With seed banks in various locations across Australia and the owner of one of Australia’s largest and most established seed merchants, Nindethana, we are in a unique position to be able to provide a diverse range of high quality native seed for a wide variety of restoration projects.
Our native seed banks provide supplies and advice to hundreds of commercial clients, community groups and environmental restoration projects.
For over 50 years, Nindethana has been supplying high quality native seed to clients across Australia and overseas. As one of Australia’s largest and most established seed merchants, we have a diverse range of customers from the home gardener to the multi-national company. The majority of our seed is used for environmental restoration projects, where biodiversity and quality is paramount. Nindethana delivers a range of seed related services which can be customised to accommodate individual customer requirements.
Visit www.nindethana.net.au for more information.
The Native Seed Centre for Restoration is a seed production area and professional storage facility in Western Sydney producing a large diversity of native species for our restoration work and clients. Our highly experienced and knowledgeable staff are able to provide you with a full range of seed services tailored to your project needs. All of our seed management activities are conducted within the framework of the Florabank Guidelines – the widely accepted benchmark for native seed management in Australia.
Contact Paden Wilson for more information.
The Florabank Guidelines are the best practice guidelines for native seed collection and use in Australia – essential reading for anyone that works with native seed in any capacity from research to restoration, planting to policy and everything in between. This includes bush regeneration, tree planting, mine rehabilitation and landcare.
Originally published in 1999/2000, the guidelines have been revised as of 2021 to include a further 20 years of knowledge based on practical experience, expertise and research.
The Florabank Consortium includes the Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Australian National Botanic Gardens, CSIRO and Greening Australia.