About Us

  • About Us
    The small garden, balcony, and indoor plant specialists
    Here is what Concrete Playground had to say about us in their blog article "The Best Places to Buy Plants in Sydney":
    This small nursery is absolute magic. What it lacks in size it more than makes up for in charm — and its finely curated selection of plants, which include everything from orchids to cacti. The staff are great and always ready to help when you just can't figure out what you've done to make your indoor rubber tree look so sad. They understand that shoppers come from all levels of green experience, offering hard-to-kill Zanzibar Gems (the magic plant that thrives on neglect and only needs watering once every three months) for those with black thumbs as well as being able to talk through the intricacies of garden layouts with the pros. Possibly the most welcoming on the list, the Newtown Garden Market also has great standing deals — like four flowering plants for $10 and six herbs for $25 — meaning you can build your own flowerbed or herb garden in one trip.

Business Hours

Mon - Fri
Sat - Sun
Basic Info
  • Parking
    Ample street parking can be found for most of the day either directly on King Street, or the surrounding back streets. However, from 3pm onwards Monday through Friday King Street becomes a Clearway so parking can be difficult after that time. 

  • Public Transit
    Bus Routes: 422,308, and 370
    Train Stations: St Peters and Newtown

 Credit Cards Accepted

Say hello to our Team 

Our wonderful Store Supervisor. 
Bron has a wealth of experience and a degree in Horticulture, she really knows her stuff and goes out of her way to make sure our customers get the right advice. She loves plants, but holds a special place in her heart for Succulents and Cacti

Ask Bron now

Store Owner and Certified Nursery Professional

A qualified Horticulturalist with over 15 years experience in the Independent Retail Nursery sector. As a Newtown local he is passionate about bringing the best plants and gardening products to the local market.   

Ask Dave now

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