Ramm Botanicals is a multi-award-winning plant propagation nursery located on the Central Coast, NSW. We market outstanding plant varieties all across Australia, and our young plants are grown on into large pots and baskets by quality wholesale growers located in every state and territory.

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Supporting Autism Spectrum Australia

Supporting Autism Spectrum Australia

Ramm Botanicals is proud to announce we have donated $45,078.65 to Autism Spectrum Australia, an Australian charitable organisation which helps autistic children lead relatively normal lives. Our thanks goes to everyone across Australia who has purchased Rampaging Roy Slaven, our brilliant and tough Anigozanthos that contributed to this great cause.

John Doyle(aka Rampaging Roy Slaven) is the patron of Autism Spectrum Australia and was delighted to lend his name to this plant. This variety is robust and has determination, characteristics seen by all exposed to Autism Spectrum disorders.

Ramm Botanicals hopes this contribution will make a difference.


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 QBAN Accreditation

Both the Ramm Tissue Culture lab and nursery have full QBAN accreditation. Ramm Botanicals is one of the few approved nurseries that can produce QBAN controlled tissue culture and nursery grown plug stock. We are able to supply direct tissue culture to commercial growers in Queensland, and rooted plugs/tissue culture to commercial growers and retail customers in Northern Territory, we can even send Bananas Australia wide (excluding WA and VIC). Our team have worked very hard to obtain this Accreditation, and are proud to have achieved it!

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Tissue Culture

is available to support new customers!

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Click here to find out more about our laboratory 

The Anigozanthos Project

Click here to visit the official website for the Anigozanthos Project! A web platform that brings together plant breeders from around the world who are dedicated to the development of Kangaroo Paw.

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