Ordering & Payments

How do I order stock for landscaping?

View our current stock availability list online, select your plants, email your order through to the sales team. Our sales team will confirm plant availability and organise delivery with you.

For larger projects, hit the ‘get a quote’ button on the top of this page. Complete the required details and upload your plant list. Our team will provide a written quote and are happy to offer suggestions for suitable species.

We understand every project is different. If you have specific requirements – feel free to get in contact and discuss how we can offer a solution to suit.

Does Plantrite offer contract growing?

Yes, we can help with projects that require a special mix of plants, large volume orders, or projects that require propagation from provenance seed and cuttings. We’ll supply progress reports of your order throughout the growing season, ensuring peace of mind. Contact our team to discuss how we can grow your stock.

What’s the benefit of ordering in advance?

Ensure you achieve the best mix of plants for your revegetation project by ordering in advance. Once we confirm an order with you that stock is set aside especially for you, ensuring you get the varieties you need to complete your project on time.

How do I book a delivery?

Plantrite provides delivery via our own truck fleet and can be on-site from as early as 6 am. We recommend booking your delivery date and time at least 4-5 days in advance to avoid disappointment. Contact our sales team to book a delivery.

How do I pay for plants?

Once your order is confirmed an invoice will be emailed through to you for payment before picking & dispatch. Invoice payments can be made via EFT or via credit card over the phone (a small surcharge does apply for credit card payments).

Purchasing often?

We offer accounts for approved customers purchasing on a regular basis. Contact the sales team for an account application form.

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