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Where can I buy native and endemic plants?

Most local garden centres carry a few species of native and endemic trees and shrubs - just ask the staff to direct you.  The Government Plant Nursery at Tulo Valley, Spanish Point also grows a large selection of native and endemic plants. There are also several private growers. Plant vouchers for use at Tulo Valley Nursery can be obtained from the Department of Planning by residents who are landscaping a new development.

  • Tulo Valley Nursery, Department of Parks, Bermuda Government - Tulo Valley is open from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. Contact 292-2503.
  • Robin Marirea - to purchase native and endemic plants, or for advice contact  735-1932.
  • Save Open Spaces Greenhouse - a registered Bermuda Charity

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