13 Plant Nurseries In Singapore For All Your Gardening Needs Sorted By Location

Plant nurseries in Singapore

Plant nurseries in Singapore
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World Farm, Chin Ling Nursery

Plant nurseries are the best places for you to get all the gardening tools and plants you’ll need under one roof. The workers in the nurseries also have the best plant-growing secrets up their sleeves so there’s no better place to get tips from an expert.

If you’re not sure what plants to grow or things your plant friends will need to grow big and strong, read our first-timer’s guide to starting your own garden. Once you have your shopping list, check the items off at any of these 13 plant nurseries across the island. 

Check out our other plant reads too:

–  North –

1. World Farm (Hua Hng Trading)

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Prices are cheaper here than most nurseries and they’re readily stocked with usual suspects – succulents and cacti (from $3), herbs (from $5.35) and flowering plants (from $9), though it might be harder to find rare varieties. 

Address: 15 Bah Soon Pah Road, Singapore 769962
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 9AM-6PM | Sun 9AM-1PM
Telephone: 6257 3259

2. Chye Heng Orchid Garden

Image credit: Chye Heng Orchid Garden

This nursery specialises in Phalaenopsis Orchids which originate from Taiwan and have an assortment of flowers as well. They also have a small store near Bedok 85 Market and in Tampines Central for those in the East.

Address: 22 Bah Soon Pah Road, Singapore 769967
Opening hours: 9AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: 6449 0585

– North-east –

3. Sing See Soon Floral & Landscape

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They often hold flash deals like 1-for-1 pots and plants so keep an eye out on their FB page for more details. If Punggol is too out of the way for you, there’s another outlet at Simei.

Address: 32 Punggol East, #01-01, Singapore 828824
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 8.30AM-6.30PM | Sun 9AM-6.30PM
Telephone: 6285 2777

4. Far East Flora

Grow a variety of herbs to use in your cooking
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Probably the first nursery that comes to mind for a lot of Singaporeans, with garden centres across the island – their flagship outlet at Thomson is the largest one.

Address: 555 Thomson Road, Singapore 298140
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 8AM-9PM | Sun 8AM-7PM
Telephone: 6254 6662

5. Candy Floriculture

Image credit: @candy_floriculture

They have a variety of floral arrangements, bouquets and plants to choose from. Those interested in terrarium-making will be glad to know they conduct workshops for $35!

Address: 567 Thomson Road, Singapore 298183
Opening hours: 8AM-7.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6256 6788

– East –

6. Spa Flora

A blooming airplant
Image credit: Spa Flora

This garden centre in Bedok North has another outlet along the same stretch as Far East Flora in Thomson and sells everything from tiny succulents to giant airplants at affordable prices.

Address: 8 Bedok South Road, Singapore 469273
Opening hours: 8AM-7.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6241 6622

7. Bedok Garden & Landscape Pte Ltd

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For exotic Japanese plants and flowers, this nursery has frequent imports – check their FB page for launch announcements.

Address: 4A Bedok South Road, Singapore 469279
Opening hours: 9AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6246 0511

8. Chin Ling Nursery

Image credit: Chin Ling Nursery

Not only do they sell a bunch of indoor and outdoor plants, they have loads of outdoor furniture to deck out your garden. 

Address: 10 Bedok South Road, Singapore 469274
Opening hours: 8AM-7.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6448 8602

– West –

9. Pick a Plant

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This plant nursery is dedicated to air plants but also sells cacti and succulents at a pretty low price – they usually go for $4 each or 3 for $10. They also have frequent mall pop-ups so check their FB page to find one near you.

Address: 50 Old Choa Chu Kang Road, Track 14, Singapore 98940
Opening hours: 9AM-4.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 8133 6803

10. Corona Florist & Nursery

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Deck out your garden in style with water features and landscaping materials such as paving stones and bricks that you can find here. 

Address: 388F Clementi Road, Singapore 599473
Opening hours: 9AM-5.45PM, Daily
Telephone: 6466 2827

Online Nurseries

11. Noah Garden Centre

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This online marketplace connects buyers to multiple sellers so you can fully customise your plants, pots and accessories. They also provide free planting services for purchased plants and matching pots for orders above $100.

Delivery: Free for orders above $100.


12. Green spade

Grow your own choy sum at home
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If you want to grow your own edible garden, this online nursery has a wide assortment of seeds for you to choose from – kale, chives, pumpkin, kang kong, and wheatgrass are just a few you can expect.

Delivery: Free for orders above $40.

13. The Garden Store

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Enjoy a range of decorative plants like monstera, birds nest fern, and succulents, to edible plants like butterfly pea, laksa leaf, and Thai basil. Their mini blog even has how-tos on how to keep your garden thriving. 

Delivery: Free for orders above $100.

Plant nurseries in Singapore

Physical nurseries are a great place for beginners to visit and learn more about gardening while online ones are convenient if you know what you need and want them delivered straight to your home.   

Clarice Chua

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