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Bamboos Wholesale

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Bamboos Wholsale Bamboo Plants Bamboos Wholesale

Ph: 07 5485 3510

Bamboos Wholesale provide Bamboo Plants, Clumping Bamboo and Non-Invasive Bamboos for screening and privacy for landscapers and commercial growers in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and export customers.
Buying Bamboo Plants.

The best place to start looking for your new Bamboo plants is an online search where you will find lots of growers and information. Just visit your favourite search engine (we prefer to use Google) and type in exactly what you want to search for in the search box e.g. “buy screening Bamboo plants”.

The Google results page will return a list of bamboo websites for you to review. We have noted that people who conduct their own research first on various Bamboo websites are less inclined to haggle over prices when making enquiries at our wholesale nursery as they have been able to make their own price comparisons and are satisfied that we offer great value for our bamboo plants.

The next thing to do is find and review any comments others have made about various growers, plants and customer service. Unfortunately, some people have had negative experiences when buying Bamboo plants online, so it is a good idea to look for positive references and to see how long the business has been operating to ensure you are dealing with a reputable bamboo supplier.

Once you are happy that you have found a reputable grower or bamboo nursery, you can request a quote for the plants you are interested in. In lodging your quote request, you will be required to identify the species, pot size, e.g. 200mm pots and preferred delivery address to facilitate the correct pricing with freight for delivery to your address. Reputable Bamboo wholesalers will have delivery arrangements in place to ensure that trucks make deliveries up to three times a week and therefore you would be able to expect that your plants would be delivered within a few days of making your order. To give an example, Bamboos Wholesale Nursery is usually able to deliver bamboo plants overnight to Brisbane at reasonable freight cost. Freight costs can be further reduced if you are able to collect the bamboo plants from the transport depot.

To give buyers an example of freight costs, a single pallet of 200mm bamboo plants pots containing about 75 plants is around $80 collected at the transport depot compared to around $130 if delivered to your site address. This price estimate is from the Bamboos Wholesale nursery to Brisbane. Freight charges for delivery of bamboo plants to interstate capitals of Sydney and Melbourne and overseas export will be more expensive due the greater distances travelled.

You will find that when dealing with a wholesale bamboo nursery, minimum quantity orders will apply as freight is simply not viable for a small number of plants.

Experienced transport companies are used by Wholesale Bamboo nurseries and growers to ensure plants are delivered in good condition. The wholesale nursery will treat plants with wetting agents and thoroughly watered prior to transport to make sure the bamboo plants are delivered in a healthy condition.



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