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#1 User is offline   Green Baron 

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Posted 16 September 2009 - 08:29 PM

Click here for Google Map of Plant nurseries in Singapore.



Some of the more common nurseries ;

Pick-A-Plant : Kevin's Tilly farm
Choa Chu kang Track 14
Tel : 8133-6803

Far East Flora Pte Ltd
555, Thomson Road,
Singapore 298140
Tel: 6 254 6662
Fax: 6 354 7207
www.fareastflora.com

Far East Florist & Landscape Construction Pte Ltd
2-4 Tampines Road
Hougang Floral Centre,
Singapore 535060
Tel: 6 285 2239
Fax: 6 283 2174
www.fareastflora.com

Far East Flora.Com Pte Ltd
590 Queensway (Ridout Tea Garden)
Singapore 149072
Tel: 6 472 0639
Fax: 6 355 0620
www.fareastflora.com


Good Wood Florist Pte Ltd
565 Thomson Rd
Singapore 298184
Tel: 6 254 7722
Fax: 6 250 9821

Bedok Garden & Landscape (subsidiary of Far East Flora)
No. 2, Bedok South Road (Nursery Plot 1)
Singapore 469268
Tel: 6 244 2216
Fax: 6 446 5233

Hawaii Landscape Pte Ltd
559 Thomson Road Plot 7
PSA Nursery, Singapore 298182
Tel: 6 251 3963
Fax: 6 253 8253

Ji Mei Flower Pte Ltd
5, Joan Road, Plot 11 & 12
Thomson Nursery, Singapore 298898
Tel: 6 256 2292

Spa Flora Pte Ltd
553, Thomson Road
Singapore 298139
Tel: 6 252 8512
Fax: 6 250 1455
Email:spaflora@singnet.com.sg

Island Landscape & Nursery Pte Ltd
Plot 13, Joan Road / Thomson Road
PSA Nursery, Singapore 298897
Tel: 6 254 9867
Fax: 6 253 8989

Candy Floriculture Pte Ltd
567 Thomson Road
Singapore 298183
Tel: 6 256 6788
Fax: 6 250 7760
Email:sales@candy.com.sg
Website:www.candy.com.sg

Horizon Floral Pte Ltd
18, Tampines Road, Hougang Flora Centre
Singapore 535069
Hp: 9 003 1029

Katong Flower Shop Pte Ltd
3829 New Upper Changi Road
Singapore 460000
Tel: 6442 2000
Fax: 6449 9341

Sinflora (S) Pte Ltd
No.1, Seletar West Farmway 1
Singapore 798131
Tel: 6 483 1133
Fax: 6 482 7233
Email:sales@sinflora.com

Blue Sky Agriculture Supplies Co. Pte Ltd
No.22, Phoenix Road
Singapore 668167
Tel: 6 769 1550 / 6 769 1584
Fax: 6 763 6395

Ang Mo Kio Floral & Landscape Pte Ltd
No. 15 Ang Mo Kio Central 2
Singapore 569664
Tel: 6 459 8115
Fax: 6 453 7435

Corona Florist & Nursery Pte Ltd
388-F, Clementi Road,
Singapore 599473
Tel: 6 466 2827
Fax: 6 466 3083
Email:corona@singnet.com.sg
Website:www.corona.com.sg

Prince Landscape & construction Pte Ltd
53, Sungei Tengah Road,
Singapore 698998
Tel : 6 763 7000
Fax : 6 892 2700
www.prince.com.sg

Prince Landscape & construction Pte Ltd
Lot 210 PT3 Lorong Ah Thia/
Upper Bukit Timah Road/
next to Indian Temple,
Singapore 660000
Tel : 6 767 7000
Fax : 6892 6422
www.prince.com.sg

Thong Hup Gardens Pte Ltd
No. 2 Jurong West Street 25
Singapore 648325
Tel : 6 792 2622 / 6 794 2108
Fax: 6 794 2107

Soon Hui Trading
No. 253 Jalan Kayu
Singapore 799479
Tel : 6 481 5201
Fax : 6481 3161

August Florist & Garden
No. 30 Woodlands Avenue 1
#01-15 Singapore 739065
Tel : 6 367 2096
Fax : 6 251 3329


Chin Ling Nursery
No. 10 Bedok South Road
Singapore 469274
Tel : 6 448 8602
Fax : 6 442 5528

EverShine Florist Pte Ltd
Lot 99-54 Evans Road
Singapore 250000
Tel: 6 733 3522
Fax: 6 733 4033
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Posted 08 November 2009 - 12:46 AM

Thanks GB, for taking the time to do up this list. Very helpful indeed.

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Posted 08 November 2009 - 12:54 AM

yes indeed. thanks! eh mods can pls sticky this? :)/>
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Posted 08 November 2009 - 01:12 AM

There was a request long long ago here: http://www.greenculturesg.com/forum/index....showtopic=18085 but we are still waiting....
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Posted 08 November 2009 - 09:47 AM

View PostGreen Baron, on Nov 7 2009, 11:16 PM, said:

I have created a google map for plant nurseries in Singapore.
-> here


I am relatively new to this forum. I have found this site very informative. I have wanted to say thank you to those who have spent their time and shared what they knew but was not quite sure how to go about it. I guess this is an appropriate time for me say thank you. :flowers:/>

THANK YOU!
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Posted 08 November 2009 - 11:04 AM

Thanks gan for the map. It's fun zooming in and out to see the places relative to Singapore map!

