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S. K. Agrobase Nursery & Landscape

I was glad to have stopped by S. K. Agrobase. Although the workers were busy doing their work when I stepped into the place, they were quick to attend to my needs, which made me felt welcomed :-)

S. K. Agrobase has been in this business for more than 20 years here at Kampung Melayu Sungai Buloh. The nursery opens daily from 8.00am to 5.00pm, and closes for a week to celebrate Hari Raya every year. The nursery has plenty of captivating plants - trees and shrubs that are very suitable to be planted out in the open and for landscaping purpose.

Plant Variety Rating: 4.25 | There are lots of flowering and non-flowering shrubs and water plants.

When I was there I noticed many pretty blooms like allamanda, lotus, blackberry lily, heliconia, passiflora, sandpaper vine, powder puff and firecracker plants.

There were lots of gorgeous greens and palms as well.

If you are looking for bamboos and big palms, you will be able to find many here...

Plant Condition Rating: 4.25 | Most of the plants are in good condition.

Layout Rating: 4.50 | It's a wonderful to walk around this very spacious nursery. Firstly, the owner has a very beautiful house in the compound with a garden full of wonderful vines like bougainilleas and chalice vines.

Secondly, all plants are arranged in a very orderly manner and it is just so easy to spot the plant you are looking for. And lastly, there is big pathway to walk around... just like strolling in a park!

Garden Products Rating: 4.00 | The black pots and water fountains they have in stock are quite unique and have traditional jars appeal.

The nursery is not difficult to find. To view the map, click here.

Update @ Oct 31, 2018: This nursery has closed down

S. K. Agrobase Nursery & Landscape
Lot 113 Kampung Melayu Sungai Buloh
47000 Sg Buloh
Tel: 603-6156 2937
Fax: 603-6140 2672
Mobile: 6019-288 5905 (Ujie)
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Malay-Kadazan girl said...

A good place to visit on the way back home:)

antigonum cajan said...

Your humble servant recently complaint about the Euphorbias pulcherrimas designed to pass away by January six.

Your declaration was around your little space and the advantage of having small plants for apartment dwellers.

This humble Caribbean and intercontinental blogger wonders:

Why does every Christmas Pulcherrima has to pass away sixty days later? I feel that I you do not want it anymore
you could throw it away as Puertoricans do with their companion anaimals in paper bags in the five lane freeway...

Stephanie said...

Malay-Kadazan girl, yes it is definitely a good nursery to visit.

antigonum cajan, that's a thought to ponder upon.

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Anonymous said...

this nursery have closed sometime.

Stephanie said...

Noted and thank you for informing!

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