to our account or you can pay cash upon collection.
Do you post your plants in the mail or offer a delivery service?
We don't post any of our plants in the mail.
We offer a delivery service within the City of Kalamunda and surrounding areas for a small fee. Contact Andrew at; firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll see what we can do to help.
A lot of our customers collect their plants directly from us in Kalamunda.
If I'm collecting my plants from you in Kalamunda, when can I come?
We can arrange a time that suits you (we need 24 hours notice). Orders are prepared, tagged with your name and left out ready for collection. Just help yourself. A lot of our customers are regulars - we're just one big plant-loving family!
Andrew’s Garden Blog
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Grown by the Kalamunda Plant Company
We sell happy, healthy, quality plants. Our seeds are sourced from our own plants or certified organic suppliers. We grow a lot of our own plants from our own strong, healthy parent stock, free from disease. Plant hygiene is very important to us…
Giving Plants a Second Chance
If you have any unwanted plants and want to help your community, you are welcome to donate them to The Kalamunda Plant Company and we’ll re-pot and restore them for resale with 100% of the profits going to a local community group. We don’t make any financial gain …
I’m delighted to be growing the exciting new range of Sabrina Hahn plants, called Sabrina’s Selection. We’ll be offering an ever-changing selection of classic, open-pollenated varieties, grown from seed (some sourced from parent plants in Sabrina’s own garden)....read more
I started the Kalamunda Garden Festival in spring, 2018 as a community initiative to bring people together. There are so many wonderful gardens in the City of Kalamunda and so many enthusiastic gardeners. Initially I thought the garden festival might only have been...read more
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