Now I know why I haven't been to a lot of the nurseries. haven't been in those parts of Singapore yet! :lol:/>
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Posted 08 November 2009 - 01:47 PM

My pleasure !

I needed a place to store all the nursery addresses and I thinkis the Google Map the exact application for this purpose.

Only problem with Google Map is the map is not very updated and not as detailed as streetdirectory.com

If I missed out any nurseries, please post a reply with the address, preferable the postal code and I will add it into the map.

This post has been edited by Green Baron: 04 January 2010 - 11:03 PM

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Posted 12 November 2009 - 09:55 PM

This is cool! Good job GB.

Maybe members from other countries can also contribute a list of nurseries outside Singapore eg. Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam etc.... so that we can incorporate nursery visits in our holiday travel plans??
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Posted 22 February 2010 - 09:42 AM

Hi all, it has been a very long time since I have been active in this forum. It is truly a great forum.
Its been wonderful to find this forum still active and really appreciate the help it lends to gardening enthusiasts and newbies. :-)

Does anyone know which nurseries carry a good selection of herbs?
Thanks.
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Posted 22 February 2010 - 11:55 AM

View Postcool_rrk, on 22 February 2010 - 09:42 AM, said:

Hi all, it has been a very long time since I have been active in this forum. It is truly a great forum.
Its been wonderful to find this forum still active and really appreciate the help it lends to gardening enthusiasts and newbies. :-)

Does anyone know which nurseries carry a good selection of herbs?
Thanks.


i think currently all nurseries are in the CNY mode so herbs are very much neglected. maybe in mid-march we should be able to tell more precisely when nurseries start bringing in stuff and stocking up from overseas after CNY.

but the Holland bayleaf at Candy (thomson) or World Farm are growing well - just saw lots of new shoots in all the pots but expensive. the trailing rosemary at Candy is still available but thyme, dill, mint even normal rosemary are virtually in poor growth state or even non-existent these 2 weeks.

hope this helps.

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Posted 22 February 2010 - 02:58 PM

Thanks- I will try World Farm and Oh Chin Huat and post the feedback.
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Posted 07 December 2010 - 09:23 PM

THANK YOU! :notworthy:/>

Most helpful for a newbie who hasn't been to any!
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Posted 12 August 2011 - 06:55 PM

Hi wondering why don't you germinate these herbs from seeds? It seems more fun starting from scratch no?
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Posted 13 September 2011 - 01:44 PM

If I may add some.

For those who are into Orchids, these three nurseries specialised in Orchids -

Moi Hwa Nursery
No.61 Sungei Tengah Road Singapore 690000
( Opposite FARMART).
For enquiries please call
Mr Law Moi Hwa
H/P : (65) 91099876

Woon Leng Nursery
70 Jalan Lekar, Singapore 698949
Tel: (65) 67602064

Song Orchids,
Plot ST. 66, 50 Chua Chu Kang Track 14.
Singapore 698940
For enquiries please call
Mr. Phua Gik Song
H/P: (65) 96653358
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Posted 29 November 2011 - 01:45 PM

We have been gardening for 26 years and are becoming increasingly frustrated at places we have used for years turning into generic garden centres. The all tend to have the same expensive plants and concentrate on gifts. We don't mind paying if plants are good quality and unusual as we understand people have to make a living. We have had to resort to ordering on line from specialist places but wondered if any of you knew of a traditional plant nursery within about 45 minutes travelling distance by car from southern Sheffield.


We have just looked up High Riggs and plants of special interest at Braithwwell but would like other suggestions please. I have looked up various lits of garden centres in the surrounding areas but can't tell if they are traditional or if they are the run of the mill garden centre.
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Posted 30 November 2011 - 02:23 PM

We have been gardening for 26 years and are becoming increasingly frustrated at places we have used for years turning into generic garden centres. The all tend to have the same expensive plants and concentrate on gifts. We don't mind paying if plants are good quality and unusual as we understand people have to make a living. We have had to resort to ordering on line from specialist places but wondered if any of you knew of a traditional plant nursery within about 45 minutes travelling distance by car from southern Sheffield.


We have just looked up High Riggs and plants of special interest at Braithwwell but would like other suggestions please. I have looked up various lits of garden centres in the surrounding areas but can't tell if they are traditional or if they are the run of the mill garden centre.
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Posted 01 December 2011 - 02:52 AM

I go to JB once in a while. Anyone know of nurseries there?
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Posted 14 February 2012 - 09:21 PM

View Postwetfingers, on 01 December 2011 - 02:52 AM, said:

I go to JB once in a while. Anyone know of nurseries there?


you can buy from m'sia but i am not sure if the singapore custom can let you pass.
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Posted 01 July 2012 - 02:56 AM

Thanks! Really useful for newbies like me!

How abt the following nurseries? Gathered from the forum that these are the highest recommended ones?
1. Ban Lee Huat
2. World Farm
3. Oh Chin Huat
4. Known You
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    Succulents and Cacti

    Roses

    Jasmines and flowers

    Herbs

Posted 12 February 2013 - 10:51 PM

Great topic :notworthy:/>
Please consider maintaining and compiling the suggested updates.
Thanks for your effort. ;)/>
Cheers :drunk:/>
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