11 Of My Fave Aussie Online Plant Stores

11 Of My Fave Aussie Online Plant Stores

Mar 30 , 2020

Update: For a full list of 75 online Aussie plant stores (as of today, 19th August 2020), visit this link.


Here's a list of a few Aussie online plant stores so you can shop up a storm from the safety of your own home.

I've noted a few factors, including

    • What they sell
    • Where they ship to
    • Their location
    • The delivery cost
    • Whether they offer Afterpay
    • If pick-up is available


For a full list of Aussie plant stores, visit this link which lists over 75 wonderful online plant stores across the country.


A quick note on quarantine laws

Australia has a number of bio security laws that impact the importation of plants into and within Australia. They are complicated and really tricky to summarise - and I am not an expert nor claim to be on this! Often plant sites refer to states as being “quarantine“ or “non-quarantine states” - these are colloquial terms that have come into common usage. The "non-quarantine" states are NSW, QLD, VIC, ACT & SA. The "quarantine states" are WA, TAS & NT, and for plants to be imported into those states special permits and/or treatments are required which can carry an additional cost per order.  To understand more about these laws refer to the relevant state bio security laws.

The below information was correct at the time of publishing. Please ensure you check the relevant site for up to date information.


Green Beanz


Specialists in indoor plants, these guys offer a range of plants suitable for newbies to experts alike

What they sell: Plants, pots & plant accessories

Location: Erskineville, Sydney

Delivery: $14.95 flat rate for delivery in Sydney or $14.95 shipping to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT)

Pick-up: Yes, from their Erskineville store (currently closed)

Afterpay: Yes


Verdant Dwellings


Experts at packing, they ship each plant in a pot so it’s ready to go as soon as it arrives

What they sell: Plants, plant accessories and plant care products

Location: Dromana, Sydney

Delivery: Shipping to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT), plus Tasmania for an additional fee. Pricing varies, refer to price on checkout

Pick-up: Yes, from their Dromana warehouse (currently closed to the public)

Afterpay: No


Mae Thorani


Lovers of rare and unusual plants, they also prioritise sustainability, using fully compostable bags in their packaging

What they sell: Plants, tools and accessories

Location: Sydney

Delivery: $15 flat rate shipping. Shipping to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT). Can post to WA for approx $5 extra per plant and purchaser must organise a permit. Shipping available to Tasmania & NT via a third party

Pick-up: No

Afterpay: No


Plants in a Box


Known for their massive range of indoor and outdoor beauties, these guys sell plants in packs so you can get started fast – check out their pet friendly or low light packages

What they sell: Plants, pots, potting mix and accessories including the Sustee water checker

Location: Currumbin Valley, QLD

Delivery: Free shipping to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT) and working on adding the others

Pick-up: No

Afterpay: Yes


Homegrown Houseplants


Their range is huge and you can even shop by genus. You can easily spend hours browsing all their beauties

What they sell: Plants

Location: Lilydale

Delivery: $15 standard rate to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT)

Pick-up: Yes, bookings required

Afterpay: Yes


Australian Plants Online


Specialists in low cost tube stock plants with no minimum purchase, with many plants grown in their own nursery

What they sell: Plants, seeds & bulbs, and plant accessories

Location: Woombye, QLD

Delivery: Shipping starts at $15.40, refer to price at checkout. They ship to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT) plus WA

Pick-up: Yes, by appointment

Afterpay: No




They stock a great range of popular indoor plants, and even make keyrings for those who want to show off their plant love wherever they go!

What they sell: Plants and keyrings

Location: Burwood, VIC

Delivery: Refer to price at checkout. They ship to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT).

Pick-up: Yes, by appointment

Afterpay: Yes


Home of Houseplants


The first online indoor plant supplier to ship to WA, NT & TAS. They have accreditation to ship all quarantine states, and their plant concierge services are even used by other plant sites

What they sell: Plants and plant concierge services

Location: Adelaide, SA

Delivery: Shipping is calculated at checkout. They ship Australia wide! There is an additional $10 charge for TAS & NT orders, and $20 for WA orders to cover the accreditation and treatments required for plants to be shipped to these quarantine states.

Pick-up: No

Afterpay: Yes, as well as Zip


Crazy Plant People


They offer a deal of the week, weekly prizes and a loyalty program! Not to mention, an impressive range of gorgeous indoor beauties

What they sell: Plants and accessories

Location: Maitland, NSW

Delivery: $15 flat rate to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT)

Pick-up: No

Afterpay: Yes


More Plants


In addition to their beautiful range of popular houseplants, they also offer a Plant of the Week subscription so you can get a new plant every week!

What they sell: Plants, pots and accessories

Location: Rosebery, Sydney

Delivery: $12.95 for Sydney Metro, $18.95 to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT), and can ship to the quarantine states if a third party service is organised

Pick-up: Yes

Afterpay: Yes


Houseplant Hoarders


With an outstanding range of rare plants, pots, decor, plant care accessories and more, this is a one-stop-shop all plant lovers!

What they sell: Plants, pots, artwork and accessories

Location: Northlakes, QLDy

Delivery: $15 capped shipping to the non-quarantine states (NSW, VIC, QLD, SA & ACT)

Pick-up: No

Afterpay: No

For a full list of Aussie plant stores, visit this link


  • 30 Mar 2020 Robyn

    Thank you! I’m already putting together my wish list ; )

  • 30 Mar 2020 Allie

    This was really helpful!

  • 30 Mar 2020 Michael

    other factors that could be added to this,
    -how they post their products.
    -do they grow their plants or source them. If so at what percentage?
    -environmental impact, eco friendly.
    -products value eg. Are they expensive?
    Because its all good having capped postage if you charge a million dollars a plant. Lol

  • 30 Mar 2020 Houseplant Hoarders

    Don’t forget us at Houseplant Hoarders!
    We’ve been trading since early 2018 and specialise in rare and hard to find homegrown plants!

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