COVID UPDATE 19 JULY 2021
As we are in metropolitan Sydney we are experiencing new lockdown regulations. We are still open, under strict restrictions. No browsing or selecting your own plants is allowed. Please phone or email your orders through and we will have your orders out ready for pick up. Only one person from each family is allowed to collect from the nursery.
Every visitor, customer, truck driver, courier etc. must sign in using our QR code and wear a face mask at all times while on site.
Our online shop is operational, so feel free to browse online for smaller plants and have your plants posted direct to you.
If you're after a number of plants and are in Sydney Metro we can get them delivered via a courier.
For our wholesale customers, we are still operating and transport companies are still picking up and delivering as normal. Please phone or email your orders through.
Everyone please stay safe and stay at home whenever possible.
The Engall’s Way
Engall’s Nursery is a family business, now spanning four generations. We take pride in the Engall’s name and stand behind the knowledge that has been passed down through the years. We continue to build our skill and share our enthusiasm for all things citrus. With us, it’s personal.
The Engall’s name is synonymous with quality citrus. All our citrus trees are grafted onto rootstock to improve performance, producing trees that are more disease resistant and will grow in a broad range of soils and climatic conditions. We put a lot of effort into producing plants that will thrive at your place.
Growing quality citrus never gets old, but it’s a time-consuming process. It takes 3 years to produce a tree ready for sale. At any one time we have 3 - 4 crops underway, that’s 100,000 trees in production. We work hard to ensure a continuous supply of fresh citrus trees for you to enjoy.
Engall’s Nursery was started in 1946 by William Engall after returning from the war.
Originally called ‘Weona Nursery’, the business started in the backyard in Carlingford Road Epping. Plants were grown on various rental properties in the district and sold through the Carlingford Road site. In those days the plants were grown in the ground.Our Story