Bigga Trees, Pickering Brook

Bigga Trees

Bigga Trees garden centre is found in Pickering Brook and you guessed it – specialises in big trees!

The Perth Hills nursery is very well set out. There’s quality trees and plants, garden supplies, pots and a small giftware section. The flowering wisteria is just stunning!

Bigga Trees are experts in growing frangipanis, ornamental and fruit trees. If you’re a lover of the tropical frangipani there are hundreds for sale including many rare and unusual varieties, of all sizes.

Bigga Trees

The family run garden centre, has plenty of friendly staff on hand to help. The garden centre also stocks a selection of deciduous, evergreen, flowering and trees native to Australian and WA.

Bigga Trees

Want to try your hand at growing a fruit trees? Here you can pick from many types of citrus and stone fruit trees including apple, pear, avocado, mango, cherry, pomegranate, fig, mulberry, olive, almond, quince, persimmon, blueberry and even chestnut.

Bigga Trees

Plus you can purchase beautiful flowering hibiscus, gardenias, camellias, and magnolias. And there are succulents, indoor plants and some potted colour too.

Bigga Trees

You’ll also find a range of seeds and bulbs,  garden pots, tools, fertilisers, insecticides, potting mix and more are also in stock.​

Bigga Trees

Free tea and coffee is also available for customers.

Bigga Trees

You can find the garden centre in Pickering Brook – close to Core Cider House, La Fattoria and Bean 2 Brook. At Bigga Trees, garden lovers are sure to find something to take home in the wide and varied range that’s on offer, particularly if you are on the lookout for a more mature tree.

Bigga Trees Garden Centre – The Details

Address: 16 Isaacs Road, Pickering Brook

Get more info on their website.

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About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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