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Our story

Marj Miller proudly opened her nursery at 74 Lampard Road, Drouin on the first day of Spring in 1984. The small country nursery sat comfortably on a site of only 565 square metres under Marj’s watchful eye until the final day of winter in 1999.

Peter Collier stepped into the role of owner/operator of the nursery and injected his expertise and personality into the business. The popularity of the nursery grew, stock increased and visitors multiplied. Drouin Nursery had finally outgrown the site of its humble beginnings! The nursery relocated to its current Princes Way location in 2010, where Lena Williams joined Peter to create a stunning multi-tiered site, with an enticing garden centre and gift shop, and – of course – absolutely exquisite gardens.

In July 2021, ownership passed to another family of well-known, green-thumbed locals, the Linossiers, who rapidly expanded their team of skilled horticultural staff, including some former owners of other Gippsland nurseries, and continue to raise the bar to create the ultimate garden centre experience for every visitor.

With extensive knowledge, unrivalled passion and a friendly, professional approach, Drouin Nursery’s team proudly delivers outstanding service, personalised advice and proven solutions for all your gardening needs and challenges. We offer an extensive variety of native shrubs and trees, as well as exotic plants, and we stock a vast selection of ornamental trees, fruit trees, roses, vegetable and flower seedlings, pots, statues, garden ornaments and so much more.

Recently partnering with Blerick Tree Farm, a long-established advanced tree nursery in Neerim South, we also now stock a growing range of more than 400 mature trees, now available at Drouin Nursery.

Here's what our customers say...

"The love of gardening is a seed, once sown, that never dies."