Where to find plants – Wholesale

(Nurseries, Developers, Councils and Landscapers)

The aloe-aloe collection is marketed in Australia by Aloe-Aloe Horticulture and the varieties are available from many wholesale outlets across the country, from Aloe-Aloe Horticulture directly or from other production growers in the Northern Territory, Western Australia or Victoria.

1) Wholesale Resellers

Plants in the collection are available from the following wholesale stockists:



Alpine Nurseries



Nursery Traders



Fairview Plant Wholesalers

  • 4 Coglin Rd Elizabeth South SA 5112
  • Phone 08-82871055



Plantmark Langwarrin

Plantmark Tomastown

Din San Nursery & Trade Market

  • 370-418 Old Dandenong Road, Dingley Village
  • Phone 03-95405222
  • Web www.dinsan.com.au



Benara Trademart Forrestdale

Benara Trademart Carabooda

2) Direct orders from Aloe-Aloe Horticulture

Where orders are made directly from Aloe-Aloe Horticulture the following procedures will apply:

  1. Email us a
     or Mail  order to
    PO Box 2239,Toowong, Q 4066
    or Phone order to
    07-33712986 or 0419 476408
  2. Aloe -Aloe Horticulture will confirm acceptance of the order, contact you to discuss your freight arrangements and indicate an estimated delivery date
  3. Make Payment (unless an application for credit has been already approved) by one of the following:
    Direct deposit to our bank account
    Aloe-Aloe Horticulture Pty Ltd
    as Trustee for Dent Family Trust
    BSB 064 129
    Account number 1028 6221
    Please  email a copy of your banking deposit slip
  4. Aloe-Aloe Horticulture will notify you of the day the goods left our premises

3) Other Licenced Growers

Large commercial orders are able to be made directly from Aloe-Aloe Horticulture but there are also several production nurseries licenced for growing and sale in specific geographical regions. Contact us on 07-33712986 or info@aloe-aloe.com.au and we will direct you to the most appropriate grower as we monitor what stock and sizing is available at each nursery and are able to facilitate the sale of all varieties to all states even if a specific variety not grown by a wholesale grower in that state.

4 ) Export from Australia

An Artificial Propagation program in the name of Aloe-Aloe Horticulture has been approved under regulation 9A.18 of the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 allowing for the export of these aloes from Australia. This would include small plants and large (ex ground) advanced specimins for commercial landscape purposes

5 ) International Licencing

International plant marketing companies and nurseries interested in acquiring tissue culture material for growing-on under licence should direct their enquiries to Mike@aloe-aloe.com.au or to Leo@sunbirdaloes.co.za

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