Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Some Plants from Sg. Buloh

I have not visited the nurseries in Sg. Buloh for more than a year, until about 2 months ago. That trip to Sg Buloh was not a planned trip at all! I went over to my sister's house visiting and one of my sisters suggested   a visit to Sg. Buloh nurseries, I of course, agreed immediately! My kind BIL drove us there. We did not intend to buy many plants, but by the time we drove back to my sister's house, the car was full of plants! :)

These are the plants that I got from Sg. Buloh nurseries


 Calamansi Lime

 Kaffir Lime

 Sweet Basil (Organic)

Lavandula, botanic name for Lavender (Organic)

There are a few more plants that I would love to bring home, but the car was already full, my sisters bought some plants too, and anyway this was not a planned trip. So I was happy with my plants that I've added to my otherwise at the moment "misery" garden.

I have received many emails enquiring about the nurseries in Sg. Buloh which I purchased all my herb plants from. It has been more than a year since my last visit, and this time, I managed to get the details of the nurseries that I went to.

I bought the Lemon tree from TSB Nursery, did not have much time to look round this nursery as I was specifically looking for a Lemon Tree. Three of us bought each one home, we are three happy sisters that day! Details of nursery as follows :
TSB Nursery
J.K.R.R. 471, Central Section
Lorong Raja (1), 47000 Sungai Buloh, Selangor
PTC : Tan Siew Bee
Tel No : 012-3138087 

I bought the rest of the plants from this nursery, Delima Tani (M) Sdn Bhd, funny thing is their name card states their address for their main nursery in Jalan Subang, they do not have the name card with the Sg. Buloh address. The branch in Sg. Buloh which I went to, has many other herb plants, like Thai Basil, Vietnam Basil, Rosemary, Thymes, Sage, Dill and many more. Stephanie of My Green Finder has done a post on their main nursery centre in Jalan Subang, click here and here to read more about their nurseries from Stephanie. To get to their nursery in Sg. Buloh, please contact them, details as follows :
Delima Tani (M) Sdn Bhd
Lot 49 & 50, Jalan Subang
Sg. Buloh, 47000 Selangor
PTC : Albert Goh Seng Kok
Tel No : 012-2034211

Both nurseries are along the same road, TSB comes first, and Delima Tani is a little distance away. Good luck in your search for herb plants, I hope you find what you are looking for!

Happy Gardening!


  1. I did not know that it is possible to cultivate the lemon tree in our country.

  2. How wonderful it is to see all those plants. In my place, there is not much unique ornamental plants sold. Only those common one like bougainvillea, bunga raya, bunga tonkeng and durian. I see all those plants are in pots. Do you repoting after bought it from the nurseries?

  3. A lot of lime / lemon plant collection!
    I will be very happy to buy plants too!
    Thanks for the address!

  4. Oooh, i recognize the calamansi plant. my mum has about 10+ of them. It has many uses. I rub the juice of the crushed calamansi to my daughters insect bites and I also make calamansi juice with it... refreshing!

  5. Great addition to your garden. You can cultivate the lavender and sweet basil from stem cuttings.

  6. Such lovely plants for your garden Joyce. You did GREAT for an unplanned trip. I always bring such a long list with me to the garden centers and it seems like I spend more time seeking the plants on the list than enjoying the nursery. I bet you had fun buying these. I think my favorite has to be the "citrusy" ones. I don't think we can grow them outside all year long over here.

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    P.S. The Robin eggs hatched!!!

  7. hahah..what a fun trip!! lemon dah kuning tak???

  8. Wah banyak koleksi limau. You suka makanan asam ya?

  9. Thanks for mentioning my blog here! But really, I am so glad you found the plants that you wanted. Each time I go Sungai Buloh, my wallet will be missing many dollars hehe... You picked some nice plants there! Happy growing them. Btw, I enjoy checking out your yummy cakes and dishes every now and then. Thanks for sharing :-D

  10. That basil plant looks very 'handsome'...

  11. Btw, Kitchen Flavours, I have included you for the Versatile Blogger award. Check out my latest post when you have the time. Thanks and happy gardening!

  12. You bought citrus plants and herbs, i.e. more of these than ornamentals. This is the sign of a great cook. I like to go there too and each time with an empty mind and new ideas will come when I see the new varieties of plants there